As the strapping Jack Reacher, the star scores.
Uproar Festival Gexa Energy Pavilion Sunday, September 16 See also: The tattooed fans of Uproar Festival "Buttrock: a term to identify a band trademarked with cheap, unoriginal song lyrics; the vocalist hiding his lack of vocal talent by producing a deep and 'raspy' voice (i.e. Nickelback, Creed) ... More >>
"I hate Tom Cruise, but I'll still see it for the music." - My 49-year-old mother when discussing a Rock of Ages commercial. If that wasn't enough to make me interested in seeing the movie musical-cum-Broadway take on the late '80s Sunset Strip, then the thought of discovering who exactly would att ... More >>
Mike BrooksThe saga continues: From the Internet ether comes the (partial) fruits of that Erykah Badu/Flaming Lips collaboration we talked about a few weeks ago. "Now I Understand" sounds about right coming from the left/right brains of these two. Ambient, heavy-lidded, soulful and it featu ... More >>
Tom Cruise's mission: live another day as a bankable star.
Miles FisherMiles Fisher is becoming something of a renaissance man. The actor and musician, born and raised in Dallas, and the son of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas president Richard Fisher, stars in Final Destination 5, the latest in the long-lasting film series, which will be released in theat ... More >>
Guess this could go under the "From the RTF Department" category, since Miles Fisher has quite the estimable demo reel -- which includes a snippet from the video in which he parodies Tom Cruise's infamous Scientology promo. Or maybe "Business News for People Who Don't Read Business News," since Mile ... More >>
Courtesy the very Vimeo "retriever" comes the most breathless making-of ever made documenting the construction of the new Church of Scientology Center in Las Colinas, which opened over the weekend. This most likely comes from the L. Ron Hubbard birthday bash in Los Angeles at the end of March, but t ... More >>
For a few years he worked quietly and efficiently in one of the city's noisiest environments. But Egerton helped to build one of Dallas' best bartending teams.It's not always a fun job, slinging drinks for guests packed ten deep waving for your attention. Yet he and his crew at Candleroom managed to ... More >>
Hollywood plunders meaning from the Holocaust—again
Tom Cruise plots to kill Hitler in his latest impossible mission
Ben Stiller's Hollywood send-up lacks firepower
Get sand in your pants this weekend
With Step Brothers, Ferrell, Reilly, McKay & Co. still don't wanna grow up. And thank God for that.
The Inwood is playing with the boys
There's a big feature in The Los Angeles Times today about The Great Mark Cuban -- not tied to anything, from the looks of it, just a sort of "Hey, ya know, that Mark Cuban's a rich and interesting guy with a lot to say" kind of piece. The headline kind of gives it away: "Doing his own thing." Reall ... More >>
Be a judge at the red hot Chile Pepperama
NASCAR invades North Texas
Get a lesson in racing at Lone Star Park
Tom Cruise, you're nuts and probably holding Katie Holmes hostage, but Dallas still buys what you're selling. Why, I have no idea, but I find this kind of staggering. By now, you all know that Mission: Impossible III had a "disappointing" opening weekend, raking in a mere (heh) $47.7 million at the ... More >>
Mission: Impossible III runs the franchise into the ground
The game's the thing at Lone Star Drive-In
Reverend Horton Heat has a guitar named after him, the Necro Tonz arebreaking up and When Pop Music Goes Bad, Part 2
When Tom Cruise plays the bad guy, the results aren't very good
Like America's current leaders, Viggo and Hidalgo try to "enlighten" the Arabs with Western justice
Silly Caucasian boy Tom Cruise likes to play with Samurai swords
The Pang brothers want to feed your horror hunger, but some of their smorgasbord's stale
Biker Boyz is furious, but it ain't fast, which is a real drag
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket
Minority Report is guilty of being a fun ride with a bumpy end
Cameron Crowe takes Jerry Maguire on a dizzy trip through dreamland
True crit; Rock on
Sequel-itis infects Cruise's M:I-2, but not fatally
Full of conspiracies, all The Skulls lacks is a brain
Magnolia buries a radiant Tom Cruise beneath three hours of brilliant nothing
What will 1999 be remembered for -- Malkovich's head or Cartman's ass?
Tom Cruise indicts himself as a lightweight in Jerry Maguire
Idiotic agents sabotage the flawed, energetic Mission: Impossible
Olivier Martinez is an ornament in a lushly decorated Horseman on the Roof
Interview with the Vampire and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein try to invigorate the horror genre