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HAPPY FEET 2—Sequel. Directed by George Miller (Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior). Flix, Maple Ridge, Market Arcade, New Angola, Regal Elmwood, Regal Niagara Falls, Regal Quaker, Regal Transit, Regal Walden Galleria

LIKE CRAZY—Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones improvised most of their dialogue in this romantic drama as a student couple separated when she is forced to return to England. Co-starring Jennifer Lawrence, Charlie Bewley, and Alex Kingston. Directed by Drake Doremus. Reviewed this issue. North Park

ROUNDS—Independent drama about a trio of friends in Los Angeles weathering various life crises. Starring Drew Allyn, Mark Atienza, Josh Chacona, Jill Curran, and Billy Drago. Directed by Mark Atienza. Reviewed this issue. Screens Restaurant And Sports Bar

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN—PART ONE—Sequel. Starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Michael Sheen, and Booboo Stewart. Directed by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls). Flix, Lockport Palace, Maple Ridge, Market Arcade, Regal Elmwood, Regal Niagara Falls, Regal Quaker, Regal Transit, Regal Walden Galleria, Transit Drive-In


THE FLORESTINE COLLECTION—The late experimental filmmaker Helen Hill made this animated short based on her discovery of 100 handmade dresses in a trash pile one Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans. The program also features a musical performance by Damian Weber. Fri 7 pm. Squeaky Wheel

FRIDA (2002)—Biography of the painter Frida Kahlo, who channeled the pain of a crippling injury and tempestuous marriage (to Diego Rivera) into her work. Starring Salma Hayek, Alfred Molina, Antonio Banderas and Valeria Golino. Directed by Julie Taymor (Titus). Presented as part of the Buffalo Film Seminar. Tues. 7 pm. Market Arcade

THE GENERAL (1927)—Widely considered Buster Keaton’s crowning achievement, which is to say, one of the greatest comedies in cinema history. He stars as a Southern engineer of a train during the Civil War, and the stunt sequences involving the real, full-sized locomotive are still astonishing. Fri 7:30 pm. Screening Room

THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965)—Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer in the 1965 Academy Award winner for Best Picture. It beat out Darling, Doctor Zhivago, Ship of Fools and A Thousand Clowns. Go figure. Weds 7pm. Screening Room

STOOGEFEST—Eyeballs will be poked, craniums will be smacked, and nyuk-nyuks will be nyuked by Curly, Larry and Moe, and possibly Shemp too. Sat 7 pm. Lockport Palace

CULTURE IN CINEMA: SLEEPING BEAUTY—David Hallberg, the first American ever selected to be Principal dancer at the Bolshoi Ballet, stars in this live broadcast from Moscow. Sun 10 am. Amherst

THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS—There are alien monsters in the hills of Vermont in this adaptation of the H. P. Lovecraft story, recently named “Best Film” by audiences at the Buffalo International Film Festival. Fri 9 pm. Screening Room