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The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography

R, 76 min

12:30pm4:25pm6:30pm8:15pm

Baby Driver

R, 113 min

12:45pm3:15pm9:55pm

The Big Sick

R, 120 min

1:00pm2:00pm3:30pm4:30pm7:15pm9:45pm

Dunkirk

PG-13, 107 min

1:00pm3:15pm4:30pm7:30pm9:45pm

War for the Planet of the Apes

PG-13, 142 min

1:05pm4:05pm7:00pm9:45pm

The Little Hours

R, 90 min

1:15pm5:25pm10:00pm

Spider-Man: Homecoming

PG-13, 133 min

1:20pm4:10pm7:05pm9:40pm

48 Hour Film Project: Group F

0 min

6:30pm

All'Opera: Manon Lescaut

0 min

6:55pm

The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography

R, 76 min

12:30pm4:25pm6:10pm9:45pm

Baby Driver

R, 113 min

12:45pm3:30pm9:55pm

The Big Sick

R, 120 min

1:00pm2:00pm3:30pm4:30pm7:00pm9:45pm

Dunkirk

PG-13, 107 min

1:00pm3:15pm4:30pm7:30pm9:45pm

War for the Planet of the Apes

PG-13, 142 min

1:05pm4:05pm7:00pm9:45pm

The Little Hours

R, 90 min

1:15pm5:25pm

Spider-Man: Homecoming

PG-13, 133 min

1:20pm4:10pm7:05pm9:40pm

Atomic Blonde

R, 115 min

7:00pm9:30pm

A Ghost Story

R, 90 min

7:00pm

National Theatre Live: Salome

0 min

11:00am

National Theatre Live: Salome

0 min

7:00pm

The Longest Day

G, 180 min

7:00pm
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Business Description
Screen Count: 8
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (404) 875-4970

Phone: (404) 879-0408

Phone: (404) 872-8881

Phone: (678) 495-1424

Payment method
amex, discover, visa
Location
Midtown Promenade
Neighborhoods
Northeast Atlanta, Midtown
Category
Movie Theaters

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akaamy

07/02/2011

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Overall
Horrible

We arrived for a matinee, first show of the day, and the theater employees didn't even show up for work until five minutes after the movie was supposed to start. Inside the lobby, movie posters had fallen off the walls and were just lying on the floor. I paid $4.25 for a small soda. The theater itself was very damp and reeked of mold. They ran TWENTY-FIVE MINUTES of previews and commercials before the move started, and many of the previews were not at all age-appropriate for the audience. To top it all off, there was a pile of fecal matter in the bathroom, not in the toilet. I'm not going back there.

ryansims

03/16/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Catch a Flick and Grab a Beer

Falling somewhere in between the small theatre atmosphere and technology of the 24 theatre behemoths, Midtown Art Cinema is a wonderful place for midtowners to catch a flick. First run shows are reliably present, while occasional art films or hard-to-find limited releases can also be found. The concession stand knows how to please its clientele, offering not-too-expensive beers and wine by the bottle - something that the big theaters just can't sell. While the screens aren't massive and the chairs aren't reclining, massaging, or turning into loveseats, Midtown Art still has plenty of comfort and charm, generally devoid of unpleasant movie-goers anyway.

JennaWaits

11/02/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
AWESOME Local theater

I hate looking for parking but this place is worth it. Best date in Atlanta is to hit Apre Diem and then hit a movie at Midtown Art Cinema or the reverse!

ccclymer

04/21/2007

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Still better than Atlantic Station

It is better than Atlantic Station because you dont have to pay to park, and you dont have to walk through a scene of tourist....

Plus Apres Diam is next door for food and wine. And it makes it a good night.

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