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Regal Union Square Stadium 14

850 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
(800) 326-3264
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Regal Union Square Stadium 14 - New York, NY
Regal Union Square Stadium 14 - New York, NY


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Super theater... All the modern conveniences, good screens, great seating. Recliners and cup holders all around. The concessions are staffed by idiots. Cashier was rude. I ordered...


I sat through a packed screening here and the light intensity of the projector was fading in and out for the whole movie. Incredibly annoying and seriously messed up the overall ...

Please Stay Away 7/19/2011

Picture quality and sound are barely passable but what's really bad is the fact that every ten minutes or so an usher walks around the theater waving a flashlight about and annoying the audience. Cleanliness is not important here either. Skip the popcorn: once I saw a candy stand employee put her hand in the popcorn and snack on some. more

Not impressed 1/23/2011

I have to say that this has got to be one of the more disgusting theaters I've been in. Have they heard of a mop? more


I saw 'Rachel Getting Married' in theater 13 at Regal Union Square Stadium 14 about a month ago. During the film I noticed little creatures scurrying in the aisles. I asked my boyfriend to move (we were sitting on the bottom). We climbed up the steps and I sat next to the wall. After the film ended and the lights came on a huge creature (they dont let you say the R word on here) ran across the wall (spider-man style) right next to my face and I screamed and jumped up. . I reported the incident to the h department. A huge chain movie theater CAN and SHOULD clean u their act. more

Used to be great, has gone downhill 11/28/2007

When this theater opened, it seemed like the wave of the future with stadium seating and good sightlines. Unfortunately, in recent years, the air conditioning has grown increasingly spotty, the ushers can be rude and the insane crowds pretty much guarantee that this isn't going to be a pleasant movie experience. more

C 2/6/2003


Great Theater but a zoo 1/14/2003

Living in the neighborhood, I was pleased that a state-of-the-art mutli-screen was nearby. Unfortunatley, UA pushes the popcorn and commercials to the point that the experience is more of an amusement park and zoo then it is a place to watch smaller movies. We should all BOYCOTT theaters that run commercials, no matter how they dress up the cars and Sony Play Stations, commercials are an insult to customers who pay $10.00 for a ticket. Run short films. Pros: seats/sound/screen Cons: commercials, atmosphere more

Rude Staff - BAD Customer Service 11/19/2002

Tried to see 8 Mile here the other night for the 11:00 pm showing. When my girlfriend and I got to the theatre at 11, we were told "box office closed" - okay, maybe true - but it was EXACTLY 11:00 pm.. and weren't let in. When we asked to use the moviefone machines, we were told "sorry - sold out". (C'mon, don't lie! Box office closed, OR sold out?!) When we indicated that we had charged tix on MovieFone and wanted to pick them up, we were told "no way - we're not letting you in - box office closed, and sold out" (!?!?) When we tried to ask any other questions, we were told "look, we're not letting you in, and if you keep talking you are just going to piss us off. We run the doors, and we aren't letting you in". WHY NOT?!? GO ELSEWHERE!! Pros: Good location Cons: Rude staff, Crowded more

Great theater, Lousy Concessions. 11/10/2002

Super theater... All the modern conveniences, good screens, great seating. Recliners and cup holders all around. The concessions are staffed by idiots. Cashier was rude. I ordered a diet coke and ended up with a regular sprite. Pros: clean, GREAT seats, good location Cons: rude staff, idiots behind counter, COKE INSTEAD OF SPRIT more

terrible projection quality 7/21/2002

I sat through a packed screening here and the light intensity of the projector was fading in and out for the whole movie. Incredibly annoying and seriously messed up the overall picture quality. I complained about it afterward to the "manager" who looked at me with a blank stare. What was most incredible is that it did not seem to bother people, who seem perfectly content to be subjected to sub-standard projection almost everywhere I go. I can't believe that whoever is responsible for projection in these mutiplexes doesn't have enough INTEREST in their collective jobs to CARE about the quality of the image. It infuriates me more and more as I get older. more

Better than most, by no means the best. 7/18/2002

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 more

8 7/3/2002

This stadium has a lot of potential. It is certainly heading in the right direction. It is probably now the first place I think of when I want to see the latest movie releases. more

Movie Watcher 6/27/2002

This movie theater provides a quality sound system for many, if not all, of the current/hottest movies. The screen may sit a little high and seats fill up quick but that's all the more reason to get there early. One of the main attractions for me is the ease of ticket purchase. Not only do they have a box office but they also provide Moviefone/Citysearch ticket purchases online or over the phone making it very easy to get into the top movies. more

not very comfortable 5/17/2002

I'm not a big fan of this theater. The seating in several of theaters is ackward and uncomfortable with the screen so high that your neck hurts by the end of the show. more
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  • The Scene
    Tucked behind the Union Square Virgin Megastore, Regal Cinemas' Union Square Stadium 14 resembles Sony's Village and Lincoln Square multiplexes--just bigger and sleeker. The glass-shrouded, moodily-lit, black-and-gray interior houses over a dozen wall-to-wall screens; each auditorium is equipped to handle digital sound (THX, SDDS, Dolby and DTS) and has listening devices for the hearing impaired. Near the box office are electronic ticket machines that take credit cards.

    The Draw
    This theater's main edge over other city multiplexes is its stadium seating. The tiered rows of seats protect precious sight lines while providing a more communal feeling. You'll have to go home or to the Walter Reade Theatre to find more comfortable, cushioned, high-backed, rocker seats. Like most downtown theaters, this place offers no matinee prices, and rarely programs indies, foreign films and re-releases among the usual slate of blockbusters.

  • 12/7/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

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    Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Flatiron District, Union Square, Midtown