My Top Six Favorite War Movies

There have been too many good war movies over the years to count. Here are my top 6.

Self Cultivation in “Kung Fu Panda”

“Kung Fu panda” shows that foreign countries have realized the self-cultivation is one most important part of Chinese culture, and they even have a black belt in Chinese culture that Chinese culture is reserved which is completely different from that of other culture. There is a shot that Wu Gui master predicted that Tai Lang would come back, he would destroy the Peace Valley and took away the dragon scroll to become the dragon warrior, when he told this news to Shi fu, Shi fu became very nervous, Wu gui master asked him to calm down and let…

Are People Really Watching Hulu? Distribution is a Dirty Little Business

As an indie producer I cannot afford to give away free content that takes hard work, time, and money to create. There are no advertising dollars being deposited in my bank account to balance out the costs, pay people, and earn a living.

What If There Was a Remake of the Graduate?

“The Graduate” is one of those iconic movies, deemed untouchable by many. But what if someone decided to give us a remake of “The Graduate” who would they cast in those pivotal characters of Benjamin Braddock, Mrs. Robinson and her daughter Elaine.

The Uses and Abuses of Television

When Baird invented the television it is unlikely that he had imagined the scope of its use. The fascination of the small screen knows no bars of race, sex, caste or creed. Television has gained such heights of popularity that for a very large number of people it has become an essential part of their lives.

A Baker’s Dozen Feel-Good Movies – Good Medicine for You!

Whenever the good-for-you remedies are just too overwhelming, it’s time pull out the big, goofy guns. It is said that there is at least one special cheer-up movie for each of us.

Online Movies Revolutionize the Viewing Experience.

Marketing data confirm what every stay-at-home viewer already suspected: The majority of Americans will invest time and money going out to a movie only for a truly buzz-worthy, genuine and certified, bona fide blockbuster-a movie that is absolutely and non-negotiably “must-see…right now!” In a year distinguished by some truly fine “indie” and art house films, and in a season marked by movie producers’ marketing machines running in overdrive, 2010 has generated remarkably few big hits. In fact, market trends show that the Grand Canyon between the big films and the flops yawns ever wider. “Toy Story 3” is the season’s runaway winner, but several other heavily marketed Disney offerings have gone straight to video, complete box-office disasters.

Movies on DVD – War of the Worlds (2005)

There have been several adaptations of H.G. Wells’ classic “War of the Worlds”. In 2005, Steven Spielberg tried again with his version of War of the Worlds. It stars Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Miranda Otto, Justin Chatwin, and Tim Robbins.

The Most Influential Boxing Movies From the Past 50 Years

Throughout the years we have been privileged to see some amazing boxing films. These are some of the best.

The Worst Reviewed Movies Ever and Their Plots

This article is about some of the worst reviewed movies of the past few years and what they are actually about. The article body connects to the keywords because sometimes Hollywood film makers try to give out promotional gifts to get good reviews.

Episode Review of The Office

This article is a plot summary of one of the episodes of the NBC comedy show, The Office. The article body connects to the keywords because the episode partially deals with a gift given to the people on the show by the corporate branch of their company Dunder Mifflin Paper.

Popcorn Movies – What Are Popcorn Movies?

There are some pairs that seem to be made for each other for example politics and corruption, peanut butter and jelly and so on and the best one that suits this category is popcorn and movies. Popcorn movies are those that seem to be left incomplete without a barrel of popcorn. The history of popcorn movies goes back to the times when it didn’t make such a difference if the person sitting next to you talked throughout the movie because that was the only best thing that you could listen to at that particular time.