Small-time criminal experiences karma and changes his way. Very charming Jason Lee stars as Earl and carries the show.
The same pattern repeats - problem, hard sell to the brass, approval, and resolution. Predictable and dull.
Also - Kirsten kicks the guts out any absurd proposals.
The Oldboy director's first US in-store signing.
The Last Temptation is indeed a daring depiction of Jesus’ psychological hardships.
Its simplistic spirituality and its captivating chronology substantiates that it’s hard for Scorsese to beget a bad motion picture.
"And knowing is half the battle."
I like pirates. It's not a gay thing, though.
I had read that there was a PBS documentary for airing on American Masters was in the the works about Bob Dylan's early years
The marvelous thing about history is the ability to look back at our past endeavors with some objectivity and make sense of those actions.
Albaugh: "FEMA... the original faith-based initiative... is a perfect fit with President Bush's new approach to helping the poor."
Tom Delay, the most corrupt person to ever serve in American government was just indicted today for criminal conspiracy...
Bob Dylan's "Hurricane," updated for Katrina.
The government is getting ripped off and Bush stands for it?
Congrats, Tom, you finally hopped on the bus.
Britain's Prime Minister wants a "complete change of thinking from innocent until proven guilty".
It would seem those 500 cops who allegedly abandoned their post may have NEVER EXISTED!
Satire alert: Reporter loses track of faction and fiction.
The old folks are at it again!
I consider myself a proud supporter of basic libertarian tenets, such as a small government. Why, then, won’t I ever vote for the Libertarian Party?
This policy of passing on to future generations that which we have sown through reckless and arrogant abandonment will ultimately be the mark this administration leaves to history.
Listen to it once, it is no good at all. I implore you - listen again.
Hendrix might have blazed on some "Purple Haydn" if W.C. Handy hadn't done what he did this day in 1912.
As the voice of Something Corporate, Andrew McMahon's keening whine can be difficult to take in large doses...
The result is a pleasant cross between, say, The Clumsy Lovers and Nickel Creek, minus the attractive quirkiness of either...
...how often do you see the words 'sinister' and 'accordion' in such close proximity?
I recently asked knowledgeable folks involved with the music business what they felt was "the best cover song ever recorded."
A polished and professional live album so awesome, so metal, you won't even notice most of the hits aren't there.
"Man of Peace" is an interesting flip side to the sentiments of "Masters of War."
It may not be Dropout's equal, but the two wouldn't look out of place mixing at a cocktail party.
Iowa's visiting team's locker room is pink. What kind of message do you think they are trying to send?
Submit your own!
Since only Eric Berlin lost this week, we must sadly single him out and laugh at him.
Part 2 of a two part series distinguishing junk religions from authentic religions
Why are we attempting to force people to live that don't want to?
Can taking a six-hour class about driving really be a positive experience?
When we've got a mayor who's doing a pretty good job, we hesitate to kick him out.
Anna Nicole Smith prepares to mount — er, appeal to — the Supreme Court of the United States.
Lindbergh City Center will soon compete with Atlanta Station for mixed use development superiority.
Fundamentalism has nothing to do with politics. It always has been a theological movement striving for doctrinal purity.
Before blaming anyone for their deficiencies, perhaps we need to look in a mirror?
You know, when you have a great big country and lots and lots of people it's easy to run out of stuff that you really need. Take China for instance. It happens all the time
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 28, 2005
Dr. Nicholas Perricone -- who believes that sugary, high-glycemic foods are inflammatory (meaning, they can make you fat and more) -- has come out with his new book, Perricone Weight-Loss Diet.
Earth-shaking, soul-quaking, heart-breaking and icon-making, plus an invitation to "kick it up a notch"...
The spirit of Julia Child takes Julie’s agonizingly unfulfilling life and turns it into something wonderful through liver and marrow.
“10 All Time Annoying Things We Should Never Say To Our Men During The Game” and more words of wisdom!
If Linux is your day job, or you're an adventurous hobbyist, this is what you'll need around more than any other reference material.
One of the best from 2003, and you've never played it (at least it's not likely).