Movie Lounge – April 6

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Movie Lounge – April 6

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.

Two other movie events of note: on Saturday, April 7 the Providence Children’s Film Festival is hosting their annual Adults Only Movie Night fundraiser, featuring actual submissions that would never belong in a children’s film festival. Also, the Ivy League Film Festival happens at Brown from April 9-15. Most of the feature films are already sold out, so that’s why they’re not listed here, but there might be tickets available for other programming.

April 6 – April 12

1. Chappaquiddick
directed by John Curran
voiced by Kate Mara, Clancy Brown, and Olivia Thirlby
playing daily at all the big movie theaters* (except Warwick Mall)


2. Isle of Dogs
animated
directed by Wes Anderson
voiced by Bryan Cranston, Koyu Rankin, Edward Norton
playing daily at Avon Cinema, Showcase Warwick, Jane Pickens Theater, and Mystic Luxury Cinemas


3. Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)
directed by George Miller
starring Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston
screening Thursday 4/12 at Showcase Cinemas (Providence Place/Warwick only)


4. Weekends (위켄즈)
documentary
Korean with English subtitles
directed by Lee Dong-Ha
screening Saturday April 7 as part of Queer Korea at Brown (7pm)


5. A Quiet Place
directed by John Krasinski
starring Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, and Noah Jupe
playing daily at all the big movie theaters


6. Blockers
directed by Kay Cannon
starring Leslie Mann, John Cena, and Ramona Young
playing daily at all the big movie theaters*


7. The Death of Stalin
directed by Armando Iannucci
starring Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale, and Jeffrey Tambor
playing daily at Cable Car Cinema and Mystic Luxury Cinemas


8. A Woman of No Importance (1936)
directed by Hans Steinhoff
starring Gustaf Gründgens, Käthe Dorsch, and Friedrich Kayßler
screening Wednesday 4/11 at Showcase Cinemas Warwick (7pm)
note: WHY is an obscure German Oscar Wilde adaptation from 1936 playing at a Showcase?!?


9. Unsane
directed by Steven Soderbergh
starring Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, Jay Pharoah
playing daily at all the big movie theaters*


10. Frenzy (Abluka) (2015)
directed by Emin Alper
starring Mehmet Özgür, Berkay Ates, and Tülin Özen
playing Tuesday 3/10 at Watson Institute (7pm)

Also opening this week

Spinning Man
Chal Mohan Ranga
The Miracle Season

Still in Theaters

Black Panther (**** 1/2) (all the big movie theaters*)
Game Night(*** 1/2) (Showcase Cinemas Providence/Seekonk/Warwick Mall and Route One Cinema Pub)
Coco (East Providence 10)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (East Providence 10 and Route One Cinema Pub)

* All the big movie theaters:
Cinemaworld Lincoln
Entertainment South Kingstown
Island Cinema 10
Regal Cinemas Stadium Swansea
Showcase Cinemas North Attleboro
Showcase Cinemas Providence Place
Showcase Cinemas Seekonk
Showcase Cinemas Warwick
Showcase Cinemas Warwick Mall

**At the moment Regal Cinemas Swansea – and for that matter the whole Regal Cinemas chain – is owned by Anschutz Entertainment Group, which I don’t recommend supporting. But the chain was recently sold and the transition is supposed to happen by March.