"Glease" disappoints in a few broad categories, but most makes for a wonderful tribute and decent story.
Ruby Sparks is a fantastic, imaginative, wholly developed movie, though the DVD sorely lacks special features.
This is not your father's Bond movie, but it is what a Bond movie needs to be now.
It’s axiomatic that no thoughtful resolution of the abortion [or any other] question is going to issue from glib pronouncements of gloating liberals but only from heartrending deliberations of humbled conservatives.
Republicans don’t see the need to expand the party beyond white men if they can suppress the vote of the rising minority. I say more power to them. Don’t wake them, let them sleep.
For all those who ever dreamed of traveling to the stars, Space Atlas will surely keep those fantasies alive.
When misdirection leads a country to the precipice of war, a young woman and a group of misfits must find the true answers.
The author of a book on the Aryan Brotherhood tells us his greatest fear and greatest extravagance.
A wonderful book on endangered species for people of every age and children in particular.
The Angelic Layer national tournament continues, and there's a surprise waiting for Misaki at the end.
You'll find underwater archaeology, a lost treasure, romance and adventure in McFarren's new book.
Brett Patton's second entry in his Armor Wars series proves that the first novel was no fluke and this is a series with serious potential.
The Stray Cats' Live at Montreux 1981 is punk rockabilly guaranteed to get you strutting your stuff.
The Who's Live At Hull 1970 is a worthy, if non-essential, companion piece to the greatest live album ever made.
Agent 47 is back, should he have stayed retired?