Culture/Arts

Movie Talk: Links of Interest – a movie review of ANTICHRIST

 Here is a link to my review of Lars von Trier's new, controversial film, Antichrist, which opens at the Cinema 21 on October 30th, and which, depending on which version is show, may not be advertised in the Oregonian. The review appears at Kevin Smith's website, QuickStopEntertainment

"The Body Knows" Tom Park interviews Caroline Sutherland

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Pathways
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Sun, 08/17/2008

 

27:12 minutes (24.9 MB)

Sacred Wounds: Tom Park interviews Jan Goldstein

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Pathways
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Sun, 03/09/2003

 

27:07 minutes (24.82 MB)

Awakening: Tom Park interviews Cynthia Slon

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Pathways
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Sun, 02/10/2008

 

26:44 minutes (24.48 MB)

Undoing the Ego: Tom Park interviews Nouk Sanchez and Tomas Vieira

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Pathways
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Sun, 09/21/2008

 

28:24 minutes (26 MB)

Movie Talk: Links of Interest – a book review of EVIL AT HEART by Portland writer Chelsea Cain

 Here is my review of Portland writer Chelsea Cain's latest thriller Evil at Heart. Her books have been sold to the movies, so we hope to see their adaptation to the screen some day. The review is at the Vancouver Voice, but also at my blog, where it enjoys italics, links, and pictures. 

Stage and Studio on 09/12/09

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Stage and Studio
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Sat, 09/12/2009 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Portland Taiko & Theatre Vertigo

Dmae Roberts talks to Portland Taiko about their 15th anniversary upcoming concerts with Teres Enrico, Michelle Fujii and the returning  Ann Ishimaru, a past co-artistic directors. And in the latter part of the show, we find out about Theatre Vertigo's new production of The Ruby Sunrise.

Review of "Whiteout" opening wide today (9/11/09)

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Whiteout
Director: Dominic Sena
With: Kate Beckinsale, Tom Skerrit, Gabriel Macht, Alex O’Loughlin, Columbus Short

I am an acquaintance of Greg Rucka, a Portland writer whom I have interviewed a few times for KBOO on his fine work as a thriller writer.  He is also well-known for his graphic novels, from which this bad movie is adapted.  I hope he got paid a lot for this, because they ruined it.
Okay, I never read the books from which this came, but I can’t imagine Greg writing anything this bad.

Movie Talk: Links of Interest – a book review of THE BOOK OF GENESIS ILLUSTRATED BY R. CRUMB

 Here is a link to my review of the new R. Crumb comic book, his adaptation of Genesis, the first book of the Bible. The review appears here in the Vancouver Voice. Or, if you want to read a review with italics and illustrations, it is also to be found at my blog

Review of Big Fan, opening Sept. 11 at Cinema 21

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Big Fan
Director: Robert Siegel
With: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Corrigan, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Michael Rappaport

The best thing about this movie, among a lot of good things, is that a viewer can project her/his own prejudices on to the main characters.  No matter what you think about sports mania, you can find something to seize on.
Paul (Oswalt) is a stunted man-child from Staten Island with a crummy job who lives and dies with the fortunes of his favorite pro football team, the NY Giants.  He has no other life beyond his fealty to the team. 

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