Although going to the movies in real life may seem like a distant memory after nearly two years, cinemas have been opened and are ready for customers to visit. Whether you’re looking for a theater with reclining seats, a place that brings a full meal right to your chair, or maybe you just want to feel the vibe of an old-fashioned movie theater, there’s a theater to match. to the atmosphere. Many theaters are also encouraging the use of masks and also following local and national Covid-19 guidelines. We decided to find those worth seeing in the area. Keep reading for a complete list of movie theaters in Hudson County and nearby towns.
AMC Aviation 12 | 1200 South Stiles Street, Linden
If standard digital projections aren’t enough, this AMC theater has 3D and Imax theaters. Some theaters even have AMC’s signature recliners for reserving and lifting your feet while enjoying a newly released movie. Although it’s in Union County, this one is worth the trip.
AMC Clifton Commons 16 | 405 Route 3 East, Clifton
There is no need to queue very early at this theater as all seats are reserved, with a few recliners available. Customers can also get discounts on matinees and tickets on Tuesdays. Other major AMC theaters include AMC Mountainside 10, AMC Ridgefield Park 12, AMC Wayne 14, AMC Dine-In Shops at Riverside, and AMC Garden State 16.
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AMC Dine-In Essex Green 9 | 495 Prospect Avenue, Orange West
This classic AMC theater has all the usual perks found in AMC locations. Audiences can also dine at the theater with meals delivered directly to their reserved seats. There are a ton of food options to choose from on the menu.
AMC Jersey Gardens 20 | 651 Kapkowski Road, Elizabeth
Head to Elizabeth to see the latest releases in standard theaters or IMAX. Be sure to reserve your spot to get the best seat in the house. Customers can also get discounts on matinees and tickets on Tuesdays.
AMC Newport Center 11 | 30-300 Mall Drive West, Jersey City
Fancy a shopping break? Go up to the top floor of the Newport Center mall to the AMC Theater. It shows movies in 3D, IMAX and in standard theaters. Customers can order drinks through mobile ordering, and tickets are discounted on Tuesdays for AMC Stubs members, which readers can join here.
Bergenfield Cinemas | 58 South Washington Avenue, Bergenfield
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This family theater is located right in the heart of Bergenfield. Tickets are $5 before 6 p.m., then $7 for adults and $6 for children and seniors in the evening. People can also schedule birthday parties with private screenings. See here for more information.
CityPlex 12 Newark | 360-394 Springfield Ave, Newark
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This theater is co-owned by Boraie Development and former NBA superstar, Newark native Shaquille O’Neal. It uses digital projection for all films and offers game rooms and party rooms for rent. Contact us for more information via the website.
Cranford Theater | 25 North West Ave, Cranford
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Head to the Cranford Theater to see new releases and classic films. There are seasonal offers of popcorn gift packs with delicious movie theater treats, making your movie experience even better. Check the website for various seasonal events, like the Pajama Series.
IPIC Theater | 2023 Hudson St, Fort Lee
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This theater is a destination to enjoy more than just a movie. Visitors can also try different cuisines and cocktails at the theater or City Perch Kitchen + Bar. Check the website for more information on how to become a member and get 10% off food and drink.
ShowPlace ICON Kerasotes ShowPlace 14 | 650 Plaza Drive, Secaucus
Another theater that lets patrons choose their seats in advance is ShowPlace ICON. Plus, all of the chairs are recliners – a major win. Some movies are even streamed in 3D. Check the website for private screenings and private game opportunities here.
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Teaneck Cinemas | 503 Cedar Lane, Teaneck
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After reopening in 2013, this local theater tried to keep its history alive for patrons to enjoy. It also shows the most recent versions. All tickets are $6 until 4 p.m. each day, then $9 for adults and $8 for children and seniors.
The Clairidge | 486 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair
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After first opening in 1922, this historic cinema still aims to provide audiences with the best cinematic experience possible. After additional renovations and a reopening in October 2021, this six-theatre facility now features an assortment of new releases. Check the website for more information on how to become a member and what benefits it offers you (like discounted tickets and concessions).
The village | 1 SOPAC lane, Orange South
Part of the South Orange Performing Arts Center, this movie theater is powered by the CinemaLab experience and features a wide range of films, as well as alternative programming. For $99, customers can get unlimited movies for you and one guest through March 2022. If customers are looking for something other than popcorn, Mit Miti empanadas are also available, along with other usual concessions. .