BAM Rose Cinemas
Indie Movies, Movie Theater, Theater
30 Lafayette Ave (btwn Ashland Pl & St. Felix St)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
- One of the nicest places to catch a flick in NYC.
- Take advantage of the Bargain matinees! The first shows of the day are $8 ($4 off full price)
- BAM's comfy multiplex offers a mix of mainstream, foreign and independent film, but they also host well-curated film series focusing on everything from French cinema to contemporary black filmmakers.
- Beautiful theater hall, but watch out for leg room
- Become a BAM Cinema Club member for $70/year. Four bucks off movie tickets, invites to parties, screenings & filmmaker talks, and awesome other Brooklyn discounts. Totally worth it.
- I try to avoid the big mega-plex theatre... and all the really dope movies are showing at BAM in a much cooler, intimate setting. - DJ Mick Boogie
- I try to avoid the big mega-plex theatre... and all the really dope movies are showing at BAM in a much cooler, intimate setting.
- Great theater with an awesome indie vibe. Only bummer is they're exclusive with Pepsi. Sorry dude, there's nothing like coke out of the fountain.
- Quiet clean theatre A nice oasis Perfect for me time
- Be sure not to miss BAMcinemaFEST (June 9-20). Some of the best new cinema of the very moment collected in one tidy program!
- Go for the butter on the popcorn! They actually layer the butter throughout (unlike chain theaters) to ensure consistency!
- Cinema we were in was smallish screen. Still fine tho...
- half-off tickets with BAM membership
- always a great mix of cult classics, new releases, and essential old Hollywood flicks. my favorite theater in Brooklyn, by far.
- Pretty good film series, pretty bad (and overpriced!) theater. If you can see it at Nitehawk, Angelica, Sunshine, Film Forum...do it there instead.
- Excellent movie theater.
- Looking for a great food experience not too far? "Taxi! Take me to Bogota Latin BIstro at 141 5th Avenue right here in Park Slope ... and Step on IT!"
- BAM was designed by Herts & Tallant, acclaimed theatre architects, in the Neo-Italian Renaissance style. Built in 1907 it is the oldest active arts complex, it was designated a NYC landmark in 1978.
- I can never go back to an AMC again...
- Bring your own snacks. The matinee is $8. But a coke costs about half that