If civilization does collapse on Friday, December 21, 2012, which is the day the Mayans were all like Hey guys! Earth's gonna explode in a fiery saucer of flames and stuff!, then any remaining future humans (or any aliens stopping on the burnt husk of Earth to take a leak) will be able to read the s ... More >>
Domino's recent trend of gourmet-ing the shit out of their food jumped to new heights recently. Introducing, from the company's Japanese chain (via Eater), the Prestige Quattro, which is not a sequel to the Hugh Jackman film. This is the $50 (¥3,900) unbelievably fancy pizza that features four sid ... More >>
Some misery you enjoy. Some comedy is just miserable.
Mechanistic, spare-parts melodrama is almost human.
Peering inside the secret rituals of female friendship.
Robert WuhlRobert Wuhl is bringing his solo show Assume the Position to the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival at WaterTower Theatre in Addison next week. The two-week festival opens tomorrow with a lineup of more than 20 different performances of drama, dance, music and comedy. It's an enjoyably fr ... More >>
All photos WireImageAshton Kutcher, Demi Moore and noted comedy genius Justin Timberlake at the Rachovsky HouseWoke up this morning to find some last-night souvenirs in the in-box -- some, from the Audi Forum at the Rachovsky House on Preston and Northwest Highway, which the car-maker's taken ove ... More >>
No less an authority on hot guys than People has declared Jack Ingram--who started his country career here in Dallas while studying at SMU, and who has recorded live albums at Adair's and Billy Bob's--one of Country's Hottest Guys in a cover expose on the subject. In its interview with Ingram, the m ... More >>
I generally agree with Jerry Seinfeld. On everything. Including the Oscars. During a show at, of all places, UTA's Texas Hall in '02 the comedian quipped, "Worst thing about The Oscars is that they never tell you the final scores. We're Americans. We not only want to know who won, but ... More >>
Like a musical minus the music, or every other melodrama you've ever seen
That Darren Aronofsky sure is ambitious. Too bad his movie makes no sense.
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy
X-Men tie-in is an uncanny bore.
The third X-Men is a charm for comic fans
Van Helsing explodes monster movie legends with hip upgrades
Tender-hearted mutants kick significant keister in X-2: X-Men United
Meg and Hugh travel through time to find gooey love and good manners
Someone Like You takes a good idea like "adult romantic comedy" and lifts its leg all over it
Marvel's mutants are a modest squad of dullards in this frustrating adaptation
Or: How do you bring a comic book to life without killing a superhero?