Vincent Price's verbal flair causes Armageddon.
Today, I preferred the one that didn't get any awards.
Despite Grindhouse earning the adjectives over-the-top and corny, it also warrants the words ingenious and entertaining.
... the animation technique is sometimes strangely limiting.
B. H. Fingerman steps away from his talents in the comic medium, and shows he is equally as adept at "bite"ing fiction.
One of Frank Miller's best graphic novels, 300 is based on an actual battle.
Summer People is beach reading at its best, with well-rounded characters, descriptive settings, and a plot that entertains.
The action is constant as you follow the characters - from page one to the fiery end - with a death grip on the book.
A powerful, haunting novel, dealing honestly with themes that have perhaps remained too long in the closet.
"Given a choice between pleasing herself and pleasing someone else she would have hoped that pleasing herself would have made everyone happy."
"We all share this one big clump of iron and magnesium and nickel whirling around the sun."
Celebrated writer Annie Proulx is ready with her first Hindi language fiction.
The continuing saga of the Samurai Shiro's quest to find his lost love Yoshiko - and nothing on Heaven and Earth will stop him.
'A novel of high stakes' well writen, sharp and funny, but with a few holes.
Winterwood is the newest book by Patrick McCabe (The Butcher Boy). Its elliptical narration delves into the blackest part of human nature.
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A gritty and hopeful young adult novel that deals with some hard subjects - death, grieving, alcoholism and percieved betrayal.
"Was it driving together that drove us apart? / Or did we change direction chasing arrows and hearts?"
This time around: the best of the best.
It was a simpler time and people didn't worry quite as much about the bad things that could happen to kids alone.
Hungarian pianist Jenö Jandó may rightly be proclaimed the utility infielder of classical piano.
a darkly delightful carnival of the soul... mostly.
Firing a winning coach with three games left in a season could back fire on anyone. But this is Lou Lamoriello we're talking abut here.
Shiite cleric Al-Sadr asks his followers to oust U.S. forces in Iraq.
A golden opportunity for peace - Israeli interests are now in line with Arab countries.
Mr. Musharraf’s passion for “percentage-analysis” makes him a unique statesman of our times.
How often would I get a chance to meet and interview a president I'd voted for?
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Everyone has a secret vice. Mine is the fact that marshmallow Peeps are my favorite candy.
Drinks for everyone, named for everyone, including Mel Gibson, Anna Nicole Smith, George the Busher.
If the enemy can afford all of these planes, why the hell are we only sending one in there against them?
Hudson rolls onto the Wii with a new title, and it’s a ball.
It's filler material to fund a next-gen version, but this is still Burnout in its purest form.
Industry has always played fast and loose with the truth when it comes to issues of pollution and safety.
A crisp, well-crafted, and beautifully performed show that left this viewer wanting to see more from Hudson Theatre Ensemble.
Why don't you step out of your holding pattern and become an adapter?
We are but a brief wink of the eye in terms of life on this planet.
"I don’t see anyone as my competition. I am my own prop maker and each prop reflects what fear is from my point of view."
When did sex become evil and wrong? When did war and violence become the norm?