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Great cinema, homely, friendly atmosphere, small and more personal business. Great for English speakers, has almost entirely OV versions of films, and doesn't force 3D on you like many other modern cinemas.
Only downside is no reserved seat numbers, so you have to be there...More
This cinema is an institution. It has the charm of an older time when movies were special.In addition it holds a world record of showing the Rocky horror picture show since more than 40 years. Dress up and join!
We went to see a movie here while in Munich as not much was open on Christmas Day and we thought it’d be nice to see a movie in English.
The movies are shown in their original version which is great for tourists.
This is a very quaint cinema with art deco furnishings. Cinema 2 seats 70 people in very close proximity.We wanted to see a particular movie in English while on holiday and this was close to our hotel. It was an interesting experience, we saw the...More
The cinema is not too far away from the city center, and it is placed in a very nice part of the city. The Cinema it's not very big and the seats are not really comfortable but it the atmosphere, makes worth a visit. If...More
The seats are so close to each other and have no cup holder. I laterally can't see anything except the back of the head of the person setting in front of me.
Although the staff was so nice. I changed my seat but it didn't...More
The Kino Lichtspiele in Munich is a very small retro-decorated movie house that shows first-run and classic movies in both English and German languages. It holds the world record for showing The Rocky Horror Show every day for the past 27 years! The screen is...More
The location was easy to arrive, you can take the tram, the bus or even an Uber to get there. Oh, given to the tickets are un-numbered, make sure you arrive early if you want a better view. (The hall will be open 15 mins...More
Lichtspiele is the same now as it was 25 years ago, when I lived in Munich. Recently I visited again, and it all seemed the same, with the latest English-language movies, no subtitles. It's popular enough that on a Saturday evening, a showing of a...More