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This Week’s Special Screenings

The Magnolia’s Big Movie film series continues with Mike Nichols’ iconic comedy The Graduate (1967), 7:30pm and 10pm, March 4, at the theater. Details The Texas Theatre’s Tuesday Night Trash series returns with a screening of Mardi Gras Massacre (1978), 9:15pm, March 4, at the theater. Details The Alamo Drafthouse’s Wes Anderson Week runs through March 6 with screenings of movies from the … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

The Magnolia’s Big Movie film series continues with A Letter to Three Wives (1949), 7:30 and 10pm, February 4, at the theater. Details The Texas Theatre will pay tribute to the late Run Run Shaw with a trailer compilation followed by a screening of The Boxers Omen (1983), 9:15pm, February 4, at the theater. Details The Angelika Film Center presents a screening … Continue reading

Swords of Doom: Our Favorite Samurai Films

Keanu Reeves has kinda, sorta re-invented himself as a purveyor of old-fashioned martial arts flicks, having recently made his directorial debut with Man of Tai Chi and by starring in the upcoming 47 Ronin as an avenging samurai. We here at Movie Ink are suckers for a good samurai movie (a bad one will do in a pinch, … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series continues with a Tenth Anniversary screening of the Christmas comedy Elf (2003), 2pm November 24, and 2pm and 7pm November 27, at select Cinemark theaters. Details The Alamo Drafthouse’s Tough Ladies in Cinema series concludes with a screening of Preston Sturges’ The Lady Eve (1941), 2:05pm, November 24; at the theater. Details here. The Alamo … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings:

The Alamo Drafthouse presents a screening of the controversial Japanese satire-thriller Battle Royale (2000), 7pm, September 10, at the theater. Details The Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of David Cronenberg’s horror classic The Brood (1979), various showtimes, September 12-15, at the theater. Details The Alamo Drafthouse also presents Wes Anderson’s breakthrough comedy Rushmore (1998), 7pm, September 11, at the theater. Details The Alamo Drafthouse presents … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

The Texas Theatre presents the best Christmas flick ever made, A Christmas Story (1983), various showtimes, December 23-25, at the theater. Details The Texas Theatre presents Sergio Corbucci’s classic spaghetti western Django (1966), 6:30pm December 23 and 7pm December 27, at the theater. Details The Texas Theatre will screen a restored 35mm print of the director’s cut Milos Forman’s epic biopic … Continue reading

Movie Ink Picks: 2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas

The Asian Film Festival of Dallas begins its week-long festival season this Thursday evening with an opening night screening of Takeshi Miike’s Ace Attorney (see below). The programming schedule includes 32 features plus select short film programming. Here’s a short list of Movie Ink‘s recommended viewing (all screenings are at The Magnolia): Ace Attorney (8:30pm, July 12; 9:30pm July … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

The Kimball Art Museum’s Free Film Series presents Louis Malle’s documentary Place de la Republique (1974) in conjunction with the museum’s Age of Impressionism exhibit at 2 pm, Sunday, June 17, in the museum auditorium. Details Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios kick-off their Reel Classics summer film series continues with a screening of Orson Welles’ masterpiece Cool Hand … Continue reading

Updated! This Week’s Special Screenings

The Texas Theater resumes its Tuesday Night Trash film series with a free screening of Hard to Die aka Sorority House Massacre III (1990), 9pm, May 29, at the theater. Details The Magnolia’s two-part Sir Ridley films series concludes with a screening of Ridley Scott’s Thelma & Louise (1991), 7:30 and 10pm, May 29, at the theater. Details The Texas … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

The Texas Theater’s Kimono Club series resumes with a screening of  Anh Dung Tran’s adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s bestselling novel Norwegian Wood (2010), 9:30pm, April 25, at the theater.  Details The Texas Theater also presents Billy Wilder’s brilliant romantic comedy The Apartment (1960), 7pm, April 26 and 27, at the theater.  Details The Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness features for this week … Continue reading

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