A doc about the champ’s politically charged life outside the ring packs a punch. And Hugh Jackman is a father who takes a kidnapping investigation into his own hands.
Archive: 'The Big Screen'
In a twist, Robert De Niro is actually running from the mob. And we discuss a TIFF film that’s a sure-fire best-picture nominee.
In which we speak clearly about the latest entry into the Mumblecore genre and suggest five films you must see this fall.
The star of ‘Austenland’ joins us for a discussion of how the author has had a hold on readers for 200 years.
Dallas director David Lowery continues his ascent, and the stars of The World’s End walks us through the demise of British culture.
Richardson native David Gordon Green talks Prince Avalanche, Dallas producer Mark Hulme talks Jobs and we talk about the week’s best movie, The Spectacular Now.
Cate Blanchett turns in the best performance of the year (so far), plus where Walter White goes from here.
The Act of Killing is equal parts haunting, bizarre and enlightening. And why you should be excited for North Texas’ newest movie theater.
The Wolverine is a summertime movie that takes itself way too seriously. But we’re enjoying Orange is the New Black and how it’s helping Netflix reposition itself as the go-to place for television binge watching.
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin verdict, this Sundance hit taps into the zeitgeist.