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‘What the Fung?!’ takes a taste tour of Fort Worth


FYI Network

Brothers and YouTube stars host an FYI Network show in which they city-hop and dine on a budget. Read more

‘Texas Rising’ chronicles the rise of the Lone Star State



It’s hard to say which is more impressive in History channel’s Texas Rising. Read more

Dallas chef can take heat of ‘Hell’s Kitchen’



Michelle Tribble is still getting accustomed to the idea that people know who she is. Read more

Movie review: ‘Poltergeist’


Twentieth Century Fox

Remake of the classic horror story doesn't stand a ghost of a chance Read more

Movie review: ‘Good Kill’

Good Kill

A story of soldiers conflicted about their mission is nothing new. What the absorbing Good Kill ably reckons with is how the means of that assignment — rather than just the goals of the mission itself — send one lauded pilot into an emotional tailspin. Read more

Movie review: ‘Tomorrowland’



Coming on the heels of the brutally dystopian vision of what’s to come glimpsed in Mad Max: Fury Road, the jet packs and Jetsons gleam of the charming if preachy Tomorrowland comes as a huge sigh of reli... Read more

Summer TV goes retro


Vivian Zink/NBC

Many of the best new shows and miniseries of the coming months are turning back the clock. Read more

Movie review: ‘I’ll See You in My Dreams’


Bleeker Street Media

There is something about Blythe Danner’s on-screen essence that is perfect for the gently aged widow she plays in I’ll See You in My Dreams, her first leading role in years. Read more

Movie review: ‘Felix and Meira’


Oscilloscope Laboratories

The problem with any screen romance between someone from the Hasidic community and an outsider is the limited range of outcomes. Read more

Movie review: ‘Saint Laurent’


Sony Pictures Classics

Saint Laurent is an epic film about the life of the famed fashion designer, a 150-minute immersion into the styles of the 1970s, which look better as time goes on. After all, aside from the 1920s, there was no decade in the last 100 years whose fashion was so distinct... Read more

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