‘Finding Nemo 3D’ Is A Must See

The film that earned Pixar its first Oscar for best animated feature and the fourth-highest grossing animated movie ever, ‘Finding Nemo’ aims to delight fans once again, only this time in 3-D. The original film was released in 2003 and now 9 years later, the 3-D version offers young viewers their first chance to see it on the big screen and older fans the chance to rediscover the classic. Visually stunning in 2-D, “Finding Nemo” is a perfect film for 3-D.

Milla Jovovich Takes on More Zombies in “Resident Evil: Retribution”

Milla Jovovich has taken on some very memorable roles in her movie career, which began at the tender age of nine. Among them are turns in the cult hit “Dazed and Confused” as Michelle Burroughs and in “The Fifth Element” as Leeloo, opposite Bruce Willis. Despite her admirable resume, she is probably best known for her work as Alice in all of the “Resident Evil” films.

Once Smitten Twice High

‘Once’ is low budget ( shot for 130,000 euros), stars two musicians as opposed to actors (Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova), was filmed in just 17 days,  has semi-improvised dialogue and a plot you could sketch out on the back of a postage stamp: in other words, a recipe for a full blown disaster. I sat down to watch this with absolutely no expectations whatsoever and yet, by the end, I had been entranced by some of the best naturalistic performances I had ever seen and a film which truly got to grips with how music is created and what it means to people.

The “Curse of Chucky”: A Doll’s Life

When wounded cinematic serial killer Charles Lee Ray used voodoo magic to transfer his soul into a redheaded doll, a film franchise was born. The first “Child’s Play” movie came out more than 20 years ago, spawned four sequels, and inspired a forthcoming reboot of sorts titled “Curse of Chucky.” The new entry seeks to return Chucky to the bleak, violent roots of the first films and move him away from the campy comedy aspects of the latter films.

The Dirty Picture (2011) – Hindi Movie Review

The article is a review of Hindi Bollywood movie “The Dirty Picture” starring Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi, Naseeruddin Shah in the lead role. This movie was released on 2 December 2011.

Five Good Movies: A Movie List for Work-At-Home Dads

A list of movies meant for work-at-home dads. This article discusses five of the best movies that spotlight the role and importance of dads.

Barfi! – Watch Ranbir Kapoor At His Very Best!

Anurag Basu’s ‘Barfi’ is the celebration of life. ‘Barfi!’ is the story of Murphy (lovingly referred to as Barfi by the people) who has a speech and hearing disability and lives every single day of his life to the fullest! With Barfi, Anurag Basu has successfully shown us an amazing story of a deaf-and-dumb man and an autistic girl without the support of loud background scores and other means and has also got the audiences’ involved in the proceedings.

5 Reasons to Adore The Muppets (2011)

The whole repackaging of the Muppets was indeed memorable, and every element of the Muppet universe was present, all the past glories which left an indelible mark on kids growing up in the 70’s and 80’s. Here’s a rundown of the five…

Game of Thrones Series Review (Contains Spoilers of Both Season 1 and 2)

The Game of Thrones series is based on the bookseries written by George R.R Martin, who by now can be named as a literate mastermind, his series have been keeping several internet communties active just by figuring out all the connections his books contain. Even after re-reading the books three times you will still be able to find new connections and clues about what might be coming for the following season. Just a kind advice for all of you who decided to read this regardless of the spoiler advice, George R.R Martin really likes to kill people, so do not get attached to a main actor. In this article we will be discussing several characters from my persective from both the books and the series although this article will be mostly series based.

Sathyam Cinemas: Chennai’s Entertainment Hub

Learn more about why Sathyam Cinemas is called Chennai’s favorite movie hangout for families and teenagers alike. From latest entertainment technologies to customer care facilities, from convenient booking options to social networking – here’s what makes Sathyam Cinemas a complete cinematic experience.

The Love Story in the Movie Gone With the Wind

The history of literature witnesses many beautiful love stories portrayed in classic novels. However, the affair between Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler in the everlasting work of art Gone with the Wind was like no other.

Review – “The Last Days Of Pompeii” 1913

Suppose you enjoyed a place so wonderful that you never imagined it to suddenly disappear forever, it was a story only those that survived could tell. It was also a love story that turned out differently for the better.