Leonardo DiCaprio on “Django Unchained”
Holiday blockbuster “Django Unchained” from director Quentin Tarantino opened to rave reviews and big numbers in the box office. In the film, acclaimed actor Leonardo DiCaprio fills the role of a cruel slave owner, who epitomizes the worst of the slave trade seen before the Civil War. DiCaprio recently told the TODAY show that he was “uncomfortable,” during some scenes in the movie, depicting a character he described as “the most deplorable human being” he had ever seen in a screenplay.How Much Product Placement Is Enough?
Money has become the single driving force for most of us in the world. Every single cent earned is that much more that can be spent on the luxuries we all desire. Over the past few years product placement has taken a large jump for companies as a way to raise revenue even more.Tron: Uprising Soundtrack Release
The soundtrack for the Disney XD animated series TRON: Uprising will be released by Walt Disney Records in digital format on January 8, 2013, according to an announcement by the company. The TRON: Uprising soundtrack will be released only in digital format and includes 16 tracks composed for the series by Joseph Trapanese, along with remixes by David Hiller, 3OH!3 and Opiuo and a new song called “Rezolution” from Hollywood Records recording artist Cole Plante.The Best Performances in Superhero Movies
Superhero movies are stunning when they’re done right. An actor who gets the character’s attributes correct can make or break an entire film franchise. Fans know what they want, and delivering anything other than an excellent portrayal of a hero isn’t good enough.Movie Review: “Saw III”
A movie review for the film, Saw III. The horror/crime/thriller was directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. It has a rating of R.Vegas With Dennis Quaid
“Vegas” is Dennis Quaid’s entrance into television after 67 movie roles. The show is based in 1960, when Las Vegas had been built 14 years earlier and is in the hands of gangsters.What Movies Say and What You Should Know
The declaration of war against terror has spread in the hearts of many Americans. The movies of Hollywood support the subject and in almost every movie, of course with a few exceptions. Back in the 70’s and 80’s, action movies were all about the cold war. Even when the cold war was over, movies were still being produced. Some movies came out this year and they still talk about a war that has long ended and perhaps never existed.Kristen Stewart: “I Don’t Care” About Haters
Hollywood stars are generally no strangers to scandal and critique. Some actors, however, find that certain roles or series attract particularly strong reactions, some of them negative, and that the public hatred of their characters can spill over onto them. This public enmity can be made worse if the celebrities in question also have personal lives that do not stand up to the critical gaze of a negative audience.Movie Review: “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
After the extraordinary commercial success of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, it was unsurprising that the movie industry wanted to further capitalize on the fantasy works of renowned author J.R.R. Tolkien. The three-movie adaption of Tolkien’s famous trilogy of books generated almost $3 billion in revenue and earned eleven Oscars for “The Return of the King,” the final movie in the series. “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is the cinematic successor of the “Rings” franchise, although the events in this new movie take place before the events in the “Rings” trilogy.Harry Potter’s Books and Christianity
Many Christian have been criticizing the Harry Potter books written by J.K. Rowling. This is mainly because of the use of magic in these books. The Christians are often complaining that the Harry Potter books are totally incompatible with Christianity but rather have the implicit Christian messages. They usually compare the Potter books with the Namia series written by C.C. Lewis all works filled with the Christian themes to a certain degree.Less Known Facts About James Bond
Originally created by the famous writer Ian Fleming in the year 1953, James Bond, is a fictional character who was featured in two short story collections as well as twelve novels. Following the death of Fleming in 1964, six other authors have been writing the authorized Bond novels: these authors include Jeffery Deaver, Sebastian Faulks, Raymond Benson, John Gardner, Christopher Wood, as well as Kinsley Amis. Besides, there is a new James Bond’s novel which was written by William Boyd; it is planned to be released in 2013.The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of “Django Unchained”
Last night, I used my free ticket to see “Django Unchained.” It’s an entertaining movie.