The Note Book of Death – What Is Death Note?
A summary of Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba!!! SPOILER ALERT!!!Movie Review: “Bridesmaids”
Rating: R (Some strong sexuality, and language throughout) Length: 125 minutes Release Date: May. 13, 2011 Directed by: Paul Feig Genre: Comedy and Romance The comedy/romance movie “Bridesmaids” revolves around the competition between a bridesmaid and her maid of honor. The two women are each vying for the position of the bride’s best friend, a competition that has the potential of upstaging the bride (a pastry chef currently out of work).Movie Review: “Pineapple Express”
Seth Rogen reteams with his former “Freaks and Geeks” costar James Franco in “Pineapple Express” as a pair of men in a state of arrested development. Rogen plays Dale, a process server driving a car from the 1970s who realizes how much people hate his field of work. He seems to reluctantly enjoy his job, even though he is regarded as a social pariah as a result of it. Despite being an ace at his work, Dale does have some issues, not the least of which is his teenage girlfriend Angie (Amber Heard), who is pushing him to have dinner and meet her family. To deal with Angie and the drudgery of everyday life, he smokes copious amounts of pot, supplied to him by Saul (Franco).Top 5 TV Shows For Your Android Tablet Device
Are you trying to find fun TV Shows to watch on your android tablet? Read this article to find out about the top 5 TV Shows today.007 In A New Adventure: Skyfall
Skyfall is the newest James Bond movie, a classic adventure film, with no shortage of theatrics. Daniel Craig does a great job portraying the legendary 007, who is on a mission in the Middle East this time.Daniel Craig’s Start in Showbiz
With the release of “Skyfall,” Daniel Craig has cemented his reputation as an exciting and talented addition to the James Bond franchise. His selection was a surprise to fans, many of whom had a tough time getting used to the first blonde actor to take on the role of the suave secret agent. However, Craig’s portrayal of 007 has won audiences over.“On The Road” – An Accurate Portrayal of Jack Kerouac’s Cult Classic Novel
The idea of transforming Jack Kerouac’s cult classic novel, “On the Road,” into a movie is as old as the novel itself. Despite attempts by Jack Kerouac decades ago, the idea has not gained traction until recently. Even Francis Ford Coppola, having acquired the rights in 1979, was unable to bring the project to fruition.What Makes a Good Sci-Fi Movie?
Each year, a handful of movies are released bearing the sci-fi label in the hope that they will find their place among the best sci-fi films of all time. The problem that many of these films share, however, is their deep misunderstanding of what sci-fi really is and how it works to create a great movie. Although most movies that reach the distinction of being the best are older, classic films, several modern movies have made the leap as well.Movie Review: “Page Eight”
Rating: PG Length: 99 minutes Release Date: June 18, 2011 Directed by: David Hare Genre: Drama/Mystery “Page Eight” is a political drama produced by the BBC as a made-for-television film. David Hare, well known as a British television writer, is the writer and director of “Page Eight.” The primary cast members include Judy Davis, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Tom Hughes, Bill Nighy, and Rachel Weisz.Denzel Washington Reaches The Heights And The Depths in “Flight”
In “Flight,” Denzel Washington portrays a tortured alcoholic, looking to all the world like a confident, experienced pilot. But when he saves a planeload of passengers, he faces serious charges.The Business of Movie Theaters: Films or Food?
Not so long ago people went to the movies to, well, see the movie. Now it’s almost as if the movie has become secondary to the food and arcade games that most theaters have on offer.Amazonas Film Festival Earning Recognition
While the Cannes and Sundance Film festivals may both be well known, they are certainly not the only festivals dedicated to the screening of new flicks. The Amazonas Film Festival, now in its ninth year, is rapidly gaining attention. The festival is held in Manaus, Brazil, each year in early November and features award-winning movies from around the world.