The indie veteran and podcast pro on Tusk -- and what will finally shut him up.
Rebounding from a movie that pissed off and confused America, Joaquin Phoenix gives one of his best performances in Spike Jonze’s Her
Susan Miller doesn't throw words like "retrograde" around willy-nilly, even when there's an Oscar at stake. The celeb psychic put a celestial spin on last night's Academy Awards by droppin' fate cards via Twitter. More entertaining than the ceremony itself, Miller's astrological decrypting of the 8 ... More >>
Some of our notables showed great courage this year, others are simply notorious, but all 10 had a big impact in 2011.
â€‹The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association just released its tops-o'-2009 list; it follows in full after the jump. But, first, this teaser: Dodging critical conventional wisdom that has put Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker at the top of most critics' polls, the DFWCA instead opted to follow ... More >>
Exactly the sort of movie we don't need right now
Two entertainment notes to start your day, including news of a new CW TV show set in Dallas. Don't know the name yet, or even it will be filmed here (calls are in to Dallas Film Commission director Janis Burklund), but its roots are reputable enough: Endemol USA, the production company heretofore kn ... More >>
Doubt wags the finger of moral relativism
The enigmatic leading man reveals the method behind his onscreen madness
Sylvia sends a husband to the doghouse; End Times stirs memories of the Dust Bowl
Your guide to summer's hottest films
United 93 is the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association's best pic of 2006. Yeah, I can agree with that. The rest of the list, not s'much. The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association -- of which I am a member, though perhaps not for long -- this morning released its (our?) list of the year's ... More >>
Boy turns bug in redemptive kiddie-lit adaptation
Garrison Keillor's Prairie makes a fine pasture for Altman
Uma as an old lady? Yeah, sure, why not.
A slick remake of a barely fictionalized biopic renders Irish reporter Guerin's story as Hollywood truth
Our Endeavors whiffs out with its windy, open-air Two Gentlemen of Verona
California Suite isn't Neil Simon's best, but Richardson Theatre Centre could have done worse
A tiny publisher in the Big Bend lands a whopper—the sequel to The Bridges of Madison County
Condensing the 20th century into three hours is a poor idea, even if you're Istvan Szabo
A wobbly Basinger and a feeble screenplay doom I Dreamed of Africa
How Curtis Hanson turned James Ellroy's epic crime novel L.A. Confidential into one of the year's best films
Sydney Pollack does -- and his reliable, sturdy movies earn him this year's Great Director Award
Dallas congressman Bryant moves to bar 'defacement' of movies