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hT he Showcase Cinemas SuperLux in Chestnut Hill is not your typical movie-going experience. An employee in a crisp, all-black uniform greets patrons at the door, ushering them into a lobby that looks more like an upscale hotel than a movie theater.
There, a circular concierge desk sits under a large faux-chandelier near A sleek-bar and lounge area. And just wait until you get into the theatre.
This week, the Norwood-based theater chain National Amusements opened this top-of-the line theater in the newly redeveloped shopping center, The Street. For $28, moviegoers can experience the “SuperLux” life, reclining in plush seats with foot rests, browsing appetizers, entrees, and drinks from an iPad, and pressing a call button to order food --before and during the flick