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This Week’s Special Screenings

The BroodThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of David Cronenberg’s horror classic The Brood (1979), various showtimes, September 15, at the theater. Details

Back to SchoolThe Alamo Drafthouse ushers in the new school year a screening of the Rodney Dangerfield comedy Back to School (1986), 7pm, September 16, at the theater. Details

Kindergarten CopThe Alamo Drafthouse’s Tough Guy Cinema aeries presents Arnold Scharzenegger in Kindergarten Cop (1998), 7pm, September 17, at the theater. Details

That Thing You Do!The Alamo Drafthouse and Arts Incubator of Richardson present That Thing You Do! (1996) as part of the fourth annual AIR Time festival, 6:30pm, September 18, at the theater. Details

Bicycle ThiefChris Vognar’s Screening Room monthly series continues with a free screening of Vittori De Sica’s heart-wrenching post-war drama The Bicycle Thief (1948) at 7:30pm, September 19, at the Angelika Theater. Vognar, film critic for the Dallas Morning News, will discuss the movie afterwards. Details

Oz the Great and PowerfulThe Nasher Sculpture Center’s ‘Til Midnight event series presents an outdoor screening of the adventure comedy Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), with live music at 7pm and movie at 9pm, September 20, at the Center. Details

TroyThe Dallas Museum of Art’s Late Night Films series resumes with a free screening of Wolfgang Petersen’s historical epic Troy (2004), 9pm, August 20, in the museum’s Horchow Auditorium. Details

The RoomThe Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness features for this week are Tommy Wiseau’s cult-classic Z-grade drama The Room (2003) on September 20; and the classic rock musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) on September 21, at the theater. Details

GoldfingerThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of the classic James Bond flick Goldfinger (1964), various showtimes, September 19-22, at the theater. Details

Fight ClubCinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series continues with a digitally restored print of David Fincher’s controversial Fight Club (1999), 2pm September 22 and 2pm and 7pm September 25, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

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Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.

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