Regal Cinemas

Regal Cinemas Union Square 14

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Greenwich Village, New York
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  • laura r.
    laura ramirezNovember 23, 2015
    There's a couple of good places to eat the area is nice and there's the 4 5 6 train also the Q and R train also the N and L train are there also the strand bookstore is right next to the movie theater
  • pAx
    pAxMay 29
    theater is good. enough bathroom for everyone. I just wish there's a button to call staff whenever there are assholes ruining the momentum of screening time - like texting while watching.
  • Ailie C.
    Ailie ChangJuly 28, 2015
    Buy tickets online beforehand so you can just walk straight to your theatre. If you need to use the restroom and there is a huge line, walk up or down a floor and you'll find one in the same location.
  • Chancey F.
    Chancey FleetDecember 22, 2013
    Blind people: audio description available and they know how !use it. We used 7 devices with just a little trouble getting them going at the start of the film. Manager Diana was a star troubleshooter.
    Upvoted Jul 12
  • Will S.
    Will SchollApril 5, 2015
    Convenient city location for a wide selection of flicks. Super crowded for popular movies on opening night, get there at least an hour early. One of the theaters has a balcony (4? 6?) Use it.
  • Larry M.
    Larry MakMay 11, 2013
    If your movie is a blockbuster and is scheduled for theater 4, go straight to the second floor, all the way to the back. It will fill up later, and you'll get to enjoy the movie with better seats.
    Upvoted May 27
  • Brendan H.
    Brendan HasenstabOctober 15, 2015
    The screens are nice, bright and up-to-date, but the seats leave something to be desired, as they put you at what feels like a 45° angle. Good for a rocket launch, maybe, but not a movie, IMO.
  • Sam S.
    Sam SDecember 5, 2015
    Mixed feelings here. The stadium seating was quite nice and comfortable. And the concessions were reasonably priced for the sizes. However, there was a rat in our theater, running around... Ugh.
  • Byron W.
    Byron WilkesDecember 22, 2015
    I saw Star Wars VII and it was great! Watch out for people walking out of the theatre spoiling it by accident.. Especially little kids will just want to talk about the biggest secrets!
  • Donald G.
    Donald GDecember 1, 2014
    There's nothing terribly wrong with this chain cinema other than how overstuffed with people it usually is & the frequently sold out screenings. That's the price paid for its great location, no doubt.
  • Simone R.
    Simone RichardsAugust 26, 2012
    Great theater..Clean and convenient.. Use the self service kiosk to avoid lines... Avoid on fri and sat nights.. Weekends arrive 30 mins early for a good seat.. Concession takes forever.
  • Ryan C.
    Ryan ChavisJanuary 31, 2012
    To save some time, buy tickets online and then print your ticket out at the kiosks near the entrance. Also, the lines at the concession stand never seem to move -- so slow.
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin McKennaNovember 24, 2013
    As always with Regal ADA wheelchair seats are full of non handy mobility impaired patrons and my companion was not able to seat with me...any ADA lawyers who read this please contact me-lawsuit time
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJuly 30, 2013
    A notoriously crowded movie theater, due to its location. Try to snag a balcony seat if possible when catching the latest flick.
  • Alicia M.
    Increasingly inhospitable with search for food policy. Contentious and combative towards customers who are drinking as little as a cup of coffee. Effective deterrent to purchasing concessions however.
  • River R.
    River RoseMay 17, 2012
    A little cheaper and easier to handle than AMC Empire. If you can't brave the tourists, want to save a few bucks, and already downtown, this is a good bet.
  • Valerie S.
    Valerie SecklerDecember 27, 2012
    If you're seeing this movie in Theater 9, it's a sharp left as you enter the 2nd floor lobby/concession area. Good film, especially for '60s rock and R&B fans.
  • Dominick-Daniel B.
    Get a Regal Crown Club Card. Every $1 you spend goes towards free movies, popcorn, or soda. Come on Mondays for $2 Candy & Tuesdays for $2 Popcorn. Free to sign-up at box office. Name & Zip Code only.
  • Norman E.
    Believe the hype. The Balcony in Theater 4 really is the way to go. And I'd avoid the first row because the balcony railing will obscure your view.
  • Peter B.
    Peter BartaFebruary 15, 2012
    If you go see movies regularly, the free Regal Rewards card is a must. Earn free popcorn, soda, and even movie tickets. AMC charges for their card.
  • Crystal K.
    Crystal KickskicksAugust 30, 2010
    Always ask if the theater u going to has a balcony, when the lines are to long the balcony is always a better view and less crowd if u get there on time.
  • Victor L.
    Victor LazaroAugust 29, 2012
    Save your 3D glasses, buy a ticket for a non 3D at the same time than your 3D movie and bring your glasses, the go to your 3D movie for cheaper.
  • Zuri D.
