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Movie theaters don't get more comfortable than the recently-built Landmark Sunshine, a gorgeous Lower East Side arthouse that projects quality indie/foreign fare in a warm, cozy venue with the ultimate kicker: stadium-style seating. The Sunshine also offers weekend midnight movies and a Wednesday morning Rattle and Reel! series where babies get free admission. Hippest theater in NYC? By a mile.
Dir. Walter Hill (1979).
Rama Burshtein's Fill the Void opens on green leaves, smiling faces, lush billows of fabric that when pieced together, the sensuous images accumulating into a fuller picture, become a wedding dress, tulle and silk diffusing the glow.... More »
Some couples are weird, right? Like two people who just got off the spaceship together from Planet Them, speaking their secret language. Chris (Steve Oram) and Tina (Alice Lowe), the leads in Sightseers, make one such couple, exhibiting an... More »
Some things are charming about European films that ape Hollywood, the same way that seeing yourself reflected through a funhouse mirror can be. The sentiments aren't quite as saccharine. The obnoxious characters are a touch nastier. Some... More »
A trashy vampire flick in art-film drag, Kiss of the Damned satisfies on neither level. Drawing on a host of Euro-horror influences including but far from limited to a synth score reminiscent of Dario Argento's Goblin-performed soundtracks, Xan... More »
Until his arrest in 1986, most people believed Richard Kuklinski to be an all-American family man. In reality this suburban New Jersey "banker" made his fortune working as a hit man for the Mafia, killing over 100 people and often freezing and... More »
Landmark's Sunshine Cinema has been dependable since the beginning of its start in show business back in 1930. It has evolved from being a vaudeville house, and it's still evolving. If you think its matinees cater to only hipsters and lonely professors, think again. The place offers special screenings for babies and their moms, dads, nannies--whoever is taking care of them. You can go on the cheap, and you don't have to worry about your companions' squawls and bawls disturbing the rest... More »
Though the concession stand in LANDMARK'S SUNSHINE CINEMA's former Yiddish vaudeville house also offers cappuccinos with its popcorn, going to the movies at the Sunshine is a most Un-gelika-like experience. For starters, there are the five aboveground screening rooms, all a lot less cramped than their coal-mine counterparts eight blocks west. Some have absurdly comfortable stadium seating; all have digital sound. Then there's the matter of the uniquely courteous Sunshine staff. They may hate... More »
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