Don't you hate the way every time you crucify Jesus or persecute him into obscurity, he just pops back up?
On John Trudell, the blues, and falling through the hole in your soul.
Exxon’s retiring chairman, Lee R Raymond having to settle for a mere $398 million retirement package seems to have generated little interest.
Art tells us, with far more honesty than any newspaper, what is going on in the world.
Mister Rogers, I apologize for making fun of you. I apologize for not liking this album.
Someone please hand me a tank of gasoline and a match.
Excellent production values highlight this live concert DVD.
"Oh oh, catch that buzz / Love is the drug I'm thinking of..."
When we were kids, we would always climb the tallest trees in town. / We never thought about what would happen if we lost our footing...
The only substantive idea I can find in the movie is that Washington is totally, irredeemably corrupt. That's not very substantive.
Finally, Bucky Covington is out of my life.
With a bigger budget and a much younger actor, can Doctor Who still tell great stories?
The producers wanted to include a scene with the Muslim prophet Mohammed, but were censored by the network.
The magnificent awfulness of Cecil B. DeMille's 1956 trash masterpiece.
FOX has tons of programming that will only provide more choices and expand the overall impact of internet TV.
Beautiful, brooding, broken-hearted - every Goth's ideal romantic vampire.
I get to have MTV on my resume!
The problem inherent in all of these films is that they perpetuate a Platonic view of the universe.
Sony Pictures' $15 million flop comes to DVD with extras worth sitting through the movie for.
The case for the major networks to flee to cable now and thumb their noses at the FCC.
The Jesus depicted in this movie is without question the most authentic one in the history of film.
Iran: "The Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation...[it] is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm."
The Middle Class is dead. Long live the Mansion and Trailer Park societies.
Keep repeating to yourself: It's not Virtua Tennis. It's not Virtua Tennis...
A solid remake of the classic original.
A tasty, healthy, colourful, educational, entertaining, lively, and finally shattering experience.
There are rare moments on the baseball diamond when what happens there before the game matters more than what happens during it.
Canada, Sweden, Scotland, and the United States should all be pretty proud of themselves.
Slow start. Historic middle. Hollywood ending.