Beside a script that is paper-thin, the film fails to covince us of any romance at all.
"Christ was submerged in a vat of urine, which was not meant as a comment about Christianity but rather a scathing attack on modern urology."
If you liked Takeshi Kitano's Zatoichi, try this charming, funky homage to old-school samurai films
The New World prods deep into our American psyche with stunning and masterful visual poetry - best film of 2005.
Step up and crowd the plate America.
Pre-code Hollywood films are not always very good, but they are good at being bad.
My first thought was knowing, absolutely knowing how frightened that boy was.
With its "day-and-date" release process, the wonderful Bubble subverts traditional theatrical release methods.
Number of times Jack Bauer says "Now!": 16. Number of times Jack says "No!": 8.
I can forgive you for your sweat stains in your arm-pits showing on TV.
Don't you hate the words "to be continued"? Argh! A look at the latest episode of The Amazing Race!
The film is sentimental and aims to pull at the heartstrings.
You have to wonder where music comes from.
It's Stevie Wonder night. How many wanna bet they butcher his catalogue?
As anticipated, not everyone lived up to the difficult song selections.
The children are our future! So plop 'em down to watch grown-ups in animal costumes; it'll give the small ones nightmares for weeks.
Will the Hills have Legs, too?
Despite their inclination to lean left, there are some targets The Daily Show just cannot resist, like the back-stabbing Democrat leadership.
Terrorism isn’t the only thing scary in America.
I sat there and bawled. I was the baby and I was the one that needed consoling.
"The menopause is irreversible, just like history," Priscilla proclaims. But is that true?
A Response to Mark Bellinghaus’ article “Marilyn Monroe’s Memory Defrauded in Long Beach – The Truth Is Here.”
Does a person's first amendment rights cease when they are hired by the police department?
It can be shocking to hear what people say about race when they think no one else is listening.
This isn't about principle: It's about demanding obedience, maintaining control and threatening punishment.
Oh, so he isn't guilty of MURDERING the bodies he burned and buried in his yard?
The best of the week, Ides of March edition.
You'll remember Henry's wives: Catherine's the solemn, humorless one; Anne's all sex and temper; Jane's all simper and stupidity.
A man and a woman arrive outside the gym at the same time. Who gets the door?
Expecting the console version of the game? Sorry. This is something else entirely. And it's bad. Very bad.
Big news about the PlayStation 3, new PSP features, and a new Game Boy Advanced SP color.
Marc Ecko discusses his comments, the game, the press reaction, controversy, and his own gaming history in this Blogcritics exclusive.
"The Big Red One" is the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division. The game of the same name does a great job at immersing the player in WWII action.
Larry Brown and Stephon "Starbury" Marbury need to be separated.
This region is the most exciting part of the men's tournament. 'Nova and Ohio State will have trouble making it out alive.
The Silent Muslim Majority must wrestle their turf away from the hard-line clergy. Do we help or hinder?
Senate DINOs are too timid to free us from Bush's stone age.
In Israel, when you need to solve a problem, you create a crisis.
These initiatives are long-overdue commitments to overhauling our attitudes toward energy consumption.
The military draws its recruits largely from the urban working class, and that means a demographic crunch in the coming years.
The 2006 races approach and inside baseball gets complicated for the Ventura County GOP.
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin takes the lead. On a horse. Also, CBS and AP-besides lying, what's the connection?
Apparently all carpets don't fly smoothly in the Islamic Republic after all.
Failing to support Senator Feingold's censure motion of the president is another example of Democrats as the "do nothing" party.
Twenty years on, Little Creatures still justifies its own existence in spades as music for now, not just for then.
At a time when music was at perhaps its most rigidly generic, Moondog was making sounds that still defy simple categorization.
Kanye West, Sony's PS3, and AOL's In2TV in today's update.
The songs are all well crafted, with lyrics that are of more than average intelligence, but are languid to the point of tranquilizing.
Back together, the members of dEUS are looking to make up for lost time.
Tearing flesh and bleeding emotions - this CD is razor sharp.
This week, Devo 2.0 corrupts the youth, Etta James sings "Purple Rain" and Donald Fagen makes an album!
An effortless balance between the familiar territory and the new. With sitar!
With her eclectic background in music, this rising star really is someone to watch in 2006.
Kid-tested, mother-approved! A clever, witty, and funny...children's album.
Always in Gates' shadow, Jobs nevertheless has plenty of money.