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NEWThe 5th Wave
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NEWThe Boy
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1. Kung Fu Panda 3 $21.00M/$69.05M
2. Hail, Caesar! $11.44M
3. The Revenant $7.10M/$149.70M
4. Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens $6.89M/$905.96M
5. The Choice $6.09M
6. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies $5.20M
7. The Finest Hours $4.72M/$18.38M
8. Ride Along 2 $4.52M/$77.21M
9. The Boy $4.10M/$26.90M
10. Dirty Grandpa $4.05M/$29.39M

       

Camera 12 Downtown

201 South Second Street
San Jose, CA 95113
408-998-3300

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Our Camera 12 Cinema opened in summer 2004 in the heart of San Jose, premiering for downtown residents such diverse films as the Sundance Film Festival audience favorite Napoleon Dynamite, Around the World in 80 Days (starring Jackie Chan), Dodgeball, King Arthur, Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's The Terminal and Richard Linklater's acclaimed indie romance, Before Sunset. This state-of-the-art complex at 201 South Second Street features:

  • 12 state-of-the-art movie theaters, ranging from 75 to 300 seats, on three levels
  • Sony Digital Cinema 4K presentation in all auditoriums
  • Three screens with RealD 3D capability
  • New stadium seating and Dolby Digital sound
  • D-BOX Motion Effects Seating for select titles
  • On-Line advance ticketing from this website
  • Art/independent/foreign cinema and Hollywood first-run/crossover films
  • Parking validation for theater patrons in five surrounding garages and parking lots
  • On-screen advertising and arts presentation

The opening of Camera 12 coincided with the closing of our long-running Camera One and Camera 3 venues (though Camera 3 reopened in Spring of 2008 with two dedicated indie film screens). Camera 12 is a joint project of Camera Pavilion Mgt. Corporation & Camera Cinemas at the Pavilion L.P. (operators), F & H (contractor), The Henry Architects (architects), Garcia Teague & AAI (designers), Forest City Commercial (landlord), Orloff/Williams (advertising/pr), and the San Jose Redevelopment Agency (landowner)


       













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