After giving the deluxe documentary treatment to Bob Dylan (No Direction Home) and the Rolling Stones (Shine a Light), Martin Scorsese now trains his camera on George Harrison for George Harrison: Living In the Material World, his two-part film about the "Quiet Beatle" that airs at 8 p.m. tonight an ... More >>
Over half a decade of quality programming.In the course of writing Pop Rocks, I'm often exposed to information so horrific, so atrocious, so...repugnant it defies human comprehension. I first stumbled upon this particular tidbit several months ago, but only now has my sanity recovered from t ... More >>
â€‹With his 2009 film Sherlock Holmes, out on DVD today, Robert Downey, Jr. joins a long line of distinguished and, hmmm, sometimes odd, actors to play Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous detective. The first name that comes up is Basil Rathbone, who many consider the definitive Sherlock, making 14 ... More >>
The River Oaks Theatre features medieval mayhem at midnight
Our picks for the week of April 26
Crime may not pay, but this movie is Perfecto
Disney's Valiant effort never leaves the hangar
A killer cat steals a wonderful movie
Move over, Mel, it's the second coming of Monty Python
Charlie’s high-flying heroines kick ass, but not the sequel syndrome
Wind bags a few charming laughs, but mostly meanders
NBC hopes Coupling is its next hitcom, which bugs the show's biggest fans
In Just Married, Ashton Kutcher wonders, "Dude, where's the script?"
A tarted-up Holy Grail lives to fight (rabbits) another day
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Susann biopic isn't Great, not by a long shot
Even a first-rate Brosnan can't save this World
Steve Martin misses the spark in this remake
The Van joy rides through an ordinary life
How do you make a Victorian farce a fiasco? By being too obvious.
Frankenstein claims to go by the book, but fails in the final chapter
Loot gets a loopy rendering at the Westheimer Art Bar