Science, scholarship, inspiration, and God killing.
An outstanding "reboot" by J.J. Abrams delivers the goods for Trekkies and general audiences.
Week two of blockbuster season brings a strong open for a sci-fi reboot.
The Dancer Upstairs tends to focus more on the insignificant rather than the significant.
You can never beam home again.
This engaging DVD may not fulfill its claims, but is nevertheless an entertaining, informal introduction to music theory for preschoolers.
Today we contemplate how The Donald reached his final decision.
This is Spinal Tap for sci-fi geeks.
Smother is a terrible comedy led by a shrill, clingy and overbearing character played by Diane Keaton.
A surefire nominee for Worst Direct-To-Video Flick of the Year.
Mike Myers breakout hit Wayne's World comes to high definition. Does it "Score!" or have we been "Denied!"?
A disappointing third studio album from the R&B-crunk princess that fails to live up to expectations.
A surprisingly good band that you should check out.
Ben Harper and Relentless7 play rock and roll with a difference.
Some familiar names took home hardware at the biggest night for the blues...
After twenty-years of quirky and successful British pop, do the Pet Shop Boys still resonate with Yes?
The most underrated Sonic Youth album, no questions asked.
Aynsley Lister finally shakes off that 'potential' tag and delivers his most accomplished album to date.
A huge hit in England, he was never able to achieve stardom in his native land.
Jimi Hendrix died in a pool of his own vomit – we should embrace that.
Billy Joel: Chapter 6.
Eleven tracks that pound, slam, and quietly seduce you.
Become a soccer star, sail off to the New World, or create your dream aquarium with some of this week's games from Game du Jour.
This week is Obvious Game Title Week, apparently.
Manny steals Jeremy Mayfield's thunder ... questionable NBA ejections ... silly confrontations ... and "What Were They Thinking?"
When your back is against the wall, you do what you have to in order to survive.
Will the politically correct excesses of leftist government in Britain lead to a conservative backlash? Will America follow the same pattern?
A practioner reflects.
Fatally flawed in its fundamental structure, the U.S. prison system necessitates extensive revision.
Many participants also vocalized that some of the wines labeled “medium sweet” could pass as dry.
You might have heard the name Amarone in a Godfather movie.
Some 2,500 years after his death, the "Father of History" serves as traveling companion and guide for British journalist.
An eye-opener about the great diversity of unique capability that we all have.
Better-food Nation, Calling out the Coast Guard, Swayin' with Swayze, the Dead and Divine with Smith and Van Praagh; Sandford, Leonard, Hart, MacHale, Preston, Davis...