Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
Part meltdown memoir, part essential finger pointing, Inside Job will make you seethe.
Photo courtesy Texas TechDon't look!!! It'll make you hate America!!! You would think, what with a Kenyan-born Muslim frog-marching the country into socialism while killing your grandmother, that conservatives would have plenty of things on their plate to protest.But the Young Conservatives of Te ... More >>
There's been a whole lot of hooting and scorn from a nation who has watched as far-right-wingers have forced their odd, minority political views into Texas textbooks. There are some carping liberal complainers who think -- difficult as it may be to believe -- that Thomas Jefferson should be menti ... More >>
Take a course in garbage can dining
Powerful Mexican documentaries get a screening at Rice Media Center
Attn: Wall Street. Michael Moore is a Marxist (but he's still selling the same old shtick).
Michael Moore's new movie, Capitalism: A Love Story, expectedly serves up a quick and dirty glimpse at the consequences of unfettered corporate corruption and exploitation. But the most disturbing story of corporate greed in the film, unfortunately, comes right from our own backyard.Houston widow ... More >>
The Cove expertly exposes the horrific treatment of dolphins, but what about the uglies?
Iraq war movie does its best not to mention the war
A former journalist looks at presidents on film
Michael Moore's pill goes down easy, but his diagnosis of U.S. health care still devastates
How the Americans fared at Cannes.
Health, in life and film, dominates Cannes
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
That's my Bush!
At South by Southwest, there's a lot of light shown in the dark
Naked in Ashes reveals the life of a yogi, but doesn't attempt to explain it
The NRA convention takes aim at the next generation of members
Remembering the movies that heated up cinemas this year
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Celebrating the overachieving, underhyped movies of 2004
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
Our critics weigh in on local theater
A new film denouncing corporate ruthlessness could use some downsizing of its own
You'd think talking crap about Dubya would be enough to get your ass kicked at the Tall Texan. You'd be wrong.
Riding Giants gushes over the legends of "big wave" surfing
Demme's Candidate overhaul goes for the knowing giggle
An island town will do anything to seduce Dr. Lewis
Louis Schwartzberg aims for America's Heart, but mostly sticks to the surface
Michael Moore goes Bushwacking in Fahrenheit 9/11
A man eats fast food for a month -- guess what happens
Bodybuilders bombard Beaumont
Colin Farrell is stuck in a Phone Booth. Shoot, already.
The year's best featured plenty of sad white guys
Most of this year's best won't be seen until next
Michael Moore goes threshing about on guns and fear
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
A Huntsville execution draws a strange crowd
April 8-14, 1999
Michael Moore's liberal heart is in the right place. But what about his head?