The West Wing meets Desperate Housewives. Who Wants to be a Prime Minister?
The movie features a lot of subtext regarding personal freedoms and vulnerabilities that go beyond the serial killer plot.
Funny movie, irreverence that is sure to make you smile.
This hustler's after the color of motherhood.
After watching this "Flash" in the pan starring Greg Kinnear, let's just wipe the slate clean.
Wow. The director was right, this is a bad movie.
The Babysitters is a film of many themes: entrepreneurism, how people change in marriage, crushes, family, and teen prostitution.
Have you ever watched a sitcom and wished you could follow the wacky neighbor character back home instead?
A love letter about being in love in Manhattan.
I would recommend to parents and kids alike although long-time Transformers fans will probably want to stay away.
It’s not clear that Bochco has figured out what story he wants to tell.
Does religious faith have a place for gay men or can gay men be reformed to become heterosexual?
Prepare to be overwhelmed with Python.
Beauty can overcome the boundaries of class and economics and sometimes one sacrifices romantic love for maternal love.
Film stars share their thoughts on the ways directors motivate them, who does too many takes and how acting can sometimes be a dirty job.
For love and money, a small-town man becomes involved in a loan shark business and loses the respect of his family and the woman he loves.
A very enjoyable CD and one I will listen to many times over.
The Band: Chapter 9.
Well worth the wait. Wake The Sleeper, the perfectly titled album from 'England's own Uriah Heep'.
His music was difficult to label but impossible to resist.
Watching the "sport" of cricket - complex, boring, and nonsensical - left this writer pining for the days of hot dogs, apple pies, and baseball.
“This manga’s got only one thing hotter than the action - and that’s the girls pulling the triggers!”
Explains how to teach children how to deal with stress and rebound from adversity.
Method Man lays down the action and a definite comics fan vibe in this action-packed adventure.
“ … perhaps the greatest living American crime writer” – Stephen King
Offering a nice alternative from the cliches of old that used to encumber Westerns.
We can design our lives and products around the notion of nourishment – from the way we live to how we design and produce goods.
"Our goal is to simplify science for the 100 million overweight/obese people in the United States and billions around the world."
An autobiographical account of the consequences of incest and the sexual abuse of a six-year old by her father.
Scott McCloud's groundbreaking superhero comic gets a hefty trade paperback repackaging.
Judge Deborah Knott and her crime-busting family are back seeking the murderer of the blackmailing county commissioner.
A priest, a president, and a penguin walk into a bookstore... Plus: Truman, Eszterhas, Italianissimo, Resistance, Bill Walsh, Kelly Slater...
"I want readers to parallel their lives with mine, and know there is a way to make a change in their lives and move forward."
Offering an inquiry into the nature of human selfhood, The Likeness is an engrossing mystery that asks interesting questions.
Geoff Johns serves up a perfect future from the past in this version of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Some on-the-ground observations from an old classmate who was a delegate in Denver this past week.
Sarah Palin will be a grandmother after all. Yeah, so what?
It's one thing to spout a promise of change, but it's another thing altogether to make it happen.
It’s all about the Gustav gong—and the GOP gets it!
A strong finish and some reflection reveal a show that's greater than the sum of its parts.
Bullfighting: culture or cruelty?
Those merry wives are at it again, meeting Romeo and Juliet along with way - and all's well that ends well.