A New Star to Lookout For – Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut is a famous actress in the Bollywood industry. She was born to a couple in Himachal, Asha, a school teacher and Amardeep Kaur, a businessman. Blessed with beauty and talent, she set out to explore the world of modeling. To take things in the right path she joined the Elite Modelling Agency in Delhi. It was not long before she took interest in acting.

The Indian Film Industry

Indian films began in 1896 when an agent from France brought his movie equipment and showed moving pictures in Bombay. That was an important point in Indian history and the start of the development of the Indian film industry.

Mad Hatter Halloween Outfit

Mad Hatter: who is he? Where did the Name Mad Hatter come from and when was he introduced to us all?

Clapboard – Necessity for Film Making

Clapboard, the inevitable element in the film production set has great role throughout the making of a film. It can be considered as the ‘Noise’ of a film location. These boards are the necessary items that to be kept in the Director’s bag.

Box Office Bombs

For every movie that makes over $100 million at the box office, there’s a film that stinks up the joint and embarrasses everyone associated with the project. This list focuses on the latter.

Rent Movies Online

If you’re looking to rent a movie online in the near future, here are some suggestions. Most of the films listed are from the ’00s or the ’90s, but I did slip one 1980’s classic in there as well.

Review of Televisions The Gates

From the opening scene at the local baseball game in the 2010 remake of the 1973 horror flick The Crazies I was hooked. Not being a great lover of zombies in general I was very leery of this movie but was pleasantly surprised by the great acting and emotions the main characters gave to the film. I actually had chill bumps when Sherriff David Dutton played by Timothy Olyphant had to gun down Rory the town drunk when he carried a shotgun onto the crowded baseball field.

The Magic of John Wayne’s Movies

Despite the fact that the movies of the modern times are jam packed with special visual effects and intricate story lines and very big celebrities, the movies of the 1970s and up are the one still considered as the Golden Age of cinema. When you look back at those times and the movies back then, there is one name that stands out from the crowd, and that is John Wayne.

Movie Stars Are Made Rather Then Born

We are all familiar with the phrase, “a star is born.” This refers to a birth, not in the natural sense, but rather as a result of Hollywood’s ability to effectively manufacture a movie star as efficiently as the auto industry manufactures automobiles.

Audrey Hepburn – Timeless Appeal

The appeal of actress Audrey Hepburn has more than survived the test of time and has, in fact, become timeless. Appearing on the outside, indistinct, innocent, and somewhat fragile with large, deep,and dark eyes, Audrey Hepburn was a distinctive personality that has successfully charmed generation after generation.

Red Riding Hood – Not So Good

Catherine Hardwicke, the woman behind the mega-successful Twilight series, turns one of the world’s most loved fairy tales into an unabashed daily soap adaptation. She could have waited for the Twilight prequel and happily revisited the werewolf-vampire-doe-eyed-gal territory rather than making Red Riding Hood look like the unofficial fourth installment of the werewolf-vampire-doe-eyed-gal series.

A Few Stars Karate Movies Have Given The World

Before the 1970’s karate movies were only really popular in Asia, where they had been made for years, but that all changed when the world met Bruce Lee. Enter The Dragon, which was released in 1973, made a superstar out of Lee posthumously, but the true star that was introduced was martial arts.