The Butler finds urgency in the conventional.
Comedy fares a bit better than drama at this year's Houston Shakespeare Festival.
The Shakespeare exposé no one has been waiting for in Anonymous.
You know the drill: the fall movie season starts today, my pretties (my review of Contagion will be up soon...there's a reason it didn't make the preview). Yesterday we covered the first half of 2011's most anticipated upcoming releases, determined through a rigorous scientific analysis consi ... More >>
Ian McEwan's Atonement, now as a bodice-ripper
Chick-flick genre to Evening: Why you gotta make us look bad?
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Peter O'Toole gets randy with this starring role, his first in years
Joan Didion became sane again through sharing personal grief
New places, faces and ideas have transformed Houston's theater scene
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Tim Robbins's Cradle Will Rock only feels like it's re-creating the '30s a day at a time
Moviegoers may find both their Sixth Happiness and Seventh Heaven in these 40 featured indie films
January 14 - 20, 1999
At the Alley, Not About Nightingales reveals Tennessee Williams's youthful outrage
The cocktail party never ends in le cinema du Henry Jaglom
Worldfest-Houston offers movies you won't otherwise see
This slow, meditative Woolf adaptation captures Woolf's mood and her genteel era
Sure, you can upgrade a TV series to the big screen -- but why bother?
The Alley and the Redgraves do each other, and Shakespeare, proud
Stages finds the free-floating anxiety in Albee's Delicate Balance
Making Plans, Having Fun
Houston's film festival returns a "lean, mean movie machine"