David Winchell is a student at the University of Pennyslvania who enjoys reading and blogging politics, film, technology, and philosophy.
A thoughtful, brutal, meditation on heroism and all its attendant problems and inconsistencies from famed director Clint Eastwood.
When Continuum succeeds, it does so spectacularly, enough to make it among the best albums released this year.
Impossible to recommend, but there is plenty of uncharted territory in The Last Kiss for intrepid cinephiles to savor.
Would I risk hearing loss and face overpriced concessions for naught?
A superbly constructed, uncomfortably realistic satire of the television industry.
It's crude. It's gory. It gleefully travels well beyond traditional standards of decency. But it's also... quite a lot of fun.
Faster than you can say "what an excuse for family bonding through heartwarmingly ridiculous episodic encounters with perfect strangers!" — the film is off and running.
The severity of the US response to yesterday's announcement of a foiled terrorist plot begs the question of what, exactly, demands this extreme level of alertness.
This disc offers much of the fun of a Steely Dan concert experience, but with superior sonics and intimacy.
The inauspicious debut of the New York Times' TimesSelect program left many fuming. But things have changed.