Author Archive | imaginary amie


Death Wish

Ohboy. Here we go! Death Wish, is of course, a remake of the 1974 Charles Bronson film. Full disclosure: I’ve never seen the original. Paul Kersey (the drowsiest Bruce Willis I’ve ever seen) is a successful surgeon who lives in a beautiful house with his beautiful wife (HI ELISABETH SHUE I LOVE YOU FOREVER) and […]

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Recommended Show: Weekend Festival Burger-A-GoGo at The Croc {2/24-2/25}

HEADS UP Seattle: The Crocodile is bringing you a 2-day mini music festival this weekend called Burger-A-GoGo, featuring 8 killer bands, all fronted by women! For two nights {Saturday 2/24 and Sunday 2/25}, you can bask in the glory of music played by kick-ass ladies from some of my personal favorites, The Coathangers and Summer […]

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Sound Off 2018

Recommended Shows: Sound Off! Semifinals #1 {2/9} and Dancing on the Valentine 13 {2/10}!

HAND UP if you’re ready for an insanely fun weekend of music! This Friday & Saturday, two of my favorite annual shows are happening. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 First up, let’s talk Sound Off!, MoPOP (formerly EMP)’s inspiring Battle of the Bands for musicians 21 & under. I worked at MoPOP for 4 years, and every. […]

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Sally Hawkins as Elisa and Doug Jones as Amphibian Man in The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

{The Shape of Water is screening in Seattle at SIFF Cinema Egyptian} Guillermo del Toro has done it again. And by “it,” I mean, “blown me the F away” with another amazing film. In The Shape of Water, Elisa {Sally Hawkins}, a woman who’s been mute since birth, works the night shift at a mysterious government […]

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mother movie


{mother! is playing in Seattle at a lot of places, but we think you should check it out SIFF Cinema Egyptian} The best way I can describe Darren Aronofsky’s mother! to you without being too spoiler-y is to write down my brain’s reaction to everything as I was processing the film. So, here we go: Man, […]

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It Movie Pennywise the Clown

It (2017)

{It is screening in Seattle pretty much everywhere, but we recommend seeing it at Seattle Cinerama}  Remember those heady, lazy days with your friends on summer break? The long, sunny bike rides, music blasting from your boombox, picnics by the lake … and that time an ancient soul-eating demon tried to pick you off one […]

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