I saw “The Post” last night. And the first thing I did when I got home was fire up the computer and test it. How close to the real story was it? What liberties did director Steven Spielberg and his team take with the story of the Washington Post’s publ…
(CNN) — Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr. Spock on Star Trek, died at his Los Angeles home Friday. That’s according to his son Adam Nimoy. The 83-year-old was suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease he attributed to his years of smoking. Nimoy was hospitalized earlier this week. Nimoy’s career in show business spanned more than … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Movie fans are snapping up tickets to see “The Interview” on opening night at the Bijou Arts Cinema in Eugene. Thursday’s 10:30 p.m. screening is already sold out, so the theater added another showing at 8:00 p.m. The Bijou is one of many theaters throughout the country deciding to show the movie … Continue reading »
In the first Film Junkie, the film ‘Catfish’ is reviewed in wake of the Manti Te’o scandal.
Crescent Village’s third movie in their “Movies under the stars” series showcases one of the classics.
Fans of local cinema and theater rejoice because there’s plenty of options to entertain you. In local cinema, four new films debut and they range from sex addiction and anime to dirty politics.
Hello local cinephiles. With Christmas coming on Sunday it’s a predictably light week for new movies. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing new opening this week. The Bijou has one new film debuting and it’s about the end of the world. Kind of depressing for the holidays but if that doesn’t interest you, they’re also holding a special two-night screening of It’s a Wonderful Life. Now that’s more like it.
Duck Rose Bowl merch, Netflix and the USPS, A Christmas Tale, and Brandon Roy; it’s been quite a week.
This week doesn’t bring too many changes to the local cinema scene. But there are a few debuts that are worth mentioning, including a film about a father and son relationship, a doctor attempting to create a new form of skin and a movie that is so bad you have to see it to believe it.
If you like unconventional love stories than the two films playing at the Bijou through Thursday should satisfy you. If you want to show off to your friends how much of a film buff you are, than wait until Friday as two of the most acclaimed films of the year open.