CineMAX

For the American premium television service, see Cinemax Cinemax (Cinemax India Ltd.) is an Indian Cinema Chain with 138 screens across 39 properties in India including Nasik, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Allahabad, Indore, Bhopal, Mumbai and Kolkata. It was previously owned by the Kanakia group but later bought by Cine Hospitality Private Ltd, a subsidi...
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Cinemax

[Asia] Cinemax is the secondary channel of HBO Asia which only features action and suspense movies like its US counterpart. Cinemax Asia is headquartered in Time Warner Asia office in Singapore, hence it is subject to the same censorship as HBO Asia. ==History== ===Cinemax Asia (August 1996–March 2009)=== Cinemax Asia is the secondary cha...
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Cinemax

Cinemax (a portmanteau of `cinema` and `maximum`; sometimes abbreviated as simply `Max`) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by the Home Box Office Inc. operating subsidiary of Time Warner. Cinemax primarily broadcasts theatrically released feature films, along with original action series, softcore por...
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Cinemax

[video game developer] Cinemax is an independent Czech video game developer and publisher. The studio was founded by Lukáš Macura. The studio focuses on computer, mobile and console games. == Developed games == ...
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