These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming now include “Shirley” and more back at The Brattle; Nicolas Cage in “Pig” and the films “Gunpowder Milkshake,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and the harrowing “Caged.”
Finally the “Black Widow” backstory drops after long being held back because of Covid. It could be subtitled “Family Business,” as Black Widow Natasha Romanoff, played for a final time by Scarlett Johansson, has a whole family of super spies with super abilities.
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming now look at Steven Soderbergh’s HBO Max neo-noir “No Sudden Move,” a weak “Tomorrow War” and “Boss Baby” and a raft of intriguing pop culture documentaries on Lydia Lunch, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams, and more
The Landmark Kendall Square Cinema entices people back to the big screen with a week of discounts, The Brattle prepares to enlarge everything you streamed at home in 2020 and new releases arrive for review: “Too Late,” “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” and “12 Mighty Orphans.”
The Evergreen day care and preschool, a nonprofit serving area families since 1989, needs donations for relocating between buildings on the Sancta Maria Nursing Facility after setbacks caused by the coronavirus.
With most area cinemas open, here’s news about Apple Cinemas and the Somerville Theatre, as well as what to watch during this Pride Month and a look at two new flicks: The somewhat true “Edge of the World” and a “Conjuring” horror sequel with a love story you may not believe.
Nothing against golf, but this is a matter of equity. The numbers tell the story: 50 acres reserved for the use of 8,000 people with 44,000 annual visitations; 10 acres reserved for the use of the general public with 500,000 visitations.
Public meetings this week look at a tear gas law, Alewife rezoning and whether to rein in some coronavirus reopenings; how to search for a next city manager; a cannabis shop pitched for Harvard Square; a proposed school district budget for next fiscal year; and more.