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Growing up in Dallas in the mid-'50s, 
I remember when Brigitte Bardot came to town (on the big screen, at least) at the Esquire Theater in Roger Vadim's …And God Created Woman. I never got to see the movie, though, since the Bishop of Dallas, …
New film is a riveting drama about the civil rights struggles and triumphs of Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Hollywood’s Darkest Secrets Stolen!” blares The National Enquirer. “101 Stars Exposed in North Korea Hack Attack on Sony,” a bubble declares beneath the title. Framed …
STEPHEN KING ONSCREEN Wednesday, March 11
In 2010, Stephen King published Full Dark, No Stars, a collection of four novellas that were as bleak and grim as the title of the book. Though the volume might well qualify as horror, only two of the stories involved fantasy or the supernatural. …
Before she recaptured mainstream attention as Kevin Spacey’s all-too-complicit wife in Netflix’s House of Cards, Robin Wright starred as a real-life version of herself in Ari …
An unseen gem of 2014 is now on DVD after grossing a little more than a half-million dollars in theaters. Forgive the pun (or don’t), but it’s criminal this sophisticated psychological …
In 1971 and 1972, respectively, two of the biggest international stars (Richard Burton and Sean Connery) each starred in what were initially among the biggest bombs of their careers (The Offence and …
DARK CINEMA Wednesday, January 14
When writer-director Todd Solondz released his black comedy Welcome to the Dollhouse in 1995, it was awarded the Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for its intriguing portrayal of the …