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Old 07-02-2011, 05:43 AM
 
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I've been living in Ossining now for a little over year. I'm looking for movie theater recommendations in Westchester. I've been to:

Clearview Mount Kisco: Free/discount tickets to Optimum Rewards card holders (+). Seats are pretty uncomfortable (-). Good frozen yogurt place next door (+). Shows sell out regularly (-).

All Westchester Saw Mill Multiplex (Hawthorne): close to home (+), seats & screens just ok (-).

Greenburgh Multiplex Cinemas (Elmsford): good seats/screens (+), discounted tickets on Tuesdays (+)

We used to go to the Central Avenue theaters when we were kids, but I haven't been to any of them in decades, so I don't know how they are now.

Anyone else have some theater reviews?
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Old 07-02-2011, 05:57 AM
 
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Jacob Burns in Pleasantville.

http://www.burnsfilmcenter.org

Great seats, sound and environment but more of an eclectic selection.

For example, all summer this summer, they are offering a series of music documentaries. A few years ago, they played all of Hitchcock's movies.
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:07 AM
 
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2x on Jacob Burns - nice facility, not the traditional box office blow out action/comedy movies

city center in white plains is a good theatre, always find it to be clean, nice seats, lots of title and food options
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:29 AM
 
Location: Yorktown Heights NY
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The Paramount in Peekskill has interesting, offbeat movies. Its an amazing space and a great place to see a movie. They occasionally do free classics too--I saw the Wizard of Oz there, first time ever on a big screen and it was so cool!

For megaplexes, the UA Cortlandt Town Center in Cortlandt on route 6 is good--big screens, comfy seats.

Jacob Burns is totally the best. Love to go there--though their kids movie selections have gotten much poorer in the last few years.
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Old 07-03-2011, 10:28 PM
 
Location: NY
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New Roc in New Rochelle has a fabulous Imax with an intense sound system. The movie Avatar in 3D was almost an out-of-body experience. Don't bother with New Roc on the weekends, too many kids.
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Old 07-04-2011, 01:52 AM
 
Location: Washington, DC & New York
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I agree with the list so far, especially Jacob Burns, and City Center in WP. For smaller theaters, I like Bronxville and Larchmont, and the Bedford Playhouse, all Clearview Cinemas. They might not have the latest features, but are comfortable, especially if you have a small child (as there are a couple in my family) who might be apprehensive about large multiplex complexes.

The Central Avenue Theaters look as though they have not been updated in decades. I was in one a couple of years ago, near Barnes & Noble, to see some movie on the spur of the moment with a couple of friends, and I would not go out of my way to visit. I don't think it has been renovated, at least not from the front door when I was in the same plaza a couple of weeks ago. It, too, I believe is a Clearview theater.
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Old 07-04-2011, 01:17 PM
 
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I like the Bronxville theater. It is kind of old fashioned but not in the grandiose pre-war sense. Just a nice little neighborhood movie-house.
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