Like marriage, This Is 40 is long, aimless and worth it.
Pour le Corps label has been on my radar for a few months now, mainly because of their limited-edition theory and vinyl/cassette format. I appreciate that approach, as someone who often feels beat down by the fleeting nature of mp3s, and misses the tactile experience of listening to music: opening a ... More >>
While I wait for City Hall to get back to me about something, here's a little something to fill your holiday-week "work" hours: 32 minutes with Peter Weller, most of it shot Saturday during our chitchat following the Dallas Film Society's Very Special Screening of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banza ... More >>
Lithgow and Weller, together againLike I said a few weeks ago: John Lithgow's coming to town November 18 for a Very Special Event courtesy the Dallas Film Society, which will take place at the Hall of State with Elvis Mitchell moderating the Q&A. And, like I said a few weeks ago, the Dallas F ... More >>
Might we see Buckaroo Bonzai on the big screen when John Lithgow comes to town next month? Maybe so, maybe so.Last year's inaugural Art of Film event at the Hall of State was quite the wingding as the great Elvis Mitchell and Robert Duvall informally, thoughtfully and quite giddily chatted about ... More >>
Ooking 'bout a revolution.
Exactly the sort of movie we don't need right now
No place like home: The Dallas crew behind the local Samsung short-film contest entry. Starting today and throughout the next week, you can vote on the teen-made films entered in Samsung's Fresh Films contest -- and, of course, there's a Dallas entry. In this case, it's an "action/thriller" short fi ... More >>
DTC's Illusion plays ugly tricks; Communicating Doors plays with time
Bill Condon's movie about Kinsey is warm-- and plenty hot, too
The world according to John Irving
Shrek offers an amusing, if empty, fractured fairy tale
Vertical Limit isn't a "relationship" flick--it's a numbing Die Hard on ice
Beverly May's day
Cliff Redd heads up the Shakespeare Festival again, and shakes up the status quo