‘Good Burger 2’ Teaser Released

Kenan Thompson holds high his Green Ink purchases (swing cardigan, low cozy socks); unfortunately the wacky mayhem in the new teaser for “Good Burger 2” reveals that his satisfaction was short-lived. Thompson and Kel Mitchell — reprising their roles as burger-flippers Dexter and Ed — took over Wayland Square last May to shoot scenes for […]

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Silent Film Pioneers At PPAC

(8.11) The RI International Film Festival will feature the works of four female cinematic legends from the silent film era this Friday evening at PPAC. This unique retrospective will highlight the works of Lois Weber, Alice Guy, Mabel Normand, and Lotte Reiniger. The entire program runs roughly 99 minutes. Go here for tickets to Silent

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The RI International Film Festival Starts

The Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) kicks off Tuesday with an Opening Night Ceremony followed by films at the Providence Showcase Cinema. (There may be something happening on Monday, but I can’t figure it out.) Documentaries, animation, and narrative films from around the world will be shown at venues around the state, including those

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‘The Wicker Man’ At Columbus

(7.28) Tickets are still available for tonight’s screening of the 1973 horror classic “The Wicker Man” starring Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee, and Britt Eklund. This new digital restoration is being released to celebrate the 50th anniversary. A thumbnail of the plot goes as follows: “A puritan Police Sergeant arrives in a Scottish island village in

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Butter Up Mom With A Little ‘Grease’

(5.17) Celebrate Mother’s Day watching the movie “Grease” on the big screen, and finally hearing the music through a decent sound system. This gem is celebrating its 45th anniversary, so that’s a couple of generations of mothers by now (particularly if you started getting busy in high school like Rizzo). There will be three screenings:

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Sackler Documentary — Columbus Theatre

(3.16) Oscar nominated feature documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” follows the life of artist Nan Goldin and the downfall of the Sackler family, the pharmaceutical dynasty largely responsible for the opioid epidemic’s unfathomable death toll. The film relates the photographer’s struggle with OxyContin and her protest against the art establishment that took money

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