Ashley Judd’s Personal and Showbiz Life

Ashley Judd was born Ashley Tyler Ciminella on April 19, 1968, in California, though she lived most of her youth in Kentucky. In fact, she supports Kentucky sports teams and considers herself an eighth-generation Kentuckian despite the fact that she wasn’t born there. Kentucky must love her back because the state bestowed her with the highest title of honor a Kentuckian can receive when she was made a Kentucky Colonel.

The Call Dials Up Big Scares and A Fun Ride!

This film has everything a good thriller should have – amazing acting, thrills, and great character development on both sides of the “good” and “evil” spectrum. There are some really scary and intense scenes a horror fan will also love, the woman in front of me kept going “oh my god!”

The Man of Steel – Superman’s Powers

Superman is quite possibly the greatest hero of them all, and shares comic book company DC’s mantle as the flagship with his sometimes-partner Batman. Whether the Man of Steel is using his incredible, world-moving strength to burrow hundreds of meters into concrete to stop a gas explosion deep underground, or using his vaunted powers of flight to explode skyward and safely catch a careening jet full of people, he awakens in us our loftiest dreams of having a powerful and benevolent savior. No superhero really compares to Superman – in terms of the sheer variety…

Most Popular Heroes of Recent Movies

Everyone loves a hero in a story. No matter what stripe the protagonist of the story has, he or she is sure to have a crowd of adoring fans. From the most paragon-like of superheroes to the grittiest anti-heroes, the most popular movie protagonists steal most scenes in which they appear, whether by a quirky personality, unerring courage, or spectacular feats.

Are You Ready For The Success?

The competition is huge in the entertainment industry. It seems so overwhelming and unreachable. Where do I have to begin, and how?

Five of Nicolas Cage’s Best Movies

Born as Nicolas Kim Coppola, American actor Nicolas Cage’s Hollywood acting career has spanned more than three decades. Over that time, Cage has been recognized for his successes on screen with a host of film awards, including the Academy Award for Best Actor and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama. Throughout his career, Cage has attracted controversy off-screen for multiple failed relationships and, more recently, real estate and tax issues.

“From Up on Poppy Hill” Movie Review

“From Up on Poppy Hill” is the new family-friendly film from Oscar-winning director Hayao Miyazaki (“Spirited Away”) and son Goro Miyazaki. The animated feature film is a beautifully hand-drawn story of two high school kids falling in love in a Japanese seaside town during the 1960s while the country was rebuilding after World War II. The appeal of a universal love story set during this fascinating time in history is compelling enough to entertain viewers of all ages.

Lessons From The Croods Movie

Be adaptable The life we are living today is definitely not the life we can live in the future. There is a whole new world of possibilities. In the movie, Grug the caveman, is resistant to change and does not want to leave his cave home, until it was destroyed from an earthquake. He and his family were forced to find a new surrounding where they discovered new possibilities and experience different adventure.

Take A Look At Some Hot New Entrants In Bollywood

Diana Penty made quite an impression when she managed to make a good impression acting alongside experienced and popular stars like Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone in Cocktail. The sultry and stylish Deepika in the movie could have easily outshone her. However, Diana did a good job despite playing a ‘simple’ girl in the movie.

Movie Review: “The Call”

In “The Call” movie, an experienced 911 operator receives a call from a terrified teenager who has just been abducted. Matters get out of hand when the operator realizes that the abductor is a killer from her past, and she has to confront him to save the girl. The film was directed by Brad Anderson.

Zach Braff: The Renaissance Man

Zachary I. Braff, better known as Zach Braff, is an actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. He was born in South Orange, New Jersey, in 1975 to educated parents-his father is both a trial attorney and a professor of sociology, while his mother is a clinical psychologist.

TV, Film, Media and Racism?

Is there really a collective media industry conspiracy to limit opportunities for visible minority on-screen talent? If you show up to a film or television production set and you hang around long enough you’ll eventually hear words of frustration from aspiring and even established on screen talent over the fact that there are not enough opportunities for visible minorities to appear on North American televised or feature film products but is there really a collective media industry conspiracy to limit opportunities for visible minority on-screen talent?