This week’s new openings in Portland-area theaters.
Do younger viewers appreciate “Inception” more than us older folks?
A Hollywood remake of a French comedy amounts to a souffle without much air in it.
If I had to see five movies in Portland-area theaters this week, these would be them.
Oliver Stone’s muddy guide to a new generation of South American political leaders.
Who makes short shorts? YOU make short shorts!
The Oregon Trail leads to Piazza San Marco
Watch a student film from the man who made this summer’s best — and smartest — film.
How a Beatles song wound up in a new film.
The squeaky weasel gets the (popcorn) grease
Oliver Stone, meet Mel Gibson….in purgatory….
Pondering a play’s relationship to the work of a master of self-reference
The Bechdel Test finds Hollywood failing female audiences.
…and all our reporters had two legs, thankyouverymuch!
This week’s new releases in Portland-area theaters.
A vicious and harsh — and very faithful — adaptation of Jim Thompson’s portrait of a psychopath.
Alain Resnais’ latest isn’t up to his best, but you can’t dismiss such a storied veteran outright.
If I had to see five movies in the Portland area this week, these would be them.
Oregonian film critic Shawn Levy discusses “Restrepo,” “The Killer Inside Me” and the theme that unites them.
A moving documentary embeds you in life in the most dangerous outpost in the war.