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Disney+ celebrated Star Wars Day with a brand new “Star Wars” series. “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,” which debuted Tuesday – or May the 4th – on the streaming platform, is an animated series centered on a group of clone troopers.
Christopher Nolan’s high-concept thriller “Tenet” stars John David Washington as a nameless agent on a mission to save the world. The actioner also stars Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh.
A delectable mix of foodie obsession, fabulous canines, precariously piquant European culture and aspirational connoisseurship infuses “The Truffle Hunters,” a documentary that stimulates viewers' taste buds.
Dror Moreh’s “The Human Factor” makes a powerful companion piece to the Israeli filmmaker’s “The Gatekeepers,” his Oscar-nominated 2012 documentary about the Israeli security service known as Shin Bet.
Guy Ritchie’s “Wrath of Man” has a proper opening credits sequence, with classical illustrations of angels, lions and other dramatic Biblical scenes juxtaposed over slow-motion images of anguished men, bass strings groaning relentlessly.
Ten years ago, film editor Bao Tran dreamed of writing and directing his debut feature, a warmhearted kung fu comedy set in Seattle and centered on three childhood best friends who reunite in middle age to avenge their murdered master.
Billy Crystal is always a welcome presence on screen. In his last film, 2019’s “Standing Up, Falling Down,” he played a quirky dermatologist helping a comedian get out of a rut.
Comedy is tragedy plus time, according to Mark Twain. Sam Morril obviously believes the late, legendary humorist was on to something. A few weeks after a baby was killed by an alligator at a Disney World Resort in 2016, Morril was joking about the gator attack.
Since the Garland District has become the New Hollywood of the Inland Northwest, it's easy to think cinematically when walking the streets of the funky and fun neighborhood.
COVID-19 derailed touring and recording plans for musicians around the world in 2020 and this year like nothing else in modern history, but Nancy Wilson cites the pandemic as the reason she was able to make "You and Me."
With the return of live music on the horizon, music festivals big and small have begun dropping top-notch lineups. It’s becoming apparent that this fall is going to offer an unprecedented schedule for music lovers.
Doug Gillard's goal since he picked up a guitar more than a generation ago was simple. "I just wanted to make records," Gillard said while calling from his Brooklyn home.
“Wolfenstein 3D” may have created the first-person shooter in 1992, but it was the release of “Halo: Combat Evolved” in 2001 that made the genre what it is today in the world of video games.
A sensitive Syrian musician seeking asylum after fleeing his country’s civil war winds up on a small, windswept Scottish island in the Hebrides in “Limbo,” writer-director Ben Sharrock’s sensitive, bittersweet drama.
Anyone who saw the movie “Beautiful Boy” – the fact-based 2018 addiction drama starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet as a father and son struggling with the younger man’s drug dependency – will be familiar with “Four Good Days.”
Virtual concerts and comedy shows don't have the impact of live performance. However, theater, which doesn't break the fourth wall, is another story. That's what Jeremy Whittington discovered during the pandemic
Bing Crosby grew up in tranquil Spokane and left for the bright lights of California in 1925. After enjoying a great deal of success as a developer in California, Jerry Dicker left the Golden State for Spokane.
Zoom VIP meet-and-greets after shows with comics who have yet to break have been one of the more curious attractions of the pandemic. Three fans recently kicked in extra bucks to hang out with Ryan O'Flanagan.
If you don’t know who Jango is at this point, you should. The artist behind 2017’s “Alone by Choice” is intent on bringing to Spokane something that it has never heard before.
A family road trip takes an unexpected detour when it faces a robot invasion from outer space in “The Mitchells vs. The Machines,” an animated adventure comedy featuring the voices of Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen.
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