1960’s Christmas Movies: 4 Classic Cartoons
The 1960’s brought us many classic cartoons with Christmas themes. Every year children and adults alike look forward to watching some of the Christmas cartoons from the 1960’s.Hallmark Christmas Movies on TV – Grab a Hanky!
This article is a review of two Hallmark Christmas movies from TV – The Christmas Box and the Timepiece.Stranger Than Fiction
Exploring the movie Stranger Than Fiction and the important questions it raises in how we live our lives.Put These 5 Films Together and Spell Terrible 5 Times
Here are five more movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Love Letters, Monster-in-Law (with Jennifer Lopez, Michael Vartan and Jane Fonda), The Fast Runner (about Eskimo life and culture on the tundra in Alaska), Myths and Logic of Shaolin Kung Fu, and Myra Breckenridge (with Raquel Welch).Another 5 Movies You Think Would Be Better Than They Are
Here are another five movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Gods and Generals (with Robert Duvall, Jeff Daniels and Stephen Lang), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie), Just Like Heaven (with Reese Witherspoon), Miracle (the U. S. Hockey Team victory at the 1980 Olympic Games), and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (with Kate Hudson).Five Average Movies That Are Worth a Look, But Only Once
Here are five movies that are worth a look, but only once. All five get my average rating; they include The Bourne Supremacy (with Matt Damon), Catch Me If You Can (with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks), The Breakfast Club (with Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy), The Christmas Child, and Arsenic and Old Lace (with a very young Cary Grant).Cheap DVDs – A Guide to Getting the Best Possible Price
Never pay full price for a DVD again! 3 simple techniques can help you save 50% or more on every DVD you buy.Da Vinci: Can You Decipher The Secret Code?
The international bestseller (The Da Vinci Code) by Dan Brown, has not only raised countless eyebrows, but could possibly make the Pope kick out a stain glass window! The thriller was extremely enjoyable to watch and it does prove digging back in the past, can be intriguing. I also like do do some research of my own and I think you will find this article enlightening.Interview With “Aurora Borealis” Director James Burke
“This film is about a 25-year-old man who grew up in Minneapolis, still lives there and has been in a state of arrested development because his father died 10 years before. He can’t keep a job. His friends make fun of him, and he still lives in his home town. You might say he’s a bit of a slacker,” says James Burke, director of “Aurora Borealis.”Addicted to House
A thoroughly gripping medical drama, House.Reality Bites: The Cynical Underpinning of Reality TV
From “Survivor” to “The Amazing Race,” from “The Apprentice” to “Runway,” the ugly truth is that, far from being a competition in which the best contestant wins.Five More Movies You Think Would Be Better Than They Are
Here are five more movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Imagine Me & You, Down With Love (with Renee Zellweger), In Good Company, It Runs in the Family (with Michael Dougles and Kirk Douglas) and Laws of Attraction (with Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore).