Spend ten episodes in Never-Never Land. The Darlings will never grow up… and viewers wouldn’t have it any other way.
Jax and Kate learn the truth about Sonny and Carly.
...reminiscent of that weird stage of growing up.
Networks and celebrities unite to raise money for cancer research.
A comedy about stoners it may be, but you don't need to be inebriated in any way to get the jokes.
It ain't what it should be.
Plenty of goodies to pick from this week.
It seems that money, no matter the situation, will always have a stranglehold on people.
This legion is not so super.
A trial lawyer who may be a prophet is an unlikely premise for a series. Praise the Lord -- it works!
Fun, if insubstantial swordplay epic.
Keanu Reeves stars as Tom Ludlow in David Ayer's Street Kings, now out on DVD.
It was either that or “Emotional Arithmetic.”
Is the new Collector's Edition DVD worth upgrading to if you still own the previous Special Edition DVD?
A Britney sweep? What the hell went on here tonight? What happened to my "anything can happen" VMAs?
Baby Mama is short on plot but long on laughs.
Moderately amusing, poorly written romcom.
My hat goes off to Uwe Boll, a director who has improved greatly and has brought unrestrained violence to an expired genre.
Quite clearly, not every show can be a winner.
Another hero's journey, this one with style and wit to spare.
Bob Schieffer, Bob Woodward, Thomas Friedman, Reagan's Hollywood Years, The Audacity of Obama, Baron de Steuben, John Tyler, Cheryl Jarvis' The Necklace...
What it means for the economy, politicians, and our children.
When you consider for whom to vote, let your conscience be your guide. That's the best advice I can offer.
The vice presidential nominee talks about Trig.
No easy task for the newly elected president of Pakistan...
Sarah Palin and I have much in common. So just why do I consider her a letdown and disappointment?
Bailing out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is an outrage!
The media has forgotten the defining issue of this generation, the war in Iraq. It's AWOL in the 2008 election.
A wonderful production of a modern classic.
No cries of bias. No bull-headed anchors. No secrets, no scandals, and no commercials. It's everything a truth searcher could ask for.
A game I never expected to see in North America makes a surprise appearance.
Backyard Babies are back and back to basics
You don't need to hit the repeat button when listening to Matt Keating's Quixotic, it's a double album after all.
“Coaxing a piece of white bread for artistic exploitation.” – Blixa Bargeld
Remastered and enhanced version of a 2004 release from this thinking man's pop band.
At what point do you wonder if you've entered...The Twilight Zone?
Foreigner returns with yet another greatest hits collection.
If you want some great down home southern blues with a bit of Rott 'N' Roll, then you need to give this album a spin.
On the trail of Secret Soundz from Fife, Scotland.
Portland, Oregon's latest contribution to the world of indie pop music.
They say that poets say in words what people can't express and I look on that as something to work towards.
You don't know hardcore.