UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14



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Venue details

  • Address:

    UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14 35-30 38th St

  • Cross Street:

    at 35th Ave

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  • Transport:

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

  • Map

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

What's on at UA Kaufman Astoria Cinema 14




Rating: 3/5

Teenage rebel, 1930s Olympic runner, WWII prisoner-of-war survivor: Why has it taken so long for Hollywood to make a film about the incredible life of Louis Zamperini? Angelina Jolie's third film as a director is a gorgeously shot and hard-hitting ol...

Big Hero 6

Rating: 3/5

For the past few years, Disney has been redefining its house style on dual tracks: the conscientious princess play of Tangled and Frozen alongside the Comic-Con sensibility of movies like Wreck-It Ralph and now this one. Big Hero 6 has been adapted f...

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Rating: 1/5

Exodus, more so than any other episode of the Old Testament, is a story that exists in order to be retold. While most of the major milestones on the Jewish calendar are observed via one-way conversation with God, only on Passover do we so explicitly...


Rating: 5/5

Christopher Nolan’s overwhelming, immersive and time-bending space epic, Interstellar, makes Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity feel like a palate cleanser for the big meal to come. Where Gravity was brief, contained and left the further bounds of the universe...


A stranger's childlike curiosity and world-view challenges people's long-held notions, making friends of some and foes of others.

Penguins of Madagascar

Rating: 3/5

There’s a brilliant gag at the beginning of this spin-off from the zoological Madagascar animated franchise, one that follows the penguin characters Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private. The instantly recognizable voice of Teutonic-toned Werner Herzog...

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1

Rating: 4/5

This is the film where it’s all supposed to go horribly wrong for The Hunger Games: With the trilogy’s final book chopped into two, this second-to-last film should be more drag than drama—the cash machine that everyone knows is just a teaser for next...

Top Five

Rating: 4/5

Of course, Chris Rock loves to crack us up, but lately, a stealth dramatist has emerged: His previous self-directed film, 2007’s I Think I Love My Wife, was based on a chatty Eric Rohmer classic, and watching him play off Julie Delpy in 2 Days in New...


Rating: 3/5

The so-real-it-hurts Laura Dern is a cinematic treasure at this point: In Wild, the actor is magically effervescent as a fluky ’70s mom, splashing in puddles with her small children and bravely facing abandonment, money woes and illness. She’s the so...


Rating: 2/5

Updating the title character from the Great Depression to the Great Recession, director Will Gluck’s thoroughly modern Annie is a candied corporate fantasia that could only take place in Taylor Swift’s New York. Although the film might have been a fu...

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