My Top Five Favorite Movies Starring Johnny Depp

Any time you want to discuss some of the most popular actors working today, one person that has to be mentioned is Johnny Depp. Ever since his role on 21 Jump Street, Depp has become a very popular actor, for both male and female audiences, old and young alike. But which are his best films?

The Haunted House in Hollywood Movies

People love to be terrorized; not in the true sense of the word, but they do get vicarious pleasure out of watching haunted house pictures as they know that is it not for real and they can get the thrill and at the same time enjoy it to the hilt. Hollywood realizes this fact more than anybody else, and this is the reason there is a major release of a film in the genre of horror and suspense just before Halloween.

Meet the Parents – Not Your Average Family Comedy

For Greg, a male nurse, it was about to be one of the happiest days of his life. He had arranged for his girlfriends class to spell a message to her asking her to marry him. While the students are setting up, Pam tells Greg that her sister just got engaged and her fiance got the OK from her father.

My Favorite Movies Starring Daniel Day Lewis

One of the most talented, yet mysterious actors out there is, in my opinion, Daniel Day Lewis. It seems that any time he stars in a movie, he gets an Academy Award nomination. At the same time, however, it seems like he doesn’t like to act in films too often.

Matilda – A Fantastic Family Fantasy and Comedy Movie

The movie Matilda was made with the book by Roald Dahl in mind. It begins with a family that is happy with the way things are. Then Matilda comes along.

Mean Girls – A Teen Girl Spectacular Movie

Cady was home schooled. Her parents are research zoologists in Africa. Her family just moved back to the Unites States, which means that Cady is attending high school for the first time.

The Best Films Starring The Great Brad Pitt

One of the most iconic and likable actors in Hollywood today is Brad Pitt. It is not all too often that you meet someone who doesn’t like Brad Pitt. I mean, aside from the whole Jennifer Aniston fiasco, he seems like a really good guy.

The Best Tom Cruise Movies Of All Time

Whether or not you like the guy, it is tough to deny that Tom Cruise is a worldwide superstar. Cruise has been in the Hollywood spotlight for almost 30 years, and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Sure, he’s had his share of duds over the years, but he has also starred in some amazing films.

Top 15 Comedies From the Golden Age of Comedy – The 1980s

I am a huge fan of comedy movies and there have been some great ones lately. The Hangover was an instant classic that immediately jumped onto one of the Top 3 spots on my all-time favorite comedies list. The Aughts had great ones like Wedding Crashers and Old School. And of course the 90s had a couple of my favorites in The Big Lebowski and Swingers.

The Psychological Impact of a 3D Movie

Can 3D movies influence the Psyche? Everyone knows those piercing eyes of “Hannibal Lecter” from the movie Silence of the Lambs. Well, just to “open our minds” (no pun intended) a bit, we could ask a question… what if this movie was made in 3D? would there have been an even greater impact on the audiences? Would capturing those intense expressions, that skin texture and those hypnotic eyes in 3D bring the character that much closer to us? would it make him more intimidating?

Arthur Spooner of the King of Queens

The King Of Queens was a comedy that revolved around the Heffernan family. The family consisted of Doug and Carrie Heffernan and Carrie’s father, Arthur Spooner. Arthur was often at the center of problems. Even if he wasn’t, he had a way of making any problem worse.

Jack McFarland of Will and Grace

Jack McFarland (played by Sean Hayes) was a friend of the two title characters. He also provided much comic relief. He was constantly saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and often exclaimed the truth to anyone who would listen when his friends wanted to keep it secret.