A Shocking Movie That Blurs the Lines of Reality – “Snow On Tha Bluff”

In this article, I will briefly discuss a film that blurs the lines of reality. “Snow On Tha Bluff” is a film that appeared at the annual 2011 Slamdance Film Festival. The movie purports to be about, “The story of Atlanta robbery boy and crack dealer, Curtis Snow, who stole a camera from some college kids in a dope deal and made a documentary about his life.

Movie Review: Beauty and the Beast 3D

If you are a huge fan of traditional animation, you will most certainly enjoy the movie Beauty and the Beast 3D. This movie review will give you an insight as to why this movie is so great, and why you should go out and watch it with your entire family.

The Hunger Games Official Trailer – Detailed Review

Now that we’ve been able to finally see the full Hunger Games trailer and had time to digest it, it’s time to get down and dirty with it. This article goes through the trailer frame by frame to look at exactly what’s going on in each shot and what we can learn about it.

Movie Review – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

In just a few months, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island will be released with only one returning member of cast: Josh Hutcherson, in addition to a few other newcomers such as: Michael Caine, Luis Guzmán, Vanessa Hudgens and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. You can check out the international trailer for this adventurous movie to find out more about what it entails, or you can continue reading this Journey 2: The Mysterious Island movie review.

Controversial Movies

Hollywood’s lighting rod films have sometimes led to severe public reactions. From silent films such as Birth of a Nation to contemporary classics to JFK.

The History of 3D Where It Began From When It Was Invented in 1838 to James Cameron’s Avatar Today

Ever wondered where and when 3D movies started? Wondered how we figured out the technology? We go on to explain its roots from 1838 all the way through to the present day.

Blackjack Movies

Blackjack has been featured in a number of Hollywood films. This list gives a description of five such movies, along with details on the cast and plot. If you like gambling, you’re sure to enjoy these blackjack movies.

Twilight Stars After Breaking Dawn? What’s Next!

Robert Pattison is already busy with upcoming films, playing the role as Georges Duroy in Bel Ami which is awaiting release and also starring as Eric Packer in drama film Cosmopolis. Moving towards Kristen Stewart who is already into much hyped films like On the Road and Snow White & the Huntsman. And Taylor Lautner had a recent film Abduction that already hit the screens and it didn’t register a big success in the box office, but Lautner is still getting good offers from big banners.

Movie Review – Sleeping Beauty (2011) (Not Rated)

You will see the title Sleeping Beauty and automatically conjure up images of either the original fairy tale, the Tchaikovsky ballet, or the 1959 Disney film – most likely the latter. Indeed, this new film is like all incarnations of the story in that it’s about a young maiden who will at some point be put into a deep sleep. But to deal with this upfront, this is where the similarities end. Sleeping Beauty, which marks the directorial debut of Australian novelist Julia Leigh, belongs in an unclassifiable gray zone between erotica and pornography.

Movie Review – Outrage (2011) (R)

In an interview with Daily Yomiuri Online, Takeshi Kitano – the writer, editor, director, and star of Outrage – stated that he wrote the screenplay first by inventing the ways in which the characters would die, second by building a story around those deaths. He also said that his intention was nothing more or less than to make an entertaining film. I was prepared to struggle with writing about this film, because admittedly, watching it was an exhausting experience for me.

Movie Review – Answers to Nothing (2011) (R)

I can’t help but believe that somewhere within Answers to Nothing is the great film I very much wanted it to be. Told as a series of interweaving subplots linked together by a single event, it touches on a number of issues that are both fascinating and compelling, including infidelity, recovery, loss, intolerance, love, faith, and strength of character. It features a decent cast, led by Dane Cook in his first dramatic role since the deliciously enjoyable 2007 crime thriller Mr. Brooks. It had, in short, all the right ingredients.

Movie Review – Shame (2011) (NC-17)

Brandon (Michael Fassbender) is an addict. His drug is not heroin, cocaine, meth, or alcohol, but sex. Although he can function in social scenarios, he’s hindered by uncontrollable urges, and his only fix is to have an orgasm. He needs this many times a day just to get back up to normal. Several shots of his face throughout the film make it clear that the sensation has long since stopped giving him pleasure. One near the end, for example, which captures the moment of climax, reveals despair and self-loathing.