Sharon Stone opines about sexy Hillary Clinton. Madonna opines about elections. Who cares?
Do not cry for him, Serbia. Milosevic is dead and good riddance to bad rubbish.
Binge drinking is a controllable crisis. Liver transplant centers for binge drinkers will only excuse their behavior.
President Bush has been making speeches to the country lately about Iraq to jack up his approval rating, and he appears to have succeeded.
Selling waterfront property in the desert to the NY Times. Congress critters seek to quash bloggers.
What business, what right does any government body have to be making official condemnations of religious rallies?
These characters hold a secret that can only be unlocked by opening your mind and putting aside expectations.
What better way to explore the conflicts between traditional copyright law and modern media than a comic book?
Best known as a science fiction writer, Lem was a true heir of Jonathan Swift.
When art can create that sense of uneasiness, of not having answers, it's an achievement.
Death is serious business, but doesn't necessarily have to be taken seriously all the time.
The comprehensive, and as of right now, most definitive guide to Sony's handheld.
It's so much better than last season. The Amazing Race is amazing once again!
"Bush said it is good for the country. He did not say which country."
What's being subverted here: contemporary American political values or the supposed "anarchist" politics of the film?
Shouldn't Bill Murray have been the next James Bond?
This is what happens when contestants are left to their own devices.
I have not seen a movie since Jurassic Park where the computer-generated characters have so much depth and impact on the story.
David Dylan Thomas tries to see 23 movies in 11 days.
It's a new classic film, an incredible DVD experience, but you know there's an extended edition coming in the near future.
It's the phenomenon that surprised America... but is it any good?
Akin to a steaming bowl of noodle soup, Tampopo is satisfying, enriching, and...hilarious.
"He'd give his own mother herpes if it got him out of clinic duty."
Butts, boobs, and serial killers, oh my.
Truly a horrid night for American Idol. Who knew the 21st Century had such horrible songs?
One has big hair, another is as boring as unsalted cauliflower. Here's a review of the news personalities, broadcast and cable.
Can David Tennant’s Doctor take center stage?
Wear what you like, and tell other women to do the same. And then tell them they look good!
When even one person is oppressed, we are all oppressed.
Protesting Jane Fonda's attempt at honor. Remember she camped with the enemy.
Is it out like a lamb, or out like a lion? We can't remember either, so come on in and read this week's picks.
Will I ever reach a final decision on love and a career path? If so, when?
Is Irritable Male Syndrome a reality or New Age mumbo-jumbo?
An open letter to the spammer who wants to save my soul - and yours, for all I know.
More than you may think.
Every other culture has myths set in an imaginary past; modern Western society positions its myths in the future.
What millionaire doesn't enjoy sunshine and smoothies?
Sometimes in sports, numbers do not tell the whole story. Sometimes in sports, they do.
Gonzaga’s meltdown, overrated wide receivers, and the start of the baseball season are all fodder for discussion.
Identity theft arrests, Tom Jones knighted and Citigroup set up internet banking in today's offerings.
The end of music draweth nigh... God help us all.
Why would this guy be reviewing a drumming DVD when he doesn't even play?
Particle transforms into a quintet and their first public performance shows they need some work as they head into new musical directions.
...spreads a kind of bliss throughout post-9/11 Manhattan.
You're in luck this week if you're into the likes of Ghostface Killah or Rob Zombie.
It doesn’t take long before the calm turns into a thunderstorm of driving riffs and furious vocals.
Revenge might work just fine as self-therapy, but it's far from the kind of break-up record I'd like to have written about me.
Editors create a anthemic sense of urgency with their arrangements and lyrical insight.
Look what the cat dragged in.
And here I, and no doubt you, because of technical glitches, thought The List of the Moment Volume 11, Part One would be delayed...
Speaking out against government regulation of video games is the ESA's president in this Blogcritics exclusive.
I came at this device with my normal level of cynicism as a computer, rather than console, gamer.
When you play a video game, the last thing on your mind is the music.
There is a war being fought in the world of the jellybean. What side are you on?
Dilemma, dilemma. What shall I do to celebrate the anniversary?