Okay Tributes, it’s that time again. The second in the series of Suzanne Collins books come to life hits the big screen this week. Tickets for the movie started selling back in early October, and have been moving fast ever since.
34 years after its filming, Animal House still strikes a chord in Eugene.
Reaction from Portland film-goers who saw the movie at midnight Thursday was mixed. The portrayal of fatal teen-on-teen violence has been a contentious element of the film, which is rated PG-13.
'If a Tree Falls' was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary this year. The film tells the story of the Earth Liberation Front - an ecoterrorism group that made national headlines in the 1990s. Featured in the story is Daniel McGowan, a man who lived in Eugene.
If last year's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" marked the beginning of the end with a gripping feeling of doom and gloom, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" wraps things up once and for all on a note of melancholy.
"Zookeeper" is as dumb as they come, the movie that finally allows Adam Sandler to lend annoying voice to a Capuchin monkey as it talks incessantly about flinging poop around.
Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts start in the movie about a middle-aged, divorced man who decides it's finally time to give college a try.
To his credit, Michael Bay does try to put more human touch into "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," aiming to make up for the clattering mess of overgrown kitchen appliances that duked it out in the franchise's last installment.
Cameron Diaz, Jason Segel and Justin Timberlake star in the movie about a selfish and scheming teacher at a suburban middle school.
Remember when big, summer blockbusters were fun — when they were a light, clever and entertaining escape? That notion apparently eluded the makers of "Green Lantern," a joyless amalgamation of expository dialogue and special effects that aren't especially special.
Pixar usually hits movies out of the park, but the studio breaks the trend with "Cars 2."
If the cute, cuddly alien of Steven Spielberg's "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" had been imprisoned for decades by those cruel government guys chasing him, the result might have been something like J.J. Abrams' "Super 8."
"X-Men: First Class" goes back to the 1960s to take a look at how the X-Men first came together.
It's hard to imagine a more half-assed attempt at cashing in a second time than "The Hangover Part II."
The fourth film in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise feels overlong and overstuffed: needlessly convoluted yet, at the same time, phoned-in.