The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 Cleveland Cinematheque Made entirely from 16mm footage shot between 1967 and 1975 by a group of Swedish journalists documenting the Black Power Movement in the United States, this new documentary was edited together by a contemporary Swedish filmmaker. Thursday, 02/09 at 6:45 p.m. Friday, 02/10 at 9:15 p.m. Charlotte Rampling: The Look Cleveland Cinematheque The aloof, enigmatic, now 65-year-old star of “The Night Porter,” “The Swimming Pool,” and many other movies talks with friends and artistic collaborators about topics ranging from age and beauty to demons, desire, and death. Breaking up the conversations are clips from Rampling’s notable films: Woody Allen’s “Stardust Memories,” Laurent Cantet’s “Heading South,” François Ozon’s “Under the Sand,” Sidney Lumet’s “The Verdict,” and others. Thursday, 02/09 at 8:45 p.m. Saturday, 02/11 at 7:20 p.m. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Nationwide The sequel to the hit family adventure film Journey to the Center of the Earth has Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson filling in for Brendan Fraser in hopes for a bigger draw during a rather droll month. Josh Hutcherson’s lead character this time out teams up with his mom’s boyfriend to find his grandfather, who has gone missing on a mysterious island. Opens 02/10 Safe House Nationwide Heavyweights Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds pair up for an action thriller about a young CIA agent who must move a criminal from a safe house to another secure location after rebel soldiers destroy it. Expect an above average flick from these two actors that rarely disappoint. Opens 02/10 The Vow Nationwide Those looking for another overtly dramatic love fest can rest assured that this flick fits that bill. A sudden car accident jeopardizes a newlywed couple (played by Rachel McAdam and Channing Tatum) by leaving the wife in a coma. Waking later with a serious case of memory loss, her husband must do all it takes to once again help her fall in love with him. Bring some tissues or a pillow depending on your gender. Opens 02/10 Wild Style Cleveland Cinematheque The first and greatest hip-hop movie captures the South Bronx beginnings of the cultural explosion heard ‘round the world, with its DJ’s, MC’s, graffiti artists, breakdancers, and rappers. Celebrated subway scribbler Lee Quiñones stars as a fictional version of himself, but the movie’s main draw is its music, which features performances by Fab 5 Freddy, Grandmaster Flash, Lady Pink, the Cold Crush Brothers, and others. Friday, 02/10 at 7:30 p.m. October Cleveland Cinematheque Statues are razed, palaces stormed, and governments toppled in Eisenstein’s tenth-anniversary tribute to the 1917 Russian Revolution. This dazzling, innovative silent film ran into censorship problems in the USSR and elicited the first charges of elitist “formalism” against the filmmaking titan. Saturday, 02/11 at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, 02/12 at 8:35 p.m. Mother Cleveland Cinematheque This electrifying first feature chronicles a peasant woman’s radicalization during the Russian Revolution of 1905. At the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair it was voted one of the 12 best movies ever made. Thursday, 02/16 at 6:45 p.m.