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Text is beside the point to some of the best books of 2003.
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Opens Fri., Oct. 7, at Pacific Place and others.
Opens Fri., Nov. 16, at Metro and others.
Opens at Crest, Fri., July 21. Rated R. 105 minutes.
Humanity can be saved if only a blocked writer finds inspiration from a sea nymph. Too bad she didn't give the same help to the screenwriter.
Robin Williams takes his shtick to the Warsaw ghetto.
DON'T TELL DARRYL your problems. He's got enough of his own. Whatever your woes, he's encountered worse. As the co-founder and director of SIFF, more… Continue reading
ONE QUESTION LOOMS. What will she wear? Adorable Alicia Silverstone, on hand to attend the American premiere of Kenneth Branagh's Love's Labour's Lost—you know, the… Continue reading
A city at war, a boy in the middle.
Four floors, 4,200 square feet, and $22 million to kill for.
Under the radar, an oddball fest returns.
Earth girls aren't so easy to understand.
Bicyclists' high-profile political statement is also a savvy urban-art installation.
Love's a battleground—all inside Jim Carrey's head—in this brainy but unexpectedly moving amnesiac romance.
Opens Fri., Oct. 28, at Uptown and Varsity.
All hail Catherine Keener!
Personal inquiry turns to urban odyssey.
Classics and oddballs, but no boredom.
Runs Thurs., Nov. 10–Wed., Nov. 16, at Northwest Film Forum.