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Mandy Review: Blood, Guts, and Rock ’n’ Roll

Point/Counterpoint: Should I Go to Jurassic World?

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review: Whoa! What the Fuck!

This Movie Is Fuckin’ Nuts!

How to Watch a Movie in Portland

How to Hike In and Around Portland

Academy Theater Doubles Down on Repertory Screenings

We Tried Denny’s Solo: A Star Wars Story Menu So You Don’t Have To

They Did Not Have Blue Milk :(

The Mercury’s Guide to Summer Fun in Portland—and Beyond!

Summer in the City!

Fahrenheit 451 Review: HBO Updates Ray Bradbury’s Sci-Fi Classic

It’s Getting Hot in Here!

With Municipal Broadband, Cities Are Taking Back the Internet—and Making It Faster and Cheaper. Can Portland Do the Same?

What If Portlanders—Not Corporations—Owned Our Internet?

Better Naito Has Returned! All Hail Better Naito!

KATU Gets a Big Shoutout on SE Hawthorne

It’s Earth Day. Here’s What to Watch.

From The Reluctant Radical to Koyaanisqatsi, the Portland EcoFilm Festival Has You Covered

Let’s Get Stoned with Bilbo and Chewbacca!

Everything You Need to Know About Pipe-Weed, Death Sticks, and Other Made-Up Drugs

Win Tickets to See The Endless!

The Laurelhurst Theater Is Going First-Run

Starting April 13, One of Portland’s Favorite Theaters Will Show New Releases

Ready Player One Review: Turns Out the Revenge of the Nerds Is Pretty Boring

In Which Steven Spielberg Makes a Bunch of Action Figures Fight

Pacific Rim Uprising Review: No Guillermo del Toro, No Fun

This Movie Is Terrible. And Bad.

Love, Simon Review: This Movie Is Fantastic. See It Immediately.

Why Are You Still Reading This? I Said IMMEDIATELY.

Regal to Replace Lloyd Cinemas with 14-Screen Multiplex in Lloyd Center

Coming in 2019, the Theater Promises Portlanders "An Unrivaled Cinematic Experience"

Lloyd Cinemas to Be Replaced by 1,300-Unit Mixed-Use Development

The "1400 NE Multnomah" Development Won't Be Required to Include Any Affordable Units

Good Morning, News: Snow, Guns, and Bigfoot

John Oliver and David Letterman Make TV Great Again

Thanks, John and Dave!

TV Review: HBO’s Here and Now Is Set in Portland—For Better or Worse

A Surreal Drama from True Blood and Six Feet Under’s Alan Ball

Surprises and Horrors in Full Bleed, Portland’s New Comics and Culture Quarterly

Also Included: Punk Rock, U-Boats, and Alan Moore Fighting a Demon

The Road Movie Review: Crashes, Psychos, and Roadkill

The Fast and Furious: Moscow Drift

How To Quit Facebook and Twitter

Come Join My Luddite Cult!

Mosaic Review: Should You Experience Steven Soderbergh’s Latest on HBO or in the App?

Watching—and Tapping—an Experimental Murder Mystery

Phantom Thread Review: A Phenomenally Fucked-Up Romantic Comedy

Paul Thomas Anderson’s Style and Substance
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