I loved this movie. Abrams nailed it.
Good, if slightly genre-confused.
This family-break up, coming out of the closet movie doesn't break any new ground.
Soderberg's Grey period.
Although it lacks critical perspective, this movie can inspire us to envision what one person can do to help a city or community be reborn.
A sneak preview of Monday night's House, M.D., and a new poll!
A most logical do-over
Lightman faces off against Dark Lightman as he tries to outplay a master player in a sinister high stakes game.
An amazing voyage of discovery and exploration from which you're sure to retain vivid memories.
Great fighting sequences, blinding chases and, of course, important character tie-ins in the continuing “X-Men” film series.
Friendship, love, forgiveness, and the question of whether or not you can ever truly go home again.
Notorious deserved to be longer -- much, much longer.
Beam Me Up Scotty, There Is Intelligent Life Here After All.
The race is on to find a kidnapped Echo, while Ballard learns more than he ever wanted to know.
Boston's Jon Lester got ground balls when he needed them -- they just happened to be hits instead of outs. Is that his fault?
Is it rock? Is it country? Is it about truck drivin'? 10-4, you betcha.
The Bouncing Souls celebrate their 20 years as a punk rock act with a series of live shows.
Epic songwriting and brilliant compositions make this their best record yet.
A legendary and high energy show from The Crystal Method at Metropolis in Montreal.
Billy Joel: Chapter 5.
The remastered version of arguably the Beasties’ best and wildest album is even better than the original. Imagine that.
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Apparently Primetime wasn't just another Microsoft "Vision"
A great workout for arms and shoulders with virtual trainers, boxing exercise focus and balance board option.
Ms. Novack's novel asks what could go wrong in a pleasant nuclear middle class family in a burb in Pennsylvania.
A well-written, darkly comic tale of the Bush administration’s war on terror.
Cindy Pon has done the remarkable job of not only telling a wonderful fantasy story with believable characters, but bringing alive a culture's history.
When red hatted guests claim to own your land, they should not be given the "red carpet" - they should get a criminal warrant.