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Movie Review: The Chronicles of Narnia – Prince Caspian

The second film in the series reveals a major problem for the franchise: its protagonists aren't very interesting. Read More »

Movie Review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Perfectly Decent Yet Mostly Unnecessary

The latest Indiana Jones film is about what you'd expect from a summer blockbuster, but not quite what you've come to expect from the franchise. Read More »

Music Review: Mates of State – Re-Arrange Us

Mates of State's fifth album continues both the duo's maturation process and its trademark fun indie pop music. Read More »

TV Review: In Treatment – Season One

Examining whether or not the HBO's newest drama will put the network back on top of the pop culture zeitgeist. Read More »

Movie Review: Iron Man Marks the Return of First-Rate Superhero Movies

Iron Man breaks the three-year drought of quality superhero films, kicking the 2008 summer blockbuster season off with a bang. Read More »

Movie Review: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

What keeps Forgetting Sarah Marshall from achieving its full potential are the things that are now familiar from Apatow productions. Read More »

Movie Review: Stop-Loss (2008)

Despite that which Stop-Loss does well, overall it feels like a movie rushed out to highlight an issue before a solid story could be constructed around it. Read More »

Top 25 Characters from The Wire

A spoiler-free list selecting the top 25 characters in the history of HBO's superlative series, The Wire. Read More »

Movie Review: Leatherheads

Neither George Clooney's nor John Krasinski's comedic chops are enough to make Leatherheads any more than a breezy, forgettable comedy. Read More »

The Wire Redefines Series Television

An overview of the complete series of The Wire, the greatest drama in the history of television. Read More »