From Cronenberg to Tarantino, Here’s What You Should Be Seeing This Weekend in NYC

 

In terms of film, this is a good week to be sick or helplessly in love—which I suppose, are generally the same thing. But between Brandon Cronenberg’s bloody good first feature Antiviral, Todd Hayne’s brilliantly frightening Safe, and Terrence Malick’s latest poem of emotion and grace To the Wonder, there are plenty of painful and gorgeous movies to sink your teeth into. And after the death of beloved film critic and cinematic enthusiast Roger Ebert last week, we should be encouraged more than ever to go to the movies, to enjoy the art of film, and truly have an experience at the cinema. So this weekend, curl up in a darkened theater and see everything from Quentin Tarantino’s first fantastically gory feature to Kubrick’s horrific masterpiece, and a bit of something for everyone in between. I’ve rounded up the best in what’s playing throughout New York so peruse the list and enjoy.

 

 

IFC Center

Antiviral

2001: A Space Odyssey

Beverly Hills Cop

Play Misty For Me

Room 237

Simon Killer

Upstream Color

The Shining

 

 

 

 

 

BAM

 

Spirited Away

Porco Rosso

Howl’s Moving Castle

Kiki Delivery Service

 

 

 

 

 

Museum of the Moving Image

Febre do Rato (Rat Fever)

Y Sin Embargo

Las Cosas Como Son (Things the Way They Are)

 

 

 

 

Nitehawk Cinema

It’s a Disaster

Trance

Spring Breakers

Burnt Offerings

Inner Space

Room 237

A League of Their Own

A Skin Too Few

 

 

 

 

Film Forum

The Gatekeepers

Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner

Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

House of Bamboo

The Adventures of Robin Hood

 

 

 

 

 

Landmark Sunshine

Reservoir Dogs

To the Wonder

The Angels’ Share

 

 

 

 

Cinema Village

The Brass Teapot

Lore 

American Meat

Bert Stern: Original Mad Man

Israel Film Center Festival

 

 

 

Film Society Lincoln Center

To the Wonder

Bye Bye Brazil

No Place on Earth

Funny Face

Subway to the Stars

The Big City

 

 

 

MoMA

Safe
Never on a Sunday
The Golem
Chuck and Buck
Fury
The Trouble with Money

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