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Nothing and everything happen in the movie. Director James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now), working from a fluid script by playwright Donald Margulies, does justice to the book without compromising his film.
— Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Phoenix is an intoxicating witches’ brew, equal parts melodrama and moral parable, that audaciously mixes diverse elements to compelling, disturbing effect.
— Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
Allen’s dialogue is witty, his plotting zings along with forward momentum in all the right places, and his observation of elastic moral principles in flux is both mischievous and unsettling, yielding a tasty final-act Hitchcockian twist.
— David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
Because Demme genuinely likes people and is interested in them, Ricki and the Flash feels like “Stella Dallas” as remade by Jean Renoir — it’s a humanist suburban fable.
— Ty Burr, Boston Globe
For a younger generation who think that Madonna and Lady Gaga represent the heights of outrageousness, The Outrageous Sophie Tucker stands as a much needed reminder that they have a very large debt to pay.
— Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter
The more vital subject of Mr. Holmes turns out to be our need for stories themselves and, in particular, the role of fiction as an escape from the pain and loss of everyday life.
— Scott Foundas, Variety
The action sequences are wild, the jokes relentlessly dumb-but-smart, and the sheer sense of anything-goes daftness...is glorious.
— Tom Huddleston, Time Out London
Basically, Cam is one of the most entertainingly inappropriate guardians for impressionable youths since Auntie Mame.
— Susan Wloszczyna, RogerEbert.com
This teeming, tear-duct-draining, exhaustingly inventive, surreal animated comedy is going to be a new pop-culture touchstone. In all kinds of ways it’s a mind-opener.
— David Edelstein, New York Magazine (Vulture)
Wilson, a pop savant, was chasing some kind of dragon, and as the movie toggles years forward to the scared, overmedicated Wilson of the 1980s (John Cusack, absorbingly strange in the tougher part), you sense that the dragon bit back.
— Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
Now after 43 years in feature films, Danner has gotten the opportunity to show what she can do, and in I’ll See You in My Dreams, she is simply jaw-dropping, just wonderful.
— Mark LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
The West Newton Cinema was built in 1937 and has been independently owned and operated since 1978. We are proud to show a diverse selection of high-quality films on our six screens, and to serve freshly popped popcorn with real butter.  

The West Newton Cinema was built in 1937 and has been independently owned and operated since 1978. We are proud to show a diverse selection of high-quality films on our six screens, and to serve freshly popped popcorn with real butter.