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Timothy Green: Autumn Leaves

The word “odd” is entirely appropriate in the title of The Odd Life of Timothy Green. This family-oriented movie has the bad luck to...

Housing Balloon

The best part of Pixar's new movie Up comes early on. The film starts with its main character, Carl Fredericksen, as a little boy...

Screening the World

North Texas’ increasing ethnic diversity is gradually being reflected on the screens of Tarrant County’s multiplexes. AMC Grapevine Mills has done a prosperous business...

Justin Sherburn Sets the Score

Born in Fort Worth 42 years ago, Justin Sherburn may be based out of Austin now, but he still has fond memories of the...

Fences: American Family

While Denzel Washington has undoubtedly been one of the great actors of our time, his efforts as a director have been no more than...

Bonus Film Review: Sing

An animated musical for the holidays, Sing suffers from coming out the same weekend as a much better live-action musical. Even if we didn't...

Passengers: Wake-Up Call

Like La La Land, the deluxe yet minimalist space opera Passengers brings together a simple concept, an Oscar-nominated director, and two of American cinema’s...

The Top 10

As 2016 draws to a close, we must say farewell to the Fort Worth Weekly Film page. This article is its last official hurrah...

Letters to Juliet: Under the Tuscan Suck

Amanda Seyfried is clearly bidding to become America’s romantic-comedy sweetheart, and I’m afraid that she’ll succeed at it. The 24-year-old with the feline eyes...

Wonder Woman: War to End All War

I didn't have a chance to see Wonder Woman until there was a break in the Van Cliburn Competition. Now that I have, I...