Movie Review: “You’ve Been Trumped”

Rating: NR Length: 95 minutes Release Date: August 3, 2012 (USA) Directed by: Anthony Baxter Genre: Documentary “You’ve Been Trumped” is the type of documentary that succeeds because it shows the audience a different side of a public figure. This film focuses on the fight between Donald Trump and a group of people living in Scotland. Today, Trump is almost a mockery of the man he once was, thanks in part to his television show “The Apprentice.

Peter Jackson’s Upcoming “Hobbit” Movie to Be a Trilogy

In August of 2012, director Peter Jackson, who is currently working on “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” announced that the movie will be released as a trilogy. The announcement came over a year into production, during which time Jackson had asserted that the story would cover just two movies. Jackson, who also directed “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, made the decision based on the story itself.

TV Watching Behavior and The Digital Information Revolution

How has the information age changed the way the we view the very concept of “watching TV”? The speed and size of the internet is having both a dramatic and fascinating effect on the world of TV watching.

Two Actors Out of Their Comfort Zone in “Hope Springs”

An Oscar winner and a comic play roles out of their comfort zone in new romantic drama. It also stars one of America’s great actresses.

Jennifer Lawrence After “The Hunger Games”

Long before she picked up a bow and arrow to play heroine Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games,” Jennifer Lawrence was making a name for herself. Though she became the highest-earning female action hero of all time almost overnight, she still had quite a bright future ahead of her even before she became a resident of the fictional Panem. Like most Hollywood actors, she had to make her way up the ladder, toiling for several years in TV movies and appearing in 24 episodes of the maligned “The Bill Engvall Show.

Addressing the Harmful Effects of Violence in Popular Entertainment

This article addresses the harmful effects of violence in popular entertainment, particularly television, movies, and video games. Psychological and political implications are explored here.

3 Success Tips For Networking Events

Most screenwriters know that networking and getting to know people – or having them know you – is critical to a successful screenwriting career. But most screenwriters don’t know how to network very well and even hate it.

Star Wars – A Successful Series of Films

The series of films by the name of Star Wars was created by George Lucas. It was a trilogy of which the first film was released on May 25, 1977. The story is about a fictitious galaxy and the characters that live there. Space travel, super natural powers and evil forces are common features in the film.

Twilight – The Popular American Romantic Vampire Film

The American romantic vampire film Twilight was released on November 21, 2008. It was so popular that it grossed $392 million worldwide. It was based on the popular novel with the same title written by Stephenie Meyer.

The Olympics and Movies: Inspiring Audiences Everywhere

Droves of people tune in to watch the Olympics every few years. Many of these people who watch the games so faithfully are not usually sports fanatics. In fact, some of them never watch sports outside of the Olympics.

Movie Review: “Soldiers of Fortune”

Rating: R Length: 94 minutes Release Date: August 3, 2012 Directed by: Maxim Korostyshevsky Genre: Action Adventure “Soldiers of Fortune” opens with the line “Welcome to Snake Island gentlemen; you may never leave,” and viewers instantly know what to expect from the movie. This is the type of film wherein stellar actors have no problem chewing the scenery and giving a wink and a nod to the audience. The film introduces viewers to Captain Craig McCenzie (Christian Slater, “True Romance”), a man…

Watching Kingdom of Heaven, I Remember

I remember Jerusalem as the home of Christ. Christ is born in Bethlehem. He is crucified on the Hill of Calvary (now the altar of crucifixion), is buried in Golgotha (a place of skull), and on the third day, he arose again.