“True Grit” – A Worthy Remake of a Remarkable Story
So, everyone saw the original True Grit, right? The one starring John, yeah, you know who I mean. I don’t mind dating myself by saying that I saw it in the theater, and I have loved it ever since.The Best Music Video Of All Time
When a musician is trying to make an impact on the entertainment world, it is necessary that the not only have great songs, but excellent music videos. Music videos put a face with the sound and help tell the story in a way that nothing else can.Poll: Best Bollywood Movie Of The Last Decade (2000-2009) – Results!
Oh Yes!! We have finally come to the end of our 42 days long poll to find out the best movie of the last decade (2000 – 2009).Why Every Home Needs A Flat Screen TV
Flat screen televisions have been on the market for quite a while now, but there are still many homes that have not made the switch. It may seem like the eye catching shape is the only benefit, but there is much more to flat screen TV than that.Poll: Most Romantic Bollywood Song Ever – RESULT!
Yes, our month long journey to find out the most romantic track ever produced in Bollywood has come to an end. The journey was as exciting one considering as many people reacted positively to the poll; You have got no idea, even Shahid mentioned about our poll on twitter!!List of Reality TV Shows That Don’t Suck
Let us admit it, Reality TV is actually unpleasant. MTV should replace its name since it truly doesn’t present music videos anymore but instead includes a long list of really bad reality shows like “Tool Academy”, “Bad Girl’s Club” and “From G’s to Gents” (which I actually like but still realize that it’s unpleasant). Some of these bad programs are just like watching a train crash. It’s tough at times to switch the stations. Other programs are so terrible that they’re easier to avoid like “The Karadashians” or “Real Housewives of Orange County” or “Jersey Shore”.The Very Best 10 Independent Horror Flicks
ndie film making has made several of the finest creature features in history, and several of the top grossing box office hits in any category. The majority of the finest horror flicks ever produced have been independent horror flicks.Dracula in Film
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror was a silent unauthorised adaption of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by F. W. Murnau. Names and details were changed as the studio could not obtain the rights to the novel. For instance, “Count Dracula” became “Count Orlok.” The story is similar to the novel but changes the names of the characters and drops many secondary characters.Listing of Horror Films That Don’t Suck
Horror movies have invariably been the preferred genre of many film lovers around the globe. Regrettably horror films don’t receive the respect from film critics that some other genres get. It’s very difficult to come up with a great and frightening horror movie.The Top List of Oscar Winners From Foreign Countries
It goes to justify that the majority of the wonderful oscar winners in history happen to be from the USA. Of course, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is located and headquartered in Beverly Hills (on Los Angeles Cienega Blvd.).Independent Film Making Is Facing a Rocky Road
Hollywood has had a stranglehold on film making since the early twentieth century but since the late 60’s more and more mavericks have taken independent film making to greater heights. Motion pictures like “Putney Swope” and “The Graduate” were impressive when they were first launched and provided the way for future generations of independent film making students and directors.Films 2005 – A Recap
The year 2005 was obviously a year that experienced brand new films being released and with numerous popular installments and remakes hitting the box office. A number of the top grossing movies were actually installments and remakes that earned millions of dollars in the United States, the U.K. and Australia.