Links to my reviews published this week in the Herald and Seattle Weekly, and etc.
X-Men: Apocalypse. “The first 90 minutes are the best superhero stuff we’ve seen this year.”
The Lobster. “Full of specific detail, but coy about saying what the hell is actually going on.”
Alice Through the Looking Glass. “Crams every inch of the screen with gaudy landscapes and wacky creatures.”
Love & Friendship. “A dryly delightful experience.”
And a few picks for the upcoming week at the Seattle International Film Festival. (In case of Herald paywall, Weekly link here.)
And a new Framing Pictures goes live online and also on your TV box (channel 21 in some places in Seattle). The Framers discuss two new film noir restorations, Captain America: Civil War, and the time Sam Peckinpah came to Seattle.
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