People tend to check in during these times:
the Third Man
Beware: small screens and I call bullshit on the fact they only take cash.
Go back in time & check out a black & white!
Easily the best revival theater in NYC. A great assortment of classics, art house, indie, and documentary. A staple of the NYC film community.
The best short run program in the city
They always play an eclectic but awesome selection of movies, but the popcorn is really barebones
A real treasure
My husband and I could watch movies all day here. The membership is definitely worth it. They have great 2-for-1 movies as well. Beware the popcorn is made with peanut oil which I'm allergic to.
Charming. Leviathan - not so much.
Cash only. Still.
A NYC institution showing amazing gems. One of the few places in town where you can still feel the creativity of old New York.
Always interesting line-up of movies - many documentaries eg today I saw national gallery.
Best place to watch old movies in the village
This theater has the best popcorn in NYC. They don't offer butter but all it needs is sea salt provided at the counter.
Best popcorn in all of New York and they serve pretty good movies as well.
Great selection of movies.
BYOB (bring your own butter)
Get here early and bring cash. The theaters are small and can fill up quickly. P.S. - The egg creams are delicious!
Get here early and avoid the long line outside!!! Just wait inside instead ;)
Since 1972, Film Forum has shown some of the rarest and highly regarded films of its time. Catch movie marathons, one-time screenings, and directors’ lectures.
Good film, though non-smoking.
Cash only, be prepared
Molasses cookie woooorth it.
The place has great international movie selections that aren't playing anywhere else in NYC.. AND they serve coffee!! The popcorn and other snacks are 100% top shelf
Great place, great films. But get there early and bring your own hot melted butter. They oddly don't offer any.
Indie theatre non-profit since 1970..."best popcorn in Manhattan"
Get there early if you want a decent seat.
They have illy espresso, lifesaver
seats arent comfy. coffee is good.
Winner of Best Place to Watch Old Movies in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!
Much more intimate feel to it than your average multiplex.
the double feature vintage movies are great on a winter's eve.
Get drink before/after at Downing St Wine Bar
Brian Oblivion of Cults calls this his favorite movie theater in the city! "One time I ended up sitting next to Christopher Guest. Laughing with him was the coolest thing ever."
Get there early for special showings even with advance ticketing lines are always long!!
watch the movie with your loved once !
Get the chocolate egg cream.
Buy ur tickets in advance. It's worth the extra $1.25
Make sure to bring cash for your movie tickets- macdonalds around the corner atm is only 99cents
Box Office is cash only, but the concession area has a $10 card minimum.
screening a documentary about a lot of people
Come for the movie, stay for the MFA cuties at the downtown screening center that V adores.
Cash only? Since when?
Amazing selection of first-rate classic movies. Ever wanted to see Raging Bull on the big screen, this is where to go! Great lectures too.