Wendell Baker is a dysfunctional Wilson family affair
In The Hoax, a lying president (Nixon) begets a lying author (Richard Gere). Good thing that wouldn't happen today.
A second, slimmer Capote movie fails to improve on its predecessor
Glossy combat epic offers a sanitized version of World War I
Mamma Mia! makes merry at Fair Park; All About Bette gets eyes rolling
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
He has three Oscars, co-wrote Bonnie and Clyde and Paul Newman digs him. So why don't you know Dallas-born filmmaker Robert Benton?
Twenty-five years later, a filmmaker comes to grips with his Kids
The tombstones in Oakland Cemetery bear names that reflect Dallas' greatness and its shame, from former mayors to klansmen. But years of neglect have left it overgrown and forgotten.
How Dallas police detective Shari Degan solved the grisly murder that rocked Dallas--in 1913
Novelist James Ellroy reshapes America's ugly history in his own image
Bless 'em, Dooms U.K. make art for Art Rock's sake
Contact is more like close encounters of the turgid kind
In the rockin' '80s, Bill Brosseau's sexy success story put his face in Money and Cosmopolitan. Times and fortunes change. Now he's a broke former cocaine addict facing a stint in federal prison.
Haunted by his mother's suicide, Dallas-born artist barron Storey has won fame drawing the darkness