This 2006 Message column "HDNet Gains" profiled HDNet, billionaire Mark Cuban's high-definition television network. At the time, Cuban and his Denver-based partner, Philip Garvin, were thrilled about adding longtime CBS anchor Dan Rather to HDNet's family. But Garvin remained frustrated that the p ... More >>
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Something’s rotten, all right, and it’s this play.
Despite a non-existent marketing campaign, Cuarón’s latest is not to be missed.
Memento's director plumbs the depths of magic and loss.
The Weather Man's a comedy, but not that kind.
Redford grows old gracefully in An Unfinished Life.
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect: absolutely nothing.
The Dark Knight's origin story can't overcome its Bale-ful side.
Jude Law puts a pretty face on an ugly story in Alfie.
Catholics and Nazis are bad -- and a new movie about both is boring.
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A provocative adaptation of Graham Greene's Vietnam views will have audiences talking.
A Dickens classic is almost perfectly adapted for the screen.
Mike Myers's mojo is running low.
Little Voice fails to hit true notes in its portrayal of a withdrawn girl.
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell.
Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved, and is that so wrong?
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Croupier looks like a good bet.
The Cider House Rules tries to capture the complexity of the John Irving novel.