This Independent Week

Cinema 21
616 N.W. 21st Ave.

“Saraband” Contact theater for show times.
Eighty-six-year-old Ingmar Bergman comes out of retirement yet again to tell the moving and probing story of those “damn kids” and how they have “no respect for anything.”

Clinton St. Theater
2522 S.E. Clinton St.

“Gumby the Movie” contact theater for show times.
Once as a child, during one of mommy’s “benders” I found myself alone in the house for a weekend with no food. By Saturday afternoon, I was so hungry I cracked open my first can of Playdoh. Finding it both salty and sweet, I quickly finished off the contents of my Fun Factory before I realized how badly my stomach was hurting. The gastronomic results were a lot like “Gumby the Movie.” Shitty, but pliable

“Rosemary’s Baby” 7, 9:30
Baby Satan? CUTE!

Hollywood Theatre
4122 N.E. Sandy Blvd.

“Liberated Zone” Contact theater for show times.
An East German coming of age tour de force about an outsider awaking the sexual interests of an economically depressed community that’s not Hedwig. Great.

“Docupalooza: Project Youth Doc Screening” Contact theater for show times.
The culmination of four weeks of intensive teaching; this program features any number of documentaries about how nobody understands me. I hate you mom!

Moreland Theater
6712 S.E. Milwaukie Ave.

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” 5:30, 8
Even as a creepy, top-hatted, porcelain-skinned, pedophile Johnny Depp is FINE! Damn, he can oompa my loompa any day.

Roseway Theater
7229 N.E. Sandy Blvd.

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” 5:40, 8
Let me tell you about oompa loompas. They are sick and gross and I hate them.