The Future in 3D Has Arrived – The LG 55LW6500 SMART TV

This is the easiest 3D playback that I have come across to date. You can stop waiting and be comfortable that this 55inch LG 3D has it all. A bit pricey at $ 3,1990.00, and I am told you will be able to get a better deal if you have cash and are prepared to haggle a little. The polarised glasses and magic wand remote control are the icing on the cake. My 9 year old daughter mastered the controls after only a few minutes.

The Pillars of the Earth

The Pillars of the Earth, by Ken Follett, became his most beloved and best selling novel through word of mouth. Set in the middle of the 12th century, readers follow the lives of two generations of masons, monks, aristocrats, kings, queens and bishops. The story is set during a time of civil war.

Movie Plot Thoughts: Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon

What can we expect from Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon? A sort of preview, based on hints from the commercials, and the general flavor of the Transformers movies up until now.

Finding New Horizons in Bollywood – Ajay Devgan

Ajay Devgan, a two-time National award winner is one of the finest acting talents of Indian cinema. Born as Vishal Devgan, Ajay started off his film career with Phool Aur Kaante in an action-oriented role unlike many other actors of his time.

Priyanka Chopra – Journey From a Model to a Star

Among the recent actresses of Bollywood, many might have witnessed the hard work and talent of Priyanka Chopra and the gradual success she had in the industry.This year, many upcoming movies in Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra with some of the veteran actors of the industry. She is an actress, who enacts of her characters with unmatched finesse and continues to improve with each film.

Ernest Goes to Jail Movie Review

The slow, but well-meaning, Ernest P. Worrall is chosen for jury duty. But an identical prisoner on death row sees his chance to avoid the chair by switching places with Ernest upon a visit to the prison. As Ernest proclaims his innocence, the prisoner plans to rob the bank that Ernest works in.

Reviewed: Bad Teacher [2011]

Elizabeth Halsey (Cameron Diaz) has somehow found herself as a school teacher during her life when all she wants to do is grab a man with lots of money who can provide for her. With her former fiance having worked out the truth and ditching her, Elizabeth has to return and teach for yet another school year much to her frustration. Not only does she have to teach the children but also has to keep the principal (John Michael Higgins) and goody two shoes teacher Amy Squirrel (Lucy Punch) off…

The Walking Dead Season 2 Filming Draws Fan Frenzy

As many of us know The Walking Dead season 2 has been filming in Atlanta and is set to pick up where it left off in season 1. The end of season 1, “TS-19”, ended with the group of survivors fleeing from the CDC as the building was about to destruct and obliterate them all. The crew is once again back in Atlanta and filming for what will become The Walking Dead season 2.

Great Superhero TV – My Hero

Whilst popular TV shows like Smallville and Heroes have come and gone, they were missing a crucial element to the superhero formula. Fun. Sometimes comic book movies and TV shows fail to showcase that having super powers can actually be fun.

DC Characters We Will Never See As Movies

The summer comic book movie season started off with a hammering bang. Thor was superb, offering cinema audiences a slightly different superhero movie to what they’re used too, but still managing to be dramatic, compelling and fun. X-Men: First Class was dramatic, intelligent, and filled with youthful energy. The pressure was on for DC’s Martin Campbell’s directed Green Lantern, and did it deliver? No. The movie was universally panned by critics and now faces a struggle to avoid becoming a box office disaster. With Warner Bros putting such high hopes on Green Lantern for it to instantly fail, the ramifications will undoubtedly hault future DC movies for B-List characters. But which ones?

Kung Fu Panda 2 – More Black Than White

Kung Fu Panda 2 is more thoughtful than a film like this should have any right to be. The story is a kick in the gut if you’re not expecting it from the start, filled with feelings of being lost and having no idea where you are, who you are, and what you’re supposed to do to get back. Imagine someone threatens the thing you love most in the world, and the threat is very real, and you don’t know how to defend it. It’s a calm film, as well; the frenetic energy of the first one is still here, but spread out enough to not feel as crowded as the last time around. A major complaint I had from the first one: it’s funny, it’s cool, it’s fun, but it’s too much sometimes. This one gets the mix right. In fact, while I did enjoy the first one, I’d go so far to say that this is an improvement on it.

Ghostbusters II Movie Review

Five years after the events of the first film, the Ghostbusters have been blamed for everything that happened. They are now prohibited from hunting ghosts under a restraining order. But their friend Dana Barrett witnesses a bizarre event involving what we later discover is mood slime. A whole river of it has been developing over time.