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Trespass: Nicole Kidman Says "I Don't Give a Fuck Anymore," Everyone Nods in Agreement

10 years ago by Melissa Anderson
A home-invasion movie as instantly forgettable as its title, Trespass is not without disturbing images: namely, Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman as spouses. The two Nics play Kyle and Sarah Miller, owners of a sprawling modernist manor and parents of back-talking teen Avery (Liana Liberato). Yet the luxe exteriors cannot...
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The Last Stand in Oak Cliff Peddles Burgers, Tacos and Beer with Help of Fence

1 year ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
The Last Stand is the newest peddler of tacos (and burgers) in the iconic white and red cement taco stand at Davis and Bishop. They also serve beers and frychos, which can't be bad.
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The DMA’s Dior Retrospective Honors a Fashion God With a Worthy Altar

2 years ago by Eva Raggio
In past years, the Dallas Museum of Art has honored haute couture with captivating exhibitions, from the high-tech showing of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s outlandish designs to the sculptural avant-garde whimsy of Iris Van Herpen. The DMA's latest fashion retrospective is about the most iconic name yet. Dior: From Paris to the...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

2 years ago by The Mixmaster
Wednesday It’d be easy to write off Midwestern-born singer-songwriter Pokey LaFarge as an archetypical hipster- a one-man Mumford & Sons, complete with banjo, fedora and bow tie. But of course, nothing could be further from the truth. Combining elements of modern Americana music with deeper cuts into ragtime, early jazz...
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Boy Erased Exposes the Cruel Stupidity of "Gay Conversion Therapy"

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
It documents with an incisive drabness the group sessions, garbled sermons and general shoddiness of Love in Action, the program that 19-year-old Jared (Lucas Hedges) gets enrolled in by his parents, played by Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe
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Aquaman Proves Superheroes Are Better Down Where It’s Wetter

2 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Not incidental to Aquaman’s pleasures is its vision of a mixed-race hero, played by a mixed-race actor, fighting to protect and understand clashing aspects of his heritage
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The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: Big Boi, Dawes and More

2 years ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Nicki Minaj and Future may have canceled this week, but there's plenty to get excited about. Catch Big Boi, Dawes, Simple Minds and more this week. LANY 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, at South Side Ballroom, 1135 S Lamar St., 214-421-2021, $28.50 Indie pop outfit LANY has had triumphant performances in Dallas. With...
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In The Wife, Glenn Close Has Had It Up to Here Standing in the Shadow of Jonathan Pryce

3 years ago by April Wolfe
This is a portrait of a decades-long partnership coming to a head but also of the American literary community reckoning with what so many know to be true: Women are still not seen as “serious” writers or contenders for major prizes
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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

2 years ago by Paige Skinner
Friday Long before “meta” became an overused catchphrase, there was Mystery Science Theater 3000, a movie wrapped in a comedy show wrapped into a “science experiment” that left creator Joel Hodgson trapped in orbit with his robot pals, where they were forced to watch bad movies and make hilarious comments...
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We Chatted With Robby Staebler of All Them Witches about Drugs, Kanye West and Hot Witches

2 years ago by Eva Raggio
Nashville band All Them Witches first debuted in 2012 with the album Our Mother Electricity, and they’ve since continued diving into experimental waters. Their newest album, ATW, premiered in September and it’s what the doctor, specifically Dr. Timothy Leary, ordered — by ranging between traditional hard rock and brain-bending psych...

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