The Seattle International Film Festival continues this week at screens all over town. Here are a few highlights from Seattle Times movie reviewers.
Moira Macdonald and other Times critics weigh in on movies playing in Seattle area for a week or longer.
A woman of a certain age copes with uncertain times.
Keep your expectations low, and this movie derived from the pop-culture TV artifact centered on surf, sand and fit bronzed bodies clad in revealing swimwear...
Remember when the world was a different place, in 2003, and one “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie was enough? Yeah, we do, too. Four movies...
Girl with rare disease and secretive habits meets boy. Kissing and fireworks ensue. 2 stars out of 4.
With charming animated sketches and interviews, Daniel Raim’s documentary profiles Harold and Lillian Michelson — a storyboard artist and film researcher.
In this quiet comedy, a married couple is cheating on each other, and thinks the other spouse doesn’t know. 3 stars out of 4.
You can feel the exasperation coming off space pioneers like astronaut Jim Lovell and scientists including Neil deGrasse Tyson in this new documentary about why...
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