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50/50, Dream House, The Holy Mountain, Elevator to the Gallows, Shoot the Piano Player, What's Eating Gilbert Grape?, What's Your Number?

50/50

Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen star in a comedy about a cancer diagnosis. Yep.

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Opens Sept. 30.

DREAM HOUSE

Dreamy power couple Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz topline what looks like a pro forma supernatural thriller from director Jim Sheridan (

My Left Foot

,

In the Name of the Father

,

In America

), of all people.

Opens Sept. 30.

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN

Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 quasi-allegorical mindblow classic retains its crazed power. And public screenings don’t come along every week, or even every decade.

p.m.

ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS

Director Louis Malle’s 1958 debut is an adroit French noir starring Jeanne Moreau and Maurice Ronet, with a slick jazz score by Miles Davis to sweeten the pot.

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At the Charles Theatre Sept. 29 at 9

p.m.

SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER

The Charles Theatre’s Best of Baltimore-winning revival series returns to François Truffaut with the director’s wry 1960 noir about a dive-bar pianist (Charles Aznavour) with a secret and gang ties that pull him back in, so to speak.

At the Charles Theatre Oct. 1 at noon and Oct. 3 at 7

p.m.

WHAT'S EATING GILBERT GRAPE?

This Boy's Life

established Leonardo DiCaprio as a talent to watch, but it was Lasse Hallstrom’s oddball 1993 film about an oddball family (headed by Johnny Depp) that made him a minor star.

WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER?

True fact: Any romantic comedy starring ruling comic actor Anna Faris is probably worth seeing.

Opens Sept. 30.

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