Adam Leon’s stellar first film—and TV show—toasts the tag artist
Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund chat about the film version of On the Road
Violent new drama endlessly argues crime is just business.
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies—and she's bringing Chris Rock
Filmmaker Bentley Brown was born in Dallas, but he moved to Chad with his family when he was eleven. It was in high school there that he began making short films with friends. Brown returned to the States for college at Emory and, for a time, suppressed his post-grad predisposition to filmmaking as ... More >>
And nine more choice flicks.
Rob AllynLongtime observers of the local political landscape probably hear the name Rob Allyn and think of the Trinity River Corridor Project (Schutze insists it was Allyn who came up with those solar-powered water taxis), myriad mayoral campaigns, those Dubya ads attacking John McCain's environm ... More >>
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting
Julian Schnabel sees only treacle in the story that inspired his Diving Bell
Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007); Michelangelo Antonioni (1912-2007)
Year-in-the-life of the IRA speaks volumes about our current fog of war
A scene from John Carstarphen's Panic Time, which debuts tonight for free at the Inwood Theater Old Friend of Unfair Park John Carstarphen, whose 1995 debut Stealin' Home was a fave of former DO'er Matt Zoller Seitz's way back when ("a funky, frenetic, upbeat piece of African-Americana!"), debuts hi ... More >>
He plays golf with George Clooney. He clowns around with Chris Tucker. He's best buddies with Peri Gilpin. He's a pasty white dude named Steve Stodghill.
Bill Murray is an aging Don Juan revisiting former loves in Broken Flowers
Twenty-five years later, a filmmaker comes to grips with his Kids
Raising Victor Vargas draws remarkable performances from an untrained cast
The Piano Teacher plays in the key of kink
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
At the French film fest, art and commerce do a nasty mating dance
Director Darren Aronofsky makes films that resemble himself: smart and abrasive
With his own movie in tow, Dallas' indie-film guru goes to Robert Redford's festival, falls in love with the First-Timer, and embraces the hype
Drunken Horses, and the children who must lead them over rocks and mines
Inspired by Patty Hearst, Cecil B. Demented rails against the dying of the cinema
Twenty-eight years after its creation, the once-proud USA Film Festival has lost its focus. Can, and will, two new area film fests fill the void?
Dallas-based Regent Entertainment vies to become a Hollywood player, and it's off to an Oscar-winning start
Meredith Miller decides to say folk it and goes rock
Bodrov gives his wartime Prisoner an air of bittersweet timelessness
Spike Lee's Get on the Bus takes us to amazing places
Kansas City is Robert Altman's best movie in years--but does anyone care anymore?
The White Balloon sails atop simple storytelling
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX