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  • Party Pooper - The Wii's latest pool game is a cue stick in the mud

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    Party Pooper - The Wii's latest pool game is a cue stick in the mud

    Billiards is one of the few sports that's as taxing on a computer screen as it is in real life. It's played in pubs, after all, and its legendary star was named "Fats."Unfortunately, most virtual billiard games are behind the 8-ball in terms of quali...

    by Chris Ward on October 4, 2007
  • Nitwit Lit - Dizzy doings at CTD's Jeeves; then off to a Trailer Park in Addison

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    Nitwit Lit - Dizzy doings at CTD's Jeeves; then off to a Trailer Park in Addison

    Need a smile? Say Jeeves. No butler ever butled better than the one British-born humorist P.G. Wodehouse created as deadpan comic foil for ditzy upper-crust bachelor Bertie Wooster. The characters, and several silly companions, come gloriously, hila...

    by Elaine Liner on October 4, 2007
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    What Else is New? - DVD releases for the week of October 2

    The Audrey Hepburn DVD Collection (Paramount) Bram Stoker's Dracula: Collector's Edition (Sony) Christmas Television Favorites (Warner Bros.) The Comedians of Comedy: Live at the Troubadour (Image) Criminal Minds: The Second Season (Paramount) Day Ni...

    on October 4, 2007
  • Down in Flames - Lair's fire-breathing dragon is just a big turkey

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    Down in Flames - Lair's fire-breathing dragon is just a big turkey

    In terms of the yawning chasm between what was promised and what has been delivered, Lair earns the distinction of being the biggest letdown ever for PlayStation 3. Worse, it's also one of those games where massive prerelease hype merely ended up und...

    by Gary Hodges on September 27, 2007
  • Lincoln Slog - At Kitchen Dog, Man From Nebraska offers a muted vision of midlife angst

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    Lincoln Slog - At Kitchen Dog, Man From Nebraska offers a muted vision of midlife angst

    In his earlier plays, Killer Joe and Bug, writer Tracy Letts plundered the troubled lives of angry brutes and paranoid meth addicts, the sort of creepsters who dabble in homemade porn, homegrown reefer and homicide. So what's he doing wasting his ti...

    by Elaine Liner on September 27, 2007
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    Special Delivery

    Knocked Up (Universal) Apparently, as Judd Apatow was making Knocked Up he was also prepping for its DVD release, as most of the bonuses here were shot during breaks on location. And they're no small treats, either. Finally, here's a "collector's e...

    by Jordan Harper on September 27, 2007
  • Feeling Feverish?

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    Feeling Feverish?

    Saturday Night Fever: 30th Anniversary Special Collector's Edition (Paramount) For all its camp-classic status as the ultimate disco-fever dream, John Badham's movie truly is remarkable--a foul-mouthed, mean-streets masterpiece that just happens t...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 20, 2007
  • 'Roid Rage Returns - Metroid Prime 3 is the best you can get for the Wii

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    'Roid Rage Returns - Metroid Prime 3 is the best you can get for the Wii

    In space, no one can hear you scream, Jumpin' Jesus, this is one of the greatest games ever! But that doesn't mean you won't try during Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.Hard-core gamers know Metroid's star, bounty-hunter babe Samus Aran, has been kicking ...

    by Chris Ward on September 20, 2007
  • Buckets of Fun - In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards

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    Buckets of Fun - In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards

    Wayne Hudson and his accomplice-wife Scout are the Wal-Mart Bonnie and Clyde. Dubbed the "Mall Murderers" by media, the pair has shot, stabbed and strangled their way into the home of controversial film director Bruce Delamitri. He's the Wal-Mart Qu...

    by Elaine Liner on September 20, 2007
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    What Else Is New? - DVD releases for the week of September 18

    Beyond the Gates (Fox) Blade: House of Chthon (New Line) The Boss of It All (IFC) Boston Legal: Season Three (Fox) Brothers and Sisters: The Complete First Season (Buena Vista) Catherine Deneuve: Essentials (Wellspring) The Condemned (Lionsgate) Deli...

    on September 20, 2007
  • Legs to Spare

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    Legs to Spare

    The Graduate: 40th Anniversary Edition (MGM) Fifteen years after its last home-video commemorative edition (extras from which appear here), The Graduate once more gets the bonus-laden makeover--and if ever a movie deserved its kudos, it's Mike N...

