The equivalent of driving across the United States with no map, blindfolded.
A new comic book line, Radical Comics, debuts with two variations on familiar myths.
Elias Canetti's Nobel Prize winning, life changing book.
To dismiss In The Woods for its genre is to the miss the point. Tana French's haunting debut astonishes.
Russia joins Turkey as an unlikely semi-finalist.
Celtics win NBA championships ... Tiger Woods gets more knee surgery ... So does Curt Schilling ... and Bob Uecker's boat gets hit
Four decades later, the Steve Miller Band still delivers.
Yes, it's loud...And no, I won't turn it down.
The Rolling Stones: Chapter 28.
More audio and video musical treats for your eyes and ears!
Not completely successful but still too unfairly judged by the Shyamalan scorners.
The Entertainment Industries Council and Christian Clemenson of Boston Legal went before Congress to talk about mental health issues.
The film relies too heavily on stereotypes and overly dramatic moments.
Will Ferrell's afro is undeniably funny. But after Semi-Pro, Ferrell should lay off the sports parodies for awhile.
Much Love for the Guru, but few laughs for the film.
Vertigo is an illustrious masterpiece of infatuation, deception, detection, and dizzy spells that delivers on multiple levels.
Lesbians, a muslce-man and a human-hedgehog are just some of the ingredients in this peculiar and amateurish film.
A self-proclaimed pessimist, I have no problem admitting that I hated "The Optimists."