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Legion Might Be Long-Term Relationship Material

Or It Could All Crash and Burn

A United Kingdom: When Love Actually Wins

Love! Drama! Politics!

Mayhem and Melancholy

Logan Isn’t Just a Great Superhero Movie. It’s a Great Movie.

Breaking the Niche

POW Fest 2017: More Inclusive, More Interesting

Kedi Is Cute, but It’s Also Smart

A New Documentary About Cats Shows a Rarely Seen Side of Istanbul

Things to Do Film: March 3-9

This week: Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe, Krzysztof Kiéslowski’s Dekalog, and a Timely Return of Starship Troopers

Thee Most Unforgettable Oscars in the History of the Human Race

A Climactic Mix-Up Leads to a Well-Deserved Win

Blood and Desperation

I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore: A Portland-Shot, Sundance-Winning Comedy Thriller

Get Out of White Suburbia

Jordan Peele’s Directorial Debut Hits Horror, Satire, and Race

King Kong Lives

Kong: Long Live the King: A Tribute to All Things Kong

The Simple, Beautiful Fable of The Red Turtle


Things To Do Film: February 24-March 2

A Zombie Nightmare, Latin American Animation, and More!

The Hollywood Theatre's Airport Microcinema Will Open February 23

Travelers Can Kick Back with Local—and Free—Short Films

Taking a Journey Here Tonight...With Renaissance Man David Duchovny

He Acts! He Directs! He Writes! He... Sings?

You’ll Never Think About Sexy Mermaids the Same Way Again

The Lure: There's Some Tail Sex Stuff.

Things To Do Film: February 17-23

This Week: Pedro Almodóvar, Billy Dee Williams, and Eternal Sunshine

Dog-Lizards vs. Architecture: Who Will Win??

The Great Wall Is Silly and Fun

David Duchovny Through the Ages

An Authoritative Timeline of David Duchovny Through the Ages

A Mysterious and Strange Cure for Wellness

Let’s Go to Dracula Hospital!

Universal Harvester’s Movie Madness

Checking Out John Darnielle’s New Novel



Santa Clarita Diet: Netflix’s Cannibal Sitcom Needs More Bite

Family First.

Pam Grier—and a Whole Lot More—at the Portland Black Film Festival

We Talk to Curator David F. Walker About the Fest’s Must-Sees


A Careful and Critical Analysis of John Wick: Chapter 2

Life Lessons and Lego Batman

Everything Is Still Awesome (Mostly)

You Deserve Better Than Fifty Shades Darker

We All Do.

PIFF Notes

A Guide to the Portland International Film Festival’s 40th Year

Things to Do Film: February 10-16

This Week: A Sopping Wet Ryan Gosling, the Wachowskis' Bound, and More

The Dark Universe of The Expanse

A Much-Needed Guide for Surviving the Future

Rings: That Creepy Dead Girl Just KEEPS COMING BACK

A Reboot with Duplication Errors

Beware the Slenderman—and a Lot of Other Things

HBO’s Documentary Carries on a True Crime Tradition: Leaving Out the Victim

The Space Trash of The Space Between Us

In Which Gary Oldman Watches Teens Make Out

The Young Pope Is Ridiculous and Great

Paolo Sorrentino Examines Unchecked Power. And a Kangaroo.

Things to Do Film: February 3-9

This Week: Say Anything, Kurosawa's Throne of Blood, and the slow-motion delights of Ghost in the Shell

The Erdmann Cometh

Toni Erdmann Will Set Your Priorities Straight

Things To Do Film: January 27-February 2

This Week: Carrie Fisher, Neruda, and Waterboarded Puppies

The Legend of McConaughey's Gold

Where's Curly When We Need Him?


With Julieta, Pedro Almodóvar Riffs on Alice Munro

Resident Evil Actor Ryan McCluskey: The Resident Evinterview

Of Zombies, Doomed Elevators, and Spilled Coffee

La La Land Is Beautiful and Good

Between the Buns: Burgers and Betrayal

Michael Keaton plays The Founder of McDonald's

Things To Do Film

This Week: 1984, a 50-Foot-Tall Woman, and Mormons in Space

M. Night Shyamalan's Bananas Split

The Twist Is That It's Okay!

Annette Bening Shines in 20th Century Women

That's Right. The Women Are Smarter.
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