The Best Actors to Come Out of Skins

Dev Patel, Slumdog Millionaire star, started his career on Skins. Nicholas Hoult and Kaya Scodelario also acted on Skins. See what they’re all up to next.

Vivek Oberoi Back With “Prince – It’s Showtime”

The big budget movies are coming thick and fast this year from the Mumbai film industry and there seems to be no let down in the coming months as well. Vivek Oberoi, the forgotten star in the industry who is making a sort of comeback is ready with his latest movie “Prince – It’s Showtime.”

My Favorite Hitchcock Movie

My vote for the best Alfred Hitchcock movie goes to Spellbound. The movie is a psychological thriller when the term was not even invented. Further, the movie contains an absolutely delightful skiing sequence, a dream sequence and also a surrealistic act by Salvador Dali. It wins my vote as the greatest Hitchcock movie hands down.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Needs to Go Back to Movies

Arnold the Governor has been fun, but movie fans need Schwarzenegger back in front of the camera. There’s been a void ever since he left and now is the time for him to make his return.

Paranormal Activity Review

It was one of the most popular movies of 2009, but a lot of people weren’t so pleased. Do you want my opinion? Then read this.

Classic Movies From the 1980s That Earn Must Watch Status

A lot of people make derisory comments about the 1980’s and knock the fashions, hairstyles etc. But you can’t deny it was a decade that produced some great movies. It recently occurred to me that many of the younger generation will never have seen many of these films. If you are younger than the mid twenties, you really should get the chance to see these great movies.

Love Actually

A take on the movie Valentine’s Day, a story about the interconnecting lives of various characters. A fresh, original essay about love, and its various permutations…

Say Goodbye to Analog Signals With Digital TV

As the name suggests, digital TV makes use of digital signals. It provides the users with better picture and sound. Moreover, it brings along several add-ons such as games.

Classic Cartoon Series of the Past

Cartoons are quintessential television comedies. With their slapstick humor, they not only make us break out into a smile or a laugh, but they also feed our imaginations. Some of the oldest cartoons can still compete with modern productions.

Preserving Harvey

Every Christmas, no matter where I am or what I am doing, I like to watch the original version of the film “Harvey”, made in 1950. James Stewart plays Elwood P. Dowd, an amiable and sensitive, but distracted man of means who is highly regarded by waifs, strays and lost souls but considered a serious social nuisance to his own family.

Valentine’s Day – A Top Contender in Romantic Comedies

Valentine’s day (2010) has proven to be commercially a very successful romantic comedy, taking more than $100 million over the first weekend of its release, which just happened to be the Valentine’s Day weekend, a natural target for romantic movies. Although critics haven’t been as kind to this movie as customers, box office receipts are the key indicator to the producers and, based on a budget of $52 million, the popularity of the film has justified faith in their product.

Watch Movies on Your TV With Nintendo Wii and Tversity

Today’s gaming consoles are not just for gaming, they are incorporating other aspects to bring you the ultimate experience in home entertainment. Nintendo Wii can bridge the gap between your Home Entertainment System and your Computer. Allowing you to watch movies downloaded to your computer on your Television set.