Your guide to summer's hottest films
Dallas dining is largely controlled by men. Seven women are trying to change that.
Jim Kirk didn't die. Bill Shatner just got scared to death.
Bill Rossell had two dreams: owning a bar and running a baseball team. The first dream came true. The second is about to. Somebody wake him.
Tom Green's directorial debut is occasionally hilarious but sloppily executed
With his own movie in tow, Dallas' indie-film guru goes to Robert Redford's festival, falls in love with the First-Timer, and embraces the hype
Kevin Bacon hasn't been in every movie ever made -- it just feels like it
Shakespeare's Dream finally becomes a wonderful reality
John Bloom has taken his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs, and gone Hollywood. But watching America's favorite drive-in movie critic on television these days, a new character is emerging: John Bloom himself
Willie Hutch wrote one of the greatest songs ever, but he ain't done yet
Sydney Pollack does -- and his reliable, sturdy movies earn him this year's Great Director Award
Gore and humor join forces in From Dusk Till Dawn
Can four young Dallas filmmakers sell their dream-and still keep their souls? Matt Zoller Seitz follows the trail of Bottle Rocket
Harvey Keitel talks about being discovered after 20 years of acting