Two Reviews for the Price of One. One film now in theaters goes up against a classic on DVD -- no ties allowed.
Sometimes emotions need to be kept hidden.
Things on Wisteria Lane never go as planned.
The Duke's October Horror-Fest Continues...
Not even Ferrell’s physical antics can save this cookie-cutter kiddy comedy from being unexceptional and just plain unfunny.
In its final ten minutes, this otherwise superlative feature spirals into senselessness.
If you want a movie about skating, go ahead.
Ads might make it look fun, but this is a family drama. It's a good enough movie that manages to be affecting.
I might even be as angry as Jet Li proves he can be in the film Unleashed.
Good Night and Good Luck is a strange film.
Serenity offers a powerful metaphor for those struggling to maintain their rights and dignity in the face of a conservative right-wing political climate.
Weekly round-up from a TV Viewer
Competent thriller, worthy post-summer film...Some minor spoilers...read with caution.
Matthew Paul Turner can write in dialogue form. I love a good conversation, with questions and stretching hypotheticals.
The politics of this novel are impossible nasty: the explanation for the girl's dishonest behaviour is "bad blood".
Though Drexler states that gender doesn't determine the quality of a person's parenting, she paints fathers in a negative light.
Now that I've settled why the hell I'm doing this -- what the hell am I going to do?
Badfinger drummer Mike Gibbins, 56, passes away in his sleep at his Florida home on Tuesday, Oct. 4 2005.
Six years later, Fiona Apple is still angry, but it's an enthralling and perpetually shifting anger...if somewhat overproduced.
Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay, is curious about evolution in the shy "Speed of Sound."
Alex Chilton presents the history of rock on one 12-track CD. Let's face it, the guy was there.
The Residents; Zero 7; Pentangle; Tyrannosaurus Rex
Except for "Curly Locks" and "Vampire" these are simply not very memorable compositions, regardless of how famous or highly reputed or cool the original artists may be considered.
Mixed bag podcast this week, as I try to get things finalized for the blues 'cast.
I've decided to write a followup article to Part 1 because apparently many of my points were missed by commenters.
Graphically exploring the state of income disparity in the U.S.
The 21st century will be The Christian Century.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 10, 2005
Conscious evolution is a very personal thing, embracing the tension between indestructible spirit and the death of ego
Republican outsiders are suddenly in again.
Bazooka Joe dreams he is the first teenage president.
Is there any chance that the Internet will be better than it is now with the United Nations in control?
It would be the first veto of Bush's presidency.
The Clinton Tax, Hurricanes and Sin, Failure of Character
Taylor Behl's disappearance solved, in part, due to her online activities. Here are some online "clues" should I ever vanish.