    Zuri DFebruary 1, 2012
    Gr8 loc. and after the movies or b 4 u c site see, shop n the many shops and lots of food choices. U can get a movie card and rec all sorts of perks.
  • Rich
    RichAugust 17, 2015
    Very old school look. I'd love to see old 70s Kung Fu films there and the audience would get all turned up. Like in that movie "The Last Dragon." Everyone is so pumped watching Bruce Lee films...ya...
  • aisha b.
    aisha baiocchiJanuary 3, 2015
    The popcorn is an add your own butter place which is cool and you can enjoy discounted prices with a membership, it is a clean theatre too
  • Marcos L.
    Marcos LaraDecember 26, 2009
    When your theater has a massive line check to see if it has a balcony. Always better seats up there but don't sit in the front row or the railing will block ur view.
    Upvoted Jul 15
  • Clyde Erwin B.
    Clyde Erwin BarrettoNovember 13, 2010
    This place is always busy. Which is always fun for premieres and seeing blockbuster movies. No stadium seating here though. Sit in the balcony if you can.
  • jeannie
    jeannieJuly 5, 2013
    When ordering the hot dog sliders, make sure you open the box and check it out because they will give you dried out dogs and who wants to eat that!?.
  • Luc D.
    Luc DoanJanuary 31
    Massive theater with huge seating area. So many empty seats on a Friday night, we felt like the only ones in the theater
  • Jeana C.
    Jeana CostaMay 12, 2013
    If your theater is jammed when you arrive - look up! There are usually plenty of seats in the discreet balconies some of the theaters have.
  • Donia
    DoniaMay 22
    The kids that work concession here are the slowest ever. It doesn't help when movie goers act like ordering some snacks is some life altering decision.
  • andrew
    andrewDecember 24, 2010
    In the running for worst run theater in NYC. The managers seem to make decisions by flipping coins. Great location doesn't save it from being a place to avoid when possible. Unpleasant.
  • Dave C.
    Dave CummingsMay 15, 2015
    If you ask nicely, the concessions lady will give you a nachos dish to make it easier to share your giant-ass bucket of popcorn
  • Tony
    TonyJuly 24, 2010
    Such a horrible theatre. Shows sell out in the morning. Get your tickets the day before and arrive 45 minutes early if you want a decent seat.
  • Ruwan J.
    Ruwan JayatillekeMay 29, 2011
    This place is a waste of space. It's constantly out of food that's on their menu. What's the point of running z concession stand if everything is constantly out.
  • Steve
    SteveMarch 30, 2014
    This theater sucks. Not stadium style seating, and the screens are positioned high, so get ready for a neck cramp!
  • Lenny G.
    Lenny GalloOctober 8, 2011
    If you get a movie in auditorium 4, avoid the wait in line and go upstairs to the less-crowded balcony. No wait and way better seats.
  • Shon D.
    Shon DMay 18, 2013
    Why wait in line for self-service or the ticket window? This Regal accepts mobile ticket scanning. Buy with Fandango or other ticketing apps and go straight up the escalators.
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  • Jason T.
    Jason TrobmanAugust 8, 2009
    The balcony is upstairs and only for theater 4. Don't sit in the first row or the rail will get in your way when you lean back.
  • Theresa R.
    Theresa RoldanApril 28, 2015
    The theater will always be packed. Get there early to grab some good seats. Get seats before you get food.
  • arooz
    aroozAugust 17, 2010
    Get here more than 30 minutes early for your movie, even if its been 4 days since it opened, or you WILL NOT get a seat.
  • Scott B.
    Scott BDecember 16, 2013
    One of my favorite movie theaters because of how it's setup. Beware, the butter for the popcorn machine will probably be broken.
  • Paul T.
    Paul TepperMay 2, 2010
    Get into the theater 20-30min early to get a good seat, this is a very busy theater. I avoid going fri or sat night.
  • Ethan
    EthanMarch 7, 2015
    Just a big theater, nothing stellar to say here. They usually have most of the wide release movies playing there.
  • Dominick-Daniel B.
    One Nacho for $6.25, Two Nachos for $8; One Corn Dog Nuggets for $5, Two for $8. I always knew 2 was better than 1. :-)
  • Jacob R.
    Jacob RosenbergJanuary 11, 2015
    Okay theater, but concessions aren't as good as other locations like the E Walk. A few theaters are also very small.
  • Zach M.
    Zach MaierApril 11, 2012
    Whatever architect designed this theater should be fired. Putting the aisle down the middle of the theater? People want to sit there, dude.
  • Matt H.
    Matt HooperOctober 16, 2010
    Second level seats; floor gets a little sticky on first floor, so all I can say is stick to second level seats
  • Dominick-Daniel B.
    Try Nathans Mini Hot Dogs. 4 sliders for $5.50. Wayyy better deal than 1 Regular Nathan Hot Dog which is $4.75
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