NOW IN THEATERS...
* A Life in Dirty Movies, the story of the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street, Joseph Sarno, smut peddler supreme.
* A Walk Among the Tombstones, Liam Neeson pulls out an old private detective's trench coat in a welcome departure from Taken (despite some amusing plot crossovers).
Plus, Portland folk can catch repertory screenings of the Charlton Heston-starring sci-fi actioner The Omega Man and a special one-night screening of Do The Right Thing, the inaugural entry in the "Black and White Film" series where two commenters, one white and one black, talk about the movie. In this case, comedian Sean Jordan and author/filmmaker David F. Walker. Dave also had his Shaft comic book announced this week, so that's exciting!
WATCH IT AT HOME...
* Are You Here, an uncharacteristic fumble from Mad Men-creator Matthew Weiner.
* Chef, an extremely likable return to his roots for writer/director/star Jon Favreau.
* The Rover, takes you on a trip across a violent wasteland with Guy Pearce.
* Swedish House Mafia: Leave the World Behind, a farewell tour and documentary from the international dance band.
Current Soundtrack: FKA twigs, LP1