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  • Main Street Cinemas

    Main Street Cinemas

    72-66 Main St. New York, NY 11367
    718-263-4828

    https://www.facebook.com/MainStreetCinemasNY A bus ride from the F train in Kew Gardens, Main Street Cinema shows first-run features in the heart of Queens. While the equipment’s not top-notch, the prices are low--especially on Wacky Wednesdays when any film is $5. Plus? They have very good popcorn (but don’t try sneaking in your own snacks: your bag will be searched). More >>

  • Malverne Cinema 4

    Malverne Cinema 4

    350 Hempstead Ave. Malverne, NY 11565
    516-599-6966

    http://www.fandango.com/malvernecinema4_aahpq/theaterpage Malverne's old-fashioned four-screen cinema shows primarily new, independent films. Although Malverne Cinema 4 is independently owned and operated, it will occasionally include a mainstream blockbuster among its attractions. During school breaks, the theater screens children's films upon availability. The theaters are intimate with no frills, and a small popcorn is three bucks from the concessions stand. Located on Hempstead Avenue between Exit 17 on the Southern State Parkway and the Malverne LIRR stop, the cinema's marquee juts out of a small strip mall, just next to the Malverne diner. Be sure to call the theater's hotline for exact showtimes. More >>

  • Maplewood Theaters

    Maplewood Theaters

    155 Maplewood Ave. Maplewood, NJ 07040
    973-763-3100

    https://sites.google.com/site/maplewoodtheatres/ This six-screen theater located in the shopping area near Memorial Park shows blockbusters as well as foreign and indie films. More >>

  • Mattituck Cinemas

    Mattituck Cinemas

    10095 Main Road Mattituck, NY 11952
    631-298-7469

    http://www.fandango.com/mattituck8_aabts/theaterpage At eight screens, the Mattituck Cinemas is the largest movie theater in the North Fork of Long Island, specializing in first-run films. Recessed into the crook of a small shopping center, Mattituck Plaza, this basic but colorful movie house typically does two showings a day with a late show on the weekends. Mattituck Cinemas has a single concession stand and is fully handicap accessible--call the theater's hotline for exact showtimes. More >>

  • Maverick Theater

    307 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-633-9797

  • Mayfair Triplex

    6405 Park Avenue West New York, NJ 07093
    (201)869-3333

  • Mayfair Triplex

    6405 Park Ave. West New York, NJ 07093
    201-869-3333

    http://www.tributemovies.com/cinema/New+Jersey/West+New+York/Mayfair+Triplex/158/

  • Maysles Cinema

    Maysles Cinema

    343 Lenox Ave./Malcolm X Blvd. New York, NY 10027
    212-582-6050

    http://www.mayslesinstitute.org/cinema/index.html

  • Merrick Cinemas

    Merrick Cinemas

    15 Fisher Ave. Merrick, NY 11566
    516-623-1177

    http://www.merrick-cinemas.com Across the street from the Merrick LIRR train station, Merrick Cinemas is a four screen, independent theater that shows mainstream, first-run films. Catering to the South Shore community of Merrick, the Cinemas offer several specials on weeknights: $5 admission for seniors on Mondays, $6 admission for all on Wednesday, and a $7 student special on Thursday. There's a basic concession stand, 3D options for a few extra bucks, and two large auditoriums with stadium seating. Theaters are typically available for special event screenings and birthdays. More >>

  • Millennium

    Millennium

    66 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-0090

    http://www.millenniumfilm.org This experimental film center provides low cost workspace for New York City film makers, screens independent films, hosts film-making workshops, and houses an art gallery. More >>

  • MoMA, The Celeste Bartos Theater

    4 West 54 Street New York, NY 10019

  • Montauk Movies

    Montauk Movies

    3 Edgemere St. Montauk, NY 11954
    631-668-2393

    http://www.montauk-online.com/reports.cgi?string=Entertainment/Movie+Theaters/Movie+Showtimes&key=MOVIES&doc=reports.htm If the weather is bad, check out this seasonal movie theater, which operates October through May and shows one film at a time. More >>

  • Movieland Cinema - Coram

    Movieland Cinema - Coram

    1850 Rt. 112 Coram, NY 11727
    631-696-4282

    http://www.movielandcinemas.com Movieland is an independent cinema in Coram, NY that screens mainstream features and is located in the Pine Plaza Shopping Center off NY Rt. 112 at Pine Road. Movieland features all-digital projection, leather seats, one auditorium with stadium seating, and 3D screenings (for $3 extra). General admission tickets are inexpensive, and the concession stand offers free refills on orders of large popcorn, and there's a videogame arcade to pass the extra time. Pine Plaza has a free lot with ample parking, plus Movieland is available for parties and special events and is fully handicap accessible. More >>

  • MovieWorld - Douglaston

    MovieWorld - Douglaston

    242-02 61st Ave. New York, NY 11362
    718-423-9200

    http://www.movieworlddouglaston.com This seven-screen family-owned cinema located on the lower level of the Korvettes Mall shows blockbuster hits as well as Indian films and has discounted admission on Mondays and Wednesdays. More >>

  • Museum of the Moving Image

    Museum of the Moving Image

    36-01 35th Ave. New York, NY 11106
    718-777-6888

    http://www.movingimage.us The Museum of the Moving Image hosts daily screenings of contemporary, classic, and experimental movies. It's home to a handful of exhibitions that stretch beyond conventional feature films, as well as various education programs and video art collections. Renovated and expanded in 2011, the open space in Astoria now features a clean, all-white design, and its futuristic 267-seat main theater is the Museum's centerpiece. Regular screenings are included in the price of admission. For information on specific screenings as well as special ticketed events, check the website's official calendar. Admission is free from 4 to 8 p.m. on Fridays, and active duty service members and New York City teachers with ID have free admission at all times. More >>

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