NBC sails a new POSEIDON ADVENTURE Sunday at 8pm. Links to some reviews.
Last week's most ridiculous DVD's, this week.
Sixty minutes of Craig Ferguson and sex talk!
This movie seems kind of blessed, like it was supposed to be made now, like this, by these people.
This likely Oscar nominee features career-best performances -- and fine singing -- by Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix.
Amazon.com has begun to recall and replace all the SONY-BMG XCP CDs bought from its site.
As liberals attempt to make science the enemy of religion, conservatives dignify this idiocy with "intelligent design."
What we have here is half a play about alcoholism - a quite fine half a play, but only that.
Guitar rock and punk all in one show.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 19, 2005
Cheers to the champions of freedom for all.
A Republican perspective on the House vote to pull out of Iraq. Drama, histrionics, courage and truth.
Enforcement of a law from 1980 has helped reduced child trafficking. Other European states should follow suit.
Ohio State's 25-21 win over Michigan in Ann Arbor validated some things we knew but also disproved some things we thought.
Paulina Rubio and her boyfriend share a tearful farewell in the crisp "Don't Say Goodbye."
Why Don't We Get Drunk And Party With Buffett
Suplecs bass player, Danny Nick talks about Hurricane Katrina and the band's recovery.
We’d listen to three songs on the demo tapes. The bad and okay ones would end up decorating the turnpike.
On this self-titled debut album, the New York band delivers passionate and sincere hardcore with a twist.
She employs her silky smooth, extraordinarily exotic voice like a woman uses bedroom eyes to lead a lover.
At long last, George Harrison's superstar benefit gets a deluxe DVD.
Destiny's Child envisions a utopia in the cultish "Stand Up For Love."
Once a novel strikes a false note, you suddenly start to notice the musty smell dry-cleaning cannot remove.
Fifty thousand words was the easy part, now I have to finish the thing.