AMC Loews Village 7
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jun 29 2010
This seven-auditorium movie theater, which Loews opened in 1991, was built in 1868 as the headquarters of the NYC Department of Public Charities and Corrections.
AMC Loews Village 7 66 Third Ave
What's on at AMC Loews Village 7
To use the parlance of journalism, Kill the Messenger buries the lede: We first spend time—not wasted, if not especially fresh—getting to know impassioned Bay Area writer Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner), a real-life crusader for the San Jose Mercury News d...
Eighteen-century Venezuelan aristocrat Simón Bolívar (Edgar Ramirez) fights to free his country and other South American territories from Spanish rule.
Horror filmmakers are terrible at putting away childish things—least of all the perfectly creepy Annabelle, a doll with burning eyes and skin the slightest hint of rotting green. She's been sprung from her glass-encased bookends in last summer's wond...
To misquote Forrest Gump’s mother, Guardians of the Galaxy is like a box of chocolates. Or rather, it’s like a vast, family-size crate of chocolates, all wrapped in the shiniest packaging and exploding with sweetness and surprises. Maybe there are a...
How much you get out of this indie rom-com about a woman discombobulated by a quarter-life crisis will depend on where you stand on Keira Knightley doing her goofy, “what, me?” normal-girl routine (last seen in Begin Again). If you’re irrationally ir...
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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...
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,...
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),...