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|Address:||9806 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Shores, FL 33138, USA|
So its official: The scrappy theater space in Wynwood that all the hipsters love now has a second O Cinema branch, this time in Miami Shores, in the same location as the Miami Theater Center. In case youre wondering: MTC still has theatrical performances there, but they also now program movies during non-theatrical weekends. Anyone who has spent time in Miami Shores knows that it has very... different... neighborhood demographics than Wynwood, and as such, the programming is shifted accordingly: a lot more classic "art house" and family friendly films are shown here, as well as special art performances such as the Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema format. (As of the time of this review, upcoming movies include a sing-along Wizard of Oz event as well as a documentary of a chess team in Brooklyn. As far as venues go, if youre expecting your movie theater to look like an actual movie theater, youre in the right place - no converted warehouse here, just a full 300-seat theater with a giant screen and an art deco lobby full of refreshments. So yeah - its all the indie movie goodness of O Cinema, but in a format where you can actually take your great-aunt from out of town or your nine year old cousin. I dont think theyre fans of The Human Centipede 2, anyway.
This is was my first time attending a play, and it was very pleasant. Theater is something that we should never let go of regardless of technology. The theater itself was nice, comfortable seating, and they had snacks on sale outside.
We needed a place to watch the Oscars and of course The New Tropic saved the night. O Cinema is a very nice site, well located, parking on the street, and the hosts were fantastic! Hope they do it again next year!
This is a wee gem of a theater that is much needed in the area. I love the fact that they have such an eclectic program that is full of indie movies that I wouldnt otherwise get an opportunity to see.
Decent independent theater. They have a bunch of films here for various events. Staff is nice. Theater is okay but a bit run down.
Un hermoso y cálido cine de barrio.
Great films!!!.. So glad its a neighborhood place.we needed a theatre like this for our indie films. .
Cristy Andrea Altamirano
Really enjoyed watching "The Flick" by Annie Baker, produced by MAD CAT Theater Company.
A wonderful venue, really a gem. I wish them much success!
Thanks to New Tropic we found this Gem!
Supa nova by Maria Corona Ramirez
Lissa St. Brave
Highly recommend for showings!