This may be the most beautiful DVD around.
It's a ballad, it's a novel, it's amazing.
Adam Sandler's latest has a strong opening as the summer gets underway.
Am I the only one who liked this movie? Hello?
GUBA.com is now offering an impressive selection of Warner Bros. TV episodes and movies, at less than the going rate on iTunes.
Falling theater attendance numbers and declining DVD sales have led to more studios offering their films through video download services.
A 1968 period piece showcasing the clash of the conformist establishment with the hippie subculture.
"I guess this means we don't get dessert?" Close the kitchen!
Which would you rather sit through? Another Madea movie or another McConaughey romcom?
Beware of major multimedia conglomerates bearing gifts.
"Welcome to the Jungle": wherever Rose happens to be.
The first single from Tom Petty's new album has that classic sound.
The Clarks are a great band, virtually unknown outside of Pittsburgh. That should change.
Thom Yorke's masterpiece isn't just a supplement to your Radiohead collection.
Zoo TV was ahead of its time. It was made for the DVD age.
New releases from Mike Keneally, Brad Mehldau, Grant-Lee Phillips, and Richard Thompson.
What jazz is all about: Soultrane has now cemented Coltrane into my music library right next to my other cornerstone of music, Miles Davis.
Step aside, Paris, it's time for Rush and Rose to take their turn in the limelight.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 27, 2006
A woman spy, clandestine operations; the stuff of heroism, dreams and nightmares.
Internet piracy, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, Entourage, and Guster on this week's BCRadio Podcast.
This Week: Canada Day, Woody Allen, and The Last Laugh.
Representatives Rohrbacher and Hinchey are fighting the good fight again and again...this time to protect medical use of mariguana.
Hamas spokesmen threatened even more kidnappings, until all Arab prisoners in Israeli prisons are released, Arutz Sheva reported.
When they kick at your front door, how you gonna come? With your hands on your head or on the trigger of your gun?
Malkin is beginning to sound like a lunatic doomsayer, screaming that the end is near.
A cartoon comparing American human rights abuses to those of Al-Qaida has been discussed at length but not published in the most of newspapers.
Where is the line between free press and governmental law? Either way, the New York Times's financial surveillance article is good for their legitimacy.
How did the Eagles, with their perfect (too perfect?) symbiosis of country and rock, come to be the most popular band in America?
Hunting a muse isn't like hunting anything else, cause you don't go out after her.
Lee writes for Oprah's Magazine, her first published item in more than 10 years.
Get your blog indexed in the search engines, and you can improve your rankings and get more traffic and sales.
If Best Buy's listing is to be believed, the Master Chief is lined up to steal some of the PS3's launch day thunder.
Here's hoping that Human Rights Watch groups noticed the suffering of millions who watched Ukraine and Switzerland.
It was odd that once Barbaro's leg broke, horse racing's yearly allotted time on horse racing was devoted to a broken bone.
The Hamburger & Sickle: McChanges and other forces are burying the final remains of authenticity, uniqueness and variety making up the world's beauty.