Pauly Shore does Felini, sort of.
Howard Hughes: Will you marry me? Ava Gardner: You're too crazy for me.
A review of Antonioni's 1962 film to perfectly (perfectly!) coincide with the new (and beautiful) Criterion release. Miraculous? Nay, just a marvel of modern technology.
NBC gets wise and offers up a much more entertaining - and funny - glimpse of The Office.
Rosencrantz: Shouldn't we be doing something... constructive? Guildenstern: What did you have in mind? A short, blunt human pyramid?
Ironic - a forgettable film about a man with amnesia.
Ted Baehr has never impressed me much with his claims, and this year is no exception
"How's your driving record?" "It's clean. Real clean. Like my conscience."
Will it become easier to rob banks with computers instead of guns?
Reading Shown to Help Prevent the Incidence and Death from Heart Attack...
What is the problem with these head scarves? Are they not simply clothes?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 18, 2005
This point was a brilliant maneuver by Doyle. Allowing the more human Dr. Watson to do much of the investigation himself allows the mystery time to develop rather than be solved immediately by Holmes.
With everything baseball is going through, why isn't Bonds in the spotlight? Or in any light for that matter?
More nonsense from baseball players. Pitcher Curt Schilling ruins his future political career.
Blogs: If you can't beat em, pan em!
The Government Reform Committee is getting out of control. And the American taxpayer is paying for it.
If Lil' Kim gets more time than Martha Stewart, I'm gonna be pissed...
Rainbow Quartz label showcase at SXSW should be one of the best.
Bomb scare, computers for Brazil's poor, court rules against eBay, the gray market, teen drivers, Lil Kim guilty
Shut Up And Rock!
Maybe they're comin' to your town. They might help you party it down. At any rate, they're an American band.