Vincent) to bring to life
the story of a community of settlers trying to build a better life for themselves on Cape Random, a harsh and remote fishing outpost in early 1800s Newfoundland.
A struggle with drugs is almost impossible to bring to life
in ways that compel our interest rather than our sympathy, and when you are dramatizing the life of someone like Gia Carangi -- who seems more a totem of pre-AIDS excess than a character sufficiently complex for a full-length feature -- such a challenge can defeat even the greatest of filmakers.
In the tradition of its many animated classics, Disney will bring to life
an enchanting tale of Pixie Hollow and Tink's new fairy friends voiced by some of Hollywood's most talented actors.
98) receives a fine dual narration by Bobby Cannavale and Scott Sowers and whose combined, powerful voices bring to life
the story of a killer's countdown, a detective pulled from his vacation with his ten adopted kids to solve the crimes, and the threat that reaches into his own home life from the 'Tick Tock Killer'.
Whimsical, full-color illustrations bring to life
the smartly written verses, such as "K is for Kafka killing some time" (brought to life with a picture of the enthusiastic Maine Coone cat Kafka attacking the mechanical chirping bird of a Swiss cuckoo clock)
Recipes are featured on the new and fourth season of the PBS series 'Mexico One Plate at a Time' and bring to life
the flavors to be found in a daily Mexican kitchen.
Color illustrations on every page bring to life
this wild west-themed adventure, though an abundance of text makes The Return of Pete Pack Rat perfect for young readers on the cusp of making the transition to chapter books.
He uses his considerable talents as an actor to bring to life
one of England's most famous authors.