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Guillermo del Toro Discusses the Tragedy and Delight of The Shape of Water

“It’s About Taking Something That Is Completely Unknown, and Seeing How Different People Look at It.”

Get Ready to Lose Your Damn Mind Over Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Believe the Hype. And Then Some.

The 21 Best Movies to Watch in Portland This Week: December 15-21

Should You Go See A Christmas Story, White Christmas, or the Star Wars Holiday Special? (OH GOD, DO NOT GO SEE THE STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL.)

Wonder Wheel Is a Woody Allen Movie. Please Don’t See It.

It’s Both Horrible AND Miserable!

Things to Do Film: December 8-14

Akira Kurosawa, Batman Returns, and Invincible Kung Fu Legs!

Fifty Years Later, Kill, Baby... Kill! Still Terrifies

What Could Go Wrong in a Cursed Town in the Carpathian Mountains?

Thelma Is Pretty Much the Worst X-Man Ever

Psychic Overload in Joachim Trier’s Latest

The Disaster Artist: James Franco, The Room, and the Making of a Disasterpiece

James Franco Does Tommy Wiseau a Solid.

Guts, Gore, and Ill-Advised Surgeries at the PDXtreme Fest

It’s Bloody Beautiful.

This Christmas, John Waters Wants Riots

The Pope of Trash Discusses His Favorite Holiday

The Force Shadows the Beleaguered Oakland Police Department

And There Are More Similarities to the Portland Police Department Than You Think

Things To Do Film: December 1-7

Contact! Scrooged! And... Another WolfCop?

Slicing into Psycho with 78/52

It’s a Deep Cut.

Pixar’s Coco Tackles Mortality with Humor and Depth

Finally, a Children’s Film About a Bunch of Dead People!

Revenge, Mourning, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Sam Rockwell... Well, Rocks in Martin McDonagh’s Latest

Things To Do Film: November 24-30

Featuring Fantastic Mr. Fox, a Mutant Alligator, and The Witches of Eastwick

Wonder Is Guaranteed to Soften Your Scowl

Ruben Östlund’s The Square Takes Aim at the Art World

It's the Snobs Against the Slobs!

A Trip to God’s Own Country

An Autobiographical—and Sensual—Coming-of-Age Drama

Justice League Is The Avengers Lite

These Heroes Are Out of Their League

Greta Gerwig’s Great Lady Bird

A Coming-of-Age Movie That’s Exactly How It Should Be

The Questions of Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying

A Film with No Easy Answers

Things To Do Film: November 17-23

Stop-Motion Animation, Black Adder, and Planes, Trains & Automobiles.

We Saw Louis C.K.’s I Love You, Daddy. You Aren’t Missing Much.

A Review of Louis C.K.’s New, Unreleased Movie

Discovering VHS Relics with the Found Footage Festival

An Unpredictable Trip into the Weird World of Video

Gilbert Is So Sweet! And a Goddamn Bore.

Nice Guys Finish Last.

Things To Do Film: Nov 10-16

Big Trouble in Little China! Moderate Trouble on the Human Highway!

BPM Is the Kind of Movie That Wouldn’t Get Made in America

It’ll Fuck You Up. Watch It Anyway.

Thor: Ragnarok Is an Intergalactic Sugar Rush

I Love You, Thor: Ragnarok. I Just Love You So Much

Things To Do Film: Nov 3-9

This Week: Princess Mononoke, Jane Goodall, and Sullivan's Travels

HUMP! Springs Eternal

Dan Savage’s 13th Annual Amateur Porn Film Festival Kicks Off This Week

History, New York, and Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck

A Film About Memories, Hope, and Time Travel

A Bad Moms Christmas: They’re Not Bad. Society Is Bad.

This Movie Is Also Bad.

Gentrification, Evil Pugs, and More at the Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival

The Well-Curated Fest Enters Its 44th Year

Regal Cinemas to Test Surge Pricing

Hey, Just Like Uber! Neat!

Thank You for Your Service Deglamorizes Modern Warfare

A War Movie That Takes Place Off the Battlefield and Out of Uniform

Suburbicon’s Uneasy Balancing Act

Huh. Maybe Wacky Crime and Civil Rights AREN’T the Best Combo

Rat Film: Rats Are Gross (Even When They Teach You About Racism)

A Documentary About Redlining, Rats, and Baltimore

Discovering Bigfoot Is a Bigfoot Documentary Made by a Bigfoot Hoaxer

It Also Sucks.

The Old and the New of Stranger Things 2

♫ There’s Always Something There to Remind Me ♫

The Killing of a Sacred Deer Gets Under Your Skin

Yorgos Lanthimos Explodes the Mythologies of Cinema and Domesticity

Beware the Tragedy Girls

Introducing the Scream Queens.

Goodbye Christopher Robin Is Stylish and Sad

Hello, Christopher Sobbin’

Things To Do Film: Oct 27-Nov 2

Nosferatu, Noir, and a Hobo with a Shotgun!
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