"...8. Inside Llewyn Davis Cynical? Yes..."
"...“Painters Painting Painters”Davis Gallery, 837 W. 12th, 512/477-4929 www.davisgalleryaustin.com Through Nov..."
"...Directed by: Jennifer Kent. Starring: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley McElhinney, Daniel Henshall, Barbara West and Ben Winspear...."
"...In a last-ditch move to save the branch, Clay decides to throw a rager of a party in order to convince buyer Walter Davis (Vance) to purchase their servers, which would turn around the branch’s fortunes. A good portion of Chicago eventually winds up at the party, including Jesus and a donkey, Jimmy Butler of the Bulls, and a prostitute (Lee) giving hand jobs in the men’s restroom..."
"...This new show at grayDUCK Gallery, just off South First Street in the bustling and culinarily bountiful Bouldin Creek neighborhood, features the work of three artists: David Ball, Jennifer Davis, and Megan Kimber. This show, says the gallery statement, "explores the spaces between reality and imagined perceptions, where characters bear witness to an internal narrative of memories and relationships."..."
"...3) PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Mary Moody Northen Theatre) Jane Austen with class – the polished style and the stratified social system integral to her novels. Everyone working on this MMNT show was on the same page regarding money and status, and the result was a romance with stakes, sumptuous clothes by Jennifer Davis, and a glorious comic turn by Mary Cox as Mrs..."
"...In what feels like an interstitial genre moment between horror film trends – we appear to be stalled in a desert of Saw and Paranormal Activity sequels and knockoffs – The Babadook mines a rich, throbbing vein of classic, spooky suspense and high-string paranoia. The story of a widowed and grief-stricken single mom (Essie Davis) and her 7-year-old son Samuel fighting off the eponymous, pop-up book-born monstrosity, Kent and cast masterfully set a tone somewhere between suburban gothic and the incipient creep of total lunacy..."
"...Directed by: Julie Davis. Starring: Jennifer Bransford, Mitchell Whitfield, Jeff Cesario, Caroline Aaron, Nick Chinlund and Julie Davis..."
"...Costume Susan Branch Towne, One Man, Two Guv’nors/The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui Jennifer Davis, Wolf Hall/Pride and Prejudice E. L..."
"...The design team's no slouch, either. Everything from the costumes (designed by Jennifer Davis) to the set (Reck) hides surprises of all sizes..."
"...Ann Marie Gordon's scenic design, which looks as though it were ripped out of a pop-up book, lends the perfect fairy-tale feel to the experience and is complemented by Patrick Anthony's dreamlike lighting. Jennifer Davis' costumes are equally fantastical, while elegantly intricate..."
"...Happily, that isn't the case in the Hidden Room Theatre's production of Shrew, which is touted as hewing closely to the "original practices" of Shakespeare's day – period costumes, props, music, dance, lighting, and casting style (i.e., no women). This approach has yielded quite the handsome show, most notably in the sumptuously detailed attire from Cherie Weed and the music supplied by Jennifer Davis and her fellow musicians..."
"...Directed by: Mark Jones. Starring: Warwick Davis, Jennifer Aniston, Ken Olandt, Mark Holton and Robert Gorman..."
"...Casey – My Guitar Is a Camera Carina Chicano – You Play The Girl: On Playboy Bunnies, Stepford Wives, Train Wrecks, & Other Mixed Messages David Collins – Accidental Activists Chad Conine – Texas Sports Michael Corcoran – All Over the Map: True Heroes of Texas Music David Courtney – The Texanist: Fine Advice on Living in Texas Angela J. Davis – Policing the Black Man Kate Winkler Dawson – Death in the Air Melissa Del Bosque – Bloodlines John Doberman – Dopers in Uniform Matthew Dowd – A New Way: Embracing the Paradox as We Lead and Serve Lisa Fain – Queso!: Regional Recipes for the World's Favorite Chile-Cheese Dip Melissa Febos – Abandon Me: Memoirs James Forman Jr..."
"...Jennifer Davis, Changelings..."
"...Jennifer Davis & Howard Burkett, Rose Rage..."
"...Grant, and Vinnie Jones – are laid to waste voicing the flesh-and-blood animals (Rhys Ifans fares the best as a Scots bunny) while Garfield breakdances. A children’s movie about wily farm animals besting their human enemy and saving their manor might have been worth watching, but what is Garfield doing here? Jim Davis’ cartoon strip (and its television incarnations, with voice work by the deadpan Lorenzo Music) isn’t high art, but it at least has a sly charm and a point to make: People are whipped by their pets..."
"...Sadly the task falls to me. This Garfield is everything Jim Davis’ eponymous cartoon isn’t – busy, ingratiating, too-cute, and smarmy – and nothing it is – dyspeptic, laconic, subversively attuned to the inner lives of animals while their humans bumble and cater..."
"...Once you let him in, he will never leave. “If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of The Babadook,” reads weary Amelia (Essie Davis) to her frightened son Samuel (Noah Wiseman) from a book that has mysteriously appeared in the young boy’s bedroom...."
"...Lion: Written by Luke Davies, directed by Garth Davis..."