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Film Crew

AMC Theatres Orlando, FL +4 locations

Since moviegoing is the most popular form of out-of-home entertainment - more than 12 times the amount of attendance at baseball, basketball and… CareerBuilder

25 days ago


AMC Theatres Lake Buena Vista, FL

• Maintain and reconcile floor safes. • Pull, count and reconcile cash, cash equivalents, and coupons from individual… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Kitchen Manager – new

AMC Theatres Lake Buena Vista, FL

At AMC we currently need a Kitchen Manager. Were one of the largest entertainment companies in the world with associates passionate about guest… CareerBuilder

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    All of the hard work and effort I put into this job was not worth it.

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    Former Employee - Film Crew  in  Altamonte Springs, FL
    Former Employee - Film Crew in Altamonte Springs, FL

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    The number one and best reason for working at AMC was the free movies. It is also, like any other job, a semi-decent place to meet new people. Do not expect to gain new, real and true friends, however. I did meet my husband here, but, he was the one in a million of terrible people that visit the movie theater on a regular basis.


    You often have to deal with the "scum of the earth" that visit frequently; they have no manners, and no respect for anyone. They want to be handed out freebies and the managers will respond to them with kindness. The managers will then turn on you as if you are the one in the wrong. I often had to clean up "protein spills" (AKA vomit) with not even the slightest "thank you" or sign of appreciation from management.

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    My advice to management is for them to get off their high-horse. Just because they manage a bunch of high school and higher education students does not mean they should act as though they are better than the rest of us. They would earn more respect if they were to communicate to their employees like they are actual people (which they are). Also, everyone likes to be told they have done a good job after a hard day's work. That's not much to ask.

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