Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are and Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox got Matt thinking about what it means to take books for children and make them into movies for adults.
Ray Romano's new show about men in their mid-lives isn't a total waste of time, but it is a failure.
Scrubs is back from the dead, but it's a new show. What? Exactly.
The Christmas Season is officially underway, and Bob Dylan's Christmas Album is the new soundtrack of our lives.
Because Matt just can't put down the remote control, here are some thoughts on AMC's remake of "the Prisoner."
The finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm was a wild ride of meta-jokes, alternate realities and post-modern documentary. Come along as Jaclyn and Matt attempt to deconstruct all its various elements.
Matt brings us some final thoughts on Pilot Season 2009, and pilots in general. Plus, reviews of four late premiers.
Back after a couple of weeks, Jaclyn dismisses and Matt rants about the latest Seinfeld reunion episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Sports is elation and pain, jubilation and sadness. For Steve's Word's editors, the 2009 World Series match up makes this even more true than usual. In a rare dual column, Tim and Matt expound on their feelings heading into the Fall Classic.
Matt turns 30 and hilarity ensues. Also some crying.
Come on, Eldrick.