Seeing the Big Picture at Austin’s IMAX Theater

If you want to see a plain, old movie, you can find any number of theaters playing all sorts of mainstream films throughout Austin. Action, horror, romance and drama are only a short walk, bus ride or car trip away. But if you want to see a movie the most engrossing way, check out Austin’s IMAX Theater!

500 Days of Summer, A Romantic Time Machine

In a fast paced world ruled by the digital media, where people are trained to seek and expect instant gratification, it’s nice to be reminded of the traditional route that romance once took. 500 Days Of Summer is a romantic movie that portrays the developing relationship between Tom, a hopelessly romantic greeting card writer, and Summer, his girlfriend.

Homecoming Film Review

Homecoming is a film that delves into the angst created by the dissolution and creation of relationships. A genre that dwells on the inner feelings we all experience when a relationship that we are involved in ends, and the dormant feelings of jealousy we can experience when a former dating or marriage partner has moved into a new relationship.

Alan Rickman As Severus Snape in the New Harry Potter Film

Becoming a rather successful, and an emblem of the film industry later Alan Rickman was born on 21st February 1946 in Hammersmith, London. Belonging to a middles-class family, Alan struggled throughout his life with his academics, taking up responsibilities for a father-less family whilst maintaining an equal balance between his errands and desires.

Mail DVD Rentals – Watch the Movies You Like

Renting a movie was the easiest way to watch a movie in peace and the quietude of your home without needing to spend a fortune on the cost of the movie. However, it is not easy to watch the movie of your choice through traditional rentals and you may be mostly compelled to watch movies that are on offer at the rental store than watching what you want.

Wizards of Waverly Place, The Movie – The Magic Continues

Wizards, vampires, werewolves and other supernatural beings are the most popular themes in the movies today. Best selling books and blockbuster movies like Twilight and the Harry Potter series are the few examples of these. Magical characters plus the power of advance technology makes this kind of movies a real treat to younger audiences.

Harry Potter and the Half-Hearted Film

I remember my first Harry Potter film. Before me on the screen, the amazing book was translated in all its beauty. Even the music was true to my expectations, as I cried with joy to see and hear JK Rowling’s masterpiece brought to life on screen.

How to Get TV Channels on My PC – 4 Top Resources

TV on PC is one of the most exciting technologies of our time. Join the millions who are using TV on their PCs today.

“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” – A Film Reflection

Prior to seeing this movie, I was already somewhat enchanted with it, because Brad Pitt is in it, and I have enjoyed his work since first seeing him in “Thelma and Louise.” After observing his talents in various other movies, including “Seven Years in Tibet,” “Fight Club,” “Babel” and “The Mexican,” and because Cate Blanchett is one of our best living actresses, and F. Scott Fitzgerald was one of America’s best writers ever, how could “Benjamin Button” NOT be good?

“The Wrestler” – A Film Reflection

Mickey Rourke is most of the most fascinating actors out there to me, because he’s a former pretty boy who went into boxing and had his face beaten up almost beyond recognition. Thus, he was perfectly cast for his role as Randy “The Ram” Robinson in “The Wrestler,” a washed-up guy who in 1989, performed at Madison Square Garden and now, 20 years later, is lucky to play to an audience in a venue the size of your local Elks Lodge. He can barely scrape his rent together and is locked out of his trailer by an annoyed landlord; and yet he spends the money from his latest fight on performance enhancement drugs, a hair bleaching treatment and a tanning session.

Bedtime Stories – Blu Ray Review

There once was a bedtime story about falling gum balls and a underestimated guy who got a shot at doing something he loved. But what if it happens in real life the next morning too? Bedtime stories is the newest Adam Sandler comedy that answers that question and goes a bit into fantasy in the progress.

Captivating Reality

Reality television has emerged as a hugely popular genre of television shows. Over the past decade or so more and more reality shows have been created, tapping into practically every area of life possible. Now there are shows that follow strangers as they are forced to live together, competitions pitting everyone from clothing designers to chefs against one another, and reality shows that examine the lives of unique people.