In Ferguson, Missouri, this week, as police officers began to look more like soldiers, and as the lack of transparency about the Mike Brown shooting continued, a police officer in Dallas took to his smartphone. Major Max Geron heads the Dallas Police Department's Media Relations Unit, Community Aff ... More >>
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Former Dallas County judge and prosecutor Catherine Crier left her hometown long, long ago -- exactly 20 years ago, matter of fact, when she swapped the bench for the bright lights of CNN, then ABC, then Fox News Channel, then Court TV and a series of books. Says her bio on Crier Communications Inc. ... More >>
Texas music looks great. It provokes the imagination and illustrates the intangible. For years, we've been providing the necessary flavor to help filmmakers tell their stories. It's what we do; we're obviously good at this kind of thing. And it goes both ways: Movie soundtracks are the kind of thin ... More >>
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Your guide to summer's hottest films
A subdued thriller considers the ominous power of storytelling
Sarah Silverman speaks the unspeakable. And funny? Oh hell, yes.
Why the biggest deal at Sundance was no big deal at all
Kitchen Dog measures Circumference of a Squirrel; Labyrinth's Wonderful Life wanders
Spielberg and Hanks spawn a daring new genre: the post-9-11 comedy
The Cat in the Hat forms clumps for easy scooping and disposal
Dickens murder mystery satisfies at WaterTower; Fully Committed fizzles at DTC
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Three actors, two hours, 700 years of old jokes in Complete History of America (abridged)
Reissues dominated, but an international crop of films yielded some good harvest
Cheating is bad, says the simplistic Emperor's Club
No one's likely to tout Cletis, whoever he is
Kidman's Birthday Girl sets a trap, but for whom?
Gallic wackiness makes The Closet a winning gay farce
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Donal Logue's fat, stoned, loveable lothario steals hearts and the show in The Tao of Steve
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
This "official" John Woo knockoff is less than dazzling
Most of the year's best films were from the outside looking in
He's mean, he's nasty, he's hilarious--and finally, Allen's back
Art director brings flair to the franchise
Disney's Hercules is all brawn, no brain
The tenth annual Dallas Video Festival shows why video is eclipsing film as the mass art medium
The Cable Guy spoofs TV culture; Moll Flanders spooks a classic novel
With Casino, Scorsese brilliantly leads us down the primrose path to heaven--and hell--on earth
To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar is a plastic pleasure
Filmmaker Terry Zwigoff is still haunted by the bizarre cast of characters from Crumb
The DMA celebrates Chuck Jones, animation's beloved toonsmith
Pauly Shore, the crown prince of Valley Dudes, ponders the secret of his success