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Director celebrates screen icons and female strength in campy detour into the past.
In three lives—one existence.
Opens Fri., Feb. 17, at Guild 45
25 years of Seattle art house cinema.
Opens at Guild 45, Fri., March 17. Rated R. 94 minutes.
HE'S SICK. Now that every major media player in the country has expressed its pious outrage over Dan Savage's caucus shenanigans, we can all agree… Continue reading
Is Amazon.com's book search engine an instrument of left-wing corporate ideology?
A soldier turns Iraq War blogger. Having his cover blown is as much a danger as getting blown up by an IED.
Affair pulls housewife out of the closet.
Family catastrophe leads to unexpected resolution.
Opens at Harvard Exit, Fri., March 17. Rated PG-13. 88 minutes.
Savvy Sandler can't save this off-putting romance.
The electric car is back, but do you want to drive it?
How a kid became a killer, almost, during the frustrating first Gulf War.
Underrepresented writers reclaim the language of their homelands, even if some of them no longer live on their home soil.
Forget Santa with a batch of other holiday films.
The Hummer H2 vs. The Sparrow.
Opens Wed., Nov. 9, at Metro.
Woody Allen reverses his career slump with a bracing English crime thriller.