Overachiever, wild rebel, entertaining movie. Hey, if the shoe fits...
ABC's streaming video test has proven doubters wrong, with over three million views in a little over two weeks.
Amalia once said of herself, "If I sing like I sing it is because of Nature."
The finale airs tonight. Whoever wins, we lose.
Are you ready for a sizzling season of summer reality television shows? I am!
Sofia Coppola's eagerly awaited anachronistic biopic, starring Kirsten Dunst, is pure eye-candy.
James Gunn's Slither is more than just fun, it's an allegory as well.
This documentary on child miners in Bolivia is airing on PBS and is out on DVD.
Pedro Almodóvar's new film is an early frontrunner for the Palme D'Or.
It's one of the few films I've seen where everyone is at fault somehow and yet there are no villains.
Lost brings us two hours of delicious island mystery - check out special preview clips!
Nani Moretti is back in competition at Cannes with a sharp political satire.
This review contains repeated references to a certain portion of the female anatomy. So does the movie.
After five years, does anyone even care about Rimbaldi anymore?
Two Wyoming shepherds' homosexual love affair is frustrated by their own fears of how society will react toward them.
This one not only focuses on battles, but also shows something of the havoc war causes for the private lives of soldiers.
The third installment of this series takes a look at CBS's 2006-2007 primetime lineup.
Lack of show-stopping talent and bad song choices deliver us a DOA American Idol finale.
The film is a few bits short of being a complete code of success.
"I'm almost always eventually right."
Decap by dresser; stomach chopped up by saw; throat slit, barbed wire; 2x4 to the face. It's NC-17 for sure.
TV Viewer's Diary is severely disappointed in Fox's repurposing of "Stewie Griffin - The Untold Story."
The TV Viewer's Diary bids farewell to a favored series.
Grab a chair and some Screaming Eagle merchandise and enjoy watching one of the best comedies of its time!
The newest version of the digital media platform Navio has been announced, as well as deals with four major clients.
Da Vinci beats out a gaggle of furred critters at the box office.
Mac Taylor explodes in anger, but that's not all which explodes....
It isn't about war at all, but instead about humanity's ability to connect with each other despite their numerous differences.
A cursory look at the forthcoming works of Jeff Fahey.
After a season ruined by its central mystery, the season ends with plot twists and shockers that have us screaming for more.
Having only seen the Cybermen in clips on various documentaries, they do appear to be more menacing than the Daleks.
Star is all crossed over a book she hasn't read.
Are we killing our kids with television? A new report says we've absolutely given in.
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A simple walk home turns into a humiliating experience; what more can you ask for?
The family stuck together against tremendous odds, forsaking cushy lives in relatives' houses so they would not be obligated to anybody.
Roy Trakin's takes on popular culture.
If I have to spend the rest of my days on it, it will have been worth it.
Hi Elsa, A little over a year ago, my best friend and I "broke up."
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 24, 2006
These resources can make the difference between life and death during a disaster or emergency.
Word from Bungie has the game at the multiplayer-testing stage.
Oblivion's success has inspired a series of fan-created videos, including this amazing domino sequence using items from the game.
Are you good enough to defeats a virtual Schilling? If so, SOE will donate money to the ALS Association.
A lurid surf-spy garage rock Miles Davis Live/Evil Mission Impossible electric pyschedelic pussycat puzzle from one of New York's finest (not) jazz drummers.
The Jesus lyrics aside, this is just an uninspiring generic rock album. They need to shed the John Denver thing.
This raw, sobering work is a little like a cardio workout.
What's next for the Material Girl? Immolation?
They wrote songs about downloading porn and, spookily, New York being a graveyard. Unfortunately, they also kind of split up.
A complilation of songs those little ones who need to be sung to sleep.
No parts of the album quite reach the fantastic heights that all of the band's members have reached separately.
A rocking SoCal show with the North Mississippi Allstars on May 22, 2006.
Sure, it took a while, but I've finally developed a taste for Bob Dylan.
Like Inspector Clouseau, a "boomp" on the head is little more than a nuisance for Richards.
Robinson crosses the Pond and celebrates 50 years of incredible music.
Second offering from exemplars of Scouse Rock.
Fourth in a series of musing on random selections from my music collection.
"Tell her there's a spot out 'neath Abram's Bridge / And tell her, there's a darkness on the edge of town..."
The invisible bonds between sacred and secular, modern and traditional, physical and spiritual, become immediately and ecstatically clear.
Remember, if you buy the new Dixie Chicks album, then the terrorists have won.
It’s an abstraction of course, to use such a very visual/physical adjective to describe something as intangible as music.
It is kind of like the Sex Pistols meet Iggy Pop and do Buddy Holly.
Where Taylor's real talent shines is his ability to capture a number of sounds and fuse them into brilliant crossover hits.
In Home to Oblivion: An Elliott Smith Tribute O'Riley does more than deliver, he interprets.
While the networks fight to keep advertisers on traditional TV, Google is bringing video ads to the Web.
An IT consultant's take on the new Apple MacBook - the iBook replacement.
Technorati and AP take comments and news one step further to benefit the blogosphere, and society.
Several products allow PC’s to become more like televisions, but SnapStream’s Beyond TV4 might be the best so far.
The US Constitution gives the lawmaking power solely to Congress...
Conspricacy theorists abound challenging the 9/11 Pentagon attack, but they fail to recognize the damage they're doing the victims. It's time to stop.
Bush, in virtually every action he takes, demonstrates that he considers himself dictator, not President, of the United States.
Congress takes offense at accountability and investigation.
Could it be that Markos Moulitsas Zúniga's super-popular left-wing blog, the Daily Kos, is hurting the Democrats?
A collection of letters from the cute and comical to the tough and tragic.
Not unlike the The Da Vinci Code , this page-turner will keep you up through the night.
An entertaining and deliciously jumpy read.
All of Australia's history is here, in stories that form a universal account of 20th-century life and 'progress'.
XAML is a brand new way of creating user interfaces for Windows, and XAML in a Nutshell provides many of the details you need.
The FA Premiership doesn't just offer the world's most exciting soccer, it also boasts life-saving merchandise.
A statistical breakdown of the Western Conference finals.
The national outpouring for 2006 Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro might surprise some people, but his injury has caused debate.