It’s intriguing, interesting, and at its heart riotously funny.
It’s entertaining enough, but it could have been soooo much better.
What tickles your fancy this weekend?
They say that a hero can save us. I’m not going to stand here and wait.
The classic comedy western starring Jimmy Stewart and Marlene Dietrich.
A look at the world of fashion through the lens of RJ Cutler's documentary, The September Issue.
One of Christian Bale's earlier forays into science fiction. Will he demand crew members leave the set?
A film diary from the godfather of American avant-garde cinema
Can SpongeBob SquarePants still be SpongeBob SquarePants with round pants?!
Decent thriller that will definitely give you chills in an air-conditioned room.
The movie gives teen girls the wrong impression about the word "love," which hopefully won't find its way into their real lives.
The most honest and inventive romantic comedy in years.
If you think comedy is important, rent this DVD.
As an adventure film, it’s comical. As a comedy, it’s abominable.
There's comfort food and then there’s music, for me, comfort food for the soul.
The Elixer of Love, even with some substitute singers, charms at the LA Opera.
Chanj is a new artist who finds comfort and value in his name.
Jive Mother Mary's debut All Fall Down offers a fresh perspective on classic blues rock.
Bay Area band The Lovemakers chronicle the end of a relationship through their brand of power pop.
No rocking chair needed for this legendary jazz musician.
Lovingly dubbed as “the Dukes of R&B,” the GRAMMY-winning quartet has released six albums over the course of their fifteen-year career.
Mary Travers of Peter, Paul & Mary was a seminal part of a still-resounding if bygone era.
Like the movie, the soundtrack speaks with the voice of the film makers, not their subject, the Tuareg.
Return of Phish...
The Rev and his boys go a little more country in a set of largely comic vignettes.
Radio on the TV...
What type of person are you? Are you a talk the talk sort or a walk the walk type?
Jonathan Tropper's This Is Where I Leave You will have you laughing to keep from crying.
A Drinking Life is a slice of Americana at its best.
Vintage brings two versions of the classic tale Frankenstein together in this excellent paperback.
Garrett's latest is absolutely beautiful. And it's not about vampires, as some might suppose from the title.
A stirring read, and a painless way to get to know Mary Anning, an unlikely great woman of history.
Pinot Noir from Monterey rocks.
There is something I really like about the Pillar Box Reserve Shiraz
Orbitally drop, shock, and roll!
The making of a student vampire movie in southwesterm Pennsylvania.
Extremists as well as ordinary Pakistanis become angry when anyone voices support for the persecuted Ahmedi sect.
Will Congress finally launch a full investigation into ACORN and will all federal funds for this community organization be “terminated”?