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Revolutionary Road: Winslet and DiCaprio Awake to a Nightmare

12 years ago by Scott Foundas
No writer ever gazed deeper or more despairingly into the prison of middle-class American conformity than Richard Yates, which may explain why none of his books sold more than 12,000 copies in his lifetime and why it's taken more than 40 years for one of them to reach the big...
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Another Fried Chicken Sandwich: A Review of Golden Chick's Go at the Trend

4 months ago by TC Fleming
There’s a lot more going on right now than chicken. But there is also chicken going on. Richardson-based Golden Chick noticed that many of us spent the latter part of last year focused on fast food chicken sandwiches. In art, originality counts for a lot, but in fast food it...
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Tom Hardy Movies Ranked by How Hard It Is to Understand What He's Saying

4 months ago by Liam Gaughan
This past week saw the release of the Al Capone biopic Capone, but those looking for a grim, gritty story of how the notorious gangster rose to power in Chicago may be sorely disappointed — the film instead depicts an aging Capone who luxuriates in his Florida estate and has all...
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Alright, Alright, Alright: Are We Witnessing a McConaissance 2.0?

8 months ago by Liam Gaughan
“There are three things that I need each day,” Matthew McConaughey told an eager audience at the Dolby Theater in 2014. “One, I need something to look up to, another to look forward to, and another is someone to chase.” It was a surprisingly tender moment for the Texas native,...
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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

NR
Comedy, Drama
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Before the Flood

NR
Documentary
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Titanic Feast

PG-13
Drama, Program, Romance
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The 11th Hour (2007)

PG
Documentary
Leonardo DiCaprio wants you to know that we are in serious trouble. No amount of artful chin stubble, it seems, will reverse the depletion of fossil fuels or help to slow population growth. No, my friends, the time has come for serious action, and that means traveling to various doomed picturesque locations in order to make direct-to-camera...
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Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Deems Spotlight Best Film of 2015

5 years ago by Chase Whale
This morning the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association (DFWFCA) announced the winners of its 22nd annual film critics awards.  If you somehow missed this article’s headline: Thomas McCarthy’s based-on-a-true-story newsroom drama Spotlight won Best Picture, as well as a few other awards.  If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter...

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