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Scorsese was attempting to create a film that sought to help us better understand the challenges that Jesus faced...
Like an arrow through a bullseye, Robin Hood's second season hits the mark.
What can we expect from sentient Centurions and rational Raiders?
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Six Becomes Five
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler give birth to a mediocre comedy.
Brad Bird's follow-up to The Incredibles plunges into the world of culinary arts for cinematic gold.
The lesson is simple: don't be deceived by "Deception".
Democrats and Republicans are easy to understand; you just need to know how the system works.
We come within speaking distance of each other when we least expect it.
Life can be Hell according to Dante. Now let's sing about it.
Everybody is a critic. How can you be a better one?
Here's a good reason why Blue Mitchell should have gotten more recognition as a top drawer trumpet player.
DGAF stands for one thing and one thing alone: Don’t Give A F**k.
A stunning a capella examination by a master at work.
The reissue from Collector’s Choice dependably maintains the uprightness of the original recording.
A Beach Boys album finally hits number one.
Hello Tokyo slowly progresses from an alternative punk to a more alternative rock flavor all within the course of a brisk but filling 43-minute album.
A must-read for all brain owners.
Dolphins GM Bill Parcells signing an offensive lineman as the first pick in the NFL draft is safe and right.