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  • Address:

    AMC Loews Bay Terrace 6 21101 26th Avenue
    Flushing
    Flushing
    11360

  • Cross Street:

    Corporal Kennedy St and Bell Blvd

  • Venue phone:

    888-262-4386

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    1. AMC Loews Bay Terrace 6
      • 21101 26th Avenue
        Flushing
        Flushing
        11360
      • 888-262-4386
      • 40.779063,-73.778679

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The Book of Life

In the Mexican town of San Angel, Manolo (Diego Luna), Maria (Zoë Saldana) and Joaquin (Channing Tatum) have been friends ever since childhood. Although their lives have taken different paths -- Maria was sent to Europe, Joaquin joined the military,...

St. Vincent

Rating: 3/5

Why not just call it St. Bill and get it over with? The most lovable curmudgeon in modern movies gets a valedictory lap (and, you suspect, another Oscar campaign) in Theodore Melfi’s crowd-pleasing yet dangerously sentimental wacky-neighbor dramedy....

The Best of Me

Rating: 3/5

The latest three-hanky slushfest from the pen of The Notebook author Nicholas Sparks is everything you feared and hoped it would be: as overemotional as a drunk high-school production of Romeo and Juliet, and just as weirdly, unintentionally entertai...

The Equalizer

Rating: 1/5

Denzel Washington’s hypercompetent avenging angel, a Boston widower and all-night-diner regular, likes to even the odds. If you’re an abused prostitute in need of a pimp beatdown, he’ll be there. If you’re a chubby coworker lacking the motivation to...

The Judge

Rating: 3/5

The sort of film that shouts where it could whisper and stomps where it could tiptoe—and not always disagreeably—The Judge pitches a slick prodigal son, lawyer Hank (Robert Downey Jr.), against his aging, cantankerous father, Joseph (Robert Duvall),...

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Rating: 3/5

Miguel Arteta’s adaptation of Judith Viorst’s popular 1972 children’s book is brisk and buoyant, if still slapdash—a series of well-executed vignettes that you wish added up to more. The basic premise remains intact: Twelve-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxe...

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