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Special Screenings

THURSDAY JAN. 29
  • The Duchess of Langeais

    The Duchess of Langeais (2007)

    Not rated, 137 min. Directed by Jacques Rivette. Starring Jeanne Balibar, Guillaume Depardieu, Bulle Ogier, Michel Piccoli, Anne Cantineau, Mathias Jung and Barbet Schroeder.

    AFS Essential Cinema: Jacques Rivette: Rivette adapts a Balzac novel and creates a period piece that's also a timeless tale about obsessive love and hate. Read a full review of The Duchess of Langeais.

    7:30PM The Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 6406 N. I-35, 512/454-2000

  • Mean Girls Quote-Along (2004)

    Rated PG-13, 97 min. Directed by Mark Waters. Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Tina Fey.

    Girlie Night

    7:45PM Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter Ln., 512/476-1320

  • Parenthood Finale

    ATX Television Fest Presents: Say farewell to this TV show.

    8:30PM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/383-8309

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Quote-Along (2010)

    Rated PG-13, 112 min. Directed by Edgar Wright. Starring Michael Cera.

    Action Pack

    7:30PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/476-1320

  • Twelve Monkeys

    Twelve Monkeys (1995)

    Rated R, 130 min. Directed by Terry Gilliam. Starring Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe, Brad Pitt, Christopher Plummer, Frank Gorshin and Jon Seda.

    'Round Midnight: Gilliam cloaks a startlingly effective rumination on the nature of sanity and madness in the shroud of a sci-fi thriller. Read a full review of Twelve Monkeys.

    11:30PM Violet Crown Cinema, 434 W. Second, 512/495-9600

  • Ultimate Nineties Party

    Action Pack

    10:35PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/476-1320

  • SPACES

  • How to Train Your Dragon 2

    How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

    Rated PG, 102 min. Directed by Dean DeBlois.

    Austin Public Library: Family Movies: Distinguished by its quick wit, scenic vistas, and an admirable championing of a loner-nerd hero, the first How to Train Your Dragon was a startlement and a seduction. Sequels usually spell the blues, or the blahs, but this one defies expectations yet again, displaying gaspingly good 3-D animation, and a real depth of emotion, too. I laughed, I cried, I longed for a pet dragon of my own. The sequel carries over the leads from the original (and Cressida Cowell’s source book series) – young Hiccup (Baruchel), a peacemonger stranded among a clan of spear-rattling Vikings, and his faithful dragon Toothless – and writer/director Dean DeBlois (Lilo & Stitch) knows he’s got a good thing going with their dynamic. Toothless is so vividly, viscerally animated, I worry a child will look askance at her own humble dog and peevishly wonder why Fluffernutter can’t fly, or at the very least breathe fire. Read a full review of How to Train Your Dragon 2.

    4PM Cepeda Branch Library, 651 N. Pleasant Valley, 512/974-7372