You'll cheer for the movie to kill its namesake.
Actually, for our purposes, the term "hidden" might be a bit incorrect, at least technically. Perhaps more appropriate would be "undiscovered" or, better still, "underappreciated." Either way, Houston has A TON of great bars that are not immediately known. Here are the best six, ranging from East Do ... More >>
Over the past two years, Das Racist has been a Pitchfork favorite and highly revered for their witty, perhaps smarmy delivery of mostly historical and pop-culture references. The duo - trio if you include their hypeman, Dap, and quartet if you include their hypeman's hypeman, Lakutis - is com ... More >>
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D&W Lounge takes the East End's sudden trendiness in working-class stride.
Each Tuesday, Coming to the Small Screen will take a look at offbeat, newly released DVDs.Let's start off with the most unexpected, first -- Flexing with Monty. The fact that Sally Kirkland is in the cast might have something to do with the fact that Hollywood heavyweights Sean Penn and ... More >>
Breathe easy, Simpsons fans
Parker Posey and Paul Rudd get their Oh faces on
Vaughn ensures an amicable Break-Up
A book tour stirs up some dust over Jim Blackburn and an old environmental deal
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
Cinema 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world
Robin Williams returns to his comic-anarchic roots
A venomous troll and a poofy rhino fight for children's affection in Death to Smoochy
David Mamet plots and schemes, then blows his own Heist
Generally a letdown, the year in film offered some well-crafted works that are best viewed as double features
Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho
All the world's a stage in the toothless Big Kahuna
Five suburban maidens face the music in Sophia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides
Sneeringly funny Drowning Mona sleuths around backwater America
Carrey craftily channels Kaufman, but is the late comedian worthy of a lofty bio-pic?
Method Man and Redman have a Blackout, tour with Family Values
The wasted life of Texas filmmaker Eagle Pennell
High-powered attorney Earle Lilly was Linda Sarofim Lowe's divorce lawyer, then her lover. Now he's left her, and she wants her $6 million in attorney fees and her Mercedes back.
Even Francis Ford Coppola can't make much of John Grisham
The terrific L.A. Confidential captures our worst suspicions of how the world works
Hercules fritters away its strengths
Matilda is a girl wise beyond her years; Jack, a boy trapped in a man's body
1996 Summer Guide
Reitman delivers a bundle of joy with a familiar face