11/08/2017Provided by YP.com
One of the older theaters around town, but definitely brings a historical vibe. Popular for independents. Definitely a hidden gem.
09/14/2016Provided by YP.com
Older theater that shows more limited release/foreign films. Good that patrons looking for such entertainment have this option. A few small theaters in the complex.
09/12/2015Provided by YP.com
Cutest theater ever. Loved the location. We saw a documentary about Amy Winehouse there. The staff was very friendly. We noticed on our way further into the theater that there was an area that sold wine and cheese, as well as fancy desserts. I thought that was nice and appropriate for such a small theater house.
11/04/2010Provided by YPmobile
Best film experience - smaller viewing rooms makes films a more intimate experience. And the Popcorn, Wow, popped continuously so it's always hot and fresh.
08/05/2009Provided by Citysearch
How would you like to see a great film but sit in a tiny seat that cramps your hips and your elbows continuously rub against the next guy? Sometimes I come here when I'm in the mood for a real movie. Too bad it is so uncomfortable. Oh yeah, if you tell the management, not only do they not care, but they will mock or say something insulting. If you suggest an indie film, they will laugh at you as well. Instead, we rent indie films and watch them on my home projector. Tall and heavily muscular or fat people should never come here at all. They won't even fit. They may get injured if they sit or will wind up standing.
02/02/2008Provided by YP.com
Great independent and foreign films. Also they offer great discounts during the week. Be sure to check their website before you go.
07/07/2006Provided by Citysearch
I love Esquire, but I'm saddened that they've run Thank You For Smoking for a few months now and haven't graced the Ludlow, Music loving crowd with the fine documentary ""Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man"". Some have criticized the movie as a U2 vehicle, but c'mon, Cohen is the thinking man's bard of sublime musical poetry! Please Esquire, bring this Doc. to the public, at least for a week!!! My love for Esquire goes A Thousand Kisses Deep, but I'd be quite upset if they thumb their collective nose at a great music loving city and community in Cincinnati and Ludlow, respectively.
02/03/2006Provided by Citysearch
The theatre is great for those who wish to view good quality movies. Those of us with a open minded soul who are not conservative as the city we find having Esquire to be grand. Being two NYC people used to many theatres it a pleasure to be able to get away from the ""The Levee""to view a movie . Keep showing a fine selections of movies as there are many liberal thinkers too.
09/19/2002Provided by Citysearch
One ""schmuck"" amongst many in this city doesn't phase me. Cincinnati has a reputation of turning out intelligent people who don't stick around to endure this city's penchant for self-destruction. One place the hardcore dedicated Cincy dweller can turn to for some liberal sanity is Esquire Theatre. I lived in Europe for some time and have certainly experienced better environs, especially in Soho and Covent Garden in London. But this is the Midwest, not London, and I'll take any oppurtunity I can get in this city to soak up artistic endeavors on film. Other option: move to larger, more liberal city!