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  • Tomorrowland
    'Tomorrowland': Disney's most murder-iest movie about idealism to date
    There's a moment in "Tomorrowland" where grown-up cynic Frank Walker (George Clooney) pops the optimistic bubble of his spunky sidekick Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) by explaining that the virtual reality simulation of a utopian...
  • 'Personal Gold'
    'Personal Gold' documentary review: Bronze-medal effort fails to inspire
    On paper, "Personal Gold" (featured during the Seattle International Film Festival) hasevery element of a truly inspiring underdog story. This quartet of American cyclists attempt to compete as a team against other national teams with...
  • 'End of the Tour'
    Seattle International Film Festival 2015 day 17 suggestions
    May 30: Day 17 of the Seattle International Film Festival features films about an enigmatic and troubled author, the possibility of an imminent mass extinction and a world where cats can talk back to their owners. Today's festival highlights...
  • Fourth Man Out
    SIFF pick of the week: FOURTH MAN OUT
    Fourth Man Out: A Gay Movie for Straight PeopleAdam is your average working-class guy living in small-town America. He's an auto mechanic who spends his free time with his tight-knit band of bros, Chris, Nick and Ortu, with whom he does...
  • The Wire Blu Ray Ray Collection & Digital Collection
    'The Wire: The Complete Series (Blu-ray& Digital HD)'
    On June 2nd, 2015, HBO will release the complete series of "The Wire" (for the first time) on Blu Ray and Digital HD. The timeless show is considered to this day one of the greatest television shows of all times. The complex look at city...
  • The ghosts of "Poltergeist" reappear in the 2015 remake
    ‘Poltergeist’ remake is more aberration than apparition
    With little to no marketing presence, the wholly unnecessary remake of the 1982 classic “Poltergeist” took in a respectable $22.6 million last weekend. That’s the most admirable thing that can be said about this shockingly inept...
  • Aloha
    Movie review: "Aloha"
    There was a time when I believed that Cameron Crowe could do no wrong. The writer-director of universally adored films such as “Almost Famous,” “Jerry Maguire” and “Say Anything,” Crowe was the master of...
  • Dances With Films 18
    Dances With Films Returns to Hollywood's Chinese Theater for Year 18
    When Leslee Scallon and Michael Trent founded Dances With Films (DWF) back in 1998, they wanted to create a film festival they felt wasn’t already out there in the marketplace. The two filmmakers had finished their first project, getting it ...
  • 'A Matter of Interpretation'
    'A Matter of Interpretation' review: Absolute snoozer of a story about dreams
    The line between "surreal captivating" and "surreal frustrating" is thin, but clearly defined. The South Korean dramatic comedy "A Matter of Interpretation" (screening at the Seattle International Film Festival this...
  • Op-Ed: The 10 best movies set in or about Hawaii
    Op-Ed: The 10 best movies set in or about Hawaii
    The arrival of Cameron Crowe's "Aloha" brings our moviegoing audience focus to the nation's 50th and youngest state. As a topvacation destination, a wondrous volcanic archipelago unlike any place else,and an Americanjewel of...
  • Movie review: Dwayne Johnson makes everything better including 'San Andreas'
    Movie review: Dwayne Johnson makes everything better including 'San Andreas'
    "Saturday Night Live" calls Dwayne Johnson "Franchise Viagra." He's better than that. Go ahead and etchthis next statement in stone: "Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson makes everything better." It has become a...
  • Inside Out image
    See ‘Inside Out’ before it opens nationwide
    It’s a rarity that Chico residents get to see a movie before it opens nationwide. Well, the opportunity has come for that, as Fathom Events is partnering with Disney and Pixar to bring “Inside Out” to the big screen before its...
  • The three main stars of 'San Andreas' at the Hollywood premier
    ‘San Andreas’ review: Above average disaster flick but still has its *faults*
    The first act of ‘San Andreas’ is about at the level of a movie worth watching when it comes on TV. It is filled will clichés. It begins with a scene that is supposed to set up the rest of the movie. A ditzy generic blonde teenage girl...
  • San Andreas (poster)
    San Andreas, an intense apocalypse
    Ray is a fire rescue pilot, estranged from his soon to be ex-wife. When a team of seismologists encounter an undiscovered segment of the San Andreas fault, a series of devastating earthquakes sets off a chain reaction, which threatens to kill...
  • Watch "groovy" new teaser trailer for Starz TV series 'Ash vs Evil Dead'
    Watch "groovy" new teaser trailer for Starz TV series 'Ash vs Evil Dead'
    The Starz network gave "Evil Dead" fans a brief taste of their upcoming television series "Ash vs The Evil Dead" with a new teaser trailer were released on May 29, 2015. Over ominous music, we see a blood soaked chainsaw, and...
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