Michael Rowe, hallelujah.
Looking at dark matter and dark energy. Sounds very SAD.
K-Fed guests. Sounds very sad.
Filmmaker Andrew Jenks (below left), 19, spent his summer living in an assisted living facility in Florida. This documentary is the result of his experience, during which he bonded with some of the residents, including a feisty 95-year-old lady named Tammy. His question: Does this country understand the important value of its older citizens?
I'd rather open a bottle of Ajax.
A World War II Resistance epic turned upside down and shaken until its brains rattle. From Paul Verhoeven, of course. Carice van Houten plays a Jewish spy who gets too close to a handsome Hauptsturmfuhrer (Sebastian Koch, from "The Lives of Others"). It's exuberant popcorn subversion, and you'll either come out wondering who you were rooting for (and why) or recoil from the assault on taste. In Dutch and German, with subtitles. (R; runs through Jan. 24) - Ty Burr