Welcome to What to Watch This Weekend™, a weekly post in which I tell you what to watch this weekend! I will continue doing this post until you have watched everything you should watch.
Greta—Senior Editor Ciara Dolan found some stuff to like about Neil Jordan's "twisted little thriller," but ultimately, this is just another in a long line of films in which "young women are violently punished for trusting a stranger." (Now playing, various theaters)
Feminist March—The month-long Feminist March series kicks off with 1950's All About Eve, starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter, and 2017's A Fantastic Woman, starring Daniela Vega. (All About Eve Sat March 2 & Sun March 3, Hollywood Theatre; A Fantastic Woman Mon March 4, Hollywood Theatre)
Thelma & Louise—Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis are sick of dealing with all of your stupid bullshit. (Fri March 1-Thurs March 7, Academy Theater)
House of Price—The Hollywood Theatre's screening not one but two Vincent Price classics, 1959's House on Haunted Hill and 1953's House of Wax—and Price's daughter, Victoria Price, will be in attendance for post-film Q&As. (House on Haunted Hill Fri March March 1, Hollywood Theatre; House of Wax Sat March 2nd, Hollywood Theatre)
A Madea Family Funeral—Tyler Perry's final Madea film wasn't screened for Portland critics, but since this is the 11th (11th!) film in the series, you probably know what you're in for if you've seen the other 10. (Now playing, various theaters)
#DisarmPSU Film Festival—Shorts, documentaries, speakers, and workshops housing on "policing and grassroots resistance." (Fri March 1-Sun March 3, Fifth Avenue Cinema)