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reviewed Everything Bad Is Good for You: How T.... June 29, 2005
Everything Bad Is Good for You: How Today's
There's been a bubble of books lately by mainstream media "science and technology writers." Some gentleman who writes about "science" for The New Yorker (his name escapes me at the moment) and who recently …
reviewed The Five People You Meet in Heaven. June 13, 2005
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The Five People You Meet in Heaven
"This is a story of a man named Eddie who was shown the secret of heaven: that each life affects the other, and the other affects the next. The world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." …
reviewed The Golden Girls - The Complete First.... May 22, 2005
The Golden Girls - The Complete First Season
This first season release is great. The episodes have been reviewed and listed ten times over, so there's no need to do that again in this review. I agree, this is great, it's what fans have been waiting …
reviewed The Wire: The Complete First Season. May 05, 2005
The Wire: The Complete First Season
I don't like to spend my time in front of the tv-set just to be entertained.   This series, which I was unable to watch over here in Europe before the dvd-set came out, is simply awesome. It …
reviewed A Love Song For Bobby Long. April 20, 2005
A Love Song For Bobby Long
For those who have read Ronald Everett Capps' novel 'Off Magazine Street' and savor the slow, lugubrious, decadent pattern of life in the poor section of New Orleans, then Screenwriter/Director Shainee …
reviewed Gilmore Girls - The Complete First Se.... March 25, 2005
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Gilmore Girls - The Complete First Season
Pros: Writing, performances...     Cons: None really...     The Bottom Line: In the end how could I not recommend this fine DVD set? Try it and try to stop The …
reviewed The Five People You Meet in Heaven. March 21, 2005
The Five People You Meet in Heaven
"..each affects the other and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." These words are uttered by Ellen Burstyn at the end of this Hallmark movie version …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... January 24, 2005
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 8:
This episode has my favorite line in the original series, "Charlie, there are a million things in this universe you can have and there are a million things you can't have. It's no fun facing that, but …
reviewed Arrested Development - Season One (2003). January 19, 2005
Arrested Development - Season One (2003)
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT is one of the great shows on TV right now. It truly isn't like anything else you might see. It has a jumpy, spontaneous, handheld look like many dramas you see these days, but it …
reviewed Angels in America. January 09, 2005
Angels in America
I honestly didn't know if I wanted to see the quintessential AIDS movie. It seems that so much of the already-scant gay movie/theater aresenal from the 90's focused relentlessly on AIDS and its impact …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... January 07, 2005
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 48: The
A starship crewed solely by Vulcans is investigating a strange phenomena, when it is suddenly destroyed. Spock experiences a brief bout of pain when this occurs, showing us yet another aspect of the Vulcan …
reviewed The Stepford Wives. January 05, 2005
The Stepford Wives
Once again Nicole Kidman has proven to the world that you don't have to be that talented to be a big success. Ever since "Moulin Rouge" and "The Hours," people have been gushing about how glamorous and …
reviewed The Vicar of Dibley - The Complete Se.... December 29, 2004
The Vicar of Dibley - The Complete Series 2 & the
The second series of THE VICAR OF DIBLEY is even funnier than the first! Dawn French stars as the "bodacious babe" Reverend Geraldine Granger in Richard Curtis and Peter Mayhew-Archer's divine comedy.   &n …
reviewed The Stepford Wives. November 11, 2004
The Stepford Wives
THE STEPFORD WIVES is a funky outing that takes to task the dumbing down of the wealthy class. While everyone knows the plot of the original book and 1975 movie, few will recognize the parody that Frank …
reviewed Alias - The Complete Third Season (2001). November 08, 2004
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Alias - The Complete Third Season (2001)
At the beginning of season three of "Alias," Sydney Bristow is supposedly "back from the dead" after two years of being gone, with many changes having taken place while she was away, and she is re-instated …
reviewed Alias - The Complete First Season (2002). October 31, 2004
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Alias - The Complete First Season (2002)
Don't get me wrong -- "Felicity" was a decent show and definitely had its good points, but nothing I saw in that show would lead me to believe that J.J. Abrams, the creative mind behind both "Felicity" …
reviewed Alias - The Complete Second Season (2.... October 31, 2004
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Alias - The Complete Second Season (2001)
"Alias" is one of those shows in which so much happens in such a relatively short amount of time, that if you were to miss anything more than a couple of episodes in a row you'd likely get completely …
reviewed Angels in America. September 21, 2004
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Angels in America
It turns out that while my wife and I watched "Angels in America" on DVD, it was winning a huge pile of Emmy awards. Frankly, it doesn't take watching the award show to see why it got so much notice this …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... August 01, 2004
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 52:
This episode could have been subtitled, "Nazis in Space." Unlike episode 43, "Bread and Circuses" and episode 54 "The Omega Glory" where the encounters with circumstances drawn from Earth's historical …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... July 18, 2004
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 77: The
The major premise of this episode is intellectual curiosity, although in this case the curiosity is exhibited by alien creatures made of liquid rock that live on a volcanic planet. They probe the minds …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... June 27, 2004
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 57: Elaan
The Dohlman of the planet Elas is a beautiful woman who is pledged to be married to the leader of Troyius, in an attempt to end years of bitter war between the planets. The Enterprise is ordered to ferry …
reviewed The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less. April 19, 2004
The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less
In his new book The Paradox of Choice - Why More Is Less, Barry Choices. We're surrounded by them. Whether we're trying to pick out a new pair of jeans, shopping for car insurance, getting groceries, …
Mumbo Gumbo (Madeline Bean Catering Mysteries #5)
I finished a fun read a week or so ago. It was Mumbo Gumbo by Jerrilyn Farmer. Farmer's books involve a caterer named Madeline Bean who finds herself involved in crime mysteries not of her own choosing. …
reviewed Angels in America. March 27, 2004
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Angels in America
Part One: THE MILLENNIUM APPROACHES  Tony Kushner's ANGELS IN AMERICA created a major sensation when it was produced in the mid 1980s in New York and Los Angeles (and subsequently in theaters …
reviewed Star Trek - The Original Series, Epis.... January 31, 2004
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 63: The
Some people refer to this episode as quirky in an attractive way. To me, the premise is just silly, although it shows the three main characters behaving in the most noble of ways. Kirk, Spock and McCoy …
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