Edward Lifesize Standup – The Ultimate Must Have For Twilight Fans

A lifesize cardboard standup is an actual real size cutout, typically made from cardboard, of a celebrity, cartoon character, or other recognizable figure. Sometimes called standees or just cardboard cutouts, they usually stand between five and six feet tall and have a built-in easel stand in the back so they can remain upright.

Catch the Best All-Time Movie Remakes on Satellite TV

Why fix something that isn’t broken? That, at the very least, seems to be the Hollywood mantra when it comes to remaking classic movies.

Piers Morgan Visits Monaco – Tax-Haven Legoland For Billionaires

Piers Morgan continued his investigation this week into alluring locations which tempt millionaires and billionaires away from the humdrum of normal society. This week it was Monaco, where anyone can snap up forty-seven square metres of bricks and mortar for a highly affordable million and a half euros. It was nothing special.

VeggieTale Review

The two main characters are Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber. These fun loving, song singing characters lead your children along the way always with Christian moral themes and taught Biblical values and lessons with fun mixed in along the way.

Running With The Firm (2009) – A Light-Hearted View of Cinematic Hooliganism Consumption

The recent DVD release of The Firm (2009), directed by Nick Love and set in the early 1980’s when casual culture was all the rage in the United Kingdom, reminded me of a long-lost article I’d posted on a football/soccer blog when it was first released in mid-2009. The article takes a light-hearted look at the somewhat serious influence these films have the potential to inflict.

Some of the Best Movies of 2009

With the Oscars coming up, everyone is heading to the movie theater, the video rental store, or requesting Netflix, in an attempt to experience the most critically acclaimed films of the past year. Instead of putting your name on the waiting list at Blockbuster, along with the rest of the neighborhood, why not make the switch to satellite TV?

Planet Earth and the HD Experience

Nature enthusiasts and regular TV watchers alike are all raving about the televised revolution that is Planet Earth. Originally aired in the UK, this entertainment phenomenon, years in the making, has taken America by storm. Imagine the most exciting action sequence you’ve ever seen on any nature channel and you’re not even getting close to envisioning the stunning visual graphics and cinematic excitement that is Planet Earth.

Toh Baat Pakki – The Marriage is Fixed

The bonding between two people in marriage is a well experimented and rewarding genre for film makers in India. Marriage which is a social, religious, spiritual and legal union of two individuals holds special place in the culture of Indian community.

Best Romantic Comedies on DVD

The best romantic comedies on DVD are light-hearted and engaging and frequently contain humor and quirky situations. They often arise out of situations that involve misunderstandings, accidents, deceptions, coincidences and other difficulties which mean the path of true love is anything but smooth.

Muslim Icons in Hindu Land – India

India is home to the largest film industry in the world. The Indian film Industry in sheer quantity has left Hollywood way behind. It is a bit of a dichotomy that a poor nation has excelled in the movie world. But there is a bigger anomaly in that it cannot be explained how the Indian youth which is predominantly Hindu look up to Muslim stars as icons.

Producing a Black History Documentary

Have you ever thought about producing a documentary? Often referred to as a life-story, a documentary is a true account about an era, person or persons, company, city, country, etc that is factual. One of the major challenges for the documentary maker is research and gathering of facts.

Caprica Review – “Reins of a Waterfall”

The second regular-season episode of Caprica, “Reins of a Waterfall,” continues to document the steady slide of the Twelve Colonies. Joseph Adama and Daniel Graystone are each descending into madness in his own way. Will they be able to save themselves in time?