Don't let the monolithic title get you down - Square Enix has crafted a pretty enjoyable RPG for the DS.
A fun alternative to standard solitaire, but not worth paying $20 for poor graphics.
This is damn well a perfect film.
One of the better Sandler comedies is a nice hi-def presentation.
I found Mythos I highly engrossing and totally entertaining and I highly recommend this DVD.
To kick off season two of The Green.
An incredibly well done, remarkably insightful video survey of the first decade of Van Morrison's career.
The nature vs. nurture debate...
With finely nuanced detail, and uncanny, horrifying realism, Jared Leto outs John Lennon's killer as the pathetic inkblot on history he is.
... a breezy screwball comedy can be made without being a remake or depending on obvious references to other movies of the genre.
The Airai tribes eats a rat, haven't these people ever herd of the black plague?
Can a whole town be filled with drugged up, narcissistic, scheming, vengeful, self-destructive losers?
I can think of nothing better than this collection of mayhem to take your mind off things.
“The Duchess,” a reporter for The Sun, could “produce hunches faster than a cigarette machine turns out coffin nails.”
They're the Rolling Stones and they'll be the Rolling Stones until they say they're not.
Another week and another eclectic collection of rock.
The Grammy-nominated vocalist gives us some warm Brazilian jazz.
Two war hostages are wrenched into a space so unreal that erupting into song seems as sensible as anything else.