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Get cracking and see The Nut Job at AMC Sensory Friendly Films on Saturday

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AMC and The Autism Society of America are offering another year of Sensory Friendly Screenings - monthly first-run family films offered in a gentle setting that allows special needs families the opportunity to share an outing. During the movies the house lights are left up and the sound is turned down to a comfortable level. Guests are allowed to walk or pace as needed, and it;s okay to bring special dietary snacks. All movies start at 10 am local time, and the admission price is reduced for these showings.

This month's Sensory Friendly Film on January 25, 2014 is The Nut Job, featuring the voices of Will Arnett, Liam Neeson, Maya Rudolph, Brendan Fraser, Jeff Dunham and many others.

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