Clooney's actors shine in The Monuments Men, and that's almost enough.
But hey: At least it ain't Cars 2
What ever happened to the lovable underdog?
Why are Mastodon writing music for the new Monsters Inc. prequel, Monsters University? As this blog's self-appointed Mastodon Correspondent (the position pays as well as you'd imagine), I have been ordered to conduct an immediate investigation into this somewhat unexpected turn of events, lest we al ... More >>
From Toronto, a glimpse of this year's most bracing films
She says she wanted to try the food, but we think Cheap Bastard stopped by Moon Wok just to have an excuse to break out her fedora, single white glove and sequined ruby dancing shoes. You can find the place at 8670 Skillman St., 214-221-8888. Times I drove by and said to myself, "Ha. Moon Wok," bef ... More >>
David Simons new HBO series uses fiction to honor The Crescent Citys surreal, heart-breaking reality
Michael Douglas and Jesse Eisenberg in Solitary Man, one of the first titles announced for the Dallas International Film FestivalAfter the jump you'll find a list of the first 10 titles announced for this year's Dallas International Film Festival -- you know, The Film Fest Formerly Known as AFI D ... More >>
Patrick MichelsChinatown writer Robert Towne walking the red carpet at NorthPark Center last nightPatrick has posted his bang-up slide show from last night's AFI Dallas International Film Festival kick-off, which comes with the most adorable photo of Rinko Kikuchi you'll find anywhere and several ot ... More >>
The AFI Dallas International Film Festival just released its first list of films selected for this year's shindig, which runs March 26 through April 2 -- with, as noted last month, most of the screenings taking place at the AMC NorthPark. Among the offerings are three world-premiere docs, a Zooey De ... More >>
Mark Graham John Goodman Couple of years back in the paper version of Unfair Park, we profiled National Center for Policy Analysis boss man John Goodman, who was in the news at the time for firing Bruce Bartlett -- a longtime Republican who'd been critical in the press and in a book about George W. ... More >>
It's anime on overdrive in the Wachowski brothers' souped-up, tricked-out Speed Racer
No wonder all the bees are dying—Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
Why in God's name did Steve Carell take the paycheck?
The Inwood displays the Coens' Brotherly love
Is George W. Bush a conservative? Author Bruce Bartlett doesn't think so,
and saying that cost him his job.
Don Carter's All Star Lanes
Blondes have more fun
Does drinking flavored malt beverages make men more appealing to women?
In the Ice Age, three mammals and a baby try to keep us warm
DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name
Storytelling continues Solondz's bluster of sex, rage and insanity
Or, one man's passion for Clooney, killers, kooks and corn
A virginal oaf seeks love Under the Sun
Monsters, Inc. opens the door to a world so good it's scary
My First Mister proclaims the transcendence of a pretty young freak
Liv Tyler makes the boys go crazy-funny in One Night at McCool's
Joel and Ethan Coen's Brother hits a Homer
With a homeboy headed for the White House, a handful of his Dallas pals have hopes of making their mark on Washington
Disney finds its own new groove with a dynamic Emperor
Forget Cincy--our experts say the Boys will get a lot worse before they get better
Fox hits another iceberg
Bruckheimer's Coyote Ugly pours a lethal cocktail
Animated duo return in a very Rocky road movie
Scorsese manages to bring out the dead, especially in the living
Jeff Bridges' wacked-out stoner carries the Coens' The Big Lebowski
The Borrowers is fun enough, but gives nothing back
Denzel Washington's Fallen, and he can't get up