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One of the few locations in Cologne where you can watch OV movies. The interior is a bit outdated and seats are not very comfortable. However, the atmosphere is very international and people are open-minded. Additionally, snacks and drinks are reasonably priced.
This is really the only cinema in Cologne that has a big choice of the latest movies in English. It's a bit oldfashioned but the prices are ok. You can also reserve seats but pay only once you get there It's right at Ebertplatz where...More
This place is great. You can make reservations online + seats. It's a cozy place with a retro vibe. The service/cashiers are super friendly, too. If you want to catch most flicks in English (all week long) then go here!!
One of The only Spots in town where one can see a flic in the original language. It is a nice little theater with 4 Screens. It has all that a movie goer could want eg. Popcorn and drinks. It is an old charecteristic place...More
Since I lived in Koeln, almost 7 years ago, and now that I live in another city, I go there often as they have great movies and the place is quite nostalgic and friendly. A good place to see movies in their original language.
One of the cinemas in cologne where you have the chance to see a movie in English. The cinema is easy to reach with car or public transport and is not too big . i guess the only minus point is you can not reservate...More
After moving here and not thinking we could see movies here without watching them in some poor overdubbed German we got told about this place and have been going ever since. Most stuff is in English, some have German subtitles but they're easy to ignore....More
We were visiting Cologne and during a rainy day we felt like watching a movie. So we went online, we asked our concierge and we and up speechless as there was no movie theater that showed movies in English. The only suggestion was that maybe...More