At a recent screening of “Deadpool 2,” the audience didn’t get up when the end credits came up, patiently sitting through the scrolling names of visual effects supervisors and lighting specialists. Real “Deadpool” fans know to stick around until the ushers toss them out.
Children who have spent much of their lifetimes making revving, rumbling sound effects with their mouths while pushing toy trucks through sand will really dig Dozer Days at the Clark County Fairgrounds.
“Patrick Melrose,” a despairing yet impressive Showtime adaptation of Edward St. Aubyn’s semi-autobiographical novels, is about a lonely little rich boy who is raped by his narcissistic father and ignored by his coldly aloof mother. In adulthood, Patrick becomes a raging heroin addict, clinging to recovery on the fringes of British high society.
It’s difficult to describe the love River Maiden’s customers have for this neighborhood coffee shop. I call them River-Maiden-heads, and they fill the neighborhood that surrounds River Maiden’s former home (in the strip mall with DuckTales Kitchen) and their new home nearby at 5301 E. Mill Plain Boulevard.
ABC unveiled its fall schedule Tuesday, touting the blockbuster success of its reboot of “Roseanne” and its plans to build on that triumph with a mix of new family comedies and dramas featuring familiar TV faces in new places.
My Brother’s Crawfish, which also has a location in Portland, recently opened in downtown Vancouver where Mama’s Kitchen and Boomer’s Sports Bar and Grill used to be. The family friendly, casual restaurant provides Cajun cuisine favorites that are packed with deep south flavor.