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SUNDAY FEB. 26
  • Happy Hour (2015)

    Not rated, 317 min. Directed by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi. Starring Sachie Tanaka, Hazuki Kikuchi and Maiko Mihara.

    Four women search for meaning in their lives in this epic meditation on friendship and new beginnings.

    11AM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/861-7040

  • Hollywood's Biggest Night 2017

    Watch the Academy Awards at the Violet Crown. Advance tickets reserve your seat and can be redeemed for food or drinks equal to its value.

    7PM Violet Crown Cinema, 434 W. Second, 512/495-9600

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

    Rated R, 120 min. Directed by George Miller. Starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Josh Helman, Nathan Jones, Zoë Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, Abbey Lee and Courtney Eaton.

    Eh, why not? Big screen plus beer isn't half bad for an overrated movie. Read a full review of Mad Max: Fury Road.

    10PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • Red Carpet Bash

    Academy Awards viewing party with prize giveaways, drink specials, sing-along contests, and clips of memorable moments from previous broadcasts and embarrassing failed projects of the nominees during commercial breaks. All ticket proceeds go to Mobile Loaves & Fishes.

    7PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • 7PM Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. Hwy. 183 N., 512/861-7070

    7PM Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter, 512/861-7060

    7PM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/861-7040

  • The Room

    The Room (2003)

    Rated R, 99 min. Directed by Tommy Wiseau. Starring Tommy Wiseau, Juliette Danielle, Greg Sestero and Philip Haldiman.

    This movie is in the often misunderstood "so bad it's good" style of filmmaking.

    10PM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/861-7040

  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

    Not rated, 129 min. Directed by Mike Nichols. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal and Sandy Dennis.

    In this screen adaptation of Edward Albee's searing play, Taylor and Burton write the ultimate book on marital disharmony. A special cocktail menu will be available.

    4PM Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. Hwy. 183 N., 512/861-7070

  • The Blood of Jesus

    The Blood of Jesus (1941)

    Not rated, 57 min. Directed by Spencer Williams. Starring Spencer Williams and Cathryn Caviness.

    AFS Presents: Pioneers of African American Cinema: This religious drama, which features an all-black cast and is directed by one of the most famous black filmmakers of the time, contains one of the most faithful portrayals of a rural baptism ever filmed and is included in the U.S. National Film Registry. A selection of shorts accompany the film.

    4PM Texas Spirit Theater at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress, 512/936-8746

  • Cooking

    Not rated, 90 min.

    Anime Brunch Club: Cartoon cooking is on the menu.

    NOON Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet

    William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (1996)

    Rated PG-13, 121 min. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, Brian Dennehy, John Leguizamo, Pete Postlethwaite, Paul Sorvino, Diane Venora, Harold Perrineau, Jesse Bradford, Christina Pickles, Miriam Margolyes, M. Emmet Walsh, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Paul Rudd.

    Brunch With the 'Boys: Luhrmann's film is a rich visual feast, besotted with acrobatic camerawork, kinetic staging, and a mind-bending aggregation of unrelated but resonant fragments of 20th century iconography. Local drag queens Cupcake and Sabel Scities host the proceedings with contests, performances, and shenanigans. Read a full review of William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet.

    3PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

    Not rated, 75 min. Directed by John S. Robertson. Starring John Barrymore.

    Live Score: Invincible Czars: In this Robert Louis Stevenson story about the duality of good and evil, a scientist creates a potion that turns him into a criminal. The Invincible Czars perform a live score to accompany the silent film.

    7:30PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • Moulin Rouge Sing-Along (2001)

    Rated PG-13, 127 min. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor.

    Movie Party

    7:25PM Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. Hwy. 183 N., 512/861-7070

  • La La Land

    La La Land (2016)

    Rated PG-13, 128 min. Directed by Damien Chazelle. Starring Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, John Legend, Rosemarie DeWitt, J.K. Simmons and Finn Wittrock.

    Open Caption: This bittersweet musical will make your heart soar. Read a full review of La La Land.

    12:20PM, 3:35PM, 7:50PM, 9:10PM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/861-7040

  • Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

    Whole Earth Provision Co. Some of the year's most inspiring action, environmental, and adventure films from the festival are featured. Proceeds benefit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. See "When Death Is on the Line," p.XX for more on the program.

    6PM Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress, 512/472-5470

SPACES
BULLOCK MUSEUM IMAX

1800 Congress, 512/936-4629

  • "Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience" (2016)

    Rated G, 45 min. Directed by Terrence Malick. Narrated by Brad Pitt.

    Terrence Malick's first foray into documentary filmmaking is this decades-in-the-making history of the universe, and it's a visually magnificent achievement that's educational, as well.

  • The LEGO Batman Movie

    The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)

    Rated PG, 104 min. Directed by Chris McKay.

    Everything is Batman in this boisterously entertaining cousin of the awesome The LEGO Movie. Channeling D.C. Comics, Christopher Nolan, and campy Sixties television, The LEGO Batman Movie elevates Emmet Brickowski’s sidekick in the original film to leading masked man in this fun-for-all follow-up that deconstructs the action hero’s brooding vigilante persona, brick-by-brick. It’s as if the Dark Knight somehow mated with the Caped Crusader, spawning a gravel-voiced bro-child (Arnett, brilliantly channeling Christian Bale) with relationship issues of every kind. (To quote the Man in Black, “Batman doesn’t do ’ships.”) The movie also serves as an origin story introducing youthful ward Dick Grayson and spunky police commissioner Barbara Gordon (aka Robin and Batgirl, respectively) to flesh out the cadre of Gotham City crime fighters our loner hero eventually learns to rely upon in the name of teamwork. The future sure looks bright for the LEGO movie franchise. Read a full review of The LEGO Batman Movie.

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