    by Jordan Harper on September 13, 2007
  • Atlas Drowned - A sunken utopia sets the stage for a fascinating shooter

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    Atlas Drowned - A sunken utopia sets the stage for a fascinating shooter

    Typically, first-person shooters are a lot like virtual shooting galleries: Great fun, yes, but not exactly thought-provoking.So it's nice when an FPS comes along that's trying to be something more -- and even better when it actually succeeds. Someti...

    by Gary Hodges on September 13, 2007
  • One Good Turn - Billy Bigelow, ultimate anti-hero, finds his heart in Lyric Stage's sparkling Carousel

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    One Good Turn - Billy Bigelow, ultimate anti-hero, finds his heart in Lyric Stage's sparkling Carousel

    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. That's Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic "musical play" Carousel. In Lyric Stage's majestic production, directed by Cheryl Denson, the Irving Arts Center's acoustically generous Carpenter Performance Hall fills with wav...

    by Elaine Liner on September 13, 2007
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    What Else Is New? - DVD releases for the week of September 11

    Andre Rieu: Live in New York (Denon) Away From Her (Lionsgate) Bones: Season Two (Fox) Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (HBO) Casper Meets Wendy: Family Fun Edition (Fox) Charmed: The Final Season (Paramount) DOA: Dead or Alive (Weinstein) Ever Again (S...

    on September 13, 2007
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    Seasons in the Sun

    The Office: Season Three (Universal) After a shaky first season and a better-with-every-episode second, The Office proved itself one of the most consistent comedies in the history of the medium. The show has long since escaped the shadow of its BBC ...

    by Jordan Harper on September 6, 2007
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    Getting Medieval - Two Worlds sends next-gen RPGs back to the Dark Ages

    Funny how gaming's most epic genre -- the role-playing game -- often feels the most limited in scope. After all, how many times can we traverse a medieval land, defeat the orcs, rescue the girl, save the world, and level up along the way?Never enough...

    by Chris Ward on September 6, 2007
  • Twisted Sisters - DTC struggles with Pride and Prejudice; some funny "girls" in Nunsense: A-Men!

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    Twisted Sisters - DTC struggles with Pride and Prejudice; some funny "girls" in Nunsense: A-Men!

    Don't worry about what to wear to Dallas Theater Center's season opener, Pride and Prejudice. By the last scene, your outfit will be out of style. At least it feels that way. Three hours is a long sit at any play. Three hours of the quaint jibber...

    by Elaine Liner on September 6, 2007
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    What Else Is New? - DVD releases for the week of September 4

    The Black Donnellys: The Complete Series (Universal) Chill Out Scooby-Doo! (Warner Bros.) City of Violence (Weinstein) Delta Farce (Lionsgate) Desperate Housewives: The Complete Third Season (Buena Vista) Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your ...

    on September 6, 2007
  • They Killed the Dog

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    They Killed the Dog

    Year of the Dog (Paramount Vantage) It's just about the First Commandment of Hollywood: Don't kill the dog. So it's a testament to the clout of writer-director Mike White (School of Rock) that killing off the dog is the first of many rules broken i...

    by Robert Wilonsky on August 30, 2007
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    The Sympathetic Spy

    The Lives of Others (Sony) Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's film, easily the best of last year, exists on many levels: as tragedy, dark comedy and love story--not between a man and a woman, but between two seemingly opposite men bound by the sa...

    by Jordan Harper on August 23, 2007
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Like an old actor no longer able to remember his lines, maybe the Festival of Independent Theatres needs to be led gently out of the spotlight for good. The annual… More >>

In Christhelmet, Barflies Find Their Voices at Ochre House

From the first line of Christhelmet, you know you're in for something special in this gritty, great new musical written, directed by and starring Matthew Posey at his 40-seat Ochre… More >>

Festival of Indie Theatres off to Rocky Start Festival of Indie Theatres off to Rocky Start

The annual Festival of Independent Theatres is underway at the Bath House Cultural Center. Opening night featured two of the eight shows by companies too small to have their own… More >>

DTC's Steamy <i>Les Miserables</i> Updates Hugo DTC's Steamy Les Miserables Updates Hugo

Turns out the revolutionary way to stage Les Misérables is to take the French revolutionaries out of it entirely. No frilly shirts. No peasants waving big red flags. None of… More >>

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