People tend to check in during these times:
Lincoln Center is the world’s leading performing arts center.
Try to get a series pass for the best deal. Remember to check in (4square) outside since the theater doesn't have AT&T reception inside.
Great staff and great film come together for...you guessed it, a great time. Check in with the box office to see about tix to New Directors/New Films...this program is 40 years old and gets better.
One of the city's top-rated popcorns and the concession prices can't be beat!
Thanks to the awesome staff for finding my keys!
If you have time before or after the film, have dinner at Lincoln Ristorante on the Plaza right over the bridge. It's superb!
The best screen in New York! Home to countless festivals throughout the year and repertory programming. Tickets only $8 for members and patrons.
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Hard to find at the first time.
Don't try to live tweet in the theater - they scramble your reception ON PURPOSE! #bigbrotherisSCRAMBLING
Sorry to @Amanda M, but I found my batch of popcorn one of the worst in memory. And at $4/med in a 16oz cup, the prices were ounce-for-ounce dbl most theaters. But it supports the Arts, so...
my cinema paradiso!
Follow @filmlinc on twitter and check their blog for ways to get free tickets. I've gone to 4 free screenings at Lincoln center this year!
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No Verizon reception inside but they have free wifi so even better!
Great movies and seats are more comfy than Film Forum. $9 matinees bef 6pm M-F. Also, cell phones don't seem to work here, which is nice for a change, so make sure to check in before entering!
Saw screening of Salt. We were exhausted when it was over. Just what you would expect from a summer shoot-em-up
Hot ushers. My fantasies. Can't concentrate on movies cause of them...
Amazing theater, and great film fests. Right now I'm hooked on the Swedish cinema program. Bergman, Bergman, Bergman! (And Liv Ullman, HELLO)