Traffik Is Better Than Traffic

Traffic is a movie about drug trafficking, and this movie was originally released in 2000. Many people think that Traffic’s writer wrote an original story for the movie, but he did not; Traffic is actually a remake of the British movie made for TV, Traffik which was originally released in 1989; the movie is a mini series, and it is about 5.5 hours long. Traffic (remake of Traffik) was well received when it was originally released, but the original one, Traffik, is so much better.

(Review) Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)

Review of the controversial film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006). No spoilers.

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends – Your Favorite Characters

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is one of the most popular cartoon series currently airing on Cartoon Network. Have a look at your favorite imaginary friends and find out more about this cartoon.

“The Secret” and TV: How Watching TV May Help Manifest Violence, Poverty, and General Negativity

“The Secret” proposed a startling idea: we create our experiences with our thoughts through the “Law of Attraction”. If you are trying to attract positive experiences into your life using the principles in “The Secret”, then you need to know how the TV may be sabotaging your efforts.

Pride and Prejudice Among 5 Films That Are Just Terrible

Pride and Prejudice is among 5 films that are just terrible. They include Pride and Prejudice (with Keira Knightly, who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar), Punch-Drunk Love (with Adam Sandler), The Royal Tenenbaums (with Gene Hackman), Rumor Has It (with Jennifer Aniston) and Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley (which leaves out much of the best of Chris Farley).

Scenes From An Elevator

He once said that “the worst part about being me is when people want me to make them laugh…” Well, if he had had any idea as to the dent he left behind in the way comedy was focused upon in films and how his humour melted into a pure second nature to him, then I think he would have shrugged it off in his natural modest fashion, wondering what the fuss was all about.

El Maquinista and Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment

“El Maquinista” is apparently heavily influenced by Dostoevsky’s “Crime and Punishment”. As a matter of fact, quite a few specific similarities between “El Maquinista” and “Crime and Punishment” are found.

America’s Next Top Model vs. Project Runway

America’s Next Top Model is a show that does not get the proper respect that it deserves. Tyra Banks hosts a solid and inspiring TV show that really makes you

Heroes: What’s Old is New

A recent article at BuddyTv got me thinking: is NBC’s mega Successful new series HEROES a

Lost Fans Don’t Play Games

It was a bold experiment, for sure. At the end of LOST’s second season, the marketing department at ABC and a few of the writers launched an

Five Movies That Try Hard Yet Still End Up As Terrible

Here are five movies that try hard but to no avail and so are rated terrible for the effort. They include Napoleon Dynamite (with Jon Heder), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (with Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp and Salma Hayek), The Notebook (with James Garner, Gena Rowlands and Rachel McAdams), Of Human Bondage (W. Somerset Maugham’s novel with Leslie Howard and Bette Davis), and The Prince and the Showgirl (with Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier).

The History Of Horror Movies – Tribute to Horror in Cinemas

From time to time, we see so many horror movies come and go. Spooky, haunted houses, serial killers, slashers, maniacs, mentals, satanic and many others have been pictured in the movie. A lot of sub genres, a lot of remakes, a lot of variations, twist and all that can easily be found through the ages. Yeah, it’s all true. But have we ever thought where it all came from? Or how does the horror movies genre change from time to time?