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Drunk Stars at Golden Globes

Drunk stars galore (and one gentleman Leo) prevail at sloshy Golden Globes

By Joe Leydon

I have to ask: Was Leonardo DiCaprio the only major star not inebriated at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards? Don’t get me wrong: I’m not so prudish as to deny that the party ...

Winning Wall Street Depravity

Cocaine-fueled Wolf of Wall Street proves Scorsese can still surprise

By Alex Bentley

Martin Scorsese has made all kinds of films during his career, from ultraviolent gangster flicks to a meditation on the life of the Dalai Lama. But even Scorsese completists will admit that he has ...

Top Holiday Films

10 don't-miss movies of the holiday season

By Joe Leydon

We have made a list — and checked it twice — to ascertain what’s in store for audiences during the holiday movie season. It’s quite possible that one or two may turn out to ...

Bloody Christmas

Django Unchained entertains, but Quentin Tarantino may have finally taken violence too far

By Alex Bentley

Of all the A-list directors working today, Quentin Tarantino seems the least likely to have made it to that lofty spot. Yes, he has a knack for writing snappy dialogue and putting together great so ...

Movies Are My Life

Golden Globes surprises, snubs and sure things: 6 things you must know about the Oscar warm-up

By Joe Leydon

First, the bad news: Ricky Gervais won’t be back this year to unleash his snark at the awards show often viewed as the Oscar warm-up. This isn’t meant as a slap at Tina Fey and Amy Poeh ...

Starring Texas

Texans on film: Wes Anderson takes over Cannes, Dennis Quaid does Vegas and Kyle Chandler joins the FBI

By Cynthia Neely

This has been a grand week for Texans in the film and television industry — as well as for some who only act Texan. Native Texan Dennis Quaid, a bona fide movie star with at least 65 ...

This Week in Movies

What to watch: A Spanish thriller, a controversial biopic and international love on Austin screens

By Brian Kelley

If you've been distracted by the many events going on around Austin the past couple of weekends, maybe now is the time to check out some of the indie and foreign cinema screens around town have ...

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