15 Great Family Movies!

Very few people don’t love getting comfortable and watching a good movie. When you’re a parent it’s even more enjoyable to see your children get excited as well. Movies are great because they appeal to people of all walks of life. Whether your into magic, adventure or cartoons, there is a movie out there for everyone.

Getting Ready for the New Superman Movie

With the upcoming Superman movie produced by film-maker Zach Snyder, searches for the Man of Steel are currently at an all-time high. Since the movie-adapted comic book versions of some of DC rival Marvel Comics’ greatest superheroes have blown away the box office, it isn’t a leap to think that the greatest hero of them all will reign supreme once tickets go on sale.

GI Joe Retaliation Film Review

Almost a year after G.I. Joe Retaliation was supposed to be released due to the film being made into 3D, it’s finally hit the screen. However was the long wait worth it? Following previous film The Rise of the Cobra, many of G.I. Joe’s heroes are brutally killed by a military strike. The US President is the only person capable of such an attack, so why has he made the order?

Why New Media Is Important

New Media is defined as content delivered via the internet on demand. Podcasts, Web Series, and even Blogs are considered New Media.

Review of “The Call”

“The Call” is an American thriller film that stars Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin, and it was directed by Brad Anderson. Its plot revolves around a 911 operator taking a call from a teenage girl whose life is in danger. The screenwriter of the “The Call,” Richard D’Ovidio, first came up with a script centered on the life of a 911 operator after listening to a radio interview.

Movie Review – Danny Boyle’s Trance Thrills and Confuses

In Trance, James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson, and Vincent Cassel try to untangle a web of false memories and lies. Shocking, vibrant, and ultimately confusing, this psychological thriller fails to deliver.

Which March Movies Are Worth the Watch?

March 2013 saw the release of many great movies, but if you are like most people, you do not have time to see them all. There are a few, however, that may be worth your viewing time. Depending on which genre you prefer, you are sure to find a flick on this list that you’ll want to see in a theater or when it comes out on DVD.

Atlas Shrugged Part 2 – Movie Review

Film review of Atlas Shrugged Part 2. This is an opinion review and contains no spoilers.

“Parenthood” Show Raises Awareness of AS

In the last few decades, movies and TV shows portraying children and adults with autism spectrum and other disorders have spread a greater public awareness of the issues families of those with special needs have to face. NBC’s hit show ‘Parenthood,’ which aired three years ago, is just one of a number of movies and TV shows which have striven to create awareness about these real and challenging neurological disorders since the 80s.

Nicole Kidman Biography

Nicole Mary Kidman was born in Hawaii on June 20, 1967, to Australian parents. At that time, Kidman’s parents were temporarily residing in the United States for educational purposes. Because Kidman was born in the United States, she received American citizenship in addition to the Australian citizenships received through her parents.

Movie Review: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013)

Rating: PG-13 Length: 100 minutes Release Date: March 15, 2013 Directed by: Don Scardino Genre: Comedy “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” is a light comedy that pokes fun at magicians. The cast has a number of recognizable names: Steve Carell, Jim Carrey, Steve Buscemi, Alan Arkin, James Gandolfini, and Olivia Wilde. Reminiscent of “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” it is packed with hilarious gags and is consistently funny.

Will Hindi Songs Of 2013 Bollywood Sequels Recreate The Magic Of Earlier Releases?

Remember movies like Aashiqui, Krrish, and Dhoom? These movies became very popular amongst the masses for not just the story but also for well-composed and soulful Hindi songs. The success of a movie often depends on the quality of its music.