Posts Tagged ‘richard’
The Modern Touts Diebenkorn
What is it about Richard Diebenkorn’s Ocean Park Series that is so damn intoxicating? The vague colors (perfectly undecided, like a person who thinks too damn much)? The geometries evoking landscapes? The thick but lighter-th...
Sarah Jessica Parker stars as a woman who has it all.
In our post-Oprah era, the overachieving mother who balances a high-profile job with keeping a perfect house and happy marriage should make for a fairly interesting film, one in which the compulsions to get everything 100 perce...
WED ? 22 The name of the game is beer at Central Market. For the next 12 days CM’s Brewtopia event features cooking with beer, beer tastings, and pairing food with beer, starting with today’s presentation about beer and bac...
The Stolen Shakespeare Guild puts on its Condensed Shakespeare Festival for the next two weekends, and what an evening of theater it promises to be. This year’s festival, billed as the “Toga Party Edition,” has all kinds ...
The TCC Trinity River Campus’ first display of art is of Richard Baggett’s large metal sculptures, which are on show both inside and outside the buildings. The pieces have been on exhibit since February; this is the l...
OPENING: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans (R) Werner Herzog’s remake of Abel Ferrara’s 1992 film stars Nicolas Cage as a drug-addicted cop trying to solve the murders of five Senegalese immigrants in post-Ka...
OPENING: Antichrist (NR) Lars von Trier’s horror film stars Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg as a couple who descend into madness while vacationing at a secluded cabin in the woods. (Opens Friday in Dallas) The Messe...
Older viewers will remember George Hamilton as a maximally tanned, minimally talented Hollywood actor whose fame in the 1970s and ’80s was completely out of proportion to anything he actually did on the screen. (The high ...
Canadian J.W. Jones’ fifth CD, Bluelisted, flavors electric blues-rock with bits of old-style R&B and even, from time to time, swaggering rockabilly.
A character actor’s showcase role isn’t enough to fill out the small-scaled The Visitor.
Richard Jenkins is one of those actors you’ve probably seen several times without his name sticking in your memory.