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Case closed: All seasons of ‘Bones’ are dug up for series collection
A blockbuster television series, 'Bones' gets its own DVD collection.
Checked out: 1980s-inspired 'Book of Henry' deserves a library fine
‘Book of Henry’ director writes a new chapter in filmmaking
Filmmakers have to shoulder a lot of responsibility when they take on blockbuster entertainment. Oftentimes it can demand two to three years of their lives, if not more. So it's no wonder why top-tier directors feel the need to sneak in smaller-scale projects between the ones that leave them rather burnt out.
DVD review: Lego brings fun and adventure back to Batman
A family-friendly LEGO movie joins a collection of old flicks in this week's new releases.
What to see and avoid at this weekend’s Oak Cliff Film Festival
Like Fantastic Fest is for Austin, the Oak Cliff Film Festival (June 8-11) is perhaps the most exciting film festival around Dallas.
Denton LGBT groups show their colors for pride month
Briefly in the community
Megan Leavey’ producer analyzes importance of tearjerkers
Among the evil devices a filmmaker can unleash on an audience, none of them are as potent as a weepy dog movie.
Scorsese preserves world’s forgotten films through Criterion
There’s a reason why Martin Scorsese is such a celebrated filmmaker. It’s not just because he has created some of the most iconic and acclaimed movies of all time like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas. It’s also because of his awareness of other filmmakers’ work and how he restores neglected films.
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Derelict ship: Latest 'Pirates' hits rocks
Wave the Jolly Roger. Latest 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie overstays the franchise's welcome.