After winning 0 of the 11 recent ballot initiatives with the electorate, advocates of gay marriage return to litigation.
Ironically, electronic voting machines were introduced as a reform.
An excellent homage to Ray Charles and a fascinating behind-the-scenes glimspe at the recent film, all rolled into one.
Lily Tuck from Minnesota was awarded the 2004 National Book Award for her fictionalized tale of Ella Lynch, the Irish-born mistress of 19th century Paraguayan dictator Francisco Solano Lopez, "The News From Paraguay"
Lucas and Spielberg reedit their films if there's money to be made. But increasingly, it's the audience doing the reengineering.
Uh, 10-4 Pig-Pen, what's yer 20? Omaha?! Well they oughta know what to do with them hogs out there fer sure.
Twelve jaw-dropping tracks from a criminally overlooked Latin Jazz pioneer.
Enjoy Cat Stevens again without feeling guilty!
The beauty of Payne's work here is that you end up truly caring about all four people--something that is sadly lacking from most character-driven films.
James Cameron, you filthy whore!