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Kevin Costner's Draft Day is a JaMarcus Russell-sized bust: Limp story doesn't do Arian Foster justice

By Alex Bentley

The behemoth that is the National Football League has long extended its reach beyond the boundaries of its season. With offseason training, free agent signings and more, the league can never provid ...


Movies Are My Life

Secrets of the South by Southwest film fest: A don't-miss guide to Austin's ever-expanding movie party

By Joe Leydon

There was a time when the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival could unassumingly unspool mostly on two or three screens of Austin’s old Dobie Theatre. A time when decisio ...


Mondo Cinema

Son of God looks to dominate less pure movies: Roma Downey unapologetic in praising her vision

By Joe Leydon

In the beginning, there was The Bible. And the ratings were miraculous. Indeed, so many folks tuned in to watch the lavishly produced miniseries when it aired last year on the History cable net ...


The Review Is In

New RoboCop blows by the overrated original as Samuel Jackson's crazy radio host steals the show

By Alex Bentley

Because many studios are hard up for original ideas these days, remaking movies from the 1980s has been all the rage. Fame, Footloose, The Karate Kid, Red Dawn — all of these and more ha ...


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 ...


Movie Time

Jason Reitman's Labor Day movie isn't as embarrassing — or sexy — as you've been led to believe

By Alex Bentley

Writer/director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air) has taken on a variety of topics in his short but lauded career, but all of his films have generally had humor as a common element. However, ther ...


Cold in July Sizzler

Sundance shoot 'em up: Dexter and Miami Vice stars have a blast in new Texas thriller

By Clifford Pugh

PARK CITY, Utah — After eight seasons of playing a likable serial killer in Dexter, Michael C. Hall knew it was time to do something different. So when he was approached to portray the owner ...


Major Movie Star In Houston

Major movie star comes to Houston, dishes on his kick ass hot wife, redneck friends and bad reviews

By Joel Luks

You could hear tango music blasting in the background when Robert Duvall picked up the phone to chat with me from his ranch in rural Virginia. The acclaimed actor, whose love of the Argentine dance ...


The Review Is In

Keira Knightley is dreadful and distracting in new Jack Ryan movie: Still, Shadow Recruit sort of works

By Alex Bentley

Once upon a time, the character of Jack Ryan — the creation of recently deceased author Tom Clancy — was a hot commodity. Books featuring Ryan were adapted into four separate films star ...


Movie Time

An honorable fail: Gruesome Lone Survivor's story just doesn't add up

By Alex Bentley

There have been a number of movies about the War on Terror in Iraq and Afghanistan, but surprisingly few have dealt with actual soldiers on the ground. In fact, most focused on politics or the impa ...


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