As the first stadium-seating theater in NYC, this was a new world for NYC multiplexes. Before, they were usually dank, dirty shoeboxes, crammed into whatever space could be found. This is still a decent place to see movies. They have plenty of showtimes of the current hit, the screens are fairly large (if too high off the ground), and the seats are comfortable. Sound is usually good, and there are 2 THX houses, a rarity. It's starting to show it's age...the place isn't very clean, and the employees are rude. Concessions are expensive (and the popcorn is never fresh), and if you're not early, you'll likely find yourself sitting in the awful non-stadium seats. The crowd is awful, and if you don't know where you're going, good luck. Still, this is an above average place to see movies, and at one block away from Union Square, likely the most convenient.
Pros: Decent sight/sound, Stadium Seating, Convenient location
Cons: Rude employees, Must arrive early, Stale popcorn