Rank Films didnt like that too much perhaps it was the full-frontal or the necrophilia that put them over the edge? which led to a spokesman for the company calling it a sick film for sick people by sick people. And since you and all of your friends fall into that audience category, you should check it out tonight at the Upper East Side Garden (7244 Biscayne Blvd., behind Divine Trash, Miami), the adorable Miami green space that shows cool, nearly-impossible-to-find-films (this one was finally released in the U.S. on Criterion). Thursday nights will soon become the best bargain of your week: Seven bucks gets you popcorn, a cocktail, and a movie. Toss a few more dollars in the donation bucket and get another cocktail and a round of artfully constructed putt-putt in the Back Nine. The garden opens at 5 p.m.; Bad Timing starts at 7. Visit http://web.mac.com/uppereastsidegarden.
Thu., Feb. 28, 7 p.m., 2008