Treasure, Big Trouble and Twin Peaks: What to Watch in Portland's Repertory Cinemas May 6-12


Movies & Television
Editor’s note: AP Kryza has once again disappeared, leaving behind only a cryptic Google search history behind. We’re still trying to ascertain his whereabouts from phrases such as “Swayze etymology,” “Doritos puree,” “sprundlecroft” and “rhymes with meconium.” In the meantime, he did manage to provide a roundup of what’s playing on Portland’s indie screens.   Also ...   More
Monday, May 4, 2015 AP KRYZA

Willamette Weekend: 16 Things to Do in Portland, March 14-17

Extra-Special Four-Day Groggy Irish Edition


Friday, March 14 The Grand Budapest Hotel[MOVIES] Holy crap! Wes Anderson! Mania and bereavement, flimflam and dignity. See here for review involving cologne, sadness and pink-frosted castles. Cinema 21, 616 NW 21st Ave., 223-4515, Daily pm showings 12:00, 12:30, 2:15, 2:45, 4:30, 5:00, 7:00, 7:30, 9:15, 9:30, plus late shows Fri-Sat at 11:15. Lear[THEATER] Bag & Baggage's Lear ...   More
Friday, March 14, 2014 WW Culture Staff

The Hungary Games

The Grand Budapest Hotel sits atop Wes Anderson’s lost world.

Movie Reviews & Stories
The old, snide rejoinder to an over-decorated show is that “you leave humming the sets,” but Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel may be the first movie where you come out tasting them. Wit   More
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 AARON MESH

World of Wes

An ace critic talks Wes Anderson.

Movie Reviews & Stories
Matt Zoller Seitz never saved Latin. But he has seemingly managed to gather all other relics from the movies of Wes Anderson.  The TV reviewer for New York magazine and a pioneer of the video   More
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 AARON MESH

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson’s first boner.

Movie Reviews & Stories
How telling, in hindsight, is that scene in The Royal Tenenbaums where Gene Hackman tries to restore Gwyneth Paltrow to her childhood by taking her to an ice cream parlor where the speakers play V   More
Wednesday, June 6, 2012 AARON MESH

Wes Anderson-Dissing Fantastic Mr. Fox Cinematographer Hits Hollywood Theatre Tomorrow

About five minutes after WW put its movie pages to press Tuesday, the Hollywood Theatre sent us late-breaking word that three contributors to Wes Anderson's Oscar-nominated stop-motion cartoon Fantastic Mr. Fox, including cinematographer Tristan Oliver, will be stopping by for a Q&A after Wednesday's 6:45 pm screening of the movie. This March 3 appearance would be news enough. But it's more ...   More
Tuesday, March 2, 2010 AARON MESH


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