A film is the result of hundreds of people working together, from the director overseeing it all to the guy who insults the actors so they can cry realistically. Witness movie magic with this Groupon.
$15 for a Movie Outing for Two ($31 Value)
- Admission for two
- Two small popcorns
- Two small drinks with free refills
Along with upcoming screenings of hits such as Wreck-It Ralph and Argo, the theater currently features the South Korean supernatural romance A Werewolf Boy_—a Toronto International Film Festival selection that _Variety called "a cinematic mongrel that defies genre conventions." Click here for the current week's showtimes.
Alpine Cinemas in Brooklyn
Originally a Loews theater, Alpine Cinemas in Brooklyn first opened its doors to the public on June 6, 1921. It was the golden age of silent film, when movie theaters were palaces, moving pictures were a thrilling novelty, and spoken language had yet to be invented. Today, the Bay Ridge multiplex retains much of its old-timey charm, its towering façade covered with ornate architectural terra-cotta designs. Inside, visitors of all ages munch on popcorn and sip sodas as they watch indie films, summer blockbusters, and 3D epics on eight different screens.
“The place is cute, the workers very nice, It's a good Cinema, I am definitely coming back :)”
“It was different from other cinemart, but we like ..my boys enjoy there movie..quite place which I love...and if my boys are happy mommy is happy to:-)”
“i had a great time watching a good movie and enjoyed my popcorn and soda”