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Defending champion Nadal plays first. Federer will follow on Tuesday.
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Zafon's second novel for mature readers is an atmospheric powerhouse that falters in its confused and confusing last act.
Not what you might expect, but certainly adequate if you know what to expect.
Individuals who survived both the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and of Nagasaki help frame history of the events and their aftermath.
The title may sound like a badly dubbed Monster Island kiddie flick, but Matsumoto’s manga proves a memorably moody and mysterious look at childhood and its terrors.
Beware the Gates of Hell! Opening soon!
For some the stories may prove painful, even from a distance. For others, it may prove there is less distance than they thought.
A Brief History of Love by The Big Pink is one of those indiessential, must have albums.
High-end classical label 2L brings the dead to life in this impressive outing for Grieg's famous piano concerto.
The virtual world still can't compete with what's real...
Holy Gaia, Margaret Mead! Let's all bow down and worship stone age people.
A harrowing and often depressing film, featuring superb performances from the adult and child leads.
A contagiously funny spoof that shows no mercy - while displaying its fondness for the original Star Wars film throughout.
Looking for new life in your workouts? Shake it up, Indian style.
My experiences with Reitman on YouTube...
Is Life Unexpected just that, or is it more of the same?
I really wanted to like it. Parts of it are great, but others are far from it.
Winona Ryder plays Zachary Quinto's mother in the recent Star Trek movie, yet in real life she is only six years older than the actor.
It's Complicated takes a silly cliché like "ex-sex is the best sex" and rocks it.
Surprisingly awesome. Denzel plays a book-toting, sword-swinging tough guy.
The ageless community of Springfield has been around for 20 years. They haven't moved on, but should we?
Happy cinema can be good cinema.
Education is a great tool to battle future obesity, but the current problem requires a current solution.
When veggies have stunt doubles... what next? Turn off the TV.
The Left has to ask itself, "Who really wins if Democrats lose?"
A surprising different perspective on what causes earthquakes.
This well-acted, well-directed production deserves attention beyond the Martin Luther King Day celebration.
This Camelot has been "revised" and cut down, but not for the better.
Two American teachers search for two Rubenesque British ones for a fitness challenge, but haven't found anyone willing to participate.
"We are seeing dazed, dehydrated parents walking the streets with their children, searching for clean water, food, and shelter."
Might & Magic like you've never seen it before.