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Michal has a problem. His name is Janek. Janek has a problem. His name is Michal. The two friends, ex-hoodlums, meet after Janek's stint in… Continue reading
CBS Films"Couldn't we swim away to another, better movie?" McGregor and Blunt.The Dinner: King salmon fillet, at Ivar's Salmon House (401 N.E. Northlake Way).The Movie:… Continue reading
If you've ever wanted, in a non-ironic, non-hipster sort of way, to attend a semi-pro wrestling match in small-town North Carolina, this doc is for… Continue reading
Directed by Daniel Schneidkraut, Invincible Force first presents itself as some YouTube video diary from a slovenly metalhead janitor in Minneapolis. The look is defiantly… Continue reading
See the future at Milepost 31.
Considered an infomercial for cult animator Bill Plympton, the documentary Adventures in Plymptoons! suffers from two main defects. First, there aren't enough examples of his… Continue reading
It's obvious that Jason Segel has a face for comedy. He's got a lumpy, sad-sack mug with a dozen inflections to register disappointment, confusion, and… Continue reading
Recent archaeology at the Frye.
"Books should smell good," says Gerhard Steidl. That they do, when made by the famed German printer of art and photography books. They also smell… Continue reading
A Taiwanese sculptor presents history as if recently unearthed.
"I really dislike music," says a cop ironically named Amadeus, and this ingenious Swedish comedy soon makes it clear why. His younger brother is a… Continue reading
If I said "Eskimo hip-hop crime tale," would that send you running to the nearest sunny beach? Shot on location in far-northern Alaska with a… Continue reading
Tucked in the dark back gallery at the group show Devouring Time is a four-panel video installation in which a friendly Englishwoman chats about gardening—more… Continue reading
This big show gives us the famous art, plus context, but not the man.
Ewan McGregor previously worked with director David Mackenzie on the 2003 Young Adam, which featured frank sex, frontal male nudity, and a memorable gross-out scene… Continue reading
Alcohol, opera, first dates, and more: our guide to the new season.
Susie J. Lee renders duration and decay with video and diodes.
In his new thriller, Matt Ruff imagines the Arab world under siege by American terrorists.
Your best video-and-alcohol pairings.
Aging punks were the recent subject of The Other F-Word (i.e. fatherhood), and aging punks are again the subject of this nostalgic documentary about Spokane's… Continue reading