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GLOW Chop-Drops Stereotypes

The New Netflix Series Is Campy and Contemplative

Growing Old with The Hero

Sad Sam Elliott

Things to Do Film: June 23-29

This Week: The Hero, The Bad Batch, and the Borg on the Big Screen

Ana Lily Amirpour Strikes Out with Her Latest

The Guns, Cannibals, and Revenge of The Bad Batch

Gender-fluid Hodgepodge

Experience a Digital Restoration of Funeral Parade of Roses

Things to Do Film: June 16-22

It's a Good Week to Go Repertory: Fantastic Mr. Fox, Matilda, and Your VCR (What's a VCR?) is on Drugs!

Let's All Go to the Lobby!

Which Portland Movie Theater Has the Best Snacks?

Tom Cruise’s The Mummy: Because New Ideas Are Hard

The First Installment of the “Dark Universe” Franchise is Pretty Shaky

Things to Do Film: June 9-15

This Week: The Mummy, It Comes at Night, and Two Shots of Classic Bond

Tea and Sympathy in I, Daniel Blake

Ken Loach’s Ordinary People

It Comes at Night Balances Hope and Despair in a Dying World

Trey Edward Shults Illustrates a Soft Apocalypse

Logan Blu-ray Review: Unforgiven Wolverine

Watching House of Cards in the Trump Era

Wonder Woman Is a Thrilling Start

Now Bring on the Sequels

The Untold Story Of Jeremiah Tower

The Biggest Celebrity Chef You’ve Never Heard Of

TV Report Card: Evaluating 2017’s Shows So Far

Our Guide to Catching Up on the TV You Missed This Year

Wakefield Is Like The New Yorker! But a Movie!

How Very Sophisticated!

Things To Do Film: June 2-8

This Week: Gaslight, Jaws, Big Trouble in Little China, and More

Visitors’ Guide to Portland

Baywatch Sucks

Sorry.

Who Is Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales for?

It Is Not for You. It Is Not for Anyone.

Things To Do Film: May 26-June 1

The Fine Works of Hayao Miyazaki, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and the Garbage Pail Kids

Sovereignty Struggles

Promised Land Examines How the Government Systematically Prohibits Tribal Recognition

Eat, Pray, Drug

The Last Shaman: Where’s Elizabeth Gilbert When You Need Her?

With Netflix’s War Machine, David Michôd and Brad Pitt Take on Afghanistan

Not All Wars Are Created Equal

Playin’ in the Band: The Grateful Dead’s Long Strange Trip

Emphasis on “Long,” But It’s a Trip Worth Taking

The Lovers Is in Love with Its Own Solipsism

Ready to Slog Through the Worst Parts of Adulthood?

Things to Do Film: May 19-25

The Last Dragon, Kindergarten Cop, and Kenji Mizoguchi’s Ugetsu.

Music—and More—at 2017’s QDoc

Jazz Hands!

The Beast Is Back in Alien: Covenant

Meet the New Alien, Same as the Old Alien

The Twin Peaks Revival Is a Reminder of How the Original Impacted My Life

In the Spring of 1990, Twin Peaks Premiered, and My Mom Started Losing Her Mind.

Misfortune and Misadventure

Chuck Goes a Step Past Rocky

Master of None Is Anything but Niche

Aziz Ansari Outdoes Himself in Season Two

Things To Do Film: May 12-18

This Week: A Quiet Passion, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and HUMP!

Sun’s Out, Tits Out

Snatched Isn’t As Disappointing As It Could Be!

The Mumbo Jumbo of Buster’s Mal Heart

Buster’s Heart Is Fine. His Brain? Not So Much.

Nut Up, Fantasy Nerds: This King Arthur’s a Real Man!

Guy Ritchie’s Macho Bluster Mars King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

The Guardians of the Galaxy Return, and They’re In Their Feelings

Feel First, Save the Galaxy Later

Things to Do Film: May 5-11

This Week: Casablanca, The Circle, and The Mystery of Chess Boxing

Hustle and Dough

The Life and Loves of James Beard: America’s First Foodie

Movies, Booze, and Bikes

Filmed by Bike Fest Showcases the Best Bike-Themed Films—and More

Snoozing Through All These Sleepless Nights

Spoiler Alert: Polish Raves Are Boring

Citizen Jane Is a History Lesson in City Planning

An Otherwise Effective Documentary Doesn’t Point a Way Forward

Changing the World with The Reluctant Radical

They Tried to Make a Movie. Then They Got Arrested.
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