Woody Allen investigates the problem of time.
The horror of middle-class America in Revolutionary Road
Sci-fi remake misses the point, and that's a Klaatu Barada no-no
How powerful can a woman be when she's dangling by a leg and touching her "teaser"?
No wonder all the bees are dying—Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
Failure is McConaughey's perfect movie and a pretty good one for us
Cute hams in DCT's Charlotte's Web; one actor hogs the stage in Shakespeare's Keeper
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Misery strips King's thriller to the bone at RTC; for Hypochondriac, take two aspirin
In this Little Black Book you'll find a lot of mean people
Philip Seymour Hoffman is a great actor, because he never acts
The year's best featured plenty of Sad White Guys
At the Deep Ellum film fest, fact becomes fiction becomes fact
The prize is $2 million, but the reward isn't worth the effort
He's cuddly, goofy and often a bore. Meet the new Jesse James.
Twenty-eight years after its creation, the once-proud USA Film Festival has lost its focus. Can, and will, two new area film fests fill the void?
Primary Colors mixes comedy with civic-minded goo and revue-sketch impersonation
Don't come looking for subtlety, but Titanic is a great big romantic cornball success
Stage West maintains a comic sensibility in Simpatico
Emilio Estevez directs and stars in the classic war story
The remake of Diabolique is a stale, creaky version of the sick French classic
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Hackers and Angus offer different movie visions of the high-school experience
Can four young Dallas filmmakers sell their dream-and still keep their souls? Matt Zoller Seitz follows the trail of Bottle Rocket