Smithfield Cinemas is closing all its theaters due to the reviews of the “Black Panther” movie.
The cinema, which is about to reopen after being shut down by state officials, is now the only remaining movie theater in the area.
Smithfield Cinemases had not been open for more than a year when it was forced to close in December.
It had been a popular destination for visitors who enjoyed movies such as “The Hangover Part III,” “Saving Private Ryan” and “Hacksaw Ridge.”
Smithfield’s Twitter page says it is now a movie theater.
The city of Newington announced in January it was closing the theater in its city center.
Smithfields owner, Robert Smith, told local media he did not know the reason for the closing, and he had not spoken to the mayor.
He told The New York Times the theater was closing because of poor reviews.
“I think it’s unfortunate.
I really don’t.
I don’t have any idea why they’re closing it.
It’s a good theater,” Smith said.
“We’re closing because it doesn’t perform well.
We’ve got some really good movies and some really bad movies.”
Smithfield Cinema in Newington, New York.
Smithfield said the movie theater has been closed due to bad reviews.
A photo posted by Smithfield Cinema (@smithfield_film) February 6, 2021Smithfield, which was founded in 1885, is located in New York City.
Its theater is located near the intersection of Broadway and Seventh avenues.
The Smithfield was one of the last movie theaters in the city to close due to financial problems in the 1980s.
The company was purchased by the New York Film Festival in 2015 and reopened as a film festival.