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  • Happening Saturday: 'Dirt! The Movie,' Parquet Courts, and more

    Happening Saturday: 'Dirt! The Movie,' Parquet Courts, and more
    -“DIRT! The Movie”: Dirt: It’s fun to garden in, fun to roll in, and fun to eat. But we often fail to recognize the intimate relationship the human race has with soil, which preceded civilization and has been continually utilized and manipulated by man and machine since humans realized we could grow and build stuff from it. Jamie Lee Curtis narrates a documentary exploring the damaged relationship between the human race and soil and how we can return to the mutually beneficial relationship we once had. 7:30 p.m., Red Emma’s, 30 W. North Ave., (443) 602-7585, redemmas.org, free. (Maura Callahan)
  • Top 10 Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theater in 2014

    Top 10 Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theater in 2014
    - “Boyhood” (Richard Linklater, United States) - “Dallas Buyers Club” (Jean-Marc Vallée, United States) - “Philomena” (Stephen Frears, United Kingdom) - “A Most Wanted Man” (Anton Corbijn, United Kingdom)...

    'Akira,' the beyond-reproach Japanese anime, plays at the Charles Theatre tonight

    'Akira,' the beyond-reproach Japanese anime, plays at the Charles Theatre tonight
    Try and imagine what the inevitable live-action Hollywood remake of "Akira" will look like: directed by some Hollywood worker bee after Darren Aronofsky is fired a few days in from a script written by Guillermo del Toro; executive-produced by...

    'Laura,' a smirking class satire masquerading as a film noir, plays at the Charles tomorrow and Monday

    'Laura,' a smirking class satire masquerading as a film noir, plays at the Charles tomorrow and Monday
    Who killed advertising superstar Laura Hunt? That's the question New York City detective McPherson (Dana Andrews) is trying to answer in this 1944 thriller. With his hat perpetually at a rakish tilt and his demeanor always set to suspicious, McPherson...

    'The Babadook' is like Roman Polanski's 'Repulsion' for moms

    'The Babadook' is like Roman Polanski's 'Repulsion' for moms
    Few ordinary aspects of life carry as much latent terror as being a parent. Frazzled, middle-aging Amelia (Essie Davis) is living the nightmare. Still traumatized by her husband’s death in a car accident, she is raising Samuel (Noah Wiseman),...