Celebrate Black History Month With Satellite TV

February is Black History Month, and people everywhere are celebrating by tuning in to satellite TV to watch films that portray some of the most trying and also most proud moments of black Americans. There are many films out there that have won critical acclaim and also won the hearts of millions through their portrayal of the struggle and triumph of Black Americans living in the United States. Here are just a few great films on satellite TV that you can share with your children or watch with your friends to get a glimpse of black history as portrayed by Hollywood.

7 Khoon Maaf Movie Review 2011

7 Khoon Maaf is an action thriller genre by adaption maestro Vishal Bhardwaj, Movie is based on a book “Susanna`s Seven Husband”. Vishal had always mesmerized the audience by sheer screenplay and power pack performances in ‘Omkara’ and ‘Kamine’. 7 Khoon Maaf is a story revolves around the character Susanna Anna Marie Johannes lead by Priyanka Chopra who married to seven times during tenure of 35 years.

Enjoying Outdoor Movies In Denver

Summer is the perfect season for watching an outdoor movie at either day or night. They can also be watched on fall or winter nights, making a perfect pastime during days and nights of almost every season.

The Razzies

The world has its fair share of award functions and glitzy world of glamour. But this is not without some of the most unique and unusual award ceremonies.

10 Fun Episodes To Watch From Dora The Explorer Season 5

Dora The Explorer is an animated television series on Nickelodeon which features the adventures of Dora, a seven year-old girl who embarks on a trip in every episode in order to find something or help somebody. If you are a Dora fan, here are 10 episodes to watch from Dora The Explorer Season 5 which aired between the 2008 and 2010 seasons.

World Cinema Classics – Gone With The Wind (1939)

A masterpiece by Victor Fleming featuring vivacious Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, George Reeves, Fred Crane A love story affected by the Civil war. But it is just the backdrop as there is so much more to this all time great classic. So much has been written about this movie that there is hardly anything you write won’t seem cliched! So this piece contains an account of personal likes and observations.

Bangkok Girl: What’s In A Smile?

After the first few minutes into the film I realized this wasn’t your typical big budget, Michael Moore style, doc about global macro world issues. However Clark, with his low budget quality, gives us a film that is free flowing and spontaneous with scenes that are often missing from many higher profile docs.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps – Sells Short On Story, But Shows Potential Growth

Directed by Oliver Stone Oliver Stone’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is really a film that came out about a year too late. As America bickers over the methods and strategies of economic recovery we are just now coming into the full scope of what took place during the economic meltdown in 2008.

The Dude Is A Dud

The Big Lebowski 1998 Directed by Joel Coen Written by Joel and Ethan Coen “The dude abides” is the credo that has led this cult classic for more than ten years running now and it wasn’t until just this past July that I finally sat down to the Big Lebowski. Now after reading this one may get the sense that I really have something against the Coens I mean after all my first article bashed the one film that gave these indisputably talented filmmakers their first oscar.

Inception: One Simple Idea, Quite Simply A Masterpiece

In a story, and more often screenwriting, writers have a concept they refer to as the “controlling idea”. This is an idea that boils down all the complexity of a movie down to one idea, one sentence.

Tumble Down the Rabbit Hole

Based on a play by David Lindsay-Abaire, Rabbit Hole is one of those films where big stars play regular people. They scream, they shout, they cry and they smile like everyone else and before you know they manage to seep into your system and completely engross you.

Saluting India’s Most Experimental Hero

As Kamal Hassan enters his fifth decade in the business, let’s take a look at his film industry journey. A veteran of over 163 films, Kamal Hassan has long been considered one of the greatest that ever were. Known for his dedication to the craft the actor has portrayed varied roles that range from classic leading man to comedian sidekick.