Love it, hate it, or ignore it -- you cannot escape the creature that is American Idol.
Despite being a PowerPoint presentation the producers and the director manage to make it into a completely engrossing and captivating presentation.
Who deserves to win - who got snubbed - and who should go home empty-handed.
Don't see this in theatres because I said so.
The Messengers fail to deliver.
The Heloise system.
A documentary that breaks down hip-hop town.
It may be over, but thanks to DVDs, this show will live on in my household forever.
It's almost Jazz Month here at Blogcritics. Here's some highly recommended almost-jazz music.
The newest release from the Massachusetts-based quintet does not stray far from the formula they helped perfect.
Trying to Move the Metheny's Groove.
Half of the Islands lineup has passed on now.
I sought in vain to find some parallel with Muslim culture...
Get the duct tape and bungee cords out!
A story of abuse: physical, emotional and sexual abuse.
Hinds makes us aware of the fickle nature of life using the story of the rise and fall of a great warrior.
The power comes from the sound-effects and background music that encompasses the story and gives it a movie-like quality.
In the end it all comes down to the stretch run, and in this regard, Triple Cross is a winner.
Honor Harrington is simply the best military-science fiction naval series out there. Welcome aboard!
Europeans condemn American disregard for human rights in the hunt for terrorists.
The Obama-Hillary Over-Talk Contest is out of control.
Who amongst us doesn't have a writing mentor? Today, I thanked mine.
Any environment with wildlife has its risks. Being smart and aware of the dangers can make a sea of difference.
Albrecht Durer in his woodcuts crammed a forest of allegorical detail. Andrew Bovell fills his stage with a thicket of ideas and comparisons.
Being well versed in the area of small talk is not just important for businesspeople; it’s a skill that everyone can benefit from.