Ang Lee's epic western provides a glimpse into how devestating love can be.
Will Brad be sent off to prison even though most people would call him a hero? Read this to find out!
El Bicho reviews Woody Allen's latest film and reports on his first red carpet experience
Canada's Global TV needs to play catch-up in the ratings to CTV. How does it do that? Why, shuffling newstimes and a new graphics package, of course!
Just in time for Christmas - a complete denial that Christ existed. Enjoy.
Yes, Virginia, there is a Heat Miser. And he? Is awesome.
Because of the deck stacked against him, even when George is completely free in this alternate life, he cannot escape.
Which films should help decorate your mantel, and which motion-pictures should be buried beneath the North Pole?
The second sequel is an overall frustration to fans of the series and the dullest Blade in the box.
Because no-one wants to believe.
How does one travel through life's twists and turns? A young frog is about to get the lesson of a lifetime.
A novelist ventures into the world of non-fiction in a not always successful effort to analyze why significant facts disappear in the fog generated by the mainstream media.
Adam Dalgliesh returns in P.D. James' latest literate mystery.
Film critic Richard Blake explores the cinematic "Big Apple" through the eyes of four New York natives.
The Orpheus Obsession may not speak readily to jaded adult readers, but for any teenage girl who writes secret poetry, it will speak volumes.
There ain't no denying that The Class of 98 are going to make their mark in '06.
Miscellaneous music matters mastered miraculously by McBride.
One of the most beloved (and my personal favorite of all the animated Christmas Specials) celebrates it's 40th anniversary this year - A Charlie Brown Christmas.
40 years ago, the last of Rodgers and Hammerstein's great muscials, The Sound of Music, was brought to the Silver Screen. It was by far their best musical if not one of the best musicals ever produced.
Discover a myriad of Rap songs that have sampled the George Clinton song Atomic Dog.
Steve Vai hasn’t always been the guitar virtuoso solo artist that you’ve come to know and love. Throughout the years Steve has been a member of several bands
...looking for a cure to winter in North America and can't afford to travel to sunnier climes, put this disc into your music player
Worse than a bad album is one that fails to meet expectations; here's a few that let me down in 2005.
Ashanti rather than be in an unhealthy relationship than alone in the stock pop of "Foolish."
What is the process by which this is done? Please, somebody qualified, find out what to do and DO IT.
Why are there literally thousands of references to poverty and/or serving the poor throughout the Bible, yet the Christian Right supports the policies of George W. Bush and his 'rubber-stamp Republicans?'
A cell phone “Freedom Plan” gives the government the right to tap all of your conversations in exchange for paying your normal monthly rate.
He stole the lives, wealth, and freedom from countless individuals. His life was innately and wholly selfish and yet you compare his to Jesus?
The comments are the heart of BlogCritics, a wild, after-the-storm river; wide, deep and dark, glistening with flotsam and jetsam.
Poor old New Yorkers. The trains don't run and they act like it's the end of the world.
Some musings on Santa and his personifications as we near Dec. 25.
A parody of teen love poems of a type that I'm sure everyone is familiar with.
Gas prices are lower, resulting in increased housing demand and higher new construction starts in November.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 21, 2005
In its world premiere at the Los Angeles Mark Taper Forum, the play wanders aimlessly and indecisively, failing to make a cohesive point about American imperialism.
I ran to the window and what do I find? Carolers, singing the bells, and one ... getting high?
A board game that serves up a fun twist on trivial pursuits.
Jack Thompson, Grand Theft Auto sex, Spike TV, and Chinese MMO players. What a combo!
Who dares challenge me?
Former Red Sox centerfielder is about to finalize a 4-year, $52 million deal with the enemy Yankees.
All ID is is an effort to muddy the waters; to change science into politics. In politics, it is run of the mill to come to a conclusion and then find or manufacture facts to support it. No one bats an eye, and the other side comes back with different facts and different conclusions. The idea is that somewhere in the middle is the truth.
The ways of the online universe are dark, and never pleasant.