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Movie Time

A normal Tim Burton movie? Believe it, underrated Big Eyes surprises by not being strange

By Alex Bentley

Tim Burton’s films don’t normally fly under the radar, but his latest, Big Eyes, certainly has. Perhaps that’s because it has few Oscar aspirations, unlike most other movies relea ...


Movie Magic

Keira Knightley proves Benedict Cumberbatch isn't the only smart star in The Imitation Game

By Alex Bentley

Whether we like it or not, movies about World War II continue to be popular for filmmakers because of the myriad stories that can be mined from such rich history. But because so many movies have be ...


Fast Food Challenge

A serious restaurant critic takes on Pizza Hut: Does the chain's hyped new menu measure up?

By Teresa Gubbins

With pizza tastes in America scaling up, Pizza Hut's launched a new menu on with new crust flavors, "skinny" pizzas and premium ingredients. In a press release, Pizza Hut describ ...


The Review is In

A magical finish: Houston Symphony's 100th season closes with the best concert of all

By Joel Luks

The curious acoustical hexagons and the circular house lights that hover above Jones Hall dissolved from their physical constraints to constitute a breathtaking poetic milieu, one in which each gli ...


The Review is In

Rim job tips and Tupperware hookers: Dixie riotously blows away TUTS' family-friendly image

By Joel Luks

Rimming races? Yes, she went there, took a picture, got the T-shirt and tweeted all about it. Oh. My. Word. I. die. I am not the kind of chap who blushes at dirty jokes or ribald play on words. ...


Notes on the staff

Listening with naked ears: A classical musician's musings on Itzhak Perlman's Houston recital

By Joel Luks

From Nora Shulman, principal flute of the Toronto Symphony, I, as her flute student in high school, learned that sticking out your lower lip makes your sound sparkle. It was her approach that helpe ...


The Review is In

Piss off women at your own risk: Opera in the Heights' Macbeth whips you like a dominatrix

By Joel Luks

Lessons learned from Shakespeare's Macbeth: Listening to women may be hazardous to your health. May cause visions, delusion, psychotic episodes and unwelcome ghosts to manifest at the most inco ...


A Big Deal

Houstonians line up to see Philip Glass put on a piano show for The Menil's 25th anniversary

By Joel Luks

Listening to and performing the works of Philip Glass are two exceptionally different experiences. It's relatively dangerous to dismiss the notes on the staff as repetitive, technically facile ...


A Special Night

Jeremy Choate — the tragically killed lighting artist — honored in a holistic Musiqa concert

By Joel Luks

Museum curators know what most classical music presenting groups do not: That when works of art are organized and displayed in an organized, pragmatic manner, one that offers context as viewers str ...


The Review is In

Houston Symphony needs to drop its social party fixation and go big musically: Where are the wows?

By Joel Luks

There's something intriguing about the tradition of Houston Symphony opening night dinner galas. The accompanying concert isn't treated as an opportunity to bring out the big guns of classi ...


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