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One Kendall Square 355 Binney St Cambridge, MA 02139
355 Binney StreetUSMassachusettsCambridge02139
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Movie theater screening new releases as well as independent, foreign & avant-garde flicks.- Google
"This is the place to see independent movies."
"Emma's pizza and the Friendly Toast are two other great options."
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Cleola Payne
3 weeks ago
Love the location of the theatre, its close to home and they have a great arsenal of movies. They also have great tasting popcorn actually popped fresh and a selection of healthier snack options. There's a parking lot right next to the place, so there's no hassle of finding a space.
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Kristy Thibodeau
6 months ago
I honestly didn't know this theater existed as it's tucked away from public transportation (about 4-5 blocks from Kendall stop on Redline). I went to a free showing of "Inherent Vice". The theater was comfortable but packed because it was FREE. The concession stand was clean and offered a variety of options from pretzels, candy, chicken fingers, soft drinks, tea/coffee and of course popcorn.
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Clara Arroyave
a year ago
One of my favorite spots in Kendall Sq. Always a good selection of movies to pick from, a friendly staff and adorable geeky audience makes me a instant regular. No wonder the $3 parking and the "movies and dinner" combo pack they have with surrounding locations, making your movie tickets $8 each. Win!
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Benjamin Tang
11 months ago
Nice movie theatre, generally low attendance. Has a good selection of films
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Nancy Erdmann
6 months ago
Great films. Fair prices. Hugely convenient and low-priced attached parking garage. For all of that: five stars. Decor and snacks need an update to make the cinema even better. Lobby seating is uncomfortable. What about one or two theaters getting better chairs?
2 months ago
Was going to the late show at 9:50. Was 15 minutes late, due to 2 traffic jams, both due to road construction. But I wanted to see the movie anyway, considering there are always previews and the movie was a documentary so it would not be hard to follow after missing a few minutes. The person at the box office would not sell me a ticket, and would not let me in the building. She said it was closed. Even though the movie and a few others had just started. She admitted there were plenty of seats available and she had just locked the doors but she would not let me buy a ticket to watch the movie even though it had just just started.
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Andrew Sutherland
a year ago
Our favorite theater -- we go nearly every week. It's not as new and shiny as it once was, but it shows a continuous stream of new, independent films that you simply cannot find anywhere else in Boston (yes, Coolidge Corner is another option, but their selection is more limited, and that goes double for the Brattle). We especially enjoy the one-week specials -- most of these films are never shown anywhere else in Boston (or New England for that matter).
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Michelle Goldberg
a month ago
Best theatre around! 💗