Unknown (2011) Film Review

Unknown is a film which deals with the issue of identity, or lack of identity to be correct. Dr. Martin Harris (Liam Neeson) awakes from a coma after an accident to find that all is not what it seems to be. Firstly, he finds that his identity has been stolen along with his wife. And to make matters worse he is being pursued by a gang of mysterious assassins who are trying to impede Neeson on his quest for the “truth”.

Mobile Motivation

The World Mobile Congress in Barcelona is the place where technology academics and professionals from all over the world come together to explore the newest pieces of miniature technology that could revolutionise our lives. The Congress was the place at which the iPhone was initially announced, and the location at which the likes of Android really started to make its mark on the mobile market. Every year the event is eagerly anticipated, and this year was no different.

The Adjustment Bureau (2011)

Review of the 2011 film starring Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Terance stamp, John Slattery and Anthony Mackie. A romantic thriller adapted from the story “Adjustment Team” by Philip K. Dick.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Movie Review

I was late in getting into the world of Harry Potter. I remember being in Barnes & Noble one day and saw the books (at that time, the fourth one had just come out). I had heard a lot of press surrounding the Harry Potter craze and being that I’m an avid reader I decided to pick up the four books to see what all the commotion was about.

3D Home Entertainment – Will We Soon See 3D Hologram Home Entertainment? OK Call Us Mad!

Coming back to the future, we are wondering how many years it will take until Minority Report style hologram projections will become a reality and also be affordable for everyone to have this technology. The organisations who develop or introduce this technology will no doubt become multi billionaires overnight, but most likely this tech is already available but all the major companies are waiting for the market to consume 3D before 3D Hologram is introduced.

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre Is A Perfect Vehicle For Bogart’s Paranoia

I have a man-crush on Humphrey Bogart the size of Texas, which is why it’s so difficult to say that his dramatic performance as paranoid gold prospector, Fred C. Dobbs, in the 1948 film, Treasure of the Sierra Madre is a mite uncomfortable to watch. Even though cinema’s all-time leading man has been dead for over half a century, he should consider asking for his money back from whichever acting school taught him those chops.

Costumes for Your Fantasy World Getaway

Escaping into a fantasy world is a great way to get whisked away from the worries and concerns of living in the 21st century. For many folks, delving into a good book or watching a completely absorbing movie is the perfect way to spend a few hours in an alternate reality. You can take your passion for the pretend one step further by dressing up as a character from your unreal utopia. In February, 2011, Vanity Fair magazine asked readers which fantasy world they’d most like to visit.

Stairs and Steps on the Silver Screen

Think of a good movie and chances are stairs have played a prominent role at some point in the film. Here are three of the greatest films that feature stairs.

Lets Catch Up With Jack Bauer in 24 – Day 1

But why should you spend your weekend catching up on a show that has ended. What is it about 24 that you must see when there are more current shows on television today? To answer this question we will take you back to the 80s and nineties, back to the days of classic shows like Dallas, Falcon Crest, Dynasty and others. To this day we still want to know who killed JR in Dallas. It was an unforgettable drama and few have ever come close to it until the arrival of 24.

Janala – Bengali Movie Review

At the centre of Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s Janala (Window) is a young couple, Bimal (Indraneil Sengupta) and Meera (Swastika Mukherjee) who decide to get married upon learning that Meera’s pregnant. Bimal and Meera are very much in love and can’t look beyond each other.

End of The Rainbow at Trafalgar Studios London West End

End of The Rainbow is playing at Trafalgar Studios in London. The show returns to the West End stage in Peter Quilter’s play based on the later life of Judy Garland. Directed by the multi celebrated award winning Terry Johnson, End Of The Rainbow received 5 star reviews and nightly standing ovations on its pre London run.

3 Idiots Review

At the heart of it 3 Idiots is a fun-filled ride that two friends, Raju and Farhaan, undertake to find a missing college mate. But 3 Idiots isn’t merely about this journey; it’s about a bigger adventure called life. The leading actors–Aamir Khan, Madhavan and Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and Kareena Kapoor all are in top-notch form. It’s fun to watch Boman Irani outdo Munnabhai MBBS…