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Harboring family secrets in post-war Hanoi.
Palestinian suffering is seen through a cracked lens.
Opens at Varsity, Fri., April 14. Not rated. 134 minutes.
Oddball subject, endearing documentary.
Five missing hours, five missing people.
Seattle gets its own mini movie studio, not far from the Hollywood model.
Bloody, early Shakespeare, applied to our time.
He turns serious in Happy Endings.
Cocksure youth receive their first comeuppance.
A 'toon even non-parents can enjoy.
Mountains Beyond Mountains
Forget the flamingos, bikinis, and fun. Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx are all business in this process- oriented narco noir.
Opens Fri., Jan. 20, at Pacific Place
As Allied Arts contemplates the waterfront, the focus is cars and the gas tax, not urban planning.
Schlock, yes, but educational!
The scenery outweighs the story in Matt Dillon's directorial debut.