Adam Leon’s stellar first film—and TV show—toasts the tag artist
TEXANS CELEBRATE AMERICA - Neither of the pre-game patriotic performances achieved Whitney Houston-level kudos, but both were delivered tastefully and capably. Lindale's Miranda Lambert did some nice harmonizin' with her hubby on "America the Beautiful," and Burleson's Kelly Clarkson shared her Nati ... More >>
Stealing from the rich to ... oh, whatever. Funny is the message.
We know it's not the end of the world if we have to valet. It's not as if the attendant's going to go apeshit and take our car for a joyride. Things like that only happen in '80s comedies starring Matthew Broderick, right? The truth is that plenty of valet attendants are shitty drivers, but not as ... More >>
No wonder all the bees are dying—Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
"Thank you for all the joy and pain"
Jewish holidays, Dixie-style, in Ballyhoo; love's crazy in Theatre Quorum's Lights
Brooks' latest Producers is flawed, but it's better than the first
The Producers verks up a shvits at Fair Park; gradually moves backward, Betrayal does
At WaterTower Theatre, Living Out shines; The Nerd's life of leisure suits the Pocket
High School Hellcats bare their claws at Pocket; one-acts in Addison go to hell and back
After his younger brother died of AIDS, Joseluis Partida dedicated his life to warning people about the disease. But the politics of being gay and Hispanic made it tougher than he ever imagined.
Who's on first...and third and RF? Mr. Catalanotto, the Ranger without a home.
This year's lineup of 10 best is so much better than the rest of the year's trash, it's criminal
You Can Count on Me is a modest but brilliant treatise on modern relationships
The Deep Ellum Film Festival returns, suffering from the Terrific Twos
Go, go, Gadget... straight to hell
Everything I need to know about the modern American teen I learned by going to the movies
Student council elections fuel a wry examination of hypocrisy and desire
Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey can't negotiate their way through this thrill-free thriller
This enormous monster comes from small, TV-sized imaginations
What's wrong with this Picture? Everything
As Night Falls, Lumet proves even his failures possess spunk and spark
The Cable Guy spoofs TV culture; Moll Flanders spooks a classic novel
How obscure Texas actor Matthew McConaughey won the lead in Grisham's next big Hollywood thriller, A Time to Kill
Nell and Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle invoke mythological American women
The Road To Wellville, Alan Parker's hymn to greed, lust, and body fluids doesn't quite work