As we return slowly to our regular schedule, we are delighted to see several reasons to get out of the house. Listed in order of interest.
Limited engagements and wide openings:
- ‘Brotherhood.’ A drama with thrills; a fraternity prank goes very, very wrong. (Angelika Dallas) [My review.]
- ‘Cedar Rapids.’ Amusing character study of innocence and insurance. (Angelika Dallas; Cinemark West Plano) [My review.]
- ‘Lovers of Hate.’ I’ve missed this one, but it’s described as: “When love curdles, someone still has to eat it.” (Texas Theatre)
- ‘Unknown.’ Liam Neeson flies to Berlin, loses his passport, must appear in this movie. (Wide.) [My review.]
- ‘I Am Number Four.’ Beautiful teen aliens must fight off ugly older aliens. (Wide.)
- ‘Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son.’ Like, not screened for critics. (Wide.)
- ‘Dear Pillow.‘ Bryan Poyser’s first feature. (Friday, Texas Theatre)
- ‘The Room.’ The legend of Tommy Wiseau continues to grow. (Friday and Saturday midnight, Landmark Inwood)
- ‘Texas Legends Before They Were Legends.’ Short films by Wes Anderson, Robert Rodriguez, Richard Linklater and others. (Sunday, Texas Theatre)
Coming up mid-week at the Texas Theatre: ‘Slacker,’ ‘Disco and Atomic War,’ ‘Jules and Jim,’ and ‘House’ (‘Hausu’) !!!