In the wake of the Trayvon Martin verdict, this Sundance hit taps into the zeitgeist.
Archive: 'The Big Screen'
Asian Film Festival of Dallas executive director Alicia Chang joins us for a preview, then it’s on to a discussion of the decline in movie theater etiquette and the rise of texting during the show.
He plays a criminal mastermind in Despicable Me 2. And somehow, that character is nicer than the guy he plays in The Way, Way Back. Its writers and directors, Jim Rash and Nat Faxon, stop by to explain how that’s possible.
Why 20 Feet from Stardom is a must-see for music lovers, highlighting the best films of the first half of 2013 and assessing the recently wrapped Season 6 of Mad Men.
We debate how much The Bling Ring has to say about celebrity obsession. And Dallas actress Amy Acker talks about how Joss Whedon’s Shakespeare brunches led to Much Ado About Nothing.
Could Superman be our most boring superhero? Man of Steel makes the case! Fortunately, This is the End saves the weekend.
Up first: The East co-writers Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij. And batting second: The Kings of Summer director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, plus two of his young stars.
Sarah Polley proves in her new documentary that she can weave a tale. Plus, we get a preview of the 2nd Oak Cliff Film Festival.
Talking the comedy that’s overstayed its welcome and a welcome new animated film.
We talk about J.J. Abrams’ second trip aboard the Starship Enterprise – one both fans and newbies will enjoy.