On Wednesday’s Central Standard, we examine the legacy of Gordon Parks; the photographer, essayist, film maker, and native Kansan whose 100th birthday is this Friday.
A weekend full of eating, shopping, football and leftovers leaves many of us grateful for an opportunity to collapse on the sofa and watch a movie at home.
Gold paint, searing lasers and one deadly hat— villains have attacked James Bond in a lot of ways over the years.
The dawn of the atomic age reverberated throughout the world. It even found its way to Hollywood.
Relationships blossom and thrive or they fizzle and die. But writers Will McCormack and Rashida Jones - who also stars as the female half of Celeste and Jesse Forever - have another take on it.
Looking for a great independent, foreign, or documentary film to see the weekend of August 24-26, 2012? Up to Date's critics share their three favorite showing on area screens.
Cynthia Haines: Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, Queen of Versailles, Ruby Sparks
Steve Walker: Moonrise Kingdom, Queen of Versailles, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, Ruby Sparks