Delightful film adaptation of Alan Bennett's hit play about preparing a class of exceptionally bright boys for Oxbridge entrance exams.
Exhausted but happy after this marathon - the new films were a mixed bag, but the revivals were amazing
Universal dips back into the well to present Scarface: Platinum Edition
Burrows grabs his kid, Sucre is trapped under a tree and more!
One of the opening night selections from the Austin Film Festival, Pirate Radio U.S.A shows off the world of underground radio in the United States.
Ceylan seems to be far more interested in setting a mood than delivering a powerful story.
There is more than one way to get stuffed.
Pizza is a refreshing break from the usual fare Hollywood dishes up, but it’s still not terribly satisfying.
The box office is topped by three of the year's best.
The 2006 fall season, as seen by a Canadian
Looking for a scary movie this holiday season? Here are some of the scariest, each in its own way.
A report from the stands on TNA's best show to date.
Don't let them in your mouth!
Waist deep in it? Nah, it's probably only thigh deep at best.
Today, October 24, Fox is launching a sneaky peeky 24 trailer to tease us with glimpses of Season Six
With the latest episode of Prison Break, I am only one more scene of silliness away from quitting the show all together.
This week, your dream of owning every episode of MacGyver is finally within reach.
The 2006 Austin Film Festival awards announced and film screenings continue.
If you haven’t caught Dexter yet, shame on you for missing this year’s absolute best new show.
More advice for people who market their services online.
Meet IE 7's first bug, and more.
Five autographed CDs and posters are up for grabs!
Hawkins, whose playing influenced several generations of musicians, created timeless music that has as much appeal today as when it was first recorded.
"This is one of the nice things about being a folk singer, lots of friends who are folk singers."
The indistinguished Montgomery Gentry adding hip-hop beats to their "country" music does not inspire hope.
Pixies, Apple and Google make today's Daily Music and Tech News Update.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Yorke and his director celebrate the individual voice amongst the crowd; every hand, every incident that helps create a view.
Their name might mean "small heart" but that's not true when it comes to their music.
mental_floss question of the day.
Continuum is a true classic of our time
Jimmy Smith not only helped make organ music part of the jazz mainstream, he was also influential in helping create "funk" or "soul" jazz.
An excellent retrospective sure to please fans.
The Cars were, hands down, the best pop band of the eighties. This set shows why.
Are we seeing a renaissance of the space opera genre today, or is it a superficial return to the '40s, the time of grand-scale storytelling?
As a software developer you are paid to get a job done, not learn how to do the job.
An incorrect title because Newhart should have done this sooner.
A wonderful adventure story about a journey through a vast underground world full of wonders and horrors.
Redeemed is a lively read that will have you walking some miles in the shoes of the destitute. But that road leads, finally, to a hopeful place.
This novella could have been quite a read, but is missing an element that makes a werewolf tale a howling good read.
Confidence is a fickle thing in golf and Michelle Wie's performance is suffering from a lack of it.
Michael retires, Cosworth, Tobacco and Michelin leave, but Formula 1's future looks bright.
Brush-backs, knockdowns and high heat! And that's just the press conferences! The World Series heats up.
Businesses aren't unethical in what they choose to market. They just give us what we want while helping us want more of it.
... wine isn't really scary and just knowing a few simple basics of wine etiquette will enable you to put a cork in all of your wine ordering fears.
Swing Away with a Pro Stroke and some Hot Shots on the Links, but not in the Real World with Arnold Palmer.
Comments on today's planetary alignment.
A Bob Fosse choreography routine is like a fully clothed strip show and twenty times more erotic than the skanky naked version.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 24, 2006
The possession of nuclear weapons does not give nations as much power as once thought.
It's a particularly gutless girly-man move for the great fearless Governator Ahnold to call this letter a "hate crime."
US imperialism can take subtle forms, like Halloween and Sesame Street, but you know Americans are rooting for you even if the thong's on the other foot