Great Movies for Guys to Enjoy Over and Over

A number of movies are made specifically for girls’ nights. They usually follow a basic formula, and they star a few famous women and a handful of handsome men. When they end, you can typically be assured that everything will work out well for the lead characters and everyone will live happily ever after.

Film Review: Insidious Chapter 2

The second instalment of the Insidious franchise picks up where the first film left off. Revisiting the haunted Lambert family, the film deals with the aftermath of the family’s encounter with the dark spirit dimension known as The Further.

Five Amazing Chick Flicks

Women love them, men fear them, and Hollywood keeps on making them better and better. Chick flicks are those sappy movies that are best watched with a glass of wine and a box of tissues. Most women have seen the classic chick flicks that include “Dirty Dancing,” “Pretty Woman,” and “Ghost,” but many others are just as amazing although not as well known.

Format for Writing a Screenplay – What You Need to Know

What format for writing a screenplay is one of the major stumblingly blocks of the budding writer. But it doesn’t have to be, as there are numerous scriptwriting aids, downloadable information and examples available, in all aspects of screenplay writing. Why then, you may ask, are questions still being asked on the web.

The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) – Audience Review

Movie review of the 2007 film, The Bourne Ultimatum. The movie is a novel adaptation, originally written by Robert Ludlum.

Jake Gyllenhaal: A Biography

With the September 20, 2013, release of “Prisoners,” fans are lining up to find out everything they can about one of the film’s lead actors, Jake Gyllenhaal. The American actor has roots that are firmly planted in the film industry. He was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1980.

“ENOUGH SAID” – A New Film Report

There used to be a saw about a great actor–“You could put him on the stage and shine a spot light on him with a phone book to read–and he could hold audiences’ attention and maybe even get some to cry.” That’s the kind of presence that James Gandolfini displays as we take note of him in the movie “ENOUGH SAID”–as the divorced, single dad, Albert, getting set to send his daughter off to college.

Jon Jones Vs UFC Fighter Gustafsson

Jon Jones vs Alexander Gustafsson finally agreed to meet and dance for the UFC 165 promotion in Toronto, which took place this past Saturday September 21st to the dismay of fans, many of whom thought Jon Bones Jones would be facing Anderson Silva in a superfight before the year is over. But with Silva losing in spectacular fashion to number-one contender Chris Weidman, that bout is apparently on hold until – and unless – the Spider can reclaim his throne. In the meantime, I what was an absolute war of attrition, champion UFC Light Heavyweight Jon “Bones” Jones…

“Prisoners” Is a Dark, Tense Film That Marks a Career High for Jackman and Gyllenhaal

Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) is a God-fearing family man from Small Town, U.S.A. who believes in hard work and preparing for disaster. His basement is full of canned goods and vaguely militaristic equipment that is the hallmark of the doomsday “preppers” who are all over the reality television landscape.

Family Relations With De Niro and Pfeiffer

Some movies offer an award-winning combination of plot, dialogue, and acting that raises the film from being simply another bit of entertainment fare to a piece of art. Others, though, have to rely heavily on one or two of those three elements to avoid losing the audience’s attention. While “The Family” has plenty of plot and good, steady dialogue to keep things interesting, the acting sets it apart, especially the onscreen relationship between acting heavyweights Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Enough Said – Movie Review

Julia Louis-Dreyfus offers a sweet and vulnerable performance as a neurotic masseuse in Nicole Holofcener’s new comedy “Enough Said.” The late James Gandolfini plays her love interest, Albert, a huge lovable teddy bear-type with a sweet nature, but an assortment of minor imperfections. Their individual quirks play nicely off each other and soon the odd couple seems fairly well suited until the inevitable rom-com breakup.

“Insidious: Chapter 2” Is Just As Creepy and Otherworldly As the Original

The first “Insidious” was fairly inventive with its premise of an alternate plane called the Further where demons exist. These demons have the ability to cross over into the human realm, and a few humans also have the ability to cross over into the demon realm. Two of those humans are harried father Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) and his comatose son Dalton (Ty Simpkins).