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Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? opens Friday.

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Bright Black Screens

Mr. Popper’s Penguins Flop

Five Years Too Long?

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Jon Keeyes on the set of Phobia.

Catching Up with Keeyes

Jon Keeyes featured regularly in the pages of Fort Worth Weekly in the mid-2000s as a filmmaker whose locally made slasher flicks such as...

Film Shorts

Opening A LEGO Brickumentary (G) Kief Davidson and Daniel Junge’s documentary about the global subculture involving the plastic bricks. Narrated by Jason Bateman. (Opens Friday...

Professor Marston: Golden Ropes

Sometimes, a high-profile film is followed by a movie on a related subject intended to capitalize on the first movie's expected success. (Remember 12...
Jessica Chastain awaits confirmation of bin Laden’s death in Zero Dark Thirty.

Zero Dark Thirty: Tortured Logic

OK, everyone. Here it is, the movie where Osama bin Laden bites the big one. And yeah, it’s also topping lots of film critics’...

We Need to Leave in The Next Three Days

Best known as the filmmaker who inflicted Crash upon the world, Paul Haggis turns his attention to popcorn entertainment in The Next Three Days,...

Bad Omens

The word has been atypically slow getting out about Woody Allen's latest thriller Cassandra's Dream. Released at the end of last year for awards consideration,...
Milena Canonero’s costumes are Oscar-worthy in The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Oscar’s Hidden Gold

Welcome once again to my Oscar preview that ignores the A-list categories in favor of handicapping the mid-major races, giving me the chance to...
Dark Skies opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Dark Skies (PG-13) This horror film by Scott Stewart (Priest, Legion) is about a suburban family who suspect they’re being targeted by alien abductors....

Pete’s Dragon: Beast of the Northern Wild

Disney Studios continue to raid their back catalog of animated hits to remake into live-action films for a new era, and so far I’ve...

F for Fake

In interviews and public appearances, Richard Gere has repeatedly said that the most fun he has ever had on the job was playing Billy...