Review: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Sings to the Faithful

Rami Malek gives a vivid, full-throttle performance as Queen singer Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, which pushes the film above the trappings of a routine, authorized musical biopic. And that's really saying something, since I detested the band's music during its heyday, when their most popular songs swarmed the radio airwaves, to my utter disbelief.... Continue Reading →

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Review: ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ Wavers Between Fantasy and Reality

Ben Stiller is not your father's Danny Kaye.

Review: ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ Never Stops to Plant Its Feet

Idris Elba is terrific in a bio-pic that is all too conventional.

Reviews: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ and ‘American Hustle,’ Two Sides of a Uniquely American Coin

A folk singer, two con artists, and an FBI agent provide a study in contrasts.

Review: ‘Narco Cultura,’ A Collision Between Drugs, Music, And Murder

A blood-boiling documentary explores the intersection of mass murder and pop culture in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico,

Review: ‘Philomena,’ The Transformative Power Of Raw Anger And Anguish

Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in the true-life story of a woman's decades-long search for the son she gave up for adoption.

Review: ‘Homefront,’ An Action Exercise That’s Stronger Than It Looks

Jason Statham stars as a single parent dealing with his violent past in an action movie written by Sylvester Stallone.

Remembering JFK at The Texas Theatre

A special day of movie screenings, starting with the double-bill playing on November 22, 1963.

Review: ‘The Book Thief’ Pleads for Tolerance, Leaves an Uneasy Feeling

The power of reading is put to the test in Nazi Germany.

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