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CRITICS’PICKS

What to do if you’ve caught all the Oscar nominees or are just sick of the hype? Tonight at the Egyptian Theatre, catch the tail-end of the “Otto Preminger: The Man Who Would Be King” series with a code-defying double-feature of the risque romantic comedy “The Moon Is Blue,” starring William Holden, David Niven and Maggie McNamara, and the crazy “Man With a Golden Arm,” starring Frank Sinatra as a junkie. Friday through Feb. 7 at the Nuart, experience Alain Resnais’ gorgeously mystifying “Last Year at Marienbad,” winner of the Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion in 1961.


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