IFC Center

★★★☆☆

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I was really excited when this place was first opening both for having a new place to see movies but also that the renovation of an old theater was complete. But so far I have been very uninterested in the the movies they have been showing. I feel like they put more time into their restaurant than they did in their programming.

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I was really excited when this place was first opening both for having a new place to see movies but also that the renovation of an old theater was complete. But so far I have been very uninterested in the the movies they have been showing. I feel like they put more time into their restaurant than they did in their programming.

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Amid much hullabaloo and strife about the IFC taking over the Waverly theater and supposedly freezing out union projectionists (that giant inflatable rat is visible to anyone who's been downtown lately), the IFC center is finally open. The theater itself feels a bit too glossy to be really 'independent,' and they only show about four current independent films at a time. And those 10 dollar tickets still bite. It's a decent place to see an independent film in Greenwich village, and the only place to see certain movies (at least at first) and they do midnight screenings of classic independent films to maintain their cred. It's brand new, so get there while it's still clean.

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★★★☆☆

Amid much hullabaloo and strife about the IFC taking over the Waverly theater and supposedly freezing out union projectionists (that giant inflatable rat is visible to anyone who's been downtown lately), the IFC center is finally open. The theater itself feels a bit too glossy to be really 'independent,' and they only show about four current independent films at a time. And those 10 dollar tickets still bite. It's a decent place to see an independent film in Greenwich village, and the only place to see certain movies (at least at first) and they do midnight screenings of classic independent films to maintain their cred. It's brand new, so get there while it's still clean.

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