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Martial-arts action makes up for plot in ‘Kill Zone 2’


Well Go USA

The Chinese martial-arts film Kill Zone 2 has a serpentine plot that doesn’t just verge on the incomprehensible, it practically celebrates it. Read more

Movie review: ‘The Family Fang’

There are a million ways for parents to screw up their kids. The Family Fang serves up a new one: cutting-edge performance art. Read more

Fall TV lineups taking shape on major networks



It’s too early to program the DVR to record the new shows in the upcoming fall TV lineup. Read more

‘The Real Housewives of Dallas’ episode five recap



The fight at Stephan Pyles restaurant continues, Brandi and Bryan won’t get an award for couple of the year, and Mark shows off his inner designer -- again Read more

Movie review: No love for ‘Rio, I Love You’


Screen Media Films

There are more than 6 million potential love stories in Rio de Janeiro. Unfortunately, none of the 10 that have been assembled in the anthology film Rio, I Love You is any good. Read more

‘Hello Goodbye’ reality show focuses on airports comings and goings

Hello Goodbye

Travel Channel

Love is in the air. Actually, love is at the airport. Read more

CNN to air special about Waco biker shootout

Waco Shooting


It hardly seems like nearly a year has gone by since a biker shootout at a Waco Twin Peaks made national news, but the first anniversary of the deadly event is this Tuesday. Read more

'Arranged' reality show highlights Fort Worth couple



You are cordially invited to attend the wedding ceremony of Taylor Grubb and David Roller. Read more

Dallas Comic Con invites you to breakfast with Stan Lee



This year’s Dallas Comic Con Fan Expo, the big con that takes places June 3-5 in the enormous Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas, is shaping up to be something special. Read more

Movie review: Haunting ‘Phantom of the Theatre’


Well Go USA

Though it sounds like one, the Chinese movie Phantom of the Theatre is not a rip-off of The Phantom of the Opera. That doesn't mean it’s unprecedented. Read more

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