|Venue name:||Angelika Film Center||Contact:|
18 W Houston St
|Cross street:||at Mercer St|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St|
|Price:||$14, seniors and children $11|
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- Imagine if Clueless had starred a 68-year-old Susan Sarandon as an overbearing mother, and you’ll have the right idea about The Meddler, a sweet and sneakily effective portrait of a woman learning how to reengage with the world after the greatest ...Read more
- Built out of crowd-pleasing elements as durable as a lacquered, sky-high ’80s hairdo, writer-director John Carney’s coming-of-age musical is a synth-drenched joy: a tuneful, deeply personal ode to the impulse that forges a high school rock band. I...Read more
- Ralph Fiennes follows his devilishly comic performances in The Grand Budapest Hotel and Hail, Caesar! with an equally hilarious turn in this Italian set, playful and highly strung melodrama from Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love). The film is a remake of...Read more
Average User Rating
4.4 / 5
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Meh, great movie selection but the actual theater is pretty rinky dink and overpriced.Seating sucks (uncomfortable so don't bother coming here for a long movie), they're all one level so you're screwed if whoever is in front of you is taller.
Bathrooms are gross, bring some Lysol.. Or don't, if you dare.
NYC institution! One of the best movie theaters in the country. Easily the best snack bar in movie theater history. Only flaw? The MTA's added subway soundtrack which adds a certain unwanted scoring to the film every time an underground train passes the theater.
A Soho landmark for nearly 30 years, this theater is simply one of the best to go see indie-movies hard to find anywhere else. The theaters are expansive with decent legroom. The concession stands, which feature cappuchino and artisanal bottled waters ain't cheap, but not a real problem, obvs. Great place for movie-lovers with sophisticated tastes!