A Detailed Review of Disney’s “The Lone Ranger” 2013
To an American population inured to violence, sex, and morbidity, the new 2013 Disney movie, “The Lone Ranger” might be compellingly entertaining and culturally redeeming, but I think otherwise. Moreover, I think that if Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels saw the movie today, they would turnover in their graves and with their thumbs definitely down. A detailed review of The Lone Ranger” follows.Five of the Funniest Actresses Working in Hollywood Today
For far too long, the conventional wisdom in Hollywood was that women either weren’t as funny as men, or weren’t funny at all. Over the years, a cadre of funny women have worked hard to prove that myth wrong, and the blockbuster success of movies like 2011’s “Bridesmaids” helped dispel it altogether. Today, there are more than a few funny ladies delivering big belly laughs in Hollywood.Addiction and Dependency – The 2nd Phase of Managing Fame and Dealing With Celebrity
There are 4 phases of managing fame when you deal with celebrity, love/hate, dependency, acceptance/adaption and empowerment. This article delves into the addiction/dependency phase and offers empowering tips.Game of Thrones Taps Into Our Violent DNA and We Love It
In this article, the author expresses his enjoyment of the HBO series Game of Thrones. He discusses the violence of the series and how that violence taps into our own human nature and desire to witness violent acts.“20 FEET FROM STARDOM” – A New Film Report
Welcome To Backup Groups! This is a wonderful movie about women- mostly black, young, trained in churches–who formed the backup groups that sang behind such stars as Bruce Springstein, Mick Jagger, Sting, Stevie Wonder– and more stars, who weren’t interviewed for this movie. All of these stars provide interesting insights into how these “abilitied” gals never made it to the big time spotlight.Superman the Hero Vs The Man of Steel Creature Doomsday
Superman is a comic book hero who has a wide variety of tremendous powers. He uses these skills to keep the peace in the city of Metropolis, primarily – although his domain of protection extends across the entire planet earth. He uses his powers to fight for what is right on his adopted planet, even though he is said to have come from the planet Krypton.Fame: A Love – Hate Relationship – The 1st Phase of Dealing With Celebrity
There are 4 phases of managing fame when you deal with celebrity, love/hate, dependency, acceptance/adaption and empowerment. This article delves into the love/hate phase and offers empowering tips.DCs Greatest Hero Superman – The Man of Tomorrow
On November 18, 1992, the comic-book world lived one of the most important days in its history. In fact; it was one of the best comics ever written in any genre. The battle of Superman versus Doomsday was particularly good for me, since I’m the biggest Kal-El fan there is.Is Johnny Depp Today’s Biggest Movie Star?
Johnny Depp has emerged as one of the world’s biggest stars in part due to his consistent ability to please audiences around the globe. Depp has almost made sunglasses a repeated and key part of his look. If you have sunglasses that are scratched or damaged, then don’t despair, get the lenses replaced! Then you can get back to looking as good as Johnny Depp!The Man From Nowhere (2010) Film Review
The Man from Nowhere is a South Korean Action Crime Thriller film starring Won Bin and directed by Lee Jeong-Beom. It was released in Korean theaters in 2010 and was a big hit at the box office.Dementia 13 (1963) Movie Review
Dementia 13 is a 1963 low-budget horror film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It was his first film he directed and was produced by Roger Corman. It stars most notably, Patrick Magee from “A Clockwork Orange”. The other actors involved in Dementia 13 are William Campbell and Luana Anders.Acceptance and Adaption: The 3rd Phase of Managing Fame and Dealing With Celebrity
There are 4 phases of managing fame when you deal with celebrity, love/hate, dependency, acceptance and adaption and empowerment. This article delves into the acceptance/adaption phase and offers empowering tips.