Four new movies, and I want to see all of them.
A slight entry in the British mystery/comedy genre with some great episodes and a lot of filler.
Dear God, please don’t let there be a Volume Two!
Two princess tales come to DVD along with a sneak peek at Disney's latest animated feature.
A charming reminder of how crime fiction on TV used to be.
Stillman's yuppie yapfest gets the Criterion treatment.
Nobody hated Chris more than studio execs, judging by the look of things.
A fun, smile-making movie that gives a different angle on Woodstock.
A powerful collection of stories that manages to toe the line between postmodern and classic.
Outrageously funny and nostalgically heartfelt, Kinsella solidifies her ground at the top of the ChicLit genre with her ninth novel.
Interesting characters and concepts are overshadowed by uneven artwork in David Doub's first volume of stories.
A powerful time-management book.
In this series, an actor looks at all matters theatrical. First up: Gurney's "The Cocktail Hour."
The more positive and uplifting our words become, the more positive and uplifting our thoughts and emotions become.
A writer explores her verbomania.
A terrific West Coast production of a play that's more than just another coming-out story.
The Obama Administration should make the fight against hunger a key part of its Afghanistan strategy.
Pre-orders for Pearl Jam give the band a Top 10 pre-debut...
2007 American Idol winner Jordin Sparks dodges the sophomore slump with an impressive CD.
Don't let the album's cryptic title keep you from trying the solid jazz within.
Flying Machines bring back the greatest year of music ever, 1979.
Santa better hire more reindeer to deliver this package.
Doomed romance and no self-esteem never sounded so good...
Radiohead's Ice Age gets a nice, if modest upgrade from EMI.
A soothing jazz vocalist with a flair for beautiful remakes.
Houston's talent is undermined by slick grooves and hooks, making for a disappointing comeback.
A night at a legendary jazz club without leaving the house. Wear something nice, will ya?
A good blueprint for artists who want to travel different paths.
Is there something inherently wrong about a President addressing students on their way back to school?
Once again, Barack Obama's overreach is so extreme it is almost laughable.
It's not exactly man-bites-dog, but it bleeds so it leads.
Non-existent rights have bankrupted America.
I just don't get any warm fuzzies over the Pfizer settlement. $2.3 billion? That's nothing to them.
Sabathia led the unstoppable Yankees to another victory Wednesday, his AL-leading 16th.
Team sues its fans hit by recession
It's time to preview and predict some good ol' fashioned Mid-American Conference football. Note: good ol' fashioned MAC football is currently a 17 point home underdog.
The heroes in a half-shell are coming to Nintendo DS.