Rarely is a product given such a diametrically opposed subtitle.
This bland sci-fi opus hardly does justice to its brilliant predecessor.
Families with small children and fans of computer animation should definitely make a point of seeing the film.
“Happy Days” was better when it was an ensemble show.
There's a sad irony to Frost/Nixon as it parallels today's political landscape.
Chuck! Blair! Tears!
Eastwood's latest effort may well bring him his first acting Oscar. Will luck come into play?
Greed definitely isn't good in this cautionary fable from Senegal.
Machines, Deloreans, and cell phones.
Disney's Bolt is a treat for families, dog lovers, and anyone with a properly functioning soul.
Machines, boats, and a trip to China.
The third entry in the Mummy series hits home theater screens in mind bending clarity and color.
Kidulthood just has violence and self-destruction; no characters apparently are needed for that.
The creation of the Sword in the Stone ride continues.
Music, musicals, and sequels.
I was wrong; I'm not Dwight Schrute.
A must-have for the true fan of classic films.
Darius Rucker's debut country album is a real hit for all music fans alike.
Mark Saleski is responsible for my first FML cameo in more ways than one.
A great disc to add to your not-so-traditional holiday music collection.
Barnacled cheerfully challenges musical conventions by throwing them all in a blender.
Start Tapping Your Toes With The Love Willows!
Thrash, covers, and a pretty monster.
I don't know where exactly Phantom falls short. I just know for a fact that it does.
The Reivers merge toward the reflective and melancholy edge of folk-rock evocation. Call it the jingle-jangle mourning that comes following you.
Demonstrates what it is to sing directly from your soul; what it means to be a soul singer.
Check out new artist Daria Musk!
Future in Plastics is a fierce punk act fronted by sultry singer CoCo and powered by a trio of badass guys.
The parts are better than the whole.
The joy of music is completed when shared with friends.
Check out Erin McCarley's Debut Album!
Even musical geniuses like Joe Satriani can make mistakes sometimes. This one has nothing to do with his guitar playing.
Rather like unearthing a lost, previously unreleased gem.
Officially released on DVD, the film renders the conflicting realities of one of music’s enduring legends.
Oui ou Non? From the pavements of Paris, welcome to the world of Francois Virot.
A large and interesting PSN update this week - some free, some not so much - but there is a lot for everyone to enjoy.
The retro classic reemerges onto your iPhone and iPod Touch.
Don't wanna buy a guitar controller again? You've come to the right product.
Even if you can't master cooking great barbeque, a great sauce just means following the formula.
Arthritis is considered a "getting old" disease, yet two-thirds of arthritic Americans are under 65, and 300,000 aren't even legal adults.
Public corruption has thrived in Illinois
If you're not watching the Watchmen yet, you will be. Here's a good vantage point.