An essential listen for anyone who likes Cuban music or funk.
At 22, singer/songwriter Robert Francis evokes the wayward spirit of a much older soul.
In a minor key, Malcolm Holcombe's grey, gravelly voice can sound like an extended death rattle.
Devendra Banhart blurs the boundaries of convention and genre so well as to become his own genre label.
A super album from a supergroup...
My old familiar friend...
Get some insight into the Queen discography with The Complete Review.
A great career overview, despite a few curious omissions.
A large ensemble delves into the intimate aspects of big band arrangements.
A House Of Cards built on firm foundations.
New media wins again. Sort of.
Impressive album. That is all.
The latest album from the Boston quintet is a solid set of assured, masterful independent noise-pop.
I enjoy that it never tries to be something that it isn’t.
For Roddenberry fans, it’s a nice addition to your collection.
It’s afraid to venture out of the already charted territory of cat-and-mouse thrillers.
If you ever wanted to see Robert Bresson direct an Adam Sandler movie, then Frownland is for you.
Now it's almost Halloween. Six months ago? Not so much.
Cal's trust issues get a work out as his daughter plays Nancy Drew on vacation while a rival scopes out The Lightman Group -- and Foster.
The definitive, must-own package for fans and film geeks everywhere.
Too much Dick Wolf makes for the worst kind of Saw-induced version of a Dark Knight ripoff.
This film reminds us that children have layers of emotions, just like everyone else.
Horror and fantasy to rule them all.
William Shatner as Santa Claus?
Who thought math could be so much fun?
All you ever wanted to know about Monty Python and more.
One of the most charming and well-made indie features in recent years.
Nightmare works as a film if you like puzzles. This puzzle unfortunately left me confused.
Two more DVD collections of misguided educational featurettes are toasted to perfection.
The dollar will soon be replaced as the world's reserve currency. A lower standard of living will result.
One wonders if George Orwell was on to something....
Is this really how people want to be treated?
David Burnett shares 200 pages worth of amazing pictures supplemented with personal notes on the 44 days he spent in Iran during the 1979 Revolution.
An eloquent story of a prodigal son set in Amish country
Caroline Bingley is in tears as her beloved Fitzwilliam Darcy marries Elizabeth Bennett. But little does Ms. Bingley know that Mr. Darcy has a cousin.
Long Island's climate is very cool yet moderated by the bodies of water in the area.
Sometimes getting to the top means going over it.
The Handcart Ensemble delivers an inventive retelling of Homer's Odyssey in New York City.
This play within a play is a hilarious romp from start to finish.
The numbers alone, clearly indicate that Joe Mauer is the only choice for the 2009 AL MVP Award.
Rush Limbaugh doesn't get to play by his own rules this time. Which has to hurt like Tuesday practice.
The roar of thunder is back!
The fun tone and simple formats feed basic player hunger, but even more open ended scenarios would have made a better buffet.
It will take years before everything in Uncharted 2 is dissected and fully appreciated.