DVD Review of “The Hangover”

Well we have all been there! Got so drunk that remembering the night before is like trying to put the pieces of a puzzle together.

Fun New Wedding Show – “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta”

I am a sucker for wedding shows in general, and especially the ones which show the brides shopping for their gowns. If you love seeing brides try on mermaids, ballgowns, and all the rest in the quest for that one perfect wedding dress, then there is a new show you will love. The fun new wedding show of the season is “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta”.

Satyajit Ray – A Short Biography

Satyajit Ray is renowned personality and one of the very few of those people who left an ineradicable impression in the field they were part of. Satyajit Ray was an Indian film director, writer, publisher, illustrator, graphic designer and a film critic. He was born on 2nd May 1921 in a Bengali family which is well known for its contribution to the field of arts and literature.

Totally Toy Story 3

You’re never too old to enjoy a good Disney-Pixar movie and Toy Story 3 seems to be one of those rare second sequels that seems to please everyone! Reports are that it is doing great at the box office. Plus, who doesn’t like to start munching on the popcorn early to enjoy the pre-show short film – this time, “Night & Day”, a flick about what happens when these personified opposites meet.

What’s on a Casting Director’s Mind?

Actors walk into casting sessions and do a lot of things based on what they think casting directors/producers are looking for. Often they do things that actually hurt, rather than help themselves. Here, we deconstruct the casting session so actors can confidently present their preparation and endear rather than ingratiate.

The Seventh Seal – Ingmar Bergman

The Seventh Seal is Ingmar Bergman’s 1956 gem of a feature. I don’t think I am really suitable to give an impartial opinion on this movie, because I simply love it in an almost morbid way. Maybe because of its landscapes, barren and desolated; maybe because of…

Inception is a Great Movie

I just saw “Inception” and was very much impressed with this movie.  I had seen the previews on TV for it, but had not realized that it largely involved lucid dreaming.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Truly Deserving of Its Cult Status!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer the series remains one of my favorite paranormal television series, ever. I received this as a gift not too long ago, and have been re-watching the seasons these past couple of weeks.

What You Need to Know About the Video Production Team

For the first performance, the sound operator will have to double-check sound levels because the acoustics in a full theatre will be very different from those in an empty one. You should also record the expectant hum of the audience in those moments before the curtain opens.

The Top 5 Most Evil Disney Movie Villains

A vital part to any Disney movie, the great villains portrayed over the years keep things interesting. They use fear, intimidation, manipulation, and sometimes even magic to keep our favorite heroes down until they grow and prove themselves in a final triumph over evil.

Sorcerer’s Apprentice is Costume Magic

Recently opening in theaters around the country, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is a live action, comedy-adventure starring Nicholas Cage in the role of master sorcerer (and student of Merlin), Balthazar Blake. Loosely premised on the “Sorcerer’s Apprentice” part of Disney’s animated Fantasia, this film puts a modern-day spell of magic for movie-goer’s to enjoy. If you give a thumbs-up to this film that just debuted last weekend, you may even like dressing up in a Sorcerer’s Apprentice costume this year for Halloween.

Movie Review – The Other Guys

The Other Guys is nothing but pure, silly fun and a great way to while away an afternoon or evening. This article is a review of the movie’s plot, characterization and gives comedic highlights that’ll tickle anyone’s funny bone.