Friday April 8 – Thursday April 15

Featured Film:

Everybody Wants Some!! at the Sundance and the Lincoln Square

Richard Linklater’s latest film, a sequel in all but name to his 1993 masterpiece dazed and Confused opens this week at the Sundance Cinemas in the U-District and the Cinemark Lincoln Square in Bellevue. The film has dramatically split the staff here, with Mike finding it crude and obnoxious while I think it’s one of Linklater’s very best, a delightful and insightful look at a subculture that, while maintaining a frustratingly dominant position in the culture at large (though less so now than in 1980, when the film is set), is nonetheless often misunderstood. Check it out for yourself and see if it earns those exclamation marks.

Playing This Week:

Central Cinema:

Ocean’s Eleven (Stephen Soderbergh, 2001) Fri-Weds
Point Break (Kathryn Bigelow, 1991) Fri-Weds Our Podcast

Century Federal Way:

Ambarsariya (Mandeep Kumar) Fri-Thurs
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (Stanley Kramer, 1963) Sun & Weds Only

Grand Cinema:

Remember (Atom Egoyan) Fri-Thurs
Meet the Patels (Geeta & Ravi Patel, 2014) Sun Only
Internet Cat Video Festival Mon Only
The Wave (Roar Uthaug) Tues Only
Straight Outta Compton (F. Gary Gray) Thurs Only Our Review

Grand Illusion Cinema:

The Invitation (Karyn Kusama) Fri-Thurs
Passport to Darkness (Seijun Suzuki, 1959) Sat Only 35mm
Drone Cinema Film Festival 2016 Sat Only
Positive Force: More Than a Witness (Robin Bell, 2014) Sun Only Director in Attendance
Corn’s-A-Poppin’ (Robert Woodburn, 1956) Tues Only 35mm

Cinemark Lincoln Square:

Everybody Wants Some!! (Richard Linklater) Fri-Thurs Our Review Our Other Review
Oopiri
 (Vamsi Paidipally) Fri-Thurs In Telugu
Ki and Ka (R. Balki) Fri-Thurs
Kapoor & Sons – Since 1921 (Shakun Batra) Fri-Thurs
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (Stanley Kramer, 1963) Sun & Weds Only

Regal Meridian:

Chongqing Hot Pot (Yang Qing) Fri-Thurs Our Review

Northwest Film Forum:

Notfilm (Ross Litman) Fri-Mon Only
Work in Progress (Adam Sekuler) Fri Only
Bleak Street (Arturo Ripstein) Fri-Sun Only
Youth of the Beast (Seijun Suzuki, 1963) Weds Only 35mm
A Space Program (Van Neistat & Tom Sachs) Thurs Only Director in Attendance

Regal Parkway Plaza:

Kapoor & Sons – Since 1921 (Shakun Batra) Fri-Thurs
Ardaas (Gippy Grewal) Fri-Thurs
Love is Blind (Jason Paul Laxamana) Fri-Thurs

Scarecrow Video:

Framing Pictures Fri Only
Matango (Ishiro Honda, 1963) Sat Only
Hamlet (Franco Zeffirelli, 1990) Sun Only
Russian Ark (Alexander Sokurov, 2002) Sun Only Our Podcast
April in Paris (David Butler, 1952) Mon Only
Lifeboat (Alfred Hitchcock, 1944) Tues Only
Jefferson in Paris (James Ivory, 1995) Weds Only
Masque of the Red Death (Roger Corman, 1964) Thurs Only

Seattle Art Museum:

Classe tous risque (Claude Sautet, 1960) Thurs Only

Landmark Seven Gables:

Marguerite (Xavier Giannoli) Fri-Thurs

SIFF Film Center:

Embrace of the Serpent (Ciro Guerra) Fri-Sun
April and the Extraordinary World (Christian Desmares and Franck Ekinci) Sun Only

SIFF Cinema Uptown:

Francofonia (Alexander Sokurov) Fri-Thurs Our Review
April and the Extraordinary World (Christian Desmares and Franck Ekinci) Fri-Thurs
Storefront Hitchcock (Jonathan Demme, 1998) Thurs Only with Robyn Hitchcock in Person

Sundance Cinemas:

Everybody Wants Some!! (Richard Linklater) Fri-Thurs Our Review Our Other Review
Mr. Right (Paco Cabezas) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Born to Be Blue (Robert Budreau) Fri-Thurs

Varsity Theatre:

The Mermaid (Stephen Chow) Fri-Thurs Our Review
One More Time (When I Live My Life Over Again) (Robert Edwards) Fri-Thurs
Kill Your Friends (Owen Harris) Fri-Thurs
Fastball (Jonathan Hock) Fri-Thurs

In Wide Release:

The Witch (Robert Eggers) Our Review
Hail, Caesar!
 (Joel & Ethan Coen) Our Review
The Revenant 
(Alejandro González Iñárritu) Our Review
The Force Awakens (JJ Abrams) Our Podcast
Spotlight 
(Tom McCarthy) Our Review
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