Acting – Who’s Who?

An article about who’s who in the acting business and how they affect an actor’s career.

Acting – The Casting Process

An article about how the casting process works.

Acting – Method Acting

An article on method acting.

Acting And Reality

An article about the fine line between acting and reality and how to make a realistic performance interesting.

Acting – Cold Reading

An article on the art of cold reading for a part.

Acting – Getting Started

An article on how to get started in the acting business.

Twelve Simple Rules for Sucking Less Than ‘Eight Simple Rules’

America is a country of sitcom watchers. We all like a nice chuckle now and again, but unfortunately the good shows are outnumbered, outgunned, overwhelmed, and often obliterated by the bad. In an effort to stem the tide of inane, sugary pap gushing down our satellite feeds, here are a dozen ways to improve the average — and significantly below-average; I’m looking at you, ‘Yes, Dear’ — situational comedy.

The Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Review

One of the great children’s classics by C.S. Lewis, is brought to the screen in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Set in wartime England, its plot has the four Pevensie children sent out of London for their safety. They end up in the country house of the eccentric Prof. Digory Kirke, and like all children removed from their usual source of fun and amusement, they’re bored, bored, bored.

London Caterers Provide Special Delivery To The Big Brother House!

When Channel 4 wanted to reward and excite the Big Brother contestants with a gala dinner who did they call?

The 20 Movies to Look Out For in 2006

After a bombardment of Year End lists, it’s high time to have a look at the movies that will shape your moviegoing in 2006.

How to Put Movies On Your PSP

I am going to give you my quick and easy recipe for putting movies and video on your PSP. There are only a few steps and it is a cinch on you know how.

Brokeback Mountain? Broken Promises Mountain — more like it

Brokeback Mountain falls short of depicting strong men.