Have you seen Moneyball yet? This movie based on a true story is quite engaging. Not much of a baseball fan, I still found myself involved and enjoying this biopic. There are some funny moments and inspiring ones, as well as the poignancy and sadness of Billy Beane's career and efforts, the focus of the story. Rated PG-13 for language, there really isn't too much objectionable to this movie.
Perfect sitcom material! The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz are the height of sleuth spoofs!
Normally I skim books on prophecy and the "end of the world." Well, the nonfiction ones, anyway. I am pretty well-versed on these issues, and most nonfiction books are basic introductory knowledge and repetitive. This one isn't. Written as fiction, it is quite effective in the literary tool chosen. It immediately reminded me of Tolkien's The Hobbit, in which Gandalf needs to take all the dwarves and Bilbo to Beorn's house for help, but he knows that Beorn won't want them. So Gandalf cleverly goes ahead with just Bilbo, telling the ot
With the recent filming of a movie version of Atlas Shrugged, there has been a lot of attention paid to Ayn Rand and her works. Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead vie for the title of masterpiece of Rand's writing. As a young English major I devoured all her works, finding the philosophy behind them intriguing and attractive, although diametrically opposite to the f
Eye treats abound in this scrumptious little book. Pure Michigan: Eating fresh and local in the Great Lakes State is a book to guide you as you plan your next vacation. Or the perfect gift for the relative you keep asking to visit.