Hard to believe it’s been 20 years since director Adrian Lyne, the hand behind such provocative, erotic thrillers as “Fatal Attraction,” “9½ Weeks” and “Indecent Proposal” has helmed a film. Much has happened, namely the #MeToo movement, that might make one wonder how well an Adrian Lyne film will do in this day and age.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include three works by or about groundbreaking women, including Ida Lupino, Harvard alum Jennifer Brea and Jamie Babbitt, as well as repertory fare from The Brattle and Somerville Theatre and reviews of “Fresh,” “Compartment Number 6” and “The Adam Project.”
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include a DocYard screening and Q&A for “El Father Plays Himself” at The Brattle and the repertory theater’s series on “More of the Best of 2021,” Sydney Poitier and Hungarian filmmaker Márta Mészáros; there’s more John Travolta-Nicolas Cage pairings at The Somerville Theater too.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week includes the Everything is Terrible! Kidz Klub Tour coming to The Brattle, the arrival of the Somerville Theater’s John Travolta-Nicolas Cage series and reviews of “Studio 666,” “Lust Life Love” and “Gasoline Alley.”
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include the latest pull at a “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and a putrid “Pursuit,” but also the devastating “Sundown,” delightfully weird “Strawberry Mansion” and feel-good “Dog.” The DocYard screens “Rock Bottom Riser” and there’s lots to look forward to at The Brattle and Somerville Theatre.
These looks at what’s on the big screen in the coming week include a bunch of Valentine’s Day selections including the rom-coms “Marry Me” and “I Want You Back,” classics “The Philadelphia Story” and “The Princess Bride” and the slightly more fantastical “The Sky is Everywhere.” There’s also plenty more, from science fiction to a toonfest for school break.