Movies in Weehawken

Movie Outing with Popcorn and Drinks for Two or Four, or VIP Party Package at Movie World Cinemas (Up to 43% Off)

Movie World Cinemas

Douglaston Little Neck

First-run blockbusters screen as patrons enjoy popcorn at family-owned theater; party package with private screening and concessions

$38 $23

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One, Five, or Ten Movie, Popcorn, and Soda Packages for Two at Lincoln Cinemas (Up to 57% Off)

Lincoln Cinemas


Five-screen movie house shows popular flicks, including new releases and 3-D films

$16 $8

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Early-Access Movie Experience with Snacks for One, Two, or Four at Alpine Cinemas in Brooklyn (Up to 51% Off)

Alpine Cinemas

Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton

Thursday ticket grants early access to upcoming big-name, first-run movies, including The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Maleficent & Hercules

$19.25 $10

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$6 for One Movie Ticket at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Up to $12.25 Value)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Yonkers

Watch first-run blockbusters and classics free from distractions such as texting as servers bring food and drinks directly to your seat

$12.25 $6

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Movie and Popcorn for Two or Four on Weekday or Weekend at Maplewood Theatre (Up to 50% Off)

Maplewood Theater


Groups of two of four enter under an old-fashioned marquee to watch first-run movies as they nosh on popcorn

$34 $17

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Movie Outing for Two or Four with Popcorn at Hawthorne Theater (Up to 47% Off)

Hawthorne Theater


Newly renovated theater in business 85+ years shows first-run movies

$32 $17

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Hollywood Golden Age Film for Two or Four at Rosebud Theatre (50% Off)

Rosebud Theatre


Upcoming films from Hollywood's Golden Age include "The Thin Man," "Casablanca," and "Yankee Doodle Dandy"

$20 $10

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Just before a film leaves the theatre, the movie lovers at Empire's Columbia Park Cinemas throw it a fitting farewell party. Each week, on what they appropriately dub Last Chance Thursday, the cinema hosts a special for a film coming to the end of its run. Of course, there's plenty of cinema magic on display every day of the week. The cinema showcases first-run movies in all of its stadium-style theaters, and ongoing renovations mean movie goers follow the plot in comfort. For example, Empire's Columbia Park Cinemas plans on adding reclining seats in the near future.

3125 John F Kennedy Boulevard West
Union City,

Symphony Space is a multi-disciplinary performing arts organization at 2537 Broadway on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Performances take place in the 760-seat Peter Jay Sharp Theatre or the 160-seat Leonard Nimoy Thalia theater.

2537 Broadway
New York,

Based in the West Village, Film Forum is an autonomous non-profit cinema house that has the wonderful distinction of being open for more than four decades. The theater’s three screens run a variety of American independent features and foreign art films every day of the year, and curates in-house film festivals, documentary showings and retrospectives as well. These special events often bring writers, directors, filmmakers and authors to the stage for lectures and Q & A sessions, which can render the fewer than 200-seat spaces a bit cramped at times. But for the cinematically passionate, Film Forum remains a mecca of quality film screenings and rare archival showings, all run by a core group of buffs and hobbyists who truly enjoy the work they do.

209 W Houston St
New York,

Located in a former fire station, this cinema in Greenwich Village is the neighborhood’s longest running. Since 1963, Cinema Village has survived on a steady diet of art-house and indie programming, which has included documentaries, animation, cult classics, foreign films and festival screenings. Now decked out for the digital era, the three screens continue to play to audiences of up to 156 inside the tight, spartan theaters. But the lack of creature comforts matters little to the dedicated patrons who come for the shows they can’t get anywhere else in the city. And should you arrive too early to grab a seat, waiting space is always available in the small, dim downstairs lounge.

22 E 12th St
New York,

The Flying Karamazov Brothers explode with ramshackle percussion, frenetic footwork, and musically inspired jokery amidst myriad trademark juggling routines. The daffiness is dashed with danger as the kilt-sporting Brothers juggle an arsenal of hazardous objects in their signature act, "The Terror," while an element of impromptu excellence enters during "The Gamble," an act that involves the juggling of personal items procured from the obliging, applauding audience.

18 Minetta Ln
New York,

Today's Groupon side deal has the answer to your musings about what to do this Halloween (and no, it isn’t covering your boss's hybrid SUV in extra chunky peanut butter). With today's deal, $14 gets you into the monster mash of the year: the Halloween Extravaganza at BLVD, a $28 value. Get decked out in the clothes you've wanted to wear all year but would normally get you arrested, get your fake-blood-splattered friends to help your real-blood-splattered friends to the hospital, then head out for a night of music and mayhem.

1633 Broadway
New York,
New York