Low-energy Italian mystery doesn't thrill.
Check me on this. Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the outfit that runs the trains, didn't know how to keep their trains running in an ice storm. The same kind of trains operate in winter weather cities all over the world. There's a way to keep them running in an ice storm. But DART didn't know how. L ... More >>
Coppola romanticizes his source material
Wooden acting all around--and not just in Stage West's brittle Puppet Boy
...was the FBI. Watch out, City Hall. Shoe Two's comin'.
Sahara has no reason to exist, until you see who made it
This year, blood-soaked extreme metal took its rightful place in the world of heavy music.
Oh, it's so scary when they name a new chief
Classical Acting Company digs deep with All My Sons; at KDT, a muddled Much Ado
Bolton wants a hearing? Nah. He wants money.
Once more, Tim Allen drops a lump of coal down the chimney
From the SMU vaults, a collection of bad movies with, ahem, good intentions
Tony Curtis commits felonious acting at DSM; Plano Rep rips into an old play about jail
Color-blind casting is one thing, but Captain Corelli's Mandolin goes absurdly overboard
Bruckheimer's Coyote Ugly pours a lethal cocktail
They the people; Free stuff
Sean Penn fails to bring life to the Villa
Tim Robbins' Orson Welles project bites off more than it can chew
Untitled; Those who can't, teach; You say it's your birthday
In Tea, Zeffirelli paints an annoyingly whimsical version of WWII
The Texas Rangers better win the pennant this year, if only to atone for subjecting fans to two decades of baseball hell. Mike Shropshire chronicles the team's cursed early years in an exclusive Observer excerpt.
A Month By the Lake feels like years