Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a great British crime comedy-drama film which was released in 1998. It is a gangster film set in London’s East End and features the Cockney dialogue heavily. The film was directed and written by Madonna’s ex Guy Ritchie.Three Bollywood Movies That Need a Remake Right Now
Remakes are the order of the day, and with the amount of money riding on these movies, it would only make sense for the audience to want some of the most memorable movies made into a new one by any of the grittier and more intense directors around today. We look at the three movies that would make for interesting Bollywood remakes today.Do Canadians Make Amazing Movies?
Vancouver is a city of many seasons and great locations, but that’s not the only reason American productions come to Vancouver. Do Canadians make amazing movies? Absolutely.The Excellent Keanu Reeves
Keanu Reeves is perhaps best known for his leading roles in “The Matrix” trilogy, “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” “Speed,” and “Point Break.” Although Reeves is an American-Canadian who identifies as a Canadian, he was born in Lebanon in 1964 to an English mother and Hawaiian-American father who would later abandon the family when Keanu was just three years old. His first name, Keanu, is Hawaiian and refers to a cool breeze that moves over the mountains.A Clockwork Orange Film Review
A Clockwork Orange film is written, directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick. It is adapted from Anthony Burgess’ 1962 short novel A Clockwork Orange. The film stars Malcolm McDowell as the main character Alex, a sociopathic delinquent teenage boy who is the leader of a gang of thugs, he calls his “Droogs”.The Income Approach
A view of capital in United States and the effects it has on humans. A study of educational institutes on the financial crisis.Jimmy Kimmel Bio
Jimmy Kimmel is a well-established American actor, voice artist, comedian, television producer and television host and is the host and creator of the widely popular ABC late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Prior to beginning his own talk show, he was known best for his cohosting roles on Comedy Central’s “The Man Show” and “Win Ben Stein’s Money.” Kimmel has also produced critically acclaimed comedy shows such as “Sports Show with Norm Macdonald,” “The Andy Milonakis Show,” and “Crank Yankers.Three Most Underrated Bollywood Movies in Recent Times
Every year, there are a couple of movies that pass unnoticed at the Box office barometer, and even the critics cannot do justice to the movie at the end of the day. These underrated movies are then relegated to the Film Festivals and other such scenarios, which might, or might not be financially rewarding for the people behind the films.Review: “The Sapphires”
Maybe it’s because of the Baby Boomers that Hollywood decided, back in the 1980s, that Vietnam and comedy went together like peanut butter and jelly. From “Good Morning, Vietnam” to “Operation Dumbo Drop,” cinema is filled with examples of this strange little type of movie. “The Sapphires” takes it to a new level of absurdity by setting the whole screwball story to music.How Did Audiences Receive the Remake of “Evil Dead”?
“Evil Dead” is the 2013 remake of the ’80s cult classic horror film, “The Evil Dead,” which was directed by horror movie legend Sam Raimi. The original was initially panned by critics, but it eventually gained a ravenous cult following. The remake seems on its way to even more popularity than the original if the numbers are any indication.Review “Pitch Perfect”
“Pitch Perfect” is a musical comedy film that was released in the United States on Sept. 28, 2012. It was directed by Jason Moore and produced by Elizabeth Banks, Paul Brooks, and Max Handelman.The Life of Roger Ebert
The death of Roger Ebert on April 4, 2013, was a great loss to the entertainment industry. Roger Ebert died quietly just as he was getting ready to go home for hospice care at the age of seventy. He had been having treatment for years for reoccurrences of cancer, most recently in his hip.