Watson Destroys All Humans
The battle between two all-time Jeopardy! champions and an IBM supercomputer named Watson is over, and the computer won the Man vs. Machine match. After Watson won the first two-part game earlier this week, he also won the second game that aired yesterday.
Latest Sheen-anigans
Charlie Sheen is anxious to get back to work on Two and a Half Men -- and he's angry that the show isn't ready to start back up quite yet.
Movie Review – Gnomeo & Juliet
Our Movie Maven Ileana adores this animated story of Romeo and Juliet- even though it's been told a hundred times. It's Shakespeare as told through the eyes of cute little garden gnomes.
Lady Gaga
With the release of her new single 'Born This Way', and her imminent performance of it on this Sunday's Grammys, we thought it was time to revisit her evolving looks. We can't wait to add her Grammy photos to this gallery!
Brett Favre Talks Trash To Lions, Then Advice To AP
This was from ESPN's 'Year of the Quarterback' program. Original air date was 2/6/11.
Watch as Brett Favre talks trash to a Lion player... then compliments Adrian Peterson's athletic ability.
Love him or hate him, what a joy it was to have him in the league...
Movie Review-Sanctum

Rated: R – For language, violence, and disturbing images.
Starring: Richard Roxburgh, Rhys Wakefield, Ioan Gruffudd
Sanctum is the story of cave divers in Papua New Guinea.  While exploring a new cave system, a tropical storm traps the team and forces them deeper into the cave...
7 Other Terrible Anthem Singers
Christina Aguilera has the right kind of voice to belt out a memorable national anthem. Unfortunately, her performance at Super Bowl XLV will be remembered for the wrong reason.
As you’ve probably heard, Aguilera flubbed the anthem, forgetting the lyric "o’er the ramparts we watched."
Movie Review- The Roommate
The Roommate
Rated: PG-13 – For language, violence, and sensuality.
Starring: Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet
Rebecca (Meester) is a strange girl who develops an obsessive relationship with her new roommate Sara (Kelly)...
Movie Review-The Mechanic
The Mechanic
Rated: R – For strong brutal violence, language, sexual content and nudity
Starring: Jason Statham, Ben Foster, Donald Sutherland
I must begin with a confession: I have always liked Jason Statham. Ever since I saw him in “Snatch” I’ve been …
Movie Review – The King’s Speech
The King’s Speech
Rated: R – For language
Starring: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce
Colin Firth adds yet another amazing performance to his already impressive resume. Here he plays Prince Albert, the man who reluctantly became King George VI after his …

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