Big Miracle Nationwide Drew Barrymore and The Office’s John Krasinski make a family film. Awww. In a month known for the time in which studios dump their worst movies, this all ages flick seems to fit right in. The film follows small town news reporter (John Krasinski) and an animal-loving volunteer (Drew Barrymore) who are joined by rival world superpowers to save a family of majestic gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle. Opens 02/03 Chronicle Nationwide Hope you are not sick of the whole “found footage” film style done so well with Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield and so terribly by countless others. The sci-fi film follows three high school students who gain superhuman powers after a mysterious event and must test their friendship as things dive out of control. Opens 02/03 The Woman in Black Nationwide Daniel Radcliffe tests his post-Harry Potter box office draw power with this supernatural remake of an ’80s thriller. Radcliffe plays a lawyer who travels to a remote village that is said to be terrorized by the ghost of a scorned woman. Opens 02/03 Brazil Cedar Lee Terry Gilliam mind-messing sci-fi cluster fuggle is one of the most bizarrely original films you are ever likely to feast your eyeballs on. Jonathan Pryce plays a bureaucrat in a futuristic world in which he tries to make things right and instead finds himself running from the law. Don’t miss this chance to see the classic film on the big screen. Saturday, 02/04 at Midnight The Fall of the House of Usher Cleveland Cinematheque The painting of a portrait seems to sap the life out of the picture’s subject in Jean Epstein’s visually stunning adaptation of Poe’s famous story. This moody silent is perhaps the greatest poetic horror film ever made, with stark landscapes, dreamy slow motion, and ghostly superimpositions. Preceded at showtime by “The Three-Sided Mirror,” another Epstein silent classic in which past, present, and future merge in a story of a wealthy young businessman and his three lovers. Saturday, 02/04 at 5 p.m. Sunday, 02/05 at 6:30 p.m. You Are All Captains Cleveland Cinematheque In this meta-movie that bridges the worlds of documentary and fiction, Spanish filmmaker Oliver Laxe plays “Oliver,” a European film director who leads a filmmaking workshop for a group of disadvantaged local children in Tangier, Morocco. Though the plan is to have the kids tell their own stories on film, the reality finds them “enslaved” by Oliver’s own vision of the project, and they rebel. Winner of the Int’l Critics Prize at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Saturday, 02/04 at 6:50 p.m. Sunday, 02/05 at 8:20 p.m. Time Regained Cleveland Cinematheque Catherine Deneuve, Emmanuelle Béart, and John Malkovich head an all-star cast in this lavish film version of the final volume of Marcel Proust’s literary epic “Remembrance of Things Past.” Often mentioned as the finest work by Chilean-born filmmaker and surrealist Raúl Ruiz (who died last August), “Time Regained” turns Proust’s elegy to the past into a baroque kaleidoscope of characters and incidents inhabiting the mind and imagination of a dying writer. Saturday, 02/04 at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, 02/05 at 3 p.m.