Disney Latino Juegos – Enjoy Disney Games In Spanish

Spanish speaking fans of the Disney Channel shows, movies, and characters no longer have to feel left out.

The Amazing Race Nominated for a GLAAD Media Award

The gay and lesbian community has come a very long way in terms of gaining proper, equal and significant representation in the entertainment industry, and one of this year’s shining example is the hit reality series, The Amazing Race.

Mel Brooks’ Latest Version of “The Producers” is Hilarious

One viewer’s opinion of the movie version of Broadway play, “The Producers,” starring Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. I laughed so hard, I cried. Mel Brooks knows how to make some really funny movies.

Online Movie Rental And The One Billionth Movie For Netflix – Putting It in Perspective

Netflix delivered its billionth movie in February 2007. How does this stack up to other products and services and what will it take to deliver several billion more?

Road to the Final Rose – The Bachelor is One TV Show Worth Watching

It’s fun to watch other women compete for a man. The Bachelor is a guilty pleasure, and a lot more fun than actually being in the dating pool.

The Pursuit of Happyness- Review

Will Smith in a true life story about the pursuit of happiness…

Funny Cartoon – Steps To Create Cartoons

Cartoon conveys a message to the viewer. Funny cartoon makes us laugh.

The Epic Called Ben Hur

The MGM Studio was founded on the success of the original in 1925 and then in 1958 a then huge investment of $15m was risked on the remake of ‘Ben Hur’. It received collossal critical acclaim and won a then record of 12 Academy Awards

Bogdanovich Receives Visionary Award

Peter Bogdanovich received the American Visionary Award at the 16th annual Florida Film Festival during a recent special event with the legendary director and film scholar. The event, held at Enzian Theater in Maitland, included an archival 35mm print screening of his 1973 Oscar-winning Depression-era comedy “Paper Moon,” starring Ryan O’Neal, Tatum O’Neal, and Madeline Kahn in the story of a bible-toting con man forced into delivering a young orphan to her relatives in Kansas.

Feel the Force to Unleash the Secret Multi-dimensionally

The movie “The Secret” does not lend itself to scientific analysis, because the threefold nature – mind, body, spirit – is too multi-dimensional for one to be able to analyze it and look at its individual aspects. True research into The Secret is done with conscious awareness turned back on it Self, using feelings and emotions to research the nature of consciousness it Self.

Ever Think About Taking Intensive Summer Acting Classes?

If you’ve never tried it or had the luxury to be able to do so, total immersion in acting for a time is an experience that will change you. This is what I did…

Has “Saturday Night Live” Finally Become Saturday Night Dead?

When I was younger I used to watch “Saturday Night Live” faithfully because it always seemed to have enough “funny” to keep me positive and laughing. Saturday Night Live is just not as funny as it used to be. Everything is tired. I believe it is not so much the cast as the cast simply needs better material. Recognize this fact: It does not take a lot of talent to come up with bathroom humor, but does bathroom humor really work that well? I think not. Here is a suggestion to save an institution.