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The movie’s first half is playful and sly, ending with a small but satisfying twist.
Rayner brings emotion to new music, and new energy to the scene.
Hugh Grant and Marc Lawrence team up for something that's actually enjoyable.
If you like your comedy on the darker side, this one's for you.
Vince Gilligan is involved, but don't expect a 'Breaking Bad'-type phenomenon.
When someone comes along to let you know they love you, and that you should never change, and never leave them, it’s refreshing!
Also, a family art program in honor of African-American History month at the Neon Museum.
"This is about people at different stages in their lives reflecting on a sentimental shared experience."
Sebastian the cat, enlightened and embittered, levels his owner with a shotgun. Intrigued?
Manson seemed to ignore the holiday, for the most part.
This is what happens when a talented writer ponders life with a unicorn.
Few bands evoke their home city better.
Is Dr. Dog better than ever? Leaman thinks so.
"You have to work to be noticed. ... Maybe I should change the name of my show to Cirque du So Gay.”
Edgar Froese, Rod McKuen, Steve Strange and RadioShack.