The sentimental value makes it one of those shows that I think is worth owning.
I want to see some gore.
Animation rules the day.
Technical chops held back by a lack of writing talent.
As ER airs its final episode after 15 seasons, here's a look back at 10 memorable episodes.
"Seven Pounds" deserves a second chance.
An unfortunate trend of babyfication infected the animation landscape and Scooby-Doo was one of its victims.
Sony Entertainment returns with another chronological set of slapstick humor that your wife is sure to hate.
You'll want to drop everything and just hang out with the characters.
The producers of the original series are back at it again with 11 new songs.
A good addition to the collection, but this edition could have been better.
A compelling portrayal of the death of Bobby Sands that may be too real for some.
Season Three explores new friendship dynamics, new babies, and facial hair.
The meal provided at school may be the first meal that a child eats for the day.
Time-honored tools still work in the Internet age: a dictionary, a thesaurus, and the human brain.
A girl's adventurous journey from Jamaica to America, told with great humanity and humor.
This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
Very rarely is legacy truly appreciated.
Top five most common mistakes women make on a first date.
The prosecution will generally not hire a doctor who does not yield the results that they need to appose this defense.
A blue-collar worker from Detroit must overcome his personal demons (and a losing NFL team) to find a way forward after losing his job.
Where exactly is my "mind?"
Viz's Shojo Beat title makes it onto the New York Times' manga best seller list.
An intriguing look at Africa from the eyes of an American who is determined to make a difference.
Amelia Grey’s writing is fresh and expressive, bringing you right into the minds of the characters she so obviously built with love.
Anthony Burgess feared his novel was too traditionally moralistic, but I doubt that will be your reaction to A Clockwork Orange.
Bonnie and Clyde, In Dog We Trust, Optimist Michael J. Fox, Growing up MTM, 'Crazy Love'; Coben, Kleypas, Cannell, Oates, Feist, Deveraux...
Sandy Krolick has insight and a sensual passion for life that will quickly have you wanting to read more.
"The starting point of true literature is the man who shuts himself up in his room with his books."
Trouble in fiscal paradise.
Yes, it's time for transparency, too bad it's just a catchy buzzword.
Texas is not concerned about the protection of home owners. It is more concerned about protecting home builders.
An old classic appears on the Virtual Console, and is change in the air?
Team Phobic has been loyally updating the game ever since its release.
Is winning really the only thing?
Does the inconsistent Tigers pitcher really have anxiety? Or is his team pulling a shameful con on us all?
Preview the great first song from Dylan's upcoming record.
It's 1969 and Petula Clark is one of the worlds leading performers. A new, US only, DVD release.
The most intriguing facet of The Hazards Of Love is that it still has The Decemberists' sound even with the extended doses of metal and prog rock.
Writing without the crystal ball.
Isaac Hayes long-forgotten disco album Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak) is now available on CD.
Psychotic noise rock to delight your ears, courtesy Sonic Youth
Sly & The Family Stone: Chapter 4.
It's probably a very nice city -- but we're here to talk about jazz.
Alright, the rather modest title of a highly impressive album.