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The Predator Review: A Janky Shot of Cosmic Slop

The 27 Best Movies and Shows to Watch in Portland: Sept 14-26

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

Movie Review: Pick of the Litter Is Great Dog Review: Hooray for Dogs!!!

Dogs Are the Best!

Juliet, Naked Review: Of Aging Hipsters and the Women Who Tolerate Them

In Which a Mansplainer Gets Womansplained

Searching Messes with Tech and Conventions

Unconventional Filmmaking in Service of a Conventional Story

The 22 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: August 31-September 6

Can't Hardly Wait, Samurai Rebellion, and More!

Jack Ryan Review: Hey, John Krasinski Is Good at Playing a Straight Arrow!

Fortunately, the Amazon Series Has Other Stuff Going on, Too

The Happytime Murders Is Basically a Meet the Feebles Sequel That No One Asked For

Here We Go Again with the Puppets Fucking

The 19 Best FIlms to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: August 24-30

Including Cowboy Bebop, Wattstax, and Troop Beverly Hills

Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood Is a Wild Ride

Scotty Bowers Offers a Glimpse Into Los Angeles’ Forbidden History

Papillon Goes Up for Retrial

A Remake of the Steve McQueen Prison Adventure Pales in Comparison

Marky Mark's Horrible Mile 22 Is Barely a Movie

It Is a Loathsome, Hateful Thing without a Single Redeeming Quality

Disenchantment Review: Matt Groening Takes on George R.R. Martin

... With Promising, If Mixed, Results

The Miseducation of Cameron Post Review: A Tweener Indie, with Potential

Spoiler: “Gay-Conversion Therapy” Doesn’t Work

The 11 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: Aug 17-23

Including Godzilla, The Final Girls, and (Checks Notes) ...Competitive Jigsaw Puzzle-Solving.

Crazy Rich Asians Review: Romantic Comedy Gold

Light, Breezy (and Inclusive!) Escapism

The Meg Review: Shark Weak

A Dumb Movie That Isn't Dumb Enough

The 34 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters: August 10-16

Hobbits! Princes Brides! Damn Dirty Apes!

BlacKkKlansman Review: Spike Lee Tries to Do... a Lot

It’s Difficult to Know What to Make of Lee’s Latest Joint

The 22 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: August 3-9

A Marathon of Apes, Polyester in Odorama (!), The Midafternoon of the Hunter, and (Points, Screams) GODZILLA!

Detroiters Is the Funniest Show on TV

Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson Bring Detroit to the Rest of the World

Risk and Reward in Mission Impossible: Fallout

Christopher McQuarrie’s Latest Is Pure Action Cinema

The 36 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: July 27-August 2

From Psycho to Yojimbo, and from Jim Jarmusch to Tom Cruise

Hulu’s Castle Rock Gets Stephen King Right. Sort Of.

You Might Be Better Off Rewatching Stranger Things

Eighth Grade Review: B-

I Spent Most of Bo Burnham’s Movie Like I Spent Actual Eighth Grade—Waiting for It to Be Over

The Equalizer 2: Just Get to the Equalizing Already!

We’re Here for Equalizing, Not Exposition

The King Explores Elvis and America Through Obvious Metaphors

A Rolls-Royce Symbolizes Capitalism! (And Other Self-Evident Truths)

The 34 Best Films to Catch in Portland Theaters This Week: Jul 20-26

From Vertigo on 70mm to Half Baked on the Roof of a Parking Garage

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot Review: Gus Van Sant Takes on John Callahan

And the Results Are Good—If Tamer Than Expected

Three Identical Strangers Is Heartwarming, Then Haunting

Tim Wardle’s Compulsively Watchable Documentary Goes to Dark Places

Nancy Review: More Frustrating Than Mysterious

A Movie in Which Very Little Actually Happens

The 23 Best Films To Watch This Week: July 13-19

The Dark Crystal and Indiana Jones in 70mm, Shane Carruth's Primer, and a Robot Film Festival
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