Anyone in the mood for a bit of Stanley Kubrick's brilliance can find an eclectic range of the iconic director's meticulously crafted work at the Egyptian Theatre this weekend. Thursday's double feature opens with his classic comic riff on war, "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb," followed by his cut at sexual obsession in "Lolita." Friday lifts off with "2001: A Space Odyssey," with its meditation on humanity featuring the hypnotic voice of Hal. But Saturday brings my favorite, "Full Metal Jacket," his unsparingly gritty vision of Vietnam and the cost of any war for the men on the ground — it never fails to shake me to the core. "Jacket" is the second half of a double bill that begins with the mind games of "A Clockwork Orange," which really might be a lesson in how best to watch a Kubrick film — never blink.