The Dallas Film Society is bringing Lee Daniels to North Texas as a special guest of honor at their upcoming “The Art of Film” event next month.
The summer movie season is wrapping up with three new releases including an independent film with local ties, an offbeat British comedy, and the latest “Twilight” wannabe.
Action, comedy, drama — this weekend offers a little bit for everybody at the box office. Check out which movies are worth seeing in theaters.
This weekend could be very busy at movie theaters, with four big releases debuting. But which one should you see? Get some help from the experts.
There are movie options for everyone this weekend. Action lovers can check out “2 Guns.” For something more tame, try Steve Jobs biopic “Jobs.” And the kids can enjoy “The Smurfs 2.”
Clawed hero Wolverine gets a chance to rip up the box office this week, along with raunchy comedy “The To Do List.” But are those movies any good?
The summer blockbuster movie season continues with another crop of high-profile flicks. This week, James Faust with the Dallas Film Society shares his thoughts on “Pacific Rim” and “Grown Ups 2.”
Two more huge summer blockbusters are hitting movie theaters. Find out if you should bother heading out to see “World War Z” or “Monsters University.”
Another summer weekend means another set of blockbuster films opening at theaters. This week features Superman flying in to save the day, and a group of Hollywood friends fighting the apocalypse.
James Faust with the Dallas Film Society looks at the latest movies opening in theaters, from high-profile comedy “The Internship” to smaller flick “The Kings of Summer.”
The summer blockbuster movie season continues with two high-profile releases. First, an ensemble cast tries to trick audiences in “Now You See Me,” and then Will Smith joins his son on the screen for “After Earth.”
How often do sequels live up to the originals? James Faust with the Dallas Film Society looks at “Fast & Furious 6″ and “The Hangover III,” but only one of those two movies is worthwhile.