Review – High School Musical 3 – Senior Year

Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens are out front once again as cooing lovebirds Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez. They sing. They dance. And they smooch a little. But not too much. After all, this is a G-rated Disney extravaganza.

“Sex and the City” Is, Barely, More Than a Fashionable Chick Flick

Sooner of later even male movie reviewers who would normally avoid films like “Sex and the City” feel some sense of obligation to see what everyone is talking about. I had heard that if you were a male and saw this film in a theater, you would be outnumbered 20-to-1, so I opted for a Netflix fix.

iPhone TV Online

The iPhone continues to amaze millions with its capabilities. The most recent trend has been with online video. While it is true that some video does not work on the iPhone (i.e. Flash), the important thing to note is that H.264 and Quicktime based streaming video does.

Friday the 13th – A Review of the 2009 Remake

An honest and comprehensive review of the Friday the 13th remake movie, by a longstanding fan of the horror genre. Is this new Jason Voorhees movie a new slasher classic?

Sean Penn Bio

The multi-talented Sean Penn took the Oscar last evening at the 2009 Academy Awards. Not looking much like a leading man, his acting intensity makes up for his lack of good looks. Sean Penn is not only an actor but a writer, director and producer.

81st Academy Awards 2009

Such drama, those Academy Awards. Tears of happiness. Loser’s tears. Glitter of rented stones. Long flowing gowns, some ugly, some wonderful. The Red Carpet. The wonderful sets. What a great evening for the rich and famous.

Kate Winslet Bio

Born in a thespian family in Reading, England, Kate Elizabeth Winslet has performed since she was 11-years-old. She has chosen roles of determined and daring women rather than the glamorous. She is the Winner for Best Female Actress in a Leading Role in the 2009 Academy Awards for her portrayal of Hanna Schmitz- a woman having a passionate affair with a teenager who encounters her again years later while she is on trial for Holocaust crimes- in “The Reader.”

Anvil – A Movie That Rocks in Every Way

The ANVIL! – The Story of Anvil documentary is being called the greatest rock film in many years, and that accolade is more than deserved. A wonderful, affectionate and moving piece of real drama, it is perfect for anyone into music, being in a band, or just those who know the value of friendship.

Documentary Memorializes Six Brothers Who Served in World War II

Dan Oja tells the story of the six Koski brothers of Ishpeming, Michigan who all served in World War II. The subtitle of Ordinary Heroes: Six Stars in the Window recalls the flag that hung in the Koski family’s window, one star for each son in the war. One of those sons would not return home. This movie documentary tells the story of World War II through the diverse experiences of the brothers, and it speaks to the pain and the pride American family’s still feel over six decades later as a result of serving their country and preserving democracy.

Free Pinoy Scandals

You just can’t get enough of them. They sink in deep and they pull you in right though their darkest dreams.

Critical Lessons From American Idol – The Importance of Self Awareness and Candor

At the beginning of each season, American Idol attracts thousands of people with a dream. They want to become the next American Idol, yet in reality that dream will come true for only one person. Over several years of watching the show, I have noticed several lessons from the show about keys to success and happiness in both life and business. I’ll explore these lessons in a series of articles. This article looks at the importance of self awareness and candor. Whether you are seeking to develop yourself or develop others, you must be honest. If you really want to see your organization improve, compassionate candor is the place to start.

Breaking a Leg Still “Good Luck” in Hollywood?

Ever wonder how a Relative Unknown gets to do love Scenes opposite both Leonardo DiCaprio AND Matt Damon? They have taken a cue from Elijah Wood of “Lord of the Rings.” Such is the story behind the short film “Paging David Cronenberg.”