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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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John Wick

Rating: 3/5

An especially cute floppy-eared beagle is killed within the opening 20 minutes of this action throwback, and for all the body blows to come, nothing hurts as much. Maybe that's as it should be: There's little that's nice about John Wick (Reeves, chan...

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Rating: 3/5

Miguel Arteta’s adaptation of Judith Viorst’s popular 1972 children’s book is brisk and buoyant, if still slapdash—a series of well-executed vignettes that you wish added up to more. The basic premise remains intact: Twelve-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxe...

Annabelle

Rating: 2/5

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...

Dracula Untold

Rating: 1/5

Game of Thrones, you’ve got a lot to answer for. With its mittel-European medieval setting, royal-hostage-taking and epic mountain landscapes, this atrocious effects-heavy actioner has far more in common with the work of George R.R. Martin than Bram...

Fury

Rating: 3/5

Brad Pitt pulls along this gutsy, old-fashioned WWII epic by the sheer force of his charisma. It’s Germany, April 1945. The battles have all been won; the war is almost over. But Hitler refuses to surrender, so the Allies make a final push, taking th...

Gone Girl

Rating: 5/5

Transformed into the kind of wickedly confident Hollywood thriller you pray to see once in a decade, Gillian Flynn's absorbing missing-wife novel emerges—via a faithful script by the author herself—as the stealthiest comedy since American Psycho. It'...

Happy New Year

Six would-be thieves enter a prestigious dance competition as a cover for their larger goal of pulling off a major heist.

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...

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