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HERE FOR SIFF this past spring, Patrick Stettner cheerfully fielded questions after screening The Business of Strangers, then sat down to chat. Where did he… Continue reading
Ed Harris as priest/detective.
One little waitress sets out to transform all of Paris with her good deeds.
Woody Allen gives us two stories for the price of one. Don't we even get half the enjoyment value for our ticket?
A misplaced "gift" goes on a quest for its own return.
Ted Conover escapes prison for the open road— with a stop in Seattle.
Opens Fri., Oct. 14, at Metro.
"Something wrong?" his mother asks.
Brutal combat, male bonding—but no politics, please.
Preppy tests patience.
Male bonding and espionage span the decades.
Opens Fri., Jan. 13, at Metro and Uptown
Official SIFF awards announced.
He's big. He's red. He anchors a paranormal action comedy that will make the Hulk green with envy.
Contemplating bloody revenge.
Previewing the sticky floors of summer cinema.
They fell in love with the building before they had any use for it. Ten years ago, MARK AND MICHAEL KLEBECK were just getting Bauhaus… Continue reading
Teen survivor transmutes hardship into art in this Oprah-approved chick flick.
Lynda Barry's bizarre brand of bleakness.