A fascinating journey through the events, music, and locales of Mozart's life.
Shallow yet visually rousing.
The best films I saw in 2009 outweighed the worst films as the box office reached record heights once again.
Led by an explosive performance from Tobey Maguire, Brothers is a bruising dramatic work
9 is a CGI feature-length film, based on Shane Acker's short film of the same name.
Three filmmakers attempt to make feature-length films in a mere two weeks. Yes, they're insane.
The first season of the series makes its debut.
A collection of the first three volumes of the hit Inuyasha manga by Rumiko Takahashi.
Dr. Stephen Wangen does a thorough, well-balanced job of explaining wheat, gluten and lactose intolerances and how to treat them.
Rich in both shock and redemption, Geoffrey Becker's Hot Springs tells the story of a cast of unstable, yet entwined characters with compassion and verve.
This boy has more gumption than a gopher!
A powerfully speculative look at English's pre-eminent writer.
So many things can go wrong with a simple wish.
Fantastic live recording of Soft Machine at their peak.
Moss, Bell, close out 2009 and get ready to kick off 2010 on the road...
Stephen Stills: Chapter 4.
2009 is drawing to a close, here are a few albums to help remember it.
Sometimes a day takes us to surprising places.
My favorite albums of the year.
The instrumental score from the hit movie.
A highlight video from Bourdain's program, No Reservations.
Texas Tech fires Mike Leach in the wake of a suspension for the treatment of an injured player.
Don't believe the pundits who tell you that opponents of national health care have sold out to the health care industry.
Mayor of New Orleans: a Big Easy tradition
A bare-bones production is just what the stage version of this movie classic needed.
Good riddance to the last decade!