Although you might not know it from such recent releases
as Marmaduke and Vampires Suck, Fox studios
has over the years released some of Hollywood's best films - as this weekend's "20th Century Fox 75th Anniversary"
series at the Brattle Theatre attests. You can see for yourself with tomorrow's trio
of features: Alan Arkin's directorial debut, the seldom screened black-comic
gem Little Murders
(1971; 2:45 + 7:30 pm); Robert Altman's breakthrough masterpiece, M*A*S*H (1970; 12:15 + 5
pm); and John Carpenter's kung fu classic Big
Trouble in Little China (1986; 9:45 pm). The Brattle is at 40 Brattle
St, Cambridge | November 27 | $9.75; $7.75 matinees, students; $6.75 seniors
| 617.876.6837 or brattlefilm.org.