Taylor Hicks brings fans back a real American Idol. The Soul Patrol rides on.
With its two charismatic leads and its charming, dreamy, and surprisingly hysterical fluff, Serendipity is a rom-com for the ages.
An utterly fascinating film...
Still a classic movie. Not much difference from the 60th Anniversary Edition.
You're so invested in these characters and their lives that you wish the film would go on forever.
A bold and kind treatment of the enduring reality of the human spirit.
Like Hoosiers, it provides the sports genre with a level of depth that such films oftentimes lack...
If they handed out Oscars for such ridiculous roles, Amaury Nolasco would win for his portrayal of Carlos...
The only drawback is that at times it seems like a drunken, heavy metal version of MTV's Jackass.
Strong, overlooked film of a journey by a prodigy and his father to a Beijing music competition. See it. Preferably in your native language.
Is the third time the charm for the X-Men in their latest outing?
The TV Viewer's Diary comes in a bit late with the the 24 finale.
There's something hard enough about raising a family that somehow augments the difficulty of doing so in the pioneer days.
This Memorial Day, celebrate our troops with the one of the greatest war films ever made.
Disappointing, yet strangely entertaining.
In the final 15 minutes, the strength of Paddy Considine’s performance redeems the entire production.
Do you want a radio in your pocket? Who doesn't?
Will Wright will pick up a Hall of Fame award for his contributions to the video game industry in June.
Venezuelan lawmakers are suspicious of the new game, which they say paints President Hugo Chavez as a tyrant.
The new Bush plan is the ultimate in taxation without representation. Perhaps we should be calling its patron "King George."
The 6th District Court of Appeals has ruled that bloggers have all the rights and protections of traditional journalists.
Jane Austen’s illegitimate great-grand daughter writes a novel on the 'complicated' relationship between George Bush and Dick Cheney.
If you think you know your rights and you haven't looked at these three documents, think again!
...but it would be morally justified!
The band may not perform live that often, but when they do, they do it right.
The messages imparted are as valuable today as they were back in 1972.
...if I loathe this music so much, why am I so much more fascinated with this band in a state of what I consider to be disrepair?
None of the songs, inspired by the movie, are overtly political; there are no chants of "No More Death Penalty."
13-22 of an ongoing list. File Under: Uneasy Listening. MDC, Husker Du, Radio Birdman, Misfits, D.I., Richard Hell and the Voidoids, BGK, 7 Seconds, Minor Threat, Sham 69.
Close, but no guitar: A competent and talented alt-rock, alt-country, alt-whatever band is a bit lacking.
In the midst of fanaticism and intolerance, the Kurds prove once again that they are the voice of reason and moderation.
"I'm newly - and quite happily - married to the person I fully believe to be my soulmate."
The girl would be dangerous if she had a brain. Or are the Dixie Chicks really geniuses...?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 27, 2006
"Good heavens, Miss Sakamoto/You're beautiful..."
Yelling does not a sports analyst make.
An erotic German retailer launched a line of products featuring various international soccer stars. Legal shenanigans ensue.
I may be taking a chance by disagreeing with a point my sports editor made.
Can everyone’s favorite wacky evangelical really leg press 1000 pounds, or is the Lord doing all of the work?
Follow the plight of an average, everyday American who can no longer afford the price of gasoline.