Posts Tagged ‘son’
Everyone loves Halloween, but for arty types who don’t have children to take door to door or who find dressing up gauche, there’s not much doing. To help fill the cultural void, Denton composer and arranger David Pi...
There’s a part in the 2004 Disney/Pixar hit The Incredibles when super-human boy-speedster Dash catches himself accidentally running on water. As any 10-year-old would, he cackles with genuine glee. This is long after he ...
A film with an interesting subject rather than an interesting film, Bottle Shock dramatizes the event known in wine circles as the Judgment of Paris.
In their melancholia, Collin Herring and Titanmoon reluctantly sit atop a bounty of excellent new CDs.
Alot of big local bands tend to put out new stuff this time of year.
Mixed success is the name of the game for three movies out this week.
It’s fun to extol good movies and trash bad ones, but an awful lot of stuff falls in between those poles.
Harry Potter, he ain’t. Joshua is a dreary entry in the evil-kid movie genre.
To begin with, the current film Joshua has nothing to do with the sleepy 2002 movie by the same name that starred Tony Goldwyn as a present-day carpenter who’s supposed to be Jesus.
With recent and upcoming gigs at Baines Books & Coffee, The Dew Drop Inn, and the Senior Center Blues Barbeque in and around his hometown of Charlottesville, Va., Eli Cook might seem, on paper, like your typical 20-year-ol...
With anger over the war in Iraq escalating and next year’s presidential election looming, there seems to be a lot of politically charged music coming out, though it could just be the enormous presence of the new Arcade Fire a...
The palaces are pretty but empty in the Chinese epic Curse of the Golden Flower.
Four years ago Zhang Yimou made the most expensive film in Chinese history, Hero, with an estimated budget of $30 million.
A San Francisco man’s golden son shines for him in The Pursuit of Happyness.
I’ve been watching so many movies lately that maybe my usual defenses are worn down.