Another week, another dollar (or a million).
27 Dresses doesn't break any new ground, but it's still an enjoyable formulaic movie.
This month $186 million worth of movie hardware lands in theaters.
Part 2 of 10 looks at number 90 down to 81 on my list.
Nova goes hyper-specific again, this time focusing on ants.
This version movie of Moliere's play is grim and uninspired.
Not an action classic, but still a good time at the movies.
Mix equal parts thriller, comedy, and horror, mix throughly, serves many.
A surprisingly revealing look at the "Chairman of the Board."
C.S. Lewis' imagination translates well into this second equally successful trip into Narnia.
Torture porn is dehumanizing and disgusting. But it sells. Why?
The third in the series of Spielberg's enjoyable series.
Fun film that will entertain you for a couple of hours, just try not to think.
Adventure and histories mysteries again run high in this fast-paced sequel to Disney’s 2004s National Treasure.
The number-one domestic terror threat is … animal rights activists?
There's terrible and then there's godawful and then there's Meet The Spartans.
Spark of Insanity takes us into the mind of comedian Jeff Dunham.
Change is not necessarily political reform.
Yes, this week Hillary “Rocky” Clinton and other Democrats circled the wagon and fired back to help Obama stave off the short knife of a weak am-Bush.
It seems that logic, reason, and statistical evidence mean nothing to people like the Prime Minister of Canada and his fellow travellers.
I have two tickets to Darfur Now Movie Screening and Concert Tour for one lucky Really Really Good reader!
The greatest achievement may be the way this reveres the songs without becoming another tired artifact of Dylan worship.
Willie Nelson and friends are asking us all to join the recovery efforts to assist cyclone victims in Myanmar.
Chante Moore is one of the sexiest veterans of the R&B game. Past the looks, her albums are generally so-so.
Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles discuss the song and perform "Lord Only Knows."
The best and brightest releases of May 2008.
Brian's back, Mike has a good idea and the Beach Boys travel to Nashville.
A rediscovered jazz treasure from the not-so-distant past.
Scarlett Johansson covers Tom Waits, gets lost in translation.
This week, go pew pew pew and moo moo moo on the Wii.
Check out this week's deals on casual games!
If we had to pay for health services with our talents and skills, some would surely perish – like news commentators, superdelegates, and Paris Hilton.
I am reminded of my indebtedness to the town’s music departments for years of entertainment.
Robert B. Parker lands a solid haymaker in his second round in the YA mystery ring.
Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.
A bittersweet tome about coming of age in 1970s San Francisco.
"...all tomorrow’s broken hearts”: Punk as a living, breathing art project.
Elizabeth Moon starts a great military science fiction epic. Readers wanting action and an eye for detail get it all.
The 97-92 win was about as predictable as getting that date with Jessica Biel.