After landing with a thud in 2001, Richard Kelly's intoxicating, time-twisting teen drama has grown into a bona fide cinematic classic. This weekend, the Egyptian gives its midnight slot to Donnie Darko's superior director's cut, which adds some plot, extends some shots, swaps some music ("Never Tear Us Apart"!), and reveals Kelly's messy masterwork as the most extravagantly accomplished high-school flick since The Last Picture Show. (MVP of the star-studded cast: Mary McDonnell, who in a just world would've been nominated for an Oscar.) (Egyptian Theatre, 801 E Pine St, 323-4978. Midnight, $9.50.)

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