Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
A domineering Streep doesn't quite kill August: Osage County.
Jose Luis Bedoy is sort of like the Richard Gere character in Pretty Woman. He, too, became smitten by a woman of the night, despite his better judgment, and he, too, risked his career to keep the relationship alive. There are, however, some key differences, which are described in detail in an indi ... More >>
A brief word of advice to Parkland and UT Southwestern. It's time to throw back the curtains and let in some sunlight. Drag all the skeletons from the closet. All of them, even those gruesomely deformed ones stuffed in the back. Put them where passersby can take a good long look. Blush. Act contrite ... More >>
Playing evil is more fun than playing good anyway, right?
Tom Hanks ages into mid-life obsolescence.
In Kit Kittredge, all it takes to cure the Depression is a little Miss Sunshine
West goes South at Borders
See Steel Magnolias in Garland
Want to get the scoop on Lovett? Too bad.
Julia Roberts was once a pretty spokesperson for Earth Biofuels. Now, she's but a runaway bride. I've gotten several inquiries in recent days from Earth Biofuels shareholders wanting to know if there's any news concerning their, ahem, investment. Yes, indeed: This very week, the Dallas-based manufac ... More >>
Doesn't seem so long ago that Dallas-based Earth Biofuels was a company on the rise: Julia Roberts, Willie Nelson and Morgan Freeman were shareholders and on the board of directors, and exactly one year ago, Roberts signed on to act as spokeswoman for the alternative-fuels company HQ'd on Knox Stree ... More >>
Earlier today we mentioned the Associated Press story about Earth Biofuels' creditors seeking Chapter 7 liquidation of the Knox Street-based company. Well, Forbes has just followed it with a piece that pretty much lays it all out there: "The Party's Over," reads the headline, which is old news to fo ... More >>
The Dallas-based company to which Willie Nelson's hooked up the bus and a whole lot more is having financial...um...issues. Things looked good for Dallas-based Earth Biofuels last summer: Willie Nelson and Morgan Freeman were on the board of directors, Julia Roberts signed on as pretty spokeswoman ( ... More >>
A Friend of Unfair Park with a very long memory recalls that in July, we mentioned that Julia Roberts was named spokesperson for Dallas-based Earth Biofuels, which produces, markets and distributes -- what else? -- biodiesel fuel. The company only last week launched something called the "BioWillie M ... More >>
This is the mouth that will be selling Dallas-based Earth Biofuels Inc. to the world. Don't know how I missed this, but on Tuesday, the local alternative-fuel company Earth Biofuels Inc. announced that Julia Roberts will act as the company's spokesperson--and, get outta here, chair its brand-new adv ... More >>
This stage is chock full of real Women
A rare superior sequel, Ocean's Twelve entertains with cinematic sleight of hand
Urban savages wage war over sex in Mike Nichols' dreadfully funny new film
Dallas Screenwriter Association's First Tuesday night readings at Half Price Books
There's a Graves situation at the Dallas Opera
All's not Wellesley when Julia cracks a Mona Lisa Smile
The Coens make a '40s comedy with a Cary named Clooney
A: Buy the DVD for Full Frontal
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits the target: Hollywood
Dallas Children's Theater and Pocket Sandwich know how to handle kids, both big and little kinds
The Women's Museum enjoys the silents
Soderbergh and Clooney knock over Vegas without much to show for it
It's hard to fall in love with America's Sweethearts
Brad and Julia get pistol-whipped by The Mexican
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
Julia Roberts fights injustice while trying to keep her top on
Speak now, or forever wish you hadn't wasted eight bucks
What happens when two pretty movie stars fall in love? Uh, got us!
Stepmom is a great cry for a good reason
Conspiracy Theory gives slick thrillers a good name
What's wrong with this Picture? Everything
Wedding smothers the romantic comedy--by embracing it hard
Neil Jordan's passion fuels Michael Collins
A quirky eroticism fires the classical Mary Reilly
Julia Roberts delivers a relationship comedy that doesn't betray us
Robert Altman's surprisingly leaden look at the fashion industry is all dressed up with nowhere to go