The ultimate review site
Popular Web Pages
Better than “The Hangover Part II,” but equally as useless, “The Hangover Part III” plays more like a caper film than an outright comedy. The Wolfpack is back, but the focus is on Zack Galifianakis’ character, Alan, a horrible creation who is better in smaller doses than the ones we are fed here.
Late-breaking news from Guatemala City tonight: the Constitutional Court, the highest court in Guatemala (like the US Supreme Court), has annulled the proceedings in the Rios Montt genocide trial from April 19th onward. This means that the concluding phase of the trial has been thrown out, along with the verdict and 80-year prison sentence. It [...]
"Look at me I'm a big girl now" Over a month, after it's scheduled release, Beyonce finally unleashed the tribal-influenced "Grown Woman" track that was featured in her Live For Now Pepsi commercial. The track, co-written by The-Dream and produced by Timbaland, features Beyonce claiming her
While I found this tinted moisturizer to blend well and provide natural-looking light coverage, it was not the best for my oily skin. Within an hour of wear, my skin was extremely oily even with a dusting of setting powder.
Diesels are out and hybrids in, as Lexus has a third crack at the European premium elite. The third iteration of the IS saloon arrives in the UK with a choice of two engines: a 2.5 V6 petrol with 205bhp available from £26,495, and the 220bhp hybrid we drove, which starts at £29,495.
Remember how The Hangover Part II was a lukewarm rehash of The Hangover, almost beat-for-beat the same story, with little originality? Todd Phillips evidently heard our complaints and has addressed them in The Hangover Part III, which is nothing...
Tablet computers running full versions of Windows 8 were, at least according to Microsoft, meant to provide the portable computing power business users demand. Unfortunately, Hewlett-Packard’s Elitepad 900 fails to live up to that promise because of a lack of processing clout, a hefty price tag and the need for
Cannes Film Festival 2013 review: Only God Forgives review - Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn reunite for this Bangkok revenge thriller - Reviews - Films
Watching Nicolas Winding Refn’s lurid, ultra-violent and frequently preposterous Bangkok-set revenge thriller, you can’t quite believe that he once directed an episode of Miss Marple for British television. Only God Forgives is stylised, Grand Guignol filmmaking, as far removed from the world of Agatha Christie as you can imagine.
If you're planning on taking a vacation anytime soon or in the near future, you're probably already aware that there are typically lots of documents and information involved. Everything from boarding passes to rental car reservations to hotel reservations to anything else you may be planning. Keeping all of it straight can be a headache. That's where TripIt comes in to help you stay organized and keep everything all in one place.