Yesterday’s American Elf is just lovely as usual.
This, inspired by Abu Ghraib recollections, is not lovely but is equally good.
Slate has a great review of this year’s long-awaited return of John Rambo.
The AV Club has a list of all the promotional crap they get sent.
The Atlantic has a photo-essay on Guantanamo.
Mother Jones has an essay on Barack’s love for The Wire.
PopMatters re-enters the list realm with its favourite books of 2007.
Sasha Frere-Jones has been thinking through his opinion on Feist.
Is John Edwards destined for second at best? Salon elaborates.
Terri Cheney discusses Britney’s place as a poster child for bipolar awareness.
Scarlett Johannson’s set of Tom Waits covers is coming in May.
Guardian readers suggest their own Razzie contenders.
The editorial board of The New York Times is backing Hillary.
Sam Mendes is going to direct Dave Eggers’ movie.