Miyazaki bows with the gorgeous The Wind Rises.
Tina Fey's great, but Admission doesn't have the marks.
The Designated Mourner presents a troubling — and not so far-fetched — world.
Attn: Wall Street. Michael Moore is a Marxist (but he's still selling the same old shtick).
That's not the sky falling, just Disney's Chicken Little
It's his 45th movie in 40 years, and you're not likely to remember it
IBP checks in with a weird play by Wallace Shawn
The Hotel Play is huge
Jade Scorpion showcases Woody Allen at his satirical best
They're crude. They're crass. They're scatological. And Houston's art crowd loves them. Have Slump's Keith Reynolds and Cathy Power discovered the secret to success -- childish behavior?
IBP's witty Marie and Bruce takes a hard look at language
April 1-7, 1999
Smaller, and with shorts, WorldFest/Houston cranks up its projectors
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)
Clueless is an improbably entertaining time-waster
From stage to film, David Mamet is a mixed message