Also new this week


'Avenue Montaigne' (PG-13)

Fresh from the provinces, a pretty young woman gets caught up in the artistic world of Paris.

Fox Tower

'Coffee Date' (NR)

In this comedy, a straight man begins to question his sexual orientation after dating a gay man as a joke.


'The Doctor's Horrible Experiment' (NR)

French film legend Jean Renoir's version of the tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde originally was released in 1959.

Living Room

'Gloomy Sunday' (NR)

A melancholy tune sets the stage for three men and a beautiful woman during the Nazi occupation of Hungary.

Living Room

'Invisible Children' (NR)

Every evening, children in Ugandan villages must flee to the city to avoid being kidnapped and forced into a rebel army. This documentary, a work in progress by a trio of college students, has sparked a nationwide movement.

Living Room, Cinema 21 (4:15 p.m. Sunday, April 22, only), Laurelhurst

'Lit Up' (NR)

The Cheech and Chong of Southeast Belmont Street struggle to survive a drought in this locally made low-budget comedy.

10 p.m. Friday, April 20, Bagdad

'In the Land of Women' (PG-13)

A confused 20-something (Adam Brody) retreats to his hometown and learns valuable lessons about life and love.

Pioneer Place, Hilltop, Division Street, Stark Street

'A Sentence of Their Own' (NR)

This documentary about the difficulties facing children with incarcerated parents shows as part of Making Children Visible, a benefit sponsored by Big Brothers Big Sisters Northwest that includes a panel discussion.

2 p.m. Saturday, April 21, Hollywood

'The Tripper' (R)

David Arquette goes out on a limb, directing and starring, with wife Courteney Cox, in a horror comedy about a Ronald Reagan-obsessed serial killer who goes on a hippie-killing rampage.

Broadway, Lloyd Mall, Clinton Street

'Vacancy' (R)

Luke Wilson pays off some pressing gambling debts by starring in this year's umpteenth slasher film.

Pioneer Place, Hilltop, Division Street, Stark Street