“THE MONUMENTS MEN” – A New Film Report

Here runs a feel-good film-in that it awakened in me dormant nationalism for the American way of doing what’s right. For, in this film, we’re taught how the U.S. dedicated itself (thanks to hands and hearts of art experts) to search out and retrieve–at great danger to those men-the hidden or lost art treasures the Nazis aimed to destroy, or (if they won the war) to display in the museum Hitler was planning on building– modestly called “Fuhrer Museum”. It boggles the mind to learn of thousands of art pieces that were stashed in mines, monasteries and ancient castles-while The War was raging on.

Romance Movies Celebrating 2014 Valentine’s Day

Now the most romantic day of the year is approaching, many couples are choosing their very special way to celebrate this special day such as watching a new movie. Macgo, the innovator in Blu-ray and DVD technology, is providing Blu-ray fans some super sweet valentine gift option – Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player.

Most-Liked Movies That Didn’t Win Oscar

There are some movies that leave a mark in the hearts and minds of their audience. They are not so lucky when it comes to winning the ultimate trophy. The following list is about some such movies that made their presence felt in the Academy Awards circle, but failed to grab the big prize.

Film Review: Taara Zameen Par (Like Stars on Earth)

Taara Zameen Par is a 2007 Indian drama film directed and produced by director, producer, and actor Aamir Khan. The film has reissued its title as “Like Stars on Earth” for Disney International viewing. The film plots the life story of an eight-year-old child named Ishaan Awasthi who has very vivid imagination.

“Gimme Shelter” Touches the Heart While Hitting Hard on Reality

“Gimme Shelter,” directed and written by Ron Krauss, is based on a true story of one teen’s battle to survive within the welfare system. The feel-good drama sheds light on reality for one teen as she bounces from foster home to foster home; deals with a selfish, drug-addicted mother; and is rejected by her father. What she finds during her travels is that she had to leave home to find her true family.

Why Bollywood Actors Love to Star on the Small Screen?

Bollywood stars today are no longer happy to just stay on the big screen. Many have also tried their luck on the small screen with great success. Besides acting in TV series and judging shows, they have also tried their hand at hosting shows. Their onscreen popularity translates into instant buzz and business.

“THE PAST” – A New Film Report

“How you gonna keep ’em down on the farm after they’ve seen Paree?” Well, after you’ve seen “THE PAST”, you may just want to go back to the farm (or if you’re from Iran-back there-having spent a while in Paris with your wife- finalizing four years of your separation into a de jure divorce).

RoboCop Movie Review

A review of the brand new RoboCop reboot. After all of the anti-hype surrounding this latest remake in an ongoing fad with Hollywood studios to reboot much loved franchises, I was reluctant to go and see this movie. I have much love for the original movie, although I never had much affection for any of the sequels, so at first the thought a reboot made we wince pain.

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube Make an Effective Comedy Duo in “Ride Along”

“Ride Along” stars Kevin Hart and Ice Cube as future brothers-in-law with near opposite personalities. The two face a unique set of challenges during a routine police ride along that turns unexpectedly eventful. “Ride Along’s” unique combination of comedy, action and character growth results in a funny, feel-good film with a satisfying ending.

“GLORIA” – A New Film Report

Thoreau once wrote that “Most men live lives of quiet desperation and go to their graves with the song still in them.” Well, I’m here to say, GLORIA won’t!

Dante’s Peak Movie Review

I was given this to watch by a colleague at work who was very surprised to find out that I hadn’t seen it. I am not really a big fan of disaster movies in general so I have never considered watching it in the past. I thought I may as well give it a watch, so I stuck some Brahma in the fridge and sat down with an open mind and stuck it on.

The Campaign Movie Review

Two comedy heavyweights go head to head, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis battle it out for a seat in Congress, representing their small town of Hammond. Ferrell plays Cam Brady, a unopposed congressman who is going for his fifth term in congress.