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This Week’s Special Screenings

It's a Wonderful LifeIf you missed it last week, the Alamo Drafthouse will also screen It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), noon, December 22, at the theater. Details

It's a Wonderful LifeThe Texas Theatre is also screening a 35mm print of Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), 4:20pm, December  22, at the theater. Details

DepartedThe Alamo Drafthouse presents a  screening of Martin Scorsese’s The Departed (2006), 6:20pm, December 22; at the theater. Details

GremlinsThe Alamo Drafthouse will also screen Joe Dante’s cult classic horror-comedy Gremlins (1984), 7:30pm, December 23, at the theater. Details

It's a Wonderful LifeCinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series for this year concludes with encore screenings of It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), 2pm and 7pm December 24, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

It's a Wonderful LifeThe Angelika Film Center will screen still more It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), 7pm, December 24, at the Angelika Dallas. Details

Elfrocky horrorThe Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness features for this week are Will Ferrell’s Christmas comedy Elf (2003) on Friday, December 27; and the classic rock musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) on Saturday, December 28, at the theater. Details

BackbeatThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of the Beatles biopic Backbeat (1994) followed by a performance from the Savage Beatles, 8:30pm, December 28, at the theater. Details

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