Alan's ghost shared bedroom secrets while Spinelli tried to make sure Stone Cold didn't miss his child's birth.
Winner of the 2006 Cannes Grand Jury Prize and an armful of Scottish BAFTA awards.
People won't give up a repeat to try something new?
This week, three Oscar-nominated performances in two films.
Are you sure the problem is with the medium and not, say, the choice of programming?
The Governator and Xzibit save the world.
Unlike Gareth Roberts’ “The Shakespeare Code” but like Russell’s “Smith and Jones”, some parts work when others don't.
Two very different takes on loving the unlovable.
I'm telling you right meow, you've got to check out this movie.
Rear Window for the teen set.
Vengeful spirits, mind control and stuffed animals. Sadly, not all in the same movie.
Poor directing and confusing messages ultimately sabotage this film's good intentions.
A beautiful story of self-discovery and the blending of cultures.
Funny episodes and nice extras make this a DVD to have for Spongebob fans.
The festival gathers industry insiders for panels and pitching.
What Disturbia did was entertain the heck out of me for a solid 104 minutes from start to finish.
Nova goes on a race around the world to find the first flower.
All you need to know is revealed in the final ten minutes.
Lorenzo's plans go wrong. Will he be the next one to be ambushed?
This is one hell of a scary film.
It dives into the deep end of the identity pool, but hits its head on the rocks when it tries to be too serious.
The authors look at disease through the lens of evolution, asking, "if evolution is all about survival, why would it select for deadly diseases?"
Tolkein, Bernard Goldberg, Crazies and Wimps, the other Higgins Clark, "Galveston oh Galveston..." and then some...
Young Magdalen and Jesus find each other and fall in love, forging a bond that is stronger than death.
I can't help but see our ten-year spate of school killings as reflective of our own American culture's increasing fragmentation.
So many of us are sitting at that great big T-intersection of life.
This is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
The best lessons and the strongest motivations come from devastating experiences in life.
This crucifixion by the Rutgers team and their pimps was absolutely malicious and far worse than anything Imus did.
Dear Elsa, At the beginning of this year I met a guy.
My daughter's excitement and happiness made me realize this is what vacationing is about. Crowds, no matter how large, were not going to ruin it.
Sharpton and Jackson's position on Imus and the infiltration of gangsta rap into mainstream society is a paradox.
Don Imus' firing reveals a greater sickness in our society.
Don Imus' comment has opened the conversation on race. Maybe we should look at the language instead.
mental_floss question of the day.
As a rule, pain is temporary.
Many celebrities squander their fortunes, yet no one complains about excess.
Her instantly recognizable voice owns the time-honored heartbroken lyrics.
Hancock's first foray into crossover jazz retained much of the integrity of his classic Blue Note records.
Final Cut Studio, Gavin Rossdale and Minus the Bear in Today's Music and Tech News Update
Check out these two album by the UK's hey Negrita
Here's your chance to win a copy of Tori Amos' new album!
People told him those bullfrog cheeks would ruin his playing. The embouchure, very important.
You can't go wrong with the latest from the legend and master; the godfather of British blues.
A great collection from some of country music's most honored and appreciated stars, still doing their thing and doing it well.
Honestly thou, what choice does an artist have when they have a label on them?
Jay Farrar's Son Volt 2.0 delivers a great album that pushes the boundaries of the band's sound.
Our modern Cassandras (Huxley, Orwell, Gilliam) have it nailed - the water is boiling. Is it too late to wake up or are we soup?
Reducing the number of guns could conflict with the Second Amendment - it therefore needs to be repealed.
Washington spin doctors don't need to try muddying media coverage. The press is doing it anyway.
No country should be made to sacrifice its future to receive help in the present.
Would I purchase one if I were in the market? Absolutely. Given its features and price, you can't go wrong with this camera.
Barry Bonds is going to break Hank Aaron's home run record. Does baseball share responsibility for the steroid controversy?