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Broken Holmes: Rhys Ifans and Jonny Lee Miller proved an entertainingly dysfunctional family
But what starts out as a lark soon turns disastrous as they run afoul of a massive biker gang led by the cheerfully sadistic Jack (Ray Liotta, entertainingly working in his villainous Something Wild mode).
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy'' is a pointedly, cheekily and, above all, entertainingly heartfelt rallying cry for all women who have ever feared the specter of breast cancer.
There is A Season For All" is a charming, entertaining, and recommended picturebook which entertainingly presents an underlying message of sharing and taking turns to accomplish great things.
In the beautifully-illustrated insert-book accompanying this release, contralto Emma Curtis writes entertainingly of her research into the singers of 18th-century London, paying particular attention to the Italian castrato Senesino and the allure his enigmatic sexuality held for theatre-going groupies.
Gardner has deftly and entertainingly explained concepts such as probability, combinatorics, physics, and geometry through his recreational mathematics.
Originally published more than twenty years ago, "Apple Tree Christmas" is an entertainingly written picturebook by award-winning children's book author Trinka Hakes Noble which is enhanced with her watercolor artistry.
Post No Bills" arrived in the gallery's main space at the start of the summer, but transcended its quiet slot by mobilizing a multigenerational roster of more than seventy contributors that included everyone from Fiona Banner to Allen Ruppersberg, Rirkrit Tiravanija to John Waters (the last entertainingly represented by Visit Marfa, 2003, as seen on the cover of the Summer 2004 issue of Artforum).
Bourtasenkov's Prince matured, as he should, from his entertainingly performed distraction by the six Princesses' attempts to win his love.
From robots and androids, to rocket ships and flying saucers, to ray guns and alien worlds, to exotic damsels in distress to gleaming cities of the future, Worlds Of Tomorrow is an impressive and highly recommended work of a specialized American Art History and 20th Century American Popular Culture that is as nostalgic to browse through as it it entertainingly informative.
Micklethwait and Wooldridge mostly tell the story of the purely political part of the Right Nation's saga, and they do so perceptively and entertainingly.