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The Bad Kids 

When: Tue., Oct. 18 2016
Every Tuesday evening from now through November 22, Cleveland Cinemas offers movie fans to see a new documentary feature at its Capitol Theatre, where the films will screen for a one-night only engagement. The series arrives on the heels of the Capitol Selects series, which began this summer and devoted one screen at the theater in Gordon Square to week-long engagements of foreign, classic and documentary films. As with most documentaries, the strength of the films included in the Fall Docs Series lie both in their wildly diverse subject matter (from chess phenom Magnus Carlsen to Japan X to The Fantastic Four) and in their unique and vivid storytelling methods. At least for the foreseeable future, you'll have something to do on Tuesday nights. Tonight at 7:30, the theater shows The Bad Kids, a movie that uses a vérité-style approach in its approach as it follows at-risk students at an alternative high school in the Mojave Desert. Regular admission rates apply. (Sam Allard)


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