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The Village East features an eclectic mix of programming, from commercial blockbusters to fine independent films. In addition to premiering many new independent releases, the Village East frequently continues engagements of many of the films that open at its sister theater the Ange...
Small but perfect cinema house. Keep an eye out for anime showcases.
Hyper small theaters with one, unexpectedly large one upstairs. Great indie selections. Sat next to Maggie Gylenhaal once.
Cute small theater. Very cozy, limited food selection though.
The most old fashioned cinema that I've ever tried in MYC. Sometimes u can find some small-production films here that u won't see in big cinemas.
Love this charming little old fashioned theater. Feels like a real neighborhood place - way more so than the one over on 3rd or in union square!
The popcorn is the best.
Better than I expected. Go to a show before noon and its $8.
All shows before noon are $8. Also $8 on Tuesdays for students, all day. Limited selection of films but usually have a few good ones out. I love going on weekend mornings.
People are loud here. Need to silence the kids during the movie.
Cute independent theater. Screens are not as big, but the charm (exposed brick walls and unique details) make up for it!
First showing most days is $8!
Great place to see an indie or a limited release, but skip the blockbusters here.
Movies you won't find at AMC and regal you'll probably find them here. The over priced concessions are less over priced here.
Excellent customer service. I lost my tiny little set of keys. And they found it. 😆 Yay.
Awesome theater. Free popcorn and $7 tix for students on Tuesdays.
Bastante malo y caro pero bueno así son los cines en NY
Great theater, but bring ya own snacks! Not much (actually, nothing) for a vegan.
Checking out some indie flicks. Spacious theater.
Don't sit by the railing on the first row. May seem like a good idea but the bar obstructs your view! 😵
Looks a little shady on the outside but fabulous on the inside. It's very quiet, no obnoxiousness!
Theater 5 is a freezer. Literally. Everybody talked about it before during and AFTER the movie even in the bathroom stalls!
The manager should consider quitting or killing him/herself if the company will refuse to have a higher standard for pre-movie ads. SELF PUBLISHED TRUTHER BULL NEEDS TO GTFOH!
Stupid janky freshwater bitch-ass ads in front of their films.
Ticket $14; Small Popcorn $6.50; Screen $mall as fuck. What a ripoff.
Fruitvale Station. - That Was A Sad But Powerful Movie.
Students come on Tuesdays and get $7 tickets and free popcorn!!!!!
Come on a Tuesday and pay $7 as a student- plus free popcorn :)
One of my favorite film theaters in NYC, it has the friendliest staff and always has a mix of foreign/independent with box office draws. Please support this theater!
Be sure to check out auditorium 1 for a wonderful surprise
Wow. Check out auditorium 1. It's beautiful.
#BabyBoomers 55+ can see #films here for $8 on Thursdays. #economy
Movies are 6 dollars before 12 noon
Movies before 12pm are $6
Watch a movie in theatre 1. It's incredibly beautiful and unlike any theatre I've seen before
Seats are tight. And by "tight" I mean small.
Don't bother. Expensive and crappy screens. The TV in my bathroom is bigger than their screens.
Do not go to a film in theater #3, it is hotter than hell in and it is October.
This place houses one of only a few 70mm theaters in the country.
Smallest screen I've ever seen.
If the movie's not in theater one, turn away. This place is one nice screen and 10 screens slightly larger than a big screen TV. Can't wait for this place to be torn down.
Theater #6 is where Diane Lane and Olivier Martinez got "hot and heavy" during a movie in the film Unfaithful.
The seats aren't the comfiest.
Love this place! Comfy and clean, good lineup
The right spot to indulge in 1920s glamour and amazing architecture designed by Louis Jaffe and inspired to Moorish Revival style.
like the ziegfeld, a converted theatre into a movie theatre. catch a film in the main theatre for the cool opera seating.
Med popcorn is 750 and soda is 400 for a small not sure what other tip was about
More hot sauce.
Not the most modern or comfortable theater, but they do have an amazing roster of movies that are not part of the mainstream. And it’s very clean and the prices are slightly cheaper.
$7 Tuesdays for students (or for people that were smart enough to hang on to their student IDs). Also-- see a movie in theater #1. It's one of the most beautiful movie theaters you'll sit in.