Paris in the Movies – American Cinema’s Love Affair With Paris

It’s been said that film is a combination of spatial arts (painting, sculpture and architecture) and temporal arts (music and dance). Paris, France is a true center of all of these art forms and some of the greatest achievements in the arts have been made. That might be why American cinema has had a love affair with Paris throughout the history of cinema. Since Paris is the most beautiful city in the world and Hollywood is the film capital of the world, films will American films will always be made in Paris that feature American heroes and heroines in this exotic urban landscape called Paris.

Contraband Review

Here’s a quick look at the movie’s ingredients. If you liked the plot of Gone in 60 Seconds, the characters of The Town, and the action of Running Scared, you will like this movie.

DVD Commentaries: Give ‘Em a Listen

It wasn’t until maybe five years ago that I started paying attention to DVD commentaries. Ever since then I’ve been hooked. I’m always on the lookout for interesting commentaries, but here are some of my favorites so far.

Star Trek: Enterprise – To Boldly Go Nowhere

Star Trek: Enterprise was pretty bad, but had a few bright spots. Here’s my take after re-watching the entire series in about a week: bad plots, bad acting, bad character development, a few notable performances, and some neat historical background. For a little more flavor, read on…

“The Grey” – A Review

There’s a new movie coming out this Friday for all of you survivalists out there entitled, “The Grey”. This movie has Liam Neeson cursing god and fist fighting wolves at the same time.

Movie Review – Kill List (2012) (Not Rated)

A monkey wrench is thrown into the plot of Kill List very early on. It’s a scene in which a woman, who up until now we believed was merely a regular person, carves a satanic symbol into the backside of a mirror hanging in her friends’ bathroom. For the next hour, we follow a plot that shows little if any connection to this scene. When you spend all your mental energy trying to formulate some kind of explanation, you’re liable to have a hard time concentrating on what else is happening.

The Advantages Of Hiring A Television Aerial Installation Service

A television aerial installation is not an easy task and not everybody is qualified to do it. You cannot just climb up your roof and do your television aerial installation. If you do so without any proper training or knowledge then you are putting yourself in a lot of risk. For your own safety, it is best to contact a professional for your television aerial installation.

The Fun of the Toys

Enter a comical and child like world of toys and children’s games to keep you and the kids entertained for hours on end. The delightful tale of little toys and puppets that come to life in this funny and entertaining movie make it fun for both kids and adults alike.

The History of Film

Since the beginning of time, film producers have captivated us with the unforgettable experience of cinema. Stepping back in time to the earliest days of the World War, we were being entertained by film and media.

CYBER DVD’s: 21st Century Movie Purchases

The future of sales is on the internet, as the tech savvy generation takes over, refusal to factor the internet in business calculations can lead to certain disaster. Specifically the buying of DVD’s has changed and is set to change even more over the next few years. Facing the facts: Downloads are cheaper and more convenient.

Expatriate Writers and Filmmakers in China – A Dialogue With Alan Paul and Michael Ouyang

Creativity calls for muses, and if the careers of author Alan Paul and filmmaker Michael Ouyang are any indication, China’s bustling urban centers of Beijing and Shanghai provide plenty of inspiration for writers and filmmakers to find stories in the rough. In AsianTalks’ second podcast, Paul and Ouyang revealed themselves as both talented writers and musicians. Their affinity and ties with moviemaking also enlivened a conversation about China with specific insights about how the country can be re-envisioned.

How To Choose A TV Mount For Your Flat Screen

When choosing a TV mount for a flat screen TV there are several important factors to analyze including budget, size, weight, and ease of adjustment. Whether for home or business, choosing the best TV mount will give you the optimal way to experience your high-definition TV, save space, and help setup the best solution for your TV usage.