“BAD BOYS” The ongoing Double Vision screening series serves up a double-feature of the 1958 juvenile delinquent/marijuana-hysteria flick The Cool and the Crazy and the more recent, and more reasoned, behind-bars documentary Real Time: A Youth Prison. At the Bohemian Coffee House Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
THE BRIDE WORE BLACK François Truffaut does Hitchcock, sorta, as a young woman (Jeanne Moreau) systematically murders the men who made her a widow. At the Charles Theatre March 1 at 9 p.m.
DR. SEUSS’ THE LORAX The beloved and eerily somber children’s ecological fable gets an animated 3D film adaptation. It’s one thing that this is happening at all, but if they gave it a chipper, upbeat ending we swear we will burn Universal Pictures to the ground and say the Earth Liberation Front did it. Opens March 2.
GENIUS WITHIN: THE INNER LIFE OF GLENN GOULD Michèle Hozer and Peter Raymont’s 2009 documentary about the idiosyncratic classical pianist Glenn Gould comes to the Charles Revival Series. Two shows only. At the Charles Theatre March 3 at noon and March 5 at 7 p.m.
HOW TASTY WAS MY LITTLE FRENCHMAN Nelson Pereira dos Santos’ cult-y black comedy centers on a Frenchman (Arduino Colasanti) in 16th-century colonial Brazil who finds himself the captive of an Indian tribe, then a guest, then the entrée. At 2640 Space March 7 at 7 p.m.
THE INHERITORS Austrian director Stefan Ruzowitzky’s 1998 period piece focuses on a group of put-upon peasants who inherit a murdered farmer’s land, sparking off all sorts of tensions with other landowners and among themselves. Part of the ongoing Bridges to the World international film festival. At Towson University’s Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium March 2 at 7 p.m.
PROJECT X A teen comedy in which three high school students throw a rager that rages out of their control. Opens March 2.
TOURNÉES FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY FRENCH CINEMA Johns Hopkins University is sponsoring its third annual festival/screening series devoted to contemporary French film, continuing this week with Claire Denis’ White Material (March 1), Christophe Honoré’s Love Songs (March 2), and François Ozon’s Potiche (March 5). See citypaper.com/tournees2012 for reviews and venues. All screenings take place on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus at 7:30 p.m.
THE WOMEN ON THE 6TH FLOOR A French film in which a Parisian couple have their staid lives enriched by contact by a cadre of Spanish maids. Opens March 2 at the Charles Theatre.