Tag Archives | action adventure

Keanu Reeves in John Wick Chapter 2

John Wick: Chapter 2

{John Wick: Chapter Two is screening in Seattle at the Regal Meridian 16, Sundance Cinemas, and Thornton Place}  Poor John Wick. All this dude wants to do is retire and have time to grieve his sweet departed wife, and the criminal underworld just. won’t. let. him. Picking up shortly where we left off in the […]

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Viggo Mortensen in Captain Fantastic, screening at SIFF 2016

Recommended SIFF: Viggo, Viggo, Viggo AND Viggo!

Closing weekend of SIFF 2016 (What? ALREADY?) brings us A Tribute to Viggo Mortensen: a conversation with Viggo on stage at the Egyptian, followed by a screening of his latest film, Captain Fantastic. Along with Viggo (DUH), Director Matt Ross and Producer Lynette Howell Taylor are scheduled to attend. I bought my tickets almost as soon as they […]

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Raiders! The Interview: Chris Strompolos & Eric Zala

As mentioned earlier this week, Northwest Film Forum screened a double feature of Raiders! The Adaptation, and the new documentary about it, Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made, last night {Thursday, 6/2}. Raiders Guys Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala were there to present both films, as Seattle was the kick-off of their “Raiders Follow Your Dreams Tour.” […]

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Miami Connection

{Miami Connection can be seen at the Grand Illusion Cinema Friday and Saturday night at 11pm, and this coming Thursday at 8pm} I'm not an really big fan of so bad it's good movies. But when I heard tale of Miami Connection the lost 1980s-made action flick featuring drug deals gone bad, motorcycle ninjas, and […]

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Solomon Kane

{Solomon Kane opens in Seattle on Friday, 9/28, and is screening at Sundance Cinemas Seattle} Of course I’m going to volunteer to see a period piece (kind of) starring James “smoldering eyes” Purefoy as a swashbuckling, demon-fighting hero. Of. Course. Based on a popular pulp character from Weird Tales magazine in the 20s, Solomon Kane […]

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