A loopy shaggy dog comic about a lovelorn canine mechanic and a very pregnant widow pig.
About him, there isn't much.
A basic overview of the long, storied career of Paul McCartney.
A film that resonates with every viewing.
Well-wrought and superbly acted, True Grit is a triumphant tour-de-force
Yes, Off the Map is Grey's Anatomy in the rain forest, but it's also something cool.
Comedy — much like beauty — is entirely within the eye of the beholder.
Even if all its ideas don't work, the film still has plenty to recommend.
2011 starts out with a surprising bang!
My predictions for the Television categories.
The verbal crusade goes on.
The United States continues to encourage Japanese military might.
Left and right agree the accused gunman was deranged. Perhaps we should consider mental health services as a public safety investment.
We Americans have become anesthetized to the vitriol that has become an ugly part of the political fabric in this country.
Seriously, this woman wants to be president?
Food can bind all races, cultures, and religions in a common goal—peace.
Loughner may not be any better off with an insanity defense, but it could save his life.
Infused with modern and ancient techniques, this vivid retelling of some of the most famous Greek/Roman myths proves those myths remain not only relevant but alive.
A singer-songwriter with a whole lot of gumption.
A sprawling debut from a young singer, highlighted by four original songs.
It's time to revisit and reappraise Seventh Star.
The New York based Sorrows were one of the greatest "barely-known" power pop bands of the 1980s.
The only thing that truly matters is when Tom Brady and Mark Sanchez walk on that field in Foxborough this Sunday.