Angelika Film Center

Independent theaters


Greenwich Village

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Angelika Film Center

Angelika Film Center



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Venue details

  • Address:

    Angelika Film Center 18 W Houston St
    Greenwich Village
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at Mercer St

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  • Venue website:

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St

  • Price:

    $14, seniors and children $11

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What's on at Angelika Film Center



Dom Hemingway

Rating: 2/5

It won’t take long for most people to decide whether they can stomach the exuberance of Jude Law’s overeager turn as a hyperactive ex-con in this stylized, violent comedy about an institutionalized hard case hitting the streets after 12 years. The co...

Fading Gigolo

Rating: 4/5

Let’s get the breezy comedy stuff—on the surface of a far more interesting movie—out of the way: Woody Allen plays Murray, an impish bookstore owner facing economic end days. Improbably, he finds himself negotiating sexual encounters for desperate we...

Rob the Mob

Rating: 3/5

Ex-cons and lovers Tommy (Michael Pitt) and Rosie (Nina Arianda) tramp around the early-’90s outer boroughs running a string of stickups on Mafia social clubs, the kind of places geriatric gangsters gather to play rummy. Seeking payback on behalf of...

The Lunchbox

Lonely housewife Ila (Nimrat Kaur) decides to try adding some spice to her stale marriage by preparing a special lunch for her neglectful husband. Unfortunately, the delivery goes astray and winds up in the hands of Saajan (Irrfan Khan), an irritable...

The Railway Man

Eric Lomax (Colin Firth), a former British army officer and POW, discovers that the Japanese interpreter who tortured him is still alive. He and his new wife (Nicole Kidman) set out to confront the man who caused him so much pain.

The Unknown Known

Rating: 3/5

Errol Morris convinces slippery former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to sit for his latest documentary, a companion piece to his other political postgame interview, The Fog of War. Maybe booking Rummy wasn't so hard after all: Whereas Fog's Rober...


Rating: 3/5

Adapted from Mississippi author Larry Brown’s 1991 novel, Joe is a moody, melancholic throwback to the regional dramas that first gained David Gordon Green (George Washington) attention, though it’s not an entirely successful about-face from the ston...

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