Do Twilight Saga Fans Give the New Breaking Dawn Part 2 Ending a Thumbs-Up or a Thumbs-Down?
As the alleged final chapter in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2 unfolds, the highly romantic story of the star-crossed lovers who are finally happily married continues. Beautiful young human Bella, played by Kristen Stewart, and handsome charismatic young vampire, Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson enthrall fans with their good looks and romantic life story.“The Man With the Iron Fists,” a Sincere Homage to Evergreen Kung-Fu Classics
It is not surprising that a movie like “The Man with the Iron Fists” exposes the often-ignored schism between movie critics and moviegoers. Critics focus on the technical aspects and facets of filmmaking. On the other hand, audiences judge the movie based on its ability to entertain.Review of “Breaking Dawn Part 2”
“Breaking Dawn Part 2” is a romantic fantasy that was released on November 16, 2012. It is directed by Bill Condon, who also directed the first half of the movie, and is based on Stephenie Meyer’s popular novel “Breaking Dawn.” It is the fifth and final film in the “Twilight” series, and also concludes the 2011 film “Breaking Dawn Part 1.Top Four Japanese Animation Movies to Watch on the Android Tablet
Bored of watching recent movies? Read this article to find about four classic Japanese animation movies for the Android tablet.Fan Favorites: The 4 Finest Homeland Episodes
Homeland is a series developed for American television that stars a CIA agent named Carrie Mathison and U.S. Marine named Nicholas Brody. Carrie believes that Brody is a threat to the United States after having been a prisoner of al-Qaeda for eight years.Private Practice: What Makes It Stand Out Compared to Grey’s Anatomy?
Private Practice is a spin-off of the popular medical drama series Grey Anatomy’s. However, because of its introduction during a two-hour special of Grey’s Anatomy (which some believe was a bad start for the new spin-off series), many believe that the show is often not given the chance that it deserves. Yet, after six seasons on the air despite the negativity, what is it that makes Private Practice a fan favorite?7 Similarities Between Dr. Gregory House and Sherlock Holmes
For many fans of the show House, M.D., it is easy to see the similarities between Dr. Gregory House and Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. David Shore and Paul Attanasio, the show’s creators, have even admitted to deliberating basing their main character off the detective.Fun Facts: 5 Christmas Songs Covered By Glee
When Christmas approaches, there is no shortage of songs dedicated to the season playing everywhere that you can imagine. With many Christmas songs having been covered numerous times since being written, the televisions series Glee also wanted to add its own unique voice to the classics. Here are some fun facts about 5 Christmas songs covered by Glee that you may not have known:Personal Favorites: The Top 4 Episodes of Grey’s Anatomy
Although every each viewer has a different view about the best episodes of a show, there are often a handful that most of the fans particularly like. For the hit medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy, there are certain episodes that repeatedly come out on top as the best episodes.Vampire Showdown: The Difference Between True Blood and Twilight Vampires
There are plenty of films and books that revolve around the legend of vampires, including recent additions in the past decade, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Vampire Diaries. However, the most popular titles in recent time include True Blood and Twilight. Yet, how do the two recent versions of vampires differ from one another?If You Enjoy Watching “C-Span”, You’ll Enjoy Spielberg’s Newest Film (Yawn), “Lincoln”
Stephen Spielberg’s biopic about Lincoln’s final days is about as interesting as viewing the windbaggery of today’s politicians on “C-Span” for three solid hours. The theater goer is subjected to endless political speeches pro and con the 13th Amendment outlawing slavery. Meanwhile a brooding Lincoln remains on the sidelines.Movie Review: “Skyfall”
Rating: PG-13 Length: 143 minutes Release Date: November 9, 2012 Directed by: Sam Mendes In the 50 years since James Bond first landed on the big screen, the character has experienced almost everything under the sun. Every time a new film comes out, fans wonder how the director will make it stand out amongst the others. Although “Skyfall” may not be the best film in the series, the latest edition confirms to audiences that James Bond is not going anywhere anytime soon.