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1 Kendall Square Cambridge, MA 02139
1 Kendall SquareUSMACambridge02139
(617) 621-1202landmarktheatres.com
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People talk about boston underground film festival, independent films, selection of movies, concession stand and dolby stereo
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russ sweetser
reviewed a year ago
I hit up the Kendall when the Somerville theatre isn't showing what I want to see. I have yet to be let down. All the movies the other theatres (except the brattle) probably won't show, nice staff, good theatres, somewhat decent location. The bathrooms are on the second floor though, which I think is a little weird, but I'm not faulting them for that. Movie theatre planning is probably a Masters architecture class for all I know.
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Erik Zoltan
reviewed 8 months ago
Awesome independent movies. There's really no other place in Massachusetts like it, especially east of Northampton.
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Lesley Katzen
reviewed 2 years ago
If Brattle is the place for art house and classics, then Kendall is the place for new indie and foreign films. The seats are more comfortable than the Brattle and the concessions also have a leg up (gluten free cookies, pocky et al.). Good selection of documentary films are thrown into the mix as well.
Liked: Selection
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Caitlin McGlynn
reviewed 2 years ago
I really like this movie theatre but was sad to see their prices were raised :( What makes this movie theatre is their selection of movies. With only a couple of indie theatres in Boston, its so great that they bring a wide range of the foreign and independent movie I have been wanting to see. Yes they are usually a week or two behind New York but at least they offer them. I have seen some really great French movies there. The theatre itself isn't any particularly spectaular but it does the job. Its conveniently located near some good food places especially now that Catalyst and Abigail's has opened. Emma's pizza and the Friendly Toast are two other great options. I have not had too many problems getting tickets or seats here. They sometimes offer free screening which is great. I think you can find them through the Phoenix. The only thing that sucks is that its now 11 dollars and their student pricing available M-T is now 9.
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Juliana Casale
reviewed 2 years ago
KSC was gracious enough to host the Boston Underground Film Festival last year, and I had a ball checking out all the short and long programs -- there's something to be said for a theatre chair you don't hate sitting in for three hours. I recently returned for an indie film (We Need to Talk About Kevin), and my fond recollections of the cleanliness and generally cool atmosphere were confirmed. Solid! I only wish it were closer to the T.
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Chelsea Buttress
reviewed a year ago
One of my favorite movie theaters in Boston! They always have a great selection of films.