The Gateway Film Center wraps up its Late Night Pride month with this 1998 John Waters comedy. Surprisingly sweet, it's probably as close as Waters has come to going mainstream - which is to say, no one eats a dog turd.

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The Gateway Film Center wraps up its Late Night Pride month with this 1998 John Waters comedy. Surprisingly sweet, it's probably as close as Waters has come to going mainstream - which is to say, no one eats a dog turd.

"The Art of the Steal"

This doc digs into one of the art world's most fascinating controversies - the struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a private art collection valued at $25 billion.

"Babies"

A cute if tiring experiment, this doc follows four kids from different cultures through their first year, using an unobtrusive single camera and no voiceover.

3 stars

"Brain Candy"

This feature-length film from the Kids in the Hall crew, screening at Studio 35 this weekend, revolves around a powerful antidepressant.

"City Island"

A suburban family's thrown into chaos when they discover everyone's hiding secrets.

"Flow"

The Ohio Environmental Council's new Green Screen monthly series at Gateway Film Center debuts with this doc about the World Water Crisis.

"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"

A moody murder-mystery, the Swedish-language adaptation is lucky to have landed Noomi Rapace for the "tough but damaged" lead role.

3.5 stars

"The Good, the Bad, the Weird"

A Cannes favorite, this South Korean Western was inspired by Sergio Leone's classic "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."

"Iron Man 2"

Robert Downey Jr. and his magical mechanical suit are back for more thrills, thankfully avoiding the villain-overload that's plagued other sequels.

3 stars

"Just Wright"

Common and Queen Latifah team up for this rom-com about a straight-shooting physical therapist who falls for a pro baller.

"Kick-Ass"

Irreverent and violent, this DIY take on superhero angst is smart and witty enough that it shouldn't be relegated to cult status.

3.5 stars

"Letters to Juliet"

This shameless romance finds Amanda Seyfried and Gael Garcia Bernal tied in long-lost-love knots with Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Egan. Bring a date.

3 stars

"Lourdes"

A wheelchair-bound young woman (Sylvie Testud) makes a life-changing journey to the iconic pilgrimage site in the Pyrenees Mountains in this French flick.

"MacGruber"

Go in with relatively low expectations and you'll be mildly surprised by this SNL spinoff/"MacGyver" ripoff.

2 stars

"A Nightmare on Elm Street"

A faithful reboot of Wes Craven's classic bedtime bloodbath features updated effects and a solid lead, with Jackie Earle Haley filling Freddy's sweater.

3 stars