Posts Tagged ‘doesn’t’
It’s tough to bring a beloved fantasy novel to the screen, as this movie shows.
An unusual number of people have come up to me in the last month or so to tell me how marvelous they found Pan’s Labyrinth.
In a new book about Americana, the vitriol tries to dilute the poignant insights.
What an odd book — fascinating at times yet frustrating in its lack of organization and purpose.
The Good Shepherd doesn’t go astray, but doesn’t lead anywhere exciting.
If you want a big-name actor to play a colorless guy with a hole in his soul, Matt Damon is now officially your man.
If you’re an art lover who happens to like shiny things (and who doesn’t?), you should catch the gleam of the new show at UNT artspace FW.
I feel like I’m having a flashback to the early 1990s, because I’m pissed off at Oliver Stone. Again. I didn’t think he could do it. He was once one of Hollywood’s most vital talents, certainly its most controversial.
Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Chatterton’s first commercial release, a self-titled e.p., is testimony to that old adage right out the gate. The first track, “A Good Place to Start,” is exactly what it sa...
Still on display at UNT Health Science Center is Intersection, a group show of works by four Texas artists who have known each other for some years, featuring everything from Frances Bagley’s site-specific installation to Lin...
w/The Me-Thinks, The Red Herrings, and The Riverside Ramblers at The Wreck Room
Some guys never learn. Most chicks don’t care how much money you make or how nice your car is or how often you work out. To them, especially the ones who hang out at rock clubs, the thing that matters most is coolness. Need w...
During an interlude late in The Proposition, a member of an outlaw gang (Samuel Budge) sings a song to his fellow gang members about lost love in a thin, soulful tenor voice. The other outlaws are all moved by the song’s beau...