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  • Address:

    UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14 35-30 38th St
    Astoria

  • Cross Street:

    at 35th Ave

  • Venue phone:

    718-766-2020

  • Transport:

    Subway: N, Q to 36th Ave; M, R to 36th St

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    1. UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14
      • 35-30 38th St
        Astoria
      • 718-766-2020
      • 40.75474,-73.923504

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22 Jump Street

Rating: 3/5

No one, not even its creators, was prepared for the runaway success of the 2012 reboot of '80s cop-kitsch TV series 21 Jump Street. Instead of a cheapo cash-in, here was a charming, smartly self-mocking romp fronted by the most likable and unlikely c...

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Rating: 4/5

Let’s face it, high-minded ideas are all well and good, but can they compete with a chimp on horseback firing an Uzi? Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) was as thoughtful as modern sci-fi gets, ditching the 1960s-born franchise’s gritty dystopian...

Hercules

Rating: 2/5

Strap on your sword belt, buckle your sandals, and oil up your rippling six-pack, because here comes yet another interminable, CGI-drenched mythic mishmash with far more money than brain cells. Dwayne Johnson (we’re no longer allowed to call him the...

The Purge: Anarchy

Rating: 2/5

By now, the silly premise of these action thrillers is widely known: One night a year, future America goes completely lawless, encouraging its citizens to commit crimes with impunity. The concept is hard to take seriously (costs of property damage al...

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Rating: 3/5

Michael Bay, a filmmaker whose style is better known than that of any other working artist on the planet, tried to make a real movie in 2013: the underrated Pain & Gain, a Miami crime comedy with actual performances and a nastier satirical bite than...

How to Train Your Dragon 2

Rating: 3/5

This follow-up to the 2010 animated hit flies into theaters on the back of an enormous amount of goodwill toward its teen hero, Hiccup, and his tamed winged beast, Toothless. It’s five years later now, and the story sees a more stubbly Hiccup (voiced...

Kick

A slippery thief (Salman Khan) plays an important part in the lives of a psychiatrist (Jacqueline Fernandez) and her prospective husband (Randeep Hooda), a police officer from India.

Lucy

Rating: 1/5

We begin, as in 2001, at the dawn of man—no joke—with a vaguely humanoid simian scooping water into its mouth. Where does Luc Besson’s so, so stupid (and not in a good way) sci-fi thriller go from there? Millions of years forward to modern-day Taipei...

Maleficent

Rating: 3/5

Sometimes a piece of perfect casting goes a long way: Angelina Jolie only has to cock one mildly perturbed, ruthlessly arched eyebrow to upstage all the fairy dust swirling around her in Disney’s uneven rethink of its classic villainess. She’s a terr...

Planes: Fire & Rescue

Rating: 1/5

Displaying a weird lack of memorable or endearing characters, this animated effort feels more like a direct-to-video job from the 1990s than a fully fledged John Lasseter–exec-produced theatrical release. After Frozen, it’s a huge step back for Disne...

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