Will anti-evolutionists be able to adapt and survive in a new textbook market?
But hey: At least it ain't Cars 2
With help from a former church boy from Dallas, the state's "nones" are getting organized and going public.
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
What a year it was at the movies! Just reflect for a second all the places we've traveled together on our cinematic voyages of 2011 in that theatrical transport known as film. Alternate worlds and realities. All over the map of our own. Forward to the future. Back in time. Into the psyche. Hell, hal ... More >>
Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet will be at the Winspear in AprilMixmaster Merritt has posted the lineup for next season's TITAS performances, which will be spread across the Winspear and Wyly beginning September 1. Here, we bring you the roster for next season's Brinker Inte ... More >>
Maria May at the AT&T Performing Arts Center just sent over a release announcing the 2010-'11 seasons of the Brinker International Forum, TITAS and JAZZ ROOTS -- quite the trifecta, especially when you look at the roster for the Brinker International Forum. The whole kit, along with the atten ... More >>
And they bring him to life in Ghost Town
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Being Scarborough Renaissance Festival's newest monster hunter is a tough gig, but worth it
The joys of DIY filmmaking persist in Son of Rambow
There is no gold at the end of this terrible flick
With Hitchcock in its rear window, bland voyeur thriller does its best not to perturb(ia)
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda ever.
Da Vinci's leap to the screen leaves no room for surprise
Serenity spins a classic tale way out west
Polar Express is a kids action movie that parents will also warm to
Amusement parks insist their rides are safe, but who really knows?
Van Helsing explodes monster movie legends with hip upgrades
Like America's current leaders, Viggo and Hidalgo try to "enlighten" the Arabs with Western justice
Between The Rock and a hard place, The Rundown isn't so bad
Lions tames Duvall and Caine with feel-good cornpone
Why John Cusack wouldn't do anything till he made this Hitler movie
Our human blooper reel looks back at some questionable calls
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
Vendyl Jones says he's a crusading archaeologist searching for long-lost biblical treasures. His critics sya he's more worried about self-promotion than science.
Where good villains go to make a buck
A would-be Indiana Jones reopens the debate over who got to America first
Part homage, part rip-off, this remake doesn't stink too much
Bizu needs to tighten its menu before Dallas will pucker up
Trade in dinosaur bones pits entrepreneurs against scientists
Pi offers up math nerds, Orthodox Jews, warmed-over Lynch, and the secret name of God
With a tired plot and cutout characters, Six Days, Seven Nights seems longer
Through a lens darkly Juarez's street photographers capture the face of a horrific future--and the future is closer than you think
Condor is silly and familiar--which is the action-packed point
Director digs up more dinos to prove--maybe--he's still a little playful
After two decades, Star Wars has become the cult film for the rest of us
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Pierce Brosnan is golden in the best Bond since Connery