Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies—and she's bringing Chris Rock
"Well, I was passing by a pawn shop in an older part of town, something caught my eye and stop and turned around / I stepped inside and then I spied in the middle of it all, was a beat up old guitar hanging on the wall / 'What do want for that piece of junk?' I asked the old man / He just smiled and ... More >>
Dallas Area Rapid Transit said yesterday that "for the third consecutive year more than nine out of ten Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) customers report overall satisfaction with the agency." Most riders surveyed believe the trains and buses run on time and as scheduled, are plenty safe and bett ... More >>
Sex clubs in the 'burbs, teacher layoffs in the district, black holes in the commissioners court—Buzz makes perfect sense of 2008
Get Smart redux is a rare device: a TV remake for the big screen that works on its own terms
Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell are stuck In Bruges, which kicked off Sundance last night. PARK CITY, Utah -- The Sundance Film Festival hadn't even officially begun Thursday when word circulated through the 4-below Park City climes that the Directors Guild of America had reached a tentative, thre ... More >>
See Larry David's newest foil
No wonder all the bees are dying—Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
We of the rather casual bent here at Unfair Park have some hoity-toity contacts in the world of seeing and being seen. And don’t even try, because these sources will remain nameless so as to protect their scandalously aloof (yet observing) roll in the scene ... for our sake, naturally. As in, the ... More >>
...And other questions reporters can't ever ask
Second Thought takes on the History of the World
In Madagascar, the wild things romp, then roam
Adam Sandler, a star quarterback? If only they were joking.
Bill Bellamy's new fast lane
Chris Rock finds some new ambitions
Or: Just how does David Spade keep getting work?
The truth about Deep Ellum crime
Paula Poundstone is an open book
This Beast is a stormy success
Hollywood drops another nuke in New York, and it's just a dud
How two American filmmakers made a very British Boy
He steals Ali, but will Hollywood give Jamie Foxx a shot at the title?
David Cohen, matrimonial investigator
In Osmosis Jones, a virus takes over Bill Murray. So that's his excuse.
Heaven Can Wait, but hell can't, for Down to Earth
Nurse Betty ain't Shakespeare, but Neil LaBute's riff on shallow fantasies comes close
Spike Lee takes a fresh and gloriously unpolished look at black standup talent
Here's one Hong Kong hero who's ready to conquer
Writer-director Kevin Smith defends God, dirty words, and New Jersey
Kevin Smith finally uses his religion in Dogma
Quality Park Records doubles; Pinkston plans to bow; Doni Blair avoids the monkey suit; Charlie Gilder celebrates; Who is A Quick One; Punk rock lives in Arlington
Chris Rock's Bigger and Blacker than anyone, and his new album may be the funniest hip-hop album ever made
Prince Paul used to be hip-hop's leading court jester. Now, he's dead serious.
As the Hong Kong movie industry collapses, scads of Chinese filmmakers and actors are landing big jobs in Hollywood
Hollywood mainstream in the slipstream: hits, misses, remakes, and blasts from the past
Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs fathers a return to hip-hop pop
Melvin and Mario Van Peebles' Festival-capping historical drama Panther is a muddled mess