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Join Us on February 13th For Our Nicholas Sparks Double Feature!

February 5, 2013
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Nicholas Sparks Double Feature

Two movies. One romantic day. Both based on the novels of Nicholas Sparks. It's all happening on February 13 at 730PM at AMC theatres across the country...and only at AMC!

First up at 730PM is the romantic classic, The Notebook. After that, enjoy the 10PM premiere of Sparks' latest adaptation, Safe Haven!

Tickets are just $15 and with that you get an 8x8 photo book from Shutterfly worth $29.99!

Here's Nicholas Sparks talking about this awesome event!

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