We are proud to host Belmont World Film's 14th Annual International Film Series
March 22-May 11

Schedule to be announced soon
For more information visit:

 www.belmontworldfilm.org


Good read: A.O. Scott's Top 10 Movies of 2014 includes Ida, Citizenfour, Dear White People, and Love is Strange, all of which played at the West Newton Cinema! Manohla Dargis's list includes Gloria, National Gallery, and Violette.


Julianne Moore guides us through the tragic arc of how it must feel to disappear before one’s own eyes, accomplishing one of her most powerful performances by underplaying the scenario.
— Peter Debruge, Variety
Two Days, One Night is a small miracle of a movie, a drama so purely humane that it makes most attempts at audience uplift look crass and calculated by comparison.
— A.A. Dowd, The A.V. Club
American Sniper may be the hardest, truest movie ever made about the experience of men in war. Why? Because there’s no glory in it.
— Ty Burr, Boston Globe
If the past is a foreign country, then “Mr. Turner” is one of the most rhapsodic foreign films you may ever see.
— Ty Burr, The Boston Globe
It’s been a long time since intellectual sparring created such excitement onscreen. I’ve heard a few critics dismiss this mind-bender as hopelessly old-hat. Ha! If so, long live retro.
— Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Shot for shot, Big Eyes is one of the most beautiful-looking movies of 2014...
— Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
A triumph for Witherspoon, Dern and director Jean-Marc Vallee.
— James Verniere, the Boston Herald
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.