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WATCH: Three to see - Matt's picks for Day 3 of the 2019 Milwaukee Film Festival

It's time for my three to see for Day 3 of the 2019 Milwaukee Film Festival. Or more like four to see. Actually, five. Listen, when the lineup is as good as the film festival's this year, I can't help but break my own rules and go a little overboard.

You see, if you follow OnMilwaukee on Instagram – and you definitely should – you'll notice that my picks for the day included "Bleed Out." Unfortunately, that screening started an hour ago, and unless you stole that DeLorean from out front of the Oriental yesterday, that would make it pretty hard to attend at this point. (You should still definitely seek out "Bleed Out," though; check out HBO, which premiered the medical doc earlier this year.)

So, to make up for that snafu, I've tossed in an extra pick in this batch of festival flicks. And then another extra one, because I'm a mad man. Here's my three to see for Day 3 – from one of Hollywood's most notorious flops to one of film's greatest documentaries and a 3-D cinematic experience. Because what better way to ring in Day 3 than with three dimensions!

  • "Long Day's Journey Into Night" in 3-D will screen at 1:45 p.m. at the Oriental Theatre (If you're not a 3-D fan, the film screens again at the Oriental Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 24 in traditional 2-D)
  • "Paris is Burning" will screen at 6 p.m. at the Oriental Theatre
  • "You Don't Nomi" will screen at 9 p.m. at the Oriental Theatre ("Showgirls" shows afterward at 11:30 p.m.)

For more of Matt's picks, read his 11 must-sees of the Milwaukee Film Festival. For more festival coverage, click here. And for now, we'll see you at the movies!

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