Devastating circumstances cannot stop these courageous women!
Unlicensed Florida private eye Max Freeman is on the trail of a vicious killer with a hidden agenda.
The 28-day breakthrough plan for losing weight, getting fit and transforming your life.
Three brave mice warriors battle an evil that threatens their homeland.
Less a style guide and more an advice book on using Twitter, this text is tall with platitudes, but short on substance.
One of the most unlikely detectives - Boris Akunin's nun Pelagia - deals with a spectre in her second adventure.
A cozy pioneer tale for those long winter nights.
Ann Brashares, author of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, introduces a new sisterhood.
The latest from the multi-Grammy winner falls short of her reputable talent
Jazz fans might want to take a closer look at this one.
Very good debut. These guys could go far.
It has been two years since the indie rockers Vampire Weekend have released another masterpiece.
Inside Garrett’s discography, one will find: “Yeah” (Usher), “Lose My Breathe” (Destiny’s Child), “Run It!” (Chris Brown), “London Bridge” (Fergie) and “Break Up” (Mario).
French experimental metal. Amazing.
The Trial and Triumph of the King of Pop goes behind the scenes of the chaotic child molestation trial of Michael Jackson.
Bowerbirds- Getting bigger and better.
Among the very best of 2009.
The Memphis Nighthawks appeal to Chicago jazz fans as well as traditional jazz aficionados.
California's governor sees the light and in his final address, speaks up against ObamaCare's “health care to nowhere.”
South Carolina Ron Paul Bots have now illegally censured Senator Lindsey Graham.
Will al Qaeda bring Barack Obama to his knees?
Alabama knocks out Colt McCoy, and Texas to win 13th National Championship.
And how not to repeat history.
The first films of the new year.
Ang Lee takes a breather with this entertaining, if insubstantial, comedy set at the seminal music festival.
G-Force features a few laughs, some cool guinea pig action, and is a lot of fun for the kids (not so much the adults).
Up in the Air is a muddled, heartfelt, unconventional film that is also a witty discourse on life.
Kind of a blah film as it feels like everyone is just going through the motions.
If you are a science fiction fan and looking for something fresh and new, this would certainly be something worth having.
General Relativity predicted that observed time is not absolute. Perhaps the same can be said for observed distance.
What qualifies a Fox News pundit to pit one faith against another?