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Wildflower hotline, Bill Murray's strange pants, Brian Williams raps, guide to efficient drinking

By Claire St. Amant

Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now: ...

Movie Quirkiness at its Finest

The Grand Budapest Hotel shows Houston-born director at his wacky best

By Alex Bentley

Even if you’ve never quite understood the appeal of his films, it’s hard to knock Wes Anderson for his dedication to the craft. The Houston native who graduated from St. John's Scho ...

The Review Is In

George Clooney's big fail: Monuments Men wastes Matt Damon and all its other A-list stars

By Alex Bentley

It’s hard to get a good read on George Clooney as a director. His five films, including his latest, The Monuments Men, have vacillated between drama and comedy and have touched on everything ...

Mondo Cinema

Avoid this movie at all costs: Charlie Sheen bombs in a horrific clunker — see these flicks instead

By Joe Leydon

Whatever promise Roman Coppola might have displayed as a director a few years back with CQ goes egregiously unfulfilled, if not utterly betrayed, with A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III ...

Mondo Cinema

What you should be watching at the movies: A doc on a faded superstar, Oscar shorts and modern classics

By Joe Leydon

Right at the start of Paul Williams Still Alive, the terrifically entertaining and surprisingly provocative documentary screening Saturday through Monday at 14 Pews, filmmaker Stephen Kessler admit ...

Mondo Cinema

Bill Murray channels FDR in Hyde Park on the Hudson, Marion Cotillard gets Oscar buzz in Rust and Bone

By Joe Leydon

To answer the most obvious question first: No, you won't have any trouble at all buying Bill Murray as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Hyde Park on Hudson (at the Regal Greenway Grand Pa ...

Movies Are My Life

Let the Oscar race begin! 10 must-see fall movies that are sure to be in the hunt for an Academy Award

By Joe Leydon

Movie buffs don’t need to check their calendars to know what season this is. All they have to do is note the steady drumbeat of advance hype and must-see buzz emanating from the Telluride, Ve ...

He ain't playing with no ghosts

Dan Aykroyd thinks Alyssa Milano sex appeal can save Ghostbusters 3: But Bill Murray laughs last

By Karen Labuca

Who knew playing a ghostbuster would amount to a cult following for 25 years? That's the case for many cheesy 1980s film stars. Bill Murray isn't just any other '80s star though. Th ...

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Links we love today: Art improved by cats, TV explains everything, Sunday soundtrack and more

By Samantha Pitchel

Assistant Editor Samantha Pitchel reads everything so you don’t have to. Here are the links she (and we) loved today: This song from Teen Runnings (formerly known as Friends) so ...


It's official: Only Houston could save Real Housewives from its franchise-killing Miami mess

By Joseph Campana, Theodore Bale

Don’t look for flipped tables or yanked extensions in Miami. You know you’re in Real Housewives trouble if your franchise is replaced by a show called Pregnant in Heels. That’ ...

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