Director Alejandro González Iñárritu's film about a washed-up action hero is a fleet, funny, daring meta-commentary on the punishing insecurities that torment actors everywhere.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Our Sponsors:Read more »
- Too few bathroom breaks drove bus drivers to adult diapers
- The Rainier Ave. Problem
- Will Seattle tax itself into trouble?
- The Daily Troll: Sound Transit ballot measure coming in 2016. Public utility workers in deep doo-doo. Amazon Travel?
- Now Playing: Michael Keaton soars in "Birdman"
- The Daily Troll: Murray needs a new press person. A tunnel through Edmonds? A bit of help for downtown homeless.
- The Daily Troll: Seattle groups protest. WSU warning about mumps. Kyle Seager to stay.
- King County Metro responds to driver bathroom break shortage
- Seattle rock hound offers tours of our billion-year-old past
- Will Capitol Hill's new arts district really do anything?
Many thanks to Derek Young and Gary Stoner some of our many supporters.ALL MEMBERS »
- The Daily Troll: Sound Transit ballot measure coming in 2016. Public utility workers in deep doo-doo. Amazon Travel? (50)
- Will Seattle tax itself into trouble? (47)
- The Rainier Ave. Problem (31)
- Eastside drivers likely to see I-405 express-lane tolls in a year (18)
- State faces historic budget challenges (45)
- Will Capitol Hill's new arts district really do anything? (9)
- Too few bathroom breaks drove bus drivers to adult diapers (9)
- State's marijuana income expected to get much higher (8)
- Tax reform? There's a DIY movement for that (29)
- Ciao, Chai, and bye-bye, Bamboo. Woodland Park will let its elephants go. (7)
President Obama declared November National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month as a way to draw attention to a disease that kills 500,000 each year.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Inspired by Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, director and co-writer Lav Diaz weaves the tale of a man undone by his pathetic attempt to strike a blow for the underclass.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A comedy-romance with very little of either.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Seattle physician and award-winning documentary filmmaker talks about mental illness, suicide prevention and the challenges of managing her own anxiety.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Provocateur Bobcat Goldthwaite has made a low-budget, backwoods horror flick that's surprisingly engaging and scary as hell.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Smartypants Guide to November's Civic Cocktail with SPD Chief Kathleen O'Toole and film director Lynn Shelton
Join us for drinks, snacks and smart talk about police issues and indie film-making.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Not your average documentary about Big Oil exploitation, "Oil & Water" is a buddy movie about the pressures of living up to expectations - your own and everyone else's.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Shailene Woodley shines in this novel adaptation about the disappearance of a teen girl's mom. The movie careens from comic deadpan to illicit sex to utter sadness.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Katie Turinski's film follows the legal battle over the Seattle architect's controversial Mazama vacation hut. Which a judge just ordered him to move.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Rumor was the network spiked the documentary to avoid offending major donor David Koch. But the film is hardly a takedown of the two Koch brothers.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Viggo Mortensen and Kursten Dunst play a couple on holiday in this adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel. The film starts strong and ends in a yawn.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
André Benjamin’s dynamic turn as the legendary rock star makes John Ridley's dreamy biopic one of the best films of the year.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A sophisticated director, a spirited start by the actors, and some witty exchanges early on: How did it end up so awful?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.