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I Used To Like Clowns - "It" Movie Review

Children of all ages have always had mixed feelings about clowns. Some are overjoyed by the fun and smiles that clowns bring, while others find them to be the most frightening characters imaginable. … more

Stark realism impresses in “Wind River”

There is an intensely visceral aspect to Taylor Sheridan’s new film “Wind River.” His presentation of the gorgeous, frigid landscapes penetrates to the core and his characters are … more

Oddball comedy "Brigsby Bear" worth a look

A bit like its namesake, “Brigsby Bear” is a film that grows on you. James Pope (Kyle Mooney) has spent his whole life watching the “Brigsby Bear” television show. He even leads an … more

Austin action film festival features Cedar Park native

A Cedar Park native who used his martial arts training from local studios turned his love for acting and martial arts into a Hollywood career. more

Remembering Glen Campbell

The entertainment world lost a true music giant when Glen Campbell passed away on Aug. 8. more

Lost for decades, Chris Robinson’s “The Intruder” resurfaces

Harry Guerro couldn’t believe his good fortune after making the 3,000-mile journey from New Jersey to the West coast in late 2012, and unearthing a 35 mm print of the 1975 horror thriller, … more

“Dunkirk” perfectly blends intensity and majesty

Together, Christopher Nolan and longtime collaborator Composer Han Zimmer have created the perfect blend of visual intensity and musical majesty in movie making. more

“Spider-Man Homecoming” is a rockin’ good time

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is everything Marvel fans love and DC fans despise — light, funny, optimistic, and filmed sans the blue-filter, desaturated look that separates … more

"Wish Upon" is an easy-watch horror flick

Typically a PG-13 rating on a horror thriller is a tell – too mild for true horror fans, but acceptable to tweens and above. more

"War for the Planet of the Apes" is a battle for the ages

“War for the Planet of the Apes” caps off one of the most surprising film trilogies to come out of Hollywood in recent years, and does it with one of the year’s best action films this year. more

Dull story, sluggish pacing plague "Beatriz at Dinner"

It makes no sense that Hollywood, the music industry — even in general — how suicide is seen as heroic. In "Beatriz at Dinner", Salma Hayek plays the titular character, an immigrant from a poor … more

"Baby Driver" puts pedal to the metal in wild, fun romp

Every now and then a movie comes along that defies description by typical genre standards. “Baby Driver” is one such movie, aggressively racing in its own direction while blasting through any … more
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