ESPN's hilarious personality slips on dancin' shoes for Dancing with the Stars. What's an anti-reality TV viewer to do?
The strength of Narnia, however, like Lord of the Rings, is in the casting.
Ran, Kurosawa's last masterpiece, is given The Criterion Collection treatment
We end 2005 with two days worth of releases, one of which may actually give "straight-to-DVD" a worse reputation.
Director Peter Jackson returns to his earlier idiosyncracy.
A hit and a miss. The moral: know what kind of book you're adapting.
Tim Curry...piles more sexual innuendo into words than Mae West, and dresses like a cheap hooker from a bad western.
Roseanne may have been the single best show ever made when it comes to character definition.
Chasing too many ideas in too few pages leaves this collection of horror short stories wanting.
The politics of narcissism ... protest the failure of the world to live up to imagined aesthetic ideals of peace and harmony.
An absorbing historical saga of South and Southeast Asia pits the yearning for freedom against formidable forces of despots and deep-rooted dispute.
The latest album by the Berlin-based duo.
Melvin Riley soothes his girlfriend's fears regarding their relationship in the faithful "Love You Down."
My principle objection is that Bluestars utterly fails on every musical level, but this record also conveys a grotesque gutter minded idea of romance that's too boring and mundane even to be disgusting.
I swear to this day I saw him, swinging his legs out our window.
You don't have to know everything to give something.
What happens when a man leaves the land of his birth - but his heart stays there?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 26, 2005
Why shouldn't you pay for my crime? America's House of Lords. More Wal-Mart nonsense
The RNC used sentence fragments to take presidential executive orders out of context. Thankfully, some people noticed.
As Bob Barr said: "For a member of Congress to say, oh, that doesn't matter ... is absolutely astounding."