Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Dallas likes to save rubber bands. That's according to those who responded to the America's Least Wasteful Cities survey, anyway.Some news and notes on this thank-God-it's-Friday:I've been told that everyone loves lists. So, then, with that in mind: Mazel tov, Dallas! Last year, we came in at No. ... More >>
Walter Mosley, author of Devil in a Blue Dress and Black Betty, hanging out in the Sundance HQ Friday afternoon As the sender and recipients of this particular e-mail are fine folks well-regarded in the movie bidness (I know, right?), we'll leave their names off this missive. But for those who witne ... More >>
Horror films failed to scare up the big bucks in 2007
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On Tuesday, Sunu Gonera was in town promoting his forthcoming debut as feature-film director: Pride, the true-life tale of Philadelphia swim-team coach Jim Ellis, played by Terrence Howard (Crash, Hustle & Flow). It was kinda surprising that the Zimbabwe-born Gonera had never been to Dallas before, ... More >>
A documentary portrait of a pedophile priest and his pious protectors
Do you wanna have coffee with Mitch Albom? How about with his books? Yeah, not so much. Barnes & Noble Booksellers is a book store that sells Starbucks coffee. Starbucks is a coffee shop that, beginning next month, will sell books. Why not? It already sells CDs (including Starbucks-only product from ... More >>
Why the biggest deal at Sundance was no big deal at all
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Pssst, wanna see a movie that isn't out yet...legally?
Cabin Fever revisits the gore flick, with obvious results