“Dead Man” – A Tragedy

“Dead Man “is a very metaphorical and artistic movie that makes every viewer to think deeply about it. The movie starts with metaphorical reference to William Blake the great poet and the main character of the, movie is being mistakenly thought of as the spirit of the great poet.

Remembering Brittany Murphy and Other Losses in 2009

A look back at this beautiful actress. We also touch on the other greats that left us in 2009.

Is Peep Show the Best UK Sitcom at the Moment?

Peep Show is the award winning British sitcom that has just finished its sixth season, starring characters Jeremy and Mark. These two are the most unusual of housemates, in the way that they are total opposites from each other. Mark is an uptight, jobs-worth credit manager who finds comfort in the hum-drum 9-5 lifestyle, while Jeremy is a messed up, drug taking, responsibility shunning musician who dreams of life as a superstar.

Did the Ending of Prison Break Do the Series Justice?

Prison break is the award winning TV show from HBO about a man named Michael Schofield and his convict brother Lincoln Burrows. After Burrows is arrested and sentenced to death via the electric chair (for a crime he didn’t commit, predictably), his brother sets about a plan to rescue him that involves tattooing blueprints of the prison onto himself (in a coded way) and getting himself deliberately arrested so that he can bust his brother out.

Is ‘The Office’ the Greatest-Ever UK Sitcom?

When doing a recent article on the top 10 sitcoms of all time I began to think about what the best UK sitcom of all time might be. There have truly been some classics over the years (such as Fawlty Towers and Red Dwarf), but is The Office the best of the lot? It is certainly the most successful of all of them, and I feel like enough time has passed since it originally aired (around 10 years ago) that we can make a sensible decision.

Is Inglorious Basterds Tarentino’s Finest Hour?

When I saw the trailer for Inglorious Basterds I thought that it would be your typical World War 2 film with the typical Tarantino style added to it. How wrong I was. There is very little real action in it (except for at the start and at the end) and the film heavily relies on an excellent script that sucks you in, chews you up and spits you out the other end.

Creature Features

Why the classic “creature feature” is actually better than a slasher movie. Creatures cross over between genres.

Nostalgia on the Screen

I was channel surfing the other day, trying to pass time, when something strange happened. I started to get teary eyed. I know what your thinking and the answer is no, I did not come across the ending of “Thelma and Louise” or “Titanic” – although I will admit that the ending of “E.T.” always gets me going a little bit.

Movie Polls

It’s hard to know if you should trust a movie reviewer who might no be anything like you. Movie polls can help.

Ginger Rogers Biography

Ginger Rogers was born July 16, 1911 in Independence, Missouri. Her given name was Virginia Katherine McMath. She was a famous tap dancer and movie star!

Avatar 3D – What’s So Impressive About 3D?

James Cameron’s Avatar 3D movie is currently breaking all box office records and getting rave reviews. I went to see the 3D version of Avatar recently – prepared to be impressed. But was I? Read on to find out.

Understanding About Cartoon Faces

Do you love cartoons? Do you still remember the cat and mouse twosome, Tom and Jerry? How about Popeye with his puffed-up forearms and craze for Spinach?