It's a stratragedy. Written by a shakespoon.
Did we long for those great graceful leaps and ecstatic moments of weightlessness in the shafts of sunlight of the forest roof?
The economist was a very influential man until his dying day, known for his forthright opinions, predictive abilities and annoying habit of getting things right.
This tale of the Pirate Coast recounts the first military conflict and covert ops on foreign soil pursued by the US.
Cat fights, jealous rages, and long sullen silences would probably be frequent causes of stress for the husband.
These DVDs prove that the Sugarcubes may have been a little weird, but they were more than just a cheap novelty.
Who knew cows could be so ... freaky?
:45 to :42. Our universe can't cope as we slide into the inchoate void where time's reduced to a subatomic froth of random quantum fluctuations . . .
Prejudice is what separates the classes, pride is what draws two lovers together. One of the greatest romantic couples in literary history evoke powerful emotions.
CBS isn't anti-YouTube, but they are anti-taking video without their permission.
Can Brokeback live up the the Oscar hype?
We break down the Cinematography Category!
Most people haven't seen many of this year's nominated films...including me. Will that matter in predicting the winners?
Repo Man, cinema's first low-budget, sci-fi, punk rock comedy, get great treatment in this Collector's Edition
Cute, funny, and totally harmless family entertainment. In other words, it's the opposite of Robocop.
Why Oscar is allergic to commas, why 130,000 screeners *could* be wrong, why brevity is not the soul of wit, and why killing the shark's better than jumping it.
Can we ever really get enough of male comedians dressing up like older, heavyset women?
A duller than dirt horror film, a beloved Disney Classic, an Oscar nominee, a forgotten cartoon from the '80s and then some . . .
As a Child of Television, I am saddened to be writing so many eulogies ...
Two of this year's Best Actress Oscar-nominated performances are submitted this week for your approval.
It is a rare instance when we have a chance to go back and try to correct societal wrongs. This documentary offers such a chance.
I think this season's off to a good start despite the "eh" task. It's definitely off to a better time-slot!
You could say we embraced it as an ironic symbol of our obsession with a TV show, if you wanted to get pretentious.
The film is so deliriously over the top that the plot becomes secondary to the free-flowing insanity on tap.
School's back in session, kids. That's right, Boardroom School, taught by the Don himself.
Sharp and edgy, Flipsyde gives powerful and distinct hip-hop.
New material from Springsteen and Dylan, National Archives footage on Google Video and new iPod toys in today's update.
Listening to his Plays for Lovers proved once again how versatile and influential Getz had been throughout his career.
NME indie faves The Cribs on their final tour date with Orange Country duo Giant Drag.
Stolen cars and class A narcotics. And so the saga continues...
In a career that spanned nearly thirty years, Coltrane garnered about every published word equated with superiority and then some.
Body Count, Trouble, Torture, and Jead as well as an update on my digital distribution project are featured in this weeks column.
I expect it (Bombay Dub Orchestra) to become the latest "inspirational" hit among the new age crowd
Without his famous last name, there'd be a lot about Hank III that would make him only too easy to write off.
"A pissed-off divorcé's version of This Year's Model" by the real Napoleon Dynamite. Sometimes he almost feels just like a human being. Then again...
Josh Turner's album, Your Man, has been certified gold in just 4 weeks as the title track tops hits #1
Covers are risky, even when you're Barry Manilow. But when it works, it works well.
It's been a great month, and we're just beginning.
Radio: the last refuge of superannuating rockers?
Stock drops as much as 15% on growth news before steadying.
Why would an upscale magazine use an unoriginal joke when they could have used a beautiful tribute to New Orleans post-Katrina?
Traditional products and services kept distance from the consumer. The 'reality' phenomenon involves the customer in ways not done previously.
California's Morales spared death penalty because the needle might hurt. The Pizza "Bill of Rights." Mary Kay and Vili.
Transnational perspectives are the only ones that apply any more.
Far from being "worldly," New Yorkers are shockingly xenophobic when it comes to their pricey "turf."
This play will have a place as an early attempt to tell of the effects of the first Gulf War on its warriors.
European foreign policy is being hijacked by unelected individuals. Surprise.
Should taxpayers foot the bill for upgrading the quality of private beaches in New Jersey?
Sitting on the couch grousing about politics is the backbone of American freedom.
This isn't Pokemon, it's Perplex City. The mind blowing, puzzle solving card game from Michael Smith and Mind Candy Games.
Another offbeat Japanese DS game with "pick up and play" appeal.
One of my all-time favorite Playstation 2 games. Ever.
It's not what you're expecting. It's amazingly good.
Should state and local food-safety laws be nixed in favor of one set of national rules? The safety of what you eat could depend on the answer.
Journey sucks (the diet, not the band. They rock.)
The medium itself is sold largely on the bulk of its own hype rather than its clear-cut statistics for product sales.