I'm eyeing a double bill of Melinda and Melinda and The Interpreter at the Loews Harvard Square. I don't have much interest in the latter, even taking into account Matt Zoller Seitz's rave in the NY Press last week where he decries "hipster" critics who only like directors "who italicize every personal or artistic touch to make sure no one misses their cleverness." (Sounds like someone's been cozying up a little too tightly with Big Brother Armond.) But, the Loews Harvard is one of the easier theatres to hop around in, so I try not to pay for only one film every time I go there.
There's also a tempting Look at Me and Turtles Can Fly possibility at the Kendall.