Malkovich's directorial debut is like his last film as an actor: too much brains, too little human pain. Something, but not everything, gained.
An assortment of pieces (mostly from the Guardian) looking at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.
The question he frequently asks of himself (perhaps setting the bar too low) is "Have I done more good than harm?"
If you can read this, my bitch fell off my keyboard.
Did Democrats spit on returning soldiers? Did Republicans not offer them jobs?
Not like he'd ever touch such a thing, but Frank Sinatra should have taken a crack at this song.
Miles Davis got himself some of that, becoming one of the central creative artists in the history of recorded American music. As a trumpet player, composer, bandleader and all around badass, Miles created and perfected several different major subgenres of jazz.
A little book gives you a fascinating glimpse into the mind and life of one of our more interesting Presidents.
Christopher Buckley takes a satirical look at the Clinton years. Plus he makes fun of lawyers!
Take away their guns
A letter to a Christian friend ...
One state looks downwind of the tax cuts of 2002
What kind of leader only wants to hear YES?