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New Ad Burns Ted Cruz For His Love Of Un-Texan White Castle Burgers
Richard Linklater's latest anti-Cruz commercial gets to the meat of the matter in incumbent's senate race against Democrat Beto O'Rourke.
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New Ad Shreds Ted Cruz's 'Tough As Texas' Campaign Slogan
Cruz has criticized his Democratic opponent, Beto O'Rourke, for not being Texan enough.
Richard Linklater's 'Last Flag Flying' Never Ascends To Anything Great
Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne star as reunited military buddies in this road-trip drama.
Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell And Laurence Fishburne Hit The Road In 'Last Flag Flying'
See the trailer for Richard Linklater's new buddy movie.
These Music Videos Are The Only Thing Alex Jones Is Good For
Outspeak™ is the opinion outlet for digital storytellers every...
We here at Outspeak are very familiar with the human meme that is Alex Jones. The InfoWars founder has made a career of spouting
Wyatt Russell Receives 'Rising Star' Award at Maui Film Festival
Film Writer/Social Media
In this clip, he discusses how Maui (the island) has exceeded his expectations.
As I Desire You: Sexuality, Enigmatic Knowing, and the Therapeutic Couple
Actress and writer
"We're not so separated as we want to think," Atlas agrees. "It's really hard to figure out what belongs to whom. We hold
Leaving Dublin: Sing Street Premieres
Author, 'Kerouac's Spontaneous Poetics'
The essential ingredients in John Carney's films: music and heart -- see Once (2007) and Begin Again (2013)-- bubble up in
Richard Linklater: Making 'Everybody Wants Some!!' Was An Uphill Battle
But it wasn't quite as difficult as getting the green light to make "Dazed and Confused."
"Everybody Wants Some": Lesser Linklater
Former Senior Manager of San Francisco's Planning Department, ...
Linklater follows incoming freshman Jake Bradford (Blake Jenner) through a long weekend introduction to higher education
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Richard Linklater And 'Everybody Wants Some!!' Cast Pick Their '80s Favorites
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off" or "The Breakfast Club"?
Everybody Wants Some! Lesser Linklater Is Still Better Than Most
Film teacher and screenwriter
It is the insertion of moments like that which raise Everybody Wants Some! above the standard young man sex comedy. And what
The Cast of
Everybody Wants Some!!
Talks Sports, Music, and the 80s
shareholder advocate, movie critic
It's 1980, with all new characters, and they're in college, but just like the original it takes place in a compressed time period and there are almost no grown-ups in the story (though there is one older guy who still prefers to hang out with teenagers).
The MovieFilm Podcast: Moving into '10 Cloverfield Lane'
Film Critic, Professor of Communication & Media
In this week's MovieFilm Podcast, we discuss a whole host of new and upcoming releases, including Zootopia, London Has Fallen
School of Rock
on Broadway Channels the Film, and More
Author, 'Kerouac's Spontaneous Poetics'
First the announcement: the kids in School of Rock bringing down the house at the Winter Garden Theater are playing their
CultureZohn: Hitchcock/Truffaut: A Cinematic Love Affair
Culture Columnist, CultureZohn,
'Dear Mr Hitchcock: There are many directors with a love of cinema, but what you possess is a love of celluloid itself and it is that which I would like to talk to you about...' 'Dear Mr.Truffaut: Your letter brought tears to my eyes...'
'I Dream Too Much': A Unique Coming of Age Film
Robert L. Cavnar
Energy Veteran and Author, Founder, this-small-planet.com
I Dream Too Much
has all the elements of a chick flick, but goes far beyond those elements to tell an intricately interwoven story about two lives that are so different yet so much alike
The JV Club
Branding expert and co-author of the business book "I Hate Peo...
Having just concluded her "Boys of Summers" series of guest on The JV Club, host Janet Varney returns to what she does best, interviewing the women of show biz. For her episode 170, Varney brings us Kelly Carlin, daughter of comedy god George Carlin
The Venice Diaries 2015: Kicking It Off With Orson Welles, a Woman's Man
E. Nina Rothe
A good 30 years after his death, the genius that was, is and always will be Orson Welles is finally enjoying the recognition he deserves.
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Salad Days: When We Were Slackers
I write as well as I play the trumpet. I don't play the trumpe...
Twenty-five-year-old Mac Demarco has been called many things since he broke onto the indie scene with his third album, Salad Days: "Goofball," "brohemian hero," even the "Salvador Dali of indie rock."
'Boyhood' Is a Sitcom, Compressed
The magic of Boyhood is the compression of twelve years into two and a half hours. The film is like a good tomato sauce that's
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