This mildly spooky little number opens with a creepy dream sequence that segues to a scene of our teenaged heroine, Anna (Emily Browning), pouring her heart out to her therapist. [...]
Don’t be mislead by the advertising hype – Coraline is not directed by Tim Burton. At the helm is Henry Selick (who also directed Burton’s “Nightmare Before Christmas”). [...]
Oh no, it’s really bad when the press notes are more exciting than the movie. [...]
"Soul Men" has its share of crude, throwaway gags but Bernie Mac (in his final performance) and Samuel L. Jackson play off each other as sublimely as Sam and Dave.
If you’re looking for a CD to lose yourself in, step right up.
Around the world, environmentally conscious wineries are at the forefront of the movement to change the way crops are grown. [...]
When it comes to screw-cap closures on fine wines, the Australians have embraced them, New Zealanders adore them, and American winemakers are not far behind. [...]
No modern movie couple passes the chemistry test as convincingly as Richard Gere and Diane Lane but not even their sharp turns can salvage this slowly cresting love story set on the outer banks of North Carolina.
You’d never know that the Golden Door is there, unless you are looking for it. An unassuming wooden door on a windy two-lane road near Escondido is all that indicates the wondrous retreat that lies behind.
Belize was a place on my Bucket List (the list of things to do and places to see before I die), so I was thrilled to finally be heading to that small Central American country and its very, very big Blue Hole.