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  • Address:

    AMC Loews Kips Bay 15 570 Second Ave
    Murray Hill
    New York
    10016

  • Cross Street:

    E 31st St

  • Venue phone:

    212-447-9425

  • Transport:

    Subway: 6 to 33rd St (Park Ave South)

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    1. AMC Loews Kips Bay 15
      • 570 Second Ave
        Murray Hill
        New York
        10016
      • 212-447-9425
      • 40.742973,-73.977009

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Annie

Rating: 2/5

Updating the title character from the Great Depression to the Great Recession, director Will Gluck’s thoroughly modern Annie is a candied corporate fantasia that could only take place in Taylor Swift’s New York. Although the film might have been a fu...

Big Hero 6

Rating: 3/5

For the past few years, Disney has been redefining its house style on dual tracks: the conscientious princess play of Tangled and Frozen alongside the Comic-Con sensibility of movies like Wreck-It Ralph and now this one. Big Hero 6 has been adapted f...

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Rating: 1/5

Exodus, more so than any other episode of the Old Testament, is a story that exists in order to be retold. While most of the major milestones on the Jewish calendar are observed via one-way conversation with God, only on Passover do we so explicitly...

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Rating: 2/5

The blockbusting Night at the Museum series—of which this is the third and apparently final installment—does a big song-and-dance about peppering its CGI-heavy action sequences and kid-friendly slapstick with just a hint of something worthy and educa...

Nightcrawler

Rating: 5/5

It's no news to anyone who watches TV—especially local crime coverage—that the beat has devolved into a cesspool of gore, jittery witnesses and "hot content." What was once prophetic in movies like Network and Broadcast News is now commonplace. Write...

Penguins of Madagascar

Rating: 3/5

There’s a brilliant gag at the beginning of this spin-off from the zoological Madagascar animated franchise, one that follows the penguin characters Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private. The instantly recognizable voice of Teutonic-toned Werner Herzog...

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1

Rating: 4/5

This is the film where it’s all supposed to go horribly wrong for The Hunger Games: With the trilogy’s final book chopped into two, this second-to-last film should be more drag than drama—the cash machine that everyone knows is just a teaser for next...

The Interview

Rating: 4/5

Despite making a career of playing slight variations on the same pasty manchild, Seth Rogen (together with longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg) has consistently leveraged his broad appeal as a vehicle for laughing at the great crises of our times: ca...

The Theory of Everything

Rating: 4/5

At its best (which is often), director James Marsh’s affecting biopic of the cosmos-rattling astrophysicist Stephen Hawking plays deftly against schmaltz. Hawking, a great wit, has always seen the dark humor in his bodily predicament, the ALS-like di...

Top Five

Rating: 4/5

Of course, Chris Rock loves to crack us up, but lately, a stealth dramatist has emerged: His previous self-directed film, 2007’s I Think I Love My Wife, was based on a chatty Eric Rohmer classic, and watching him play off Julie Delpy in 2 Days in New...

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