See this film: Rubber at the Somerville Theatre

The puns about this film may be getting tiresome, but if you can spare a couple of hours you might find that Quentin Dupieux's Rubber (2010) will jack up some excitement. You might say its tale of a mute, telepathic, murderous automobile tire treads familiar ground, recalling John Carpenter's Christine and Steven Spielberg's Duel. Check it out at midnight to see if there's any mileage left in the old premise or if it's just spinning its wheels. It screens at the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Somerville | Fri, June 24-Sat, June 25 at midnight | $8; $5 seniors |

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