The Lone Ranger: An Action-Packed, Fun Film to Watch

I went to see the Lone Ranger this weekend and, I must confess, initially, my thoughts were not only little bias, but skeptical as well. After all, as a kid growing up during the 60’s, not only did I watch the animated Saturday morning series aired from September 1966 to September 1969, but the 1950’s black and white series featuring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels during the afternoons. The reason for my skepticism was simple, at least to me.

Unmasking Actor Armie Hammer

One day, he’s playing the most famous twins since the Olsens in 2010’s “The Social Network.” A few short years later, he’s starring opposite Johnny Depp in the title role of 2013’s “The Lone Ranger.” Young actor Armie Hammer might not have many big- and little-screen credits to his name quite yet, but his success over the past few years show he’s an up-and-coming force to be reckoned with.

Celebrity: How to Cope When Everybody Wants You

Managing fame and celebrity is a tricky business. You get demands from everyone for your time and attention. You start to feel you are not in control of the decisions about your life, and feel you are losing control. This article will give you tips and tools to set and manage personal and professional boundaries.

My 5 Favorite Hans Zimmer Scores

The score of a movie is an incredibly important aspect of a film that goes unnoticed by many people, but is subconsciously vital to their appreciation of the movie. As far as composers go, Hans Zimmer is by far my favorite. His scores brilliantly accent aspects of the film that always make me appreciate a great movie even more.

A Good Day to Die Hard Movie Review

I have always been a fan of the Die Hard movies. I loved the first one, found the two sequels that followed equally exciting and enjoyable to watch, and was pleasently surprised with how good the fourth outing of John McClane turned out. The fifth installment however is a completely different story.

No Retreat No Surrender Movie Review

No Retreat, No Surrender can proudly hold its head up high and say that it is a cult classic! Coming from the shadows of 1980’s martial arts B movies, this is a shining light of cheesey martial arts nonsense that seemed to take on a life of their own in the 80’s. The story is about a young man named Jason who idolizes Bruce Lee.

The Biggest Blockbusters of June 2013

June is usually a calm month when it comes to films. Hollywood production houses release the biggest films in May when kids first get out of school and at the beginning of July to take advantage of the holiday weekend. June of 2013 was different thanks to two big films: “Man of Steel” and “Monsters University.

Thoughts on Going to the Movies

People seem to think that cynicism indicates intelligence, and those people trip all over themselves to make sure that the world sees how jaded they are. This article is about bringing fun back to the movies.

Top 10 Best Movies of All Time

Today thousands of movies are produced all over the world but how many are really remembered by us? Not many of them compared to the ones we remember which were created in the twentieth century. Here we present Top 10 Best Movies of All Time, which have been appreciated by one and all till date.

Bullet to the Head (2013) Movie Review

Bullet to the Head is an action film, written by Alessandro Camon and directed by Walter Hill. The movie is based on Alexis Nolent’s French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete. It was released in 2012 in Europe and in 2013 in the USA. Bullet to the Head stars Sylvester Stallone as the main character, James Bonomo who is a hitman. Christian Slater, Jon Seda, Sung Kang, Jason Momoa, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, and Sarah Shahi are the supporting actors. The movie has a running time of 91 minutes.

These Guys Will Crack You Up: Funnymen On the Big Screen

The last decade has been witness to a comedy revival of sorts in Hollywood. A new batch of comedic superstars has hit the scene. Instead of simply being actors who say funny lines, this talented group is heavily involved in the writing and production stages of their movies and television shows.

The Superman Man of Steel Creature in Comic Book Lore

If you haven’t heard of the Death of superman, then you’ve probably been living under a rock made of Kryptonite, where the news of Superman’s demise wouldn’t have penetrated. In 1993, the boys down there at Detective Comics made the executive decision to kill off the most powerful character in comic-dom. His death sent shockwaves through the comic book fanboy community, along with critics who praised the forceful nature of Superman versus Doomsday as rendered in the graphic novel.