Escape Plan screened after WW press deadlines, but critic Jay Horton was there for the Stallone and the Schwarzenegger. Critic's Grade: C+
A quarter century ago, when dinosaurs strode the earth, American cinema was dominated by an unlamented breed of leaden, clunky, ginormous vehicles constructed to flatter the specific charms and mask the woeful limitations of...
A reward awaits the first person who solves this mystery before the Sherlock Holmes exhibit opens at OMSI.
Hours too late, amid houses of
disturbingly accurate repute, I searched for the Great Critic. Or, at
least, I searched for where the Great Critic always was, at a bar near
the bridge, prec
Whatever the reasons for our current
cultural embrace of the zombie apocalypse, live theater has largely been
spared the plague. It is, after all, rather more difficult to convey
the specter of
Movie Reviews & Stories
At its heart, surfing is an intensely cinematic sport—the dozens of films, from Step Into Liquid to Point Break,
must outnumber all golf and hockey movies put together—but it’s not an
[WHITE NOISE] Mother Bunch superior Daniel Menasche has a
decent set of pipes and a smooth enough flow for those occasional
dalliances into hip-hop, so one imagines the short-fiction writer gives
The deadliest sins of seven strangers who stopped being polite long, long ago.
DVD & TV
Portland, The Real World is over.
On Wednesday, June 12, MTV will air the final hour of the Stumptown
season, as well as the customary reunion. As you may have seen over the
past 11 weeks—thou
Like its stars stumbling late to maturity, The Internship failed to screen before press deadlines. We probably should have sent an intern, but Jay Horton went instead. Critic's Grade: B
Whether or not Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson ever seem believable as salesmen, their sheer presence on the big screen effortlessly sells the dopiest of movies. There's a crumbling landmark ...
We know, you don't even have a TV. But WW correspondent Jay Horton is enduring and recapping each installment to assess just how real—and how Portland-y—the housemates get.
With the coming of the New Depression, many eyes in flyover states turned hopefully, or desperately, toward the powers of celebrity. Los Angeles became the great embarkation point. But not everybody could...