Review of the Movie Night of the Hunter
Night of the Hunter tells the story of Harry Powell, a murderous con man who thinks he is doing the lords bidding by ridding women of their sinful desires. Harry spends the bulk of the story wooing a widow, Willa, to find out where her late husband hid ten thousand dollars before died. Willa doesn’t know but her two children, John and Pearl, know, and are keeping the secret from Harry.Rescue Me Season 5 – 5-Alarm Show
I didn’t start this series until the middle of the second season and it blew me away. It is funny, tragic, sexy and gutsy all at once. I have been renting the first season to find out how the characters got to the second season, and it reminded me how much I loved the show since the break between seasons is way too long. By writing episodes and delivering a powerful performance week after week, Denis Leary proves here that he is more than just a comic, but a multi-talented artist. Also, I am very impressed with FX for having the guts to show this series without cutting it up and censoring the tough lives these characters inhabit.A Review of the Movie Blade Runner
It is the speculative nature of science fiction that separates it from fantasy. Where fantasy can be imagination run wild, science fiction is more steeped in reality and expands or speculates about technology and the places current technology can go. Science fiction, in this regard, very much intends to give the reader or viewer a change in perspective.Breathless – The System Used to Film Movies
The efficient mode of production and distribution created by Hollywood is known as the studio system. The narratives of classical Hollywood cinema displayed certain important traits found in the majority of studio productions. The first is that the events on screen should be clear to the viewer and he should never be in doubt about space or time.Kristen Stewart Biography
Kristen Jaymes Stewart is an American actress who is famous for the role she played as Bella Swan, star of the Twilight film. Born on April 9, 1990, Kristen Stewart was raised in Los Angeles, California by her stage manager and television producer father, John Stewart, and her script supervisor mother, Jules-Mann Stewart. At the age of eight, Stewart began acting and left school in the seventh grade.Favorite Horror Stories
Do you like to be afraid? If horror stories are your thing, here are my top 5 favorite horror stories that you will find in the cinemas.Where Have All the Summer Blockbusters Gone?
Where are the great movies. Summer 2010 lack of movie choices. Leonardo owns Hollywood.Brad Pitt is Not the Hottest Guy in Quentin Tarantino’s Latest
I recently saw the Quentin Tarantino-written and directed film Inglourious Basterds (the bad spelling is Tarantino’s, not mine!) for the first time. It was pretty good, if you don’t mind quite a lot of gory violence.Eclipse Movie Review
Even though the website has been live for quite some time now, this is the first review that I’ve done regarding the Twilight saga. I did read all four books and enjoyed most of what I read.Japanese Film – A Strange Choice For a Girl
Girls usually dig soppy rom-coms, right? Well, that may be true for some, but others do have more exotic tastes. This article explores a girl’s fascination with modern Japanese film.It’s Complicated Review – I Saw Mamma Kissing Daddy?
An unfortunate number of romantic comedies released in 2009 were neither romantic nor comedic (I’m looking at you, Leap Year), so when It’s Complicated turned out to have ample helpings of both key elements, I was greatly relieved. The film follows Jane (Meryl Streep) as her fling with ex-husband Jake (Alec Baldwin) throws a wrench into her budding romance with Adam, her architect (Steve Martin). It’s brave, in our youth-obsessed culture, to base a romantic comedy around a couple in their fifties, but if anyone could make such a film successful it’s writer/director Nancy Meyers, who brought us The Holiday…Some of the Greatest Baseball Films of All Time
Over the years, there have been some incredible movies about baseball. Here are my favorites.