Seeing a film in theaters is much better than watching a movie at home: the screen’s bigger, the sound’s richer, and the popcorn always tastes better out of a stranger’s bucket. Munch in silence with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for an early-access Thursday ticket, medium popcorn, and drink for one person ($19.25 value)
- $19 for early-access Thursday tickets, medium popcorns, and drinks for two people ($38.50 value)
- $38 for early-access Thursday tickets, medium popcorns, and drinks for four people ($77 value)
These tickets grant moviegoers early access to big releases on Thursday night instead of Friday, when films typically open. Movies are screened on Alpine's new digital projection and sound system, with Real D 3D and rocker seats available for some shows. Click here to see a list of upcoming major releases.
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.
88% of 353 customers recommend
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“This is really a great deal considering the cost of movies. The theater is old and doesn't have all the bells and whistles that other theaters offer but I go just to...”
“This is really a great deal considering the cost of movies. The theater is old and doesn't have all the bells and whistles that other theaters offer but I go just to see a movie, so it is good enough for me. The staff is very attentive, no long waits, the screens and rooms are small but their seats are very comfortable in a lazy boy way. I go to this affordable theater without the groupon but the deal made it sweeter.”