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What Poop Taught Me: I Saw The Emoji Movie Twice

2 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
At 5 p.m. Thursday, I became one of the first people in this country to see The Emoji Movie a second time. (Aside, obviously, from the folks who made it — though I’m not entirely sure that some of them actually bothered to see it all the way through once.)...

The Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials Starring Food, 2016 Edition

4 years ago by foodbitch
So we haven’t had one of these top 10 food-based ad lists in a couple of years, but don’t you worry, because not much has changed. Budweiser still reins spend-supreme, Doritos is still telling pretty much the same joke over and over with either kids, dogs, or stupid parents, adorable animals...

Actor Stephen Tobolowsky on Nailing the Role of Jack Barker in Silicon Valley

3 years ago by Danny Gallagher
Stephen Tobolowsky's strength as an actor is that he finds complexity in all of his characters; he doesn't believe stories can always be reduced to a struggle between good and evil. Take, for instance, the Dallas native's role as "Action" Jack Barker in the current, third season of Silicon Valley, the...

For Better or Worse, Big Hero 6 Updates Disney's Cartoon Kids' Flicks

5 years ago by Amy Nicholson
Imagine if nerdy Clark Kent didn't have to remove his glasses and pocket protector to save the world. Then imagine him as fat and sweet as a marshmallow. Meet Big Hero 6's Baymax, Disney's new cuddly champion: a waddling, inflatable health care companion who can sense your pulse, diagnose disease,...

Cloverfield is a Disaster

12 years ago by Scott Foundas
It took nine years for Godzilla to rise up out of the ashes of Hiroshima and wreak his destruction on the good people of Tokyo in 1954. Here in America, it's taken just over six years for the idea of an escapist disaster movie set on the streets of New...

Poseidon Adventure

14 years ago by Elaine Liner
They're naked and wet at Theatre Three, where the in-the-round stage becomes a burbling swimming pool for the production of Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses. Based on myths set down by Ovid in A.D. 1, the play revisits the stories of Phaeton, Halcyon, Poseidon, Orpheus, Midas and other figures invented by the...

Capsule Reviews

Blasted Within four years, British playwright Sarah Kane churned out a steady raft of confrontational plays, as if she knew she would die at 28 (at the very end, she did know--she committed suicide). Not everyone agreed she deserved a stage: London's Daily Mail called Blasted, her violent first salvo,...

Capsule Reviews

Varekai One needs a new vocabulary to describe the latest production of Cirque du Soleil now in residence at Fair Park. The aerial acts are voluptudinal. The Russian dances are spinfastical. The costumes come in colors and shapes that look primorfimous and galacicle. This show is a circus of shapes...

Everyone's Welcome

10/18 The women you'll see outside NorthPark Center on Saturday aren't the usual "ladies who lunch," and their gathering has nothing to do with any sale at the mall. No, these ladies--and the men and children who come along to lend their support--are gathered to help fight breast cancer. The...

Across the Bar

20 years ago by Zac Crain
Before his gig later that night at Deep Ellum Live as part of the Music Against Brain Degeneration Revue -- which features half-hour sets by The Flaming Lips, Sebadoh, Sonic Boom's E.A.R., and IQU -- Robyn Hitchcock will perform at Bill's Records on Sunday at 3 p.m. And considering the...

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