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An Evening with Actor Rob Lowe: Stories I Only Tell My Friends

5 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
In the public eye since he was eight years old, actor Rob Lowe has had a storied life. In An Evening with Actor Rob Lowe: Stories I Only Tell My Friends, he talks about growing up beautiful, famous and, surprisingly, isolated. Lowe worked side by side with then soon-to-be stars...

The Book of Mormon Flies Back Into Houston, And No It's Not Toned Down

2 months ago by Margaret Downing
The winner of nine Tony Awards and a perennial audience favorite in Houston — even as it offends some — The Book of Mormon is back at the Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby Center for a short run. This irreverent view of missionary life as experienced by members of The Church...

Emily Blunt Rules, and Mary Poppins Returns Is Not at All Atrocious

3 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
True to the spirit of the chipper, somewhat aimless live-action Disney day killers that inspired it, Rob Marshall’s Mary Poppins Returns gets better the further it wanders from its actual story.

The Phantom of the Opera Haunts the Hobby in a Decadent New Production

4 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
The Phantom of the Opera haunts the Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby Center series as a new production opens in Houston.

Reviews For The Easily Distracted:

6 months ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Sony either believes fans are willing to attend a "Spiderverse" movie without the wall crawler in it, or Tom Hardy playing a ghoulish thyroid case with Gene Simmons' tongue is enough of a four-quadrant draw to to pull in even non-Spidey fans.

Highs and Lows

23 years ago by Joe Leydon
Trainspotting may well be the most exuberantly vital and scabrously funny movie ever made about heroin addiction. Which is just part of the reason why, in a little more than 90 minutes, it manages to be more devastatingly effective than a solid week of "Just Say No" TV spots. And...

Ocean’s 8 Barely Bests a Tricky Problem: How to be Familiar and Surprising

9 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Simply put, the clockwork heist that Ocean’s 8 promises (and, by its end, dazzles with) limits the film’s ability to offer what you might actually want from it: the chance to relish this cast

Out of Character: A Conversation With Rob Benedict

8 years ago by CAROLINE EVANS
It takes actor Rob Benedict three times to call Art Attack before he gets on a line that won't break up or disconnect. He had mentioned driving in Los Angeles before our last untimely disconnect, and when we ask him if he's in the mountains, his answer is surprising. "Wilshire...

Hell or High Water Finds Serenity in Two Brothers' Desperate Bank-Robbing Spree

3 years ago by Danny King
Hell or High Water sees a Scottish director making a down-home, West Texas–set movie about cars, guns, brothers, banks and twist-off beers. But this outsider’s perspective is nothing new for David Mackenzie, who has worked with Ashton Kutcher and Anne Heche on a Los Angeles romance about a gigolo (2009’s...

In Netflix's The Fundamentals of Caring, Paul Rudd Scores Big With Low-Wage Work

3 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Has Paul Rudd become Hollywood's idea of the face of economic insecurity? There his handsome mug was, in Ant-Man, beneath a Baskin-Robbins ball cap, his character making do behind an ice-cream counter while Marvel made bank in promotional tie-ins. And now, in The Fundamentals of Caring, Rob Burnett's alternately winning/cloying...

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