Bret Harts Revenge
Was it really just 12 years ago since the infamous Montreal Screwjob? For some reason, it seems like just yesterday. Maybe thats because the fans (especially in Canada) have never let it go.The American Sitcom Fever in China
It is astonishing to see so many people in China who claimed to be huge fans of the American sitcoms. I have been asked many times during a casual conversation about which sitcom is my favorite and whatever name I gave them, they seemed to know pretty well about those TV shows.The Fall of Avatar
I have to admit that I was at the theater on the opening night of Avatar. I waited in line for over an hour just to catch a glimpse of possibly the biggest blockbuster of all time.Beyond the Secret Movie
The Beyond the Secret movie came out in June 2009 and met with great success. The goal of this 70 minute film was to reiterate the information provided in the hit movie The Secret and take it to the next level.A Requiem For Patrick Swayze on Satellite TV Networks
Patrick Swayze was an actor whose humility always seemed genuine, his work ethic unquestioned. Here are five great ways to see this fallen actor on satellite TV networks and revisit a remarkable career.Five Foreign Films on Satellite TV Guaranteed to Deliver
If you ever want to see a great parody of a foreign film, check out the Simpsons. The terrific writers of that show have often spoofed foreign films in hilarious ways. However, it’s best not to get caught up in parodies. Right now on satellite TV, these five dynamic foreign films are guaranteed to deliver the goods at any viewing.Which Saw Flicks to Watch on Satellite TV – Parts I-III
Unless you happen to be the most out-of-touch person on the planet, you have heard about the “Saw” franchise. In fact, you have probably already seen at least one of the six films that have been released. Originally premiering in 2004 with a very sick and twisted premise, “Saw” found box office success and carved a niche in the somewhat stagnant horror genre of Hollywood.Avatar – The Last Airbender Movie – By M Night Shyamalan
Avatar: The Last Airbender is based on the first season of the animated Nickelodeon TV series, Avatar: The Legend of Aang. The movie shows Aang (Noah Ringer), a 12-year old airbender from the Air Nation on his quest to master the water element.Catch All of the Top Chef Action on Satellite TV
These days, more and more channels are filling up their empty, valuable time slots with reality TV programming. Honestly, it seems that every cable and satellite TV station has at least one reality show; even the TV Guide channel has one.An Excellent Episode of the Great TV Show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
This article is a synopsis and review of one of the most popular episodes of the popular show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. It links the keywords to something that happened in the episode and goes on to explain all the events of the episode.How Did These Movies Lose Out to Those Movies For The Academy’s Best Picture?
There are winners and losers in movies. Sometimes the wires get crossed and great movies get sent to the showers in favor of movies that truly suck. Here are some glaring examples of good movies that lost out for Best Picture to some real duds.Movies Set in the Owens Valley, California
The Owens Valley is on the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Its scenic mountain setting, proximity to Southern California and dry open land make it a popular filming location.