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A wonderful collection of classic pinball tables that could be a Wii sleeper hit.
This is as inspiring a dance debut as I've heard in a long time.
The exclamation point is part of the band's name -- but it also fits the music being generated.
A journey into the human spirit, with the unlikeliest of guides, that you won't forget for a long time.
Sweet characters and wise insights about friendship wrapped in a gorgeous picture book package.
A novel of racial injustice in the 1940s America, and a winner of the Bellwether Prize for social literature.
An unlikely friendship that endures throughout the cycle of the year.
If any of the currently dark and silent West End theatres are looking for a transfer show, they could do a lot worse.
Monique Coleman works with America’s Second Harvest and ConAgra Foods to help the hungry.
Director Larry Ruben captures the funny as well as the poignant, and has cast a super group of actors in those iconic roles.
Recommended with reservations.
It's a killer idea, trust me.
The weakest Jack Ryan movie of the series now on Blu.
Kinetic dance drama marred by predictable story.
It's Sam's turn, and the boy has issues.
Interview with the director, writer, and leading actor of the superhero film "Dakota Skye".
It just doesn't pay to skimp where electricity's concerned.