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Marmaduke Can Shred!: Marmaduke Reviewed


The big screen adaptation of the literary classic Marmaduke wasn't screened in time for WW's press deadlines. So we forced AP Kryza to see it in the theaters. Bad dog.

Marmaduke

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Sunday, June 6, 2010 by

The Good, The Bad, The Weird


Movie Reviews & Stories
Hyperkinetic and goofy as all hell, The Good, The Bad, The Weird blasts through the Manchurian desert like a bounty hunter gone bananas. Like Takashi Miike’s labored Sukiyaki Western Django, thi ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Romancing the Gyllenhaal: Prince of Persia Reviewed


Jake Gyllenhaal battled sand in uncomfortable places hours after WW's press deadlines, but never fear! Here's the review:

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time



WW Critic's Score: 64

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Thursday, May 27, 2010 by

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
By day: a laid-back Armenian bakery. By night: the world’s greatest amusement park—Stereotypeoland! And goddamn, you can’t have a better nightlife stereotype than the ’Rat’s techno-driven dance parties, which end around 5 pm Russian time (6 am here). Sadly, when Ararat    More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
The closest thing Portland has to a Pac-10 bar, the Cheerful Tortoise packs the benefits of a college sports bar without the vomiting sorority girls and Dave Matthews fans. The basement-y Tortoise is sectioned into chunks, making it easy to dodge annoying drunk people by splitting from the spacious    More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
Holman’s has a wonderful identity crisis, enabling patrons to run the gamut of drunkenness: The Buckman institution has five seating areas, all representing different phases of lushness. You can consume chicken-fried steak and screwdrivers in the sunny dining room, down whiskey with craggy old   More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
Were A Roadside Attraction an actual highway tourist trap, it would be the Museum of Oregonian Intoxication. Walled off from the outside world, the patio’s rustic shanties and well-stoked fire evoke a pint-swinging lumberjack camp. The deep-red, velveteen interior is scattered with golden drag   More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
Fear not, earthlings, the recently renovated Space Room retains its just-off-the-Vegas-strip vibe. Glowing murals of Mount Hood and the Portland skyline also remain intact. Overhead lights are still intergalactic. And Dean Martin would still happily endure an anal probe after two gigantic fishbowl c   More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
With candlelit ambience and a wall covered with velvet paintings of sunsets, North Bar feels like the Rat Pack’s Canadian hunting lodge. The boozy joint, plopped at the intersection of Southeast Division Street and 50th Avenue, also has the magnetism of a vacation spot, complete with sassy bar   More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Drink 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
In an area where bars like the hipper-than-thou Aalto Lounge and the meat-headed Belmont Inn can be stuffy, Side Street thrives by embracing the idea that, sometimes, a bar can just be a bar. Cavernous and dark, the candle- and chandelier-illuminated tavern is about as laid back as they come, with a   More
 
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
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