He's unambiguously super when evil is afoot.
The early 20th-century British writer and naval specialist deserves our attention.
Sweet Tookie's own words. Changing history 101, Dean gets it all wrong about Iraqi women. And all about enemies.
Your local paper may not have reported it, but the plan to create an Anglo-centered world is about to take flight.
What if George Washington's first instinct was to spin his father about chopping down the cherry tree?
Both men's and women's champs win by score of 8-7 ... plus: Does Gushue moonlight as a "Mallrat?"
Brad has both power and grace in this episode...
A better-than-average season of a hit TV show leads off this week.
Peter Jackson's online diaries of the production of King Kong receive a lavish DVD presentation of their very own.
Well, they tore its head off, so I think it's dead already.
It's no joke that Mulholland Drive has guts and guile like no other.
Blue Velvet is one shard of fabric that all should truly experience before they expire.
During the bleak, bland years of the seventies he was one of the few bright spots amidst great mass of mediocrity.
Richard Pryor's Best Movie Role
I went into this movie with low expectations, expecting to see something like March of the Penguins minus the penguins.
Johnny loves Marissa and Summer figures out she is smart.
Jump on the podcasting bandwagon! This book shows you how.
I don’t recall any real, actual action on global warming during his eight years in office.
A list of the best and worst in my little world of music listening for 2005.
In white-face make-up, eyes lined heavily black, and lips smeared with red, Dylan wails.
A sampling of Blogcritics' writers pick the best of albums of 2005, see what their choices are and add your own.
You say you don't like major-label rock? Maybe if all major-label rock was this good, the world would be a better place.
Jneiro Jarel wants to bring hip-hop back to the Tribe Called Quest days.
Barenaked Ladies music on a reusable USB Memory Stick. How cool is that?
What a difference a year makes. The last time I spoke with Joey Belladonna was last summer. We talked about how things didn't work out with the last Anthrax reunion attempt, we talked about the old times, and we talked about the bickering that followed the break-up.
A few surprises: at least one band did not live up to expectations and another just about pulled it off.
If we can build a 15 dollar DVD player, then....
Blogcritics knows best when it comes to the greatest releases and moments from Aught-Five. Who did we pick?
You plunge into the building's past, for an experience that covers all of its history, and seduces all of your senses.
Newsflash...as a customer, I am insignificant!
Just what are the Christian Crusaders fighting for, anyway? Notes on the dark past and retail goals of America's most ridiculous war.
The “War on Christmas” may come to be known as the most prolific and unsubstantiated urban legend of all time.
For a small child to worry about bogeymen in the wardrobe is one thing; for a grown woman to do so is another.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 12, 2005
One of the wonderful things about living near Hollywood is that you get a better crop of actors available for faithful favorites.
The prevailing controversy surrounding Stanley “Tookie” Williams’s impending execution on December 13 is a good example of why the death penalty should be eliminated in states like California.
Another dark and bloody manga from the creators of Lone Wolf and Cub.
The captivating and multi-dimensional award-winner raises eyebrows and questions in a nuanced exploration of guilt and foregiveness, imagination and "the strangeness of the here-and-now."
The author struggles to identify himself as an Irish Catholic boy. His extended family secretly flouts religious dicta while conforming to social superficialities.
Cultural comedies and political tragedies from a renaissance and reconnaissance man keen on tying up the world's loose ends.
A guide to leadership through the lense of the life and deeds of Lord Nelson.