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Great old style theater!!! A very welcomed blast into the past!!! It's so refreshing to see old theaters making a comeback. Don't get me wrong...I enjoy the new theaters with the reclining seats and dinner served while watching a great movie. But it's also nice...More
We really enjoyed going to the Midtown Art Cinema. The only negative was the traffic getting there from the suburbs. The pretzel stuffed with jalapeño and cheese was delicious. The seats are OK. The beverage options including wine and beer are fantastic! The salts provided...More
I really enjoy visiting the Midtown for current indie fare. They are probably the only cinema in ATL (that I know of, at least) who screen international live-action and animated features regularly. They also screen the UK's National Theatre Live events - which I adore....More
Midtown Arts Cinema might be a little less modern, but where would Atlanta be without it to feature limited release, avant garde and independent studio films?
Pricing is $5-8 dollars less than Atlantic Station per admission.
Located in a popular midtown neighborhood double decker plaza...More
It can be crowded, but on most nights, it is a great place to see a movie. They offer quite a few retrospectives, and more avant garde films for the more adventurous cinema aficionado. They also serve wine and beer, and small sized popcorn is...More
If you are looking for Multi-Cinema with lots of the bells and whistles, you will not find it here. What you will find are a good assortment of movies which include the Hollywood Blockbusters, and "Off Broadway" types of films which have won many Film...More
Visited this theater during an unexpected stop in Atlanta with my family. Nice local theater. Note if you are expecting a "national chain" theater this place may not be for you but if you are looking for a local theater like many small towns once...More