• From One, Two, Three, which screened yesterday

The Music Box Theatre organized its Billy Wilder series so that the director’s three films in black-and-white wide-screen—The Apartment, Kiss Me, Stupid, and One, Two, Three—played on three successive weekends, thus forming a little retrospective within the retrospective. These screenings made for some of my most pleasurable moviegoing this summer, as I’m a sucker for that format and jump at any opportunity to see it on the big screen. Seeing it three Sunday mornings in a row would have been a treat even if the films in question hadn’t been Billy Wilder comedies. (If you missed these screenings, the Music Box will present Otto Preminger’s Bonjour Tristesse, which is partly in black-and-white ‘Scope, on August 18 and 19.)