Why kids love AMC theaters

The movie theater is often the only place kids get to see movies at this time of year.

But that’s not always the case, according to a new study.

For a quarter of the country, kids enjoy a movie at home at a movie theater, and only 10% of those theaters are actually theaters.

The research was conducted by the Entertainment Technology Association, a non-profit group that studies the effects of technology on the way people watch and interact with entertainment.

In its latest report, it said kids who go to theaters have the best time with family and friends, with 70% of adults who go have a movie.

In comparison, the average moviegoing time for kids is around 12 minutes, according the study.

For a quarter-of-a-century, there has been a lot of talk about how the technology industry is changing the way we experience entertainment, but this new study suggests that’s just not the case.

The study found that in most cases, children love watching movies and the entertainment industry is one of the biggest reasons.

“The entertainment industry provides children with a sense of belonging, community, and belonging,” said Elizabeth A. Hahn, senior director of the research group and senior research fellow at the Entertainment Technologists Association.

“We want to see a future where we are able to provide a home for our children to be entertained, to be loved, and to connect with others.”

The report also found that kids are much more interested in watching a movie when they see an older sibling or friend.

That may be because the older siblings or friends are more likely to have a younger sibling or a friend, or because older siblings and friends are often more likely than younger siblings and other friends to have kids.

The research suggests there’s a big overlap between the age groups, and younger children enjoy movies because of that.

The study also found kids tend to watch more movies with younger siblings, because they can get more creative with their movies.

“Children who watch more shows with younger relatives are also more likely in the future to have more shows in the home,” the study said.

In addition, kids may prefer to watch a movie with family or friends, because their friends are usually more experienced.

The researchers said there’s no evidence that these factors cause kids to skip the theater, but they think they can explain the low attendance rate among kids.

While children are still more likely at home than they were in the past, they are getting into movies at a higher rate.

In fact, in 2017, nearly 30% of children ages 5 to 17 watched a movie in the house, compared to about 13% of the previous year.

The report found that adults are still watching movies, but not as much as they used to.

About 40% of kids ages 5 and older had at least one movie at least once in the previous 30 days.

But only 23% of seniors watched movies that often.

That compares to 50% of younger adults.