Why was 'Buried' buried? →
A fine little film about a man in a hole gets the shaft.
Select Regal theaters cut ticket prices on... →
$5 per show, all day: not too shabby.
Hey Ma: a 'Goodfellas' prequel! →
“All my life I wanted to be a TV gangster….”
That sly Mr. Coppola is making a horror movie →
OSU film prof makes publishers an offer they can't... →
Jon Lewis’s little book on “The Godfather” is released today.
Spielberg sprinkles stardust on Portland writer... →
“Robopocalypse” brings together two prolific fellas.
Your comments: Short and not always to the point →
Terse and pithy meet their match.
Reviews: life beyond life, life behind bars, a... →
This week’s new releases in Portland-area theaters.
Review: the horror behind the horror in 'A Film... →
A documentary peeks behind the awful scenes of a Nazi propaganda film.
Envy me, Max Fischer: I get all hot and sweaty... →
That was no mere yogini beside me; that was a movie star.
Levy's High Five, October 22 - 28 →
The movies playing in Portland-area theaters this week that I’d soonest see again.
Some of that 'Social Network' stuff is truer than... →
The art’s a little more like the life than we initially knew.
Movies, digital media, gaming and more: an Oregon... →
A conference tossing around ideas about where we’re all headed.
Animated soccer film from an Oscar-winning... →
The world’s game on the big screen with a twist.
JFK: too, too cool →
The hippest image of a US president in ever? I think so.
Non-exclusive! Never before seen (well, not here... →
Secret pirated footage! Because copyrights are for squares.
Adrien Brody not kissing his new horror movie →
Someone in the movie business was less than truthful about money? No!
Oregon weather -- the dry and the not -- in London →
A movie responds to homesickness by changing the weather…or does it?
John Curran on Robert De Niro's golf swing and... →
The director of “Stone” discusses his powerhouse cast and his ideas about redemption.
Gus Van Sant's 'Restless' has a trailer →
Next year’s made-in-Portland art cinema darling today.
Review: 'Red' is an expert blend of action and... →
A formula movie — old pros back on the job — is full of surprising wit and energy.
Review: 'Tall Dark Stranger' is familiar but... →
Woody Allen’s latest film is another merry-go-round of middle-class romantic woe.
Review: Performances are compelling in a muddied... →
A story of crime, punishment, guilt and redemption is chiefly interesting for the acting.
Review: 'Freakonomics' doesn't add up entirely →
A surprise hit book on ecomonics becomes a lively but slight film.
Levy's High Five, October 15 - 21 →
If I had to see five movies in the Portland area this week, these would be them.
Review: A troubled young Beatle makes a dull... →
The early days of rock legend John Lennon are pretty but bland in this biopic.
Reviews: A young Beatle, an old hit man, new... →
This week’s new releases in Portland-area movie theaters.
Your Comments: did Secretariat engage in blood... →
Why can’t we all just get along?
Morrison Bridge Given Over to Blatant Movie... →
“Red” makes its mark known in Bridgetown.
Who's a Busy Lad? Michael Giacchino, That's Who. →
If you want something scored, give it to a busy composer…..
From His Room to Our Room: Tommy Wiseau to Appear... →
The man behind a cult hit to chat with his people via Skype.
Eastern Oregon Gets Its Moment in the Film... →
We just need a festival in Malheur Lake and the whole state will be covered…..
When Banksy Met 'The Simpsons' →
The TV series allows the famed interloping artist to eviscerate both it and its corporate overlords: cool.
BendFilm Announces Big Winners →
The state’s richest film awards are distributed.
Your Comments: 'The Social Network' and the Real... →
When the facts and the fiction don’t mesh up.
Movie reviews: a man in a box, a horse on a... →
This week’s new releases in Portland-area theaters.
That Guild Theater Revival We Were Hoping For? ... →
A renaissance that’s not to be, apparently.
Review: A box of pain in 'Buried' →
A man trapped in a box provides thrills, surprises and a troubling metaphor.
Levy's High Five, October 9 - 14 →
If I had to see five movies in Portland-area theaters this week, these would be them.
Review: Franco roars in a muddled 'Howl' →
An account of a poem, its writing and its tumultuous reception is buoyed by a fine performance.
Watching People Watching Movies →
A fun ensemble of clips of moviegoing movie scenes.
Todd McCarthy resurfaces at the Retooled Hollywood... →
An estimable critic bounces back to a prominent post.
A Good Day for Bill Plympton →
A sunny-side-up Wednesday for a good egg.
A 'Howl' Premiere Worth Howling About →
Special appearances at Cinema 21 highlight a premiere.
The Portland gal whose face was bait for a sucker... →
The real person behind a false identity speaks up.
Suddenly October is Film Festival Month in Oregon →
A cornucopia of film festivals for the harvest season.
Hey Browncoats: A Big Dose of Nathan Fillion →
The captain of the Serenity takes some questions.
A Tribute to Portland Film Editor Karen Schmeer →
The final work of a daughter of the Portland film community.
Oscar tweeters: a near-definitive index →
Academy Award chatter in 140-character bites.
Mike Rich talks 'Secretariat' on the... →
Talking turf with Portland’s most successful screenwriter.