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This Week’s Special Screenings

Boogie NightsThe Texas Theatre presents a screening of Paul Thomas Anderson’s breakthrough feature Boogie Nights (1997), various showtimes, March 9, at the theater. Details

StripesThe Alamo Drafthouse presents a Harold Ramis Memorial Screening of the comedy Stripes (1981), 7:30pm, March 10, at the theater. Details

MementoThe Alamo Drafthouse presents a screening of Christopher Nolan’s breakthrough neo-noir thriller Memento (2000), 7:15pm, March 11, at the theater. Details

City LightsThe Magnolia’s Big Movie film series continues with Charlie Chaplin’s brilliant silent comedy City Lights (1931), 7:30pm and 10pm, March 11, at the theater. Details

NinotchkaThe Texas Theatre’s Class of ’39 series begins with a screening of Greta Garbo in the romantic comedy Ninotchka (1939), 8pm, March 13, at the theater. Details

Punch-Drunk LoveThe Texas Theatre presents screenings of Paul Thomas Anderson’s oddball romantic comedy Punch-Drunk Love (2002), various showtimes, March 13-16, at the theater. Details

Groundhog DayThe Angelika Film Center After Hours series resumes with a screening of Harold Ramis’ comedy classic Groundhog Day (1993) at 11:30pm, March 14 and 15, at the Angelika Dallas. Details

Almost FamousThe Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is Cameron Crowe’s semi-autobiographical dramedy Almost Famous (2000) on March 14 and 15, at the theater. Details

Maltese FalconThe Alamo Drafthouse presents a screening of John Huston’s classic adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon (1941), 12:30pm, March 16, at the theater. Details

Way Down EastThe Lone Star Film Society and the Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth present a screening of D.W. Griffith’s silent-era western Way Down East (1920) with live music accompaniment by Paul Slavens, Bach Norwood, and Buffie Jacobs at 2pm, March 16, in the museum’s new Renzo Piano Pavilion. Details

Grapes of WrathCinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series continues with screenings of Daryl Zanuck’s master adaptation of John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath (1940), 2pm March 16 and 2pm and 7pm March 19, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

About Gary Dowell

Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.


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