In compiling my Top 10 film list, I tried to avoid obvious choices based on general consensus.
As long as people want to get laid, there will always be something to facilitate first dates.
One of the noteworthy, albeit minor, stories coming out of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver was some unexpectedly positive murmuring about curling.
Successful or not, there’s something about the rebbot that I gravitate toward.
For the most part, I found myself almost mechanically checking off the major scenes as they happened.
So what did frighten me as a kid?
Instead of letting the puzzle pieces organically reveal themselves, Neill Blomkamp simply takes an easy shortcut.
Actor and avid sailor Sterling Hayden once said that no film has ever really captured the true essence of sea travel.
On paper, the film’s only purpose is to resolve the seemingly insurmountable plot element of Spock’s death in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
I’ll be interested to see how strongly the public reacts to this reimagining.
George Orwell’s work cuts across the political spectrum.
My iPod Shuffle is a few years old and, by today’s standards, a relic.
This week I did something that I rarely ever do: I took the bus into work.
There’s that word, “moderate,” again.
What the hell happened?
Speaking of math, there was a lot of it recited in Nashville.
I beg your indulgence as I go on yet another financial market crisis rant.
In terms of style, I have to give it to Obama.
Now that the RNC is over, my feelings about the Republican’s chances in November remain unchanged.
I’ll say one thing: Sarah Palin’s no Dan Quayle.