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Empowered Fame – The 4th Phase of Managing Fame and Dealing With Celebrity

There are 4 phases of managing fame when you deal with celebrity, love/hate, dependency, acceptance and adaption and, finally, empowerment. This article delves into the empowerment phase of fame and offers empowering tips.

You’re Killing Me, Smalls! “The Sandlot” Movie Review

Some movies find a place in a boy’s heart and just never let go. “The Sandlot” is one of those movies that still demands repeated viewings to this day because of the memorable quotes and unforgettable characters. Every boy remembers the hot, dry days of summer when time seemed to drag on, but it didn’t matter because he had his buddies.

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING – A New Film Report

Whedon Deserves A Star! An adaptation of a William Shakespeare play has got to be one of the most challenging projects a film director tries. And never in my wildest dreams would I have ever guessed that the director, Josh Whedon, could, have pulled off such an amazingly exact, minutely truthful and incredibly clever job of doing what he did with Shakespeare’s play, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.

Getting Googled – The Internship Movie Review

Have you ever wondered what goes in at the Google HQ? Have you ever wondered how anyone with no basic concept of computers could get along in the modern world driven by the internet? Well The Internship looks into this.

Sci-Fi For The Masses – Oblivion Movie Review

Oblivion brings us pure Science Fiction action, straight from the classic days of the 60’s and 70’s. It is given a lick of paint and a ‘sixty minute makeover’ and we are delivered a great piece of sci-fi action that will appeal to the masses.

“The Bling Ring” Wows Audiences

“The Bling Ring” opened in theaters on June 21, 2013 after making its initial debut at the Cannes Film Festival. The film is based on the true story of a group of California teens who decided to start a new hobby burglarizing celebrities’ homes in a quest for fancy watches, Gucci bags, and other expensive and sought-after items. Directed by Sofia Coppola, daughter of acclaimed director Francis Ford Coppola, the movie focuses more on the characters than the actual events, leaving audiences wondering how today’s society managed to spawn such a group of narcissistic, capitalistic young adults who have an…

The Life and Career of Mireille Enos

Mireille Enos is one of those actresses who found steady work in Hollywood for quite awhile before finally making it big. She has been plugging away at the television and movie scenes since 1994 but didn’t get her breakout role on an HBO television series. Before that big break, she filled her resume with supporting roles, though she has recently taken the lead in several of her projects.

World War Z: Don’t Read the Book First

Zombie movies have been all the rage ever since George Romero brought us “Night of the Living Dead.” Even if they weren’t called zombies then, the basic concept of a ragged band of survivors dealing with a virulent plague that raises the dead and causes them to feast on the living has stuck in popular consciousness. Actual zombie-outbreak survival plans are widespread, to the point of the CDC endorsing them as disaster-preparedness initiatives.

Stark Still Has It – Iron Man 3 Movie Review

After the slightly disappointing sequel to the original Iron Man movie, Marvel needed to turn it up for Tony Starks’ third time going solo. Robert Downey Jr was seemingly made for this role and plays it to perfection, he just needs a great story to match his performance. The movie begins in 1999, and to the tune of Eiffel 65.

List 5 Popular Zombie Movies

Although it seems like everybody is preparing for a zombie apocalypse, not many people actually want a pandemic to sweep the planet. The following films are some of the most iconic and beloved films to ever fuel the zombie craze, each one featuring a distinctive take on what it would be like if humanity had to deal with undead mayhem. As people gather their weapons and plot their escape routes, these five movies allow would-be heroes to enjoy all the suspense, gore, and thrills of a zombie apocalypse, but without worrying about the actual mess and hassle.

A ‘Must See’ Land Based Sports Fishing Movie

As perhaps the world’s oldest sport and pastime, fishing has become more and more popular with both amateur and professional fisherman over the past few decades. Improved equipment and accessibility to remote locations has provided for opportunities to fish from land for some of the oceans most prized fish.

Interview With Author Jan Pippins

Jan Pippins, author of “Henry Darrow: Lightning in the Bottle,” explains how she first got involved writing the biography of veteran actor, Henry Darrow, the first actor of Puerto Rican heritage to star in an American television series. Chronicling the obstacles and successes during the actor’s more than fifty years in show business, Pippins (who co-wrote the book with Darrow) combined personal interviews, internet archives, and the actor’s personal memorabilia collection to tell the story of one man’s life, work, love, and redemption.

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