For the most part, this new film is how Spider-Man should have been done in the first place. The film is energized and emotive. On the other hand, it's also far from groundbreaking.
Cooking has always been enjoyable. But I am growing very worried over many aspects of the food we eat.
Many will doubt this film's ability to trump the success and artistic integrity of 2008's The Dark Knight (generally considered to be the "Godfather" of superhero films).
Americans are left pondering why and wondering what if anything can be done to stop it and also, 'how did this occur, and what caused it?'
The films bridged the gap between completely unbelievable and utter nonsense, but they did it with admirable verve and commitment.
Within a year of its inception, over 125,000 people had joined the union.
Romney is happy to profit from vulture capitalism, but he certainly doesn't want any voter to think he himself was a vulture.
"Hard Times: Lost on Long Island" is an examination of endless heartbreak and the clinging to the slender thread of hope.
On July 16, 1934, the city of San Francisco shut down as 65,000 workers from all industries walked off the job, in response to a call by longshore workers for a general strike.
One of the mantras of the radical Right in this country is that the economy and everything else would be better off if we just had less government regulation.