This Independent Week

Cinema 21
616 N.W. 21st Ave.

“Me and You and Everyone We Know” 7, 9, also Fri.-Sat. 10:45, Sat.-Sun. 1, 3, 5
A touching film about a shoe salesman, a performance artist, internet porn and adolescent sodomy. Man, sometimes these things just write themselves!

2021 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd.

“Sin City” M-F. 8:35
I don’t read comic books, and I don’t see movies based on them. Unless they star Kirsten Dunst. Top-notch.

“Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill” 5:20, 7:00
Sequel to the hugely popular “Wild Parrots of Rocky Butte,” 1999’s seminal film about birds who “park.”

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

“We Jam Econo: Story of the Minutemen” 7
I was told this movie was a portrayal of the roots of punk, but it totally wasn’t–it made no mention of “Green Day” or “Chumbawumba.” Fucking bullshit, bro.

“Gimme Shelter” 9
I was told this movie was a portrayal of concerts that get out of control, but it totally wasn’t–the directors have clearly never been to a “Good Charlotte” show. Fucking intense, bro.

Guild Theater
829 S.W. Taylor St.

“Major Dundee” Th.-Sat. 7:30, Sun. 7
Accustomed to a simple life in the Australian Outback, a legendary crocodile hunter (Charleton Heston) finds it difficult to adjust to the New York rat-race when a hottie journalist (Richard Harris) brings him to her fast-paced world. Delicious fish-out-of-water fare from classic director Sam Peckinpah.

Moreland Theater
6712 S.E. Milwaukie Ave.

“Batman Begins” 5:30, 8:20
See “Sin City” above.

Roseway Theater
7229 N.E. Sandy Blvd.

“Batman Begins” 5:40, 8:15
See “We Jam Econo: Story of the Minutemen” above.