Movie Lounge – March 3, 2016

Logan (James Mangold, 2017)

Movie Lounge – March 3, 2016

Movie Lounge is a feature at Law And Order Party where we list ten movies screening this week that we might not have actually seen but which we’re presenting as a ranked list, anyway, based on how much they might be worth checking out. Because this week features overlap between the Providence Children’s Film Festival and the Providence French Film Festival, we’re stretching the list of titles to twelve.

FEBRUARY 24 – MARCH 2

Still In Theaters

Moonlight (*****) (Showcase Warwick / Avon Cinema / East Providence 10 / Route One Cinema Pub)
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (****) (East Providence 10)
Arrival (*** 1/2) (East Providence 10)
Patriots Day (*** 1/2) (Route One Cinema Pub)
La La Land (***) (Cinemaworld Lincoln / Island Cinemas / Entertainment South Kingstown / Showcase Cinemas Providence Place / Seekonk / Warwick / North Attleboro)
Swagger (Cable Car Cinema – Saturday only)
Get Out (all the big movie theaters)
Hidden Figures (all the big movie theaters)
Lion (Cinemaworld Lincoln / Route One Cinema Pub / Showcase Cinemas Providence Place and Warwick)
Manchester By The Sea (Showcase Cinemas Warwick)

Logan
Directed by James Mangold
Starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Dafne Keen
playing at all the big movie theaters


2. I Knew Her Well (1965)
Italian with English subtitles
Directed by Antonio Pietrangeli
Starring Stefania Sandrelli, Nino Manfredi, and Ugo Tognazzi
playing Wednesday at the Granoff Center (7pm) as part of Cinema Ritrovato at Brown


3. I Am Not Your Negro
documentary
directed by Raoul Peck
narrated by Samuel L. Jackson
featuring James Baldwin, Dick Cavett, and Shumerria Harris
playing at Jane Pickens Cinema (Friday-Sunday) and Cable Car Cinema (Tuesday only)


4. Frantz
French and German with English subtitles
directed by François Ozon
starring Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner
Saturday (3/4) at Cable Car Cinema as part of Providence French Film Festival


5. All About Eve (1950)
Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and George Sanders
Sunday and Wednesday only at Showcase Cinemas (Providence Place / Warwick) and Regal Cinemas Swansea


6. Table 19
directed by Jeffrey Blitz
starring Anna Kendrick, Tony Revolori, and Lisa Kudrow
opens Friday at Showcase Cinemas (Providence Place / Warwick) and Cinemaworld Lincoln


7. A United Kingdom
directed by Amma Asante
starring David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, and Tom Felton
opens Friday at Avon Cinema and Jane Pickens Theater


8. Far From Men (2014)
French with English subtitles
directed by David Oelhoffen
starring Viggo Mortensen, Reda Kateb, and Jérémie Vigot
plays Tuesday (4pm) at URI as part of URI French Film Festival


9. Forgotten Farms
documentary
Directed by Dave Simonds
plays Tuesday (6pm) at Portsmouth Abbey Auditorium; presented by NewportFilm


10. Chicago (2002)
directed by Rob Marshall
starring Richard Gere, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Renee Zellweger
playing Thursday (7pm) at Warwick Public Library as part of their Oscar Winning Musicals series