The Karate Kid

A remake of a 1984 hit movie, Jackie Chan introducing Jaden Smith who happens to be the son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith will take the lead in Columbia Pictures latest movie, The Karate Kid. This talented 11- year old young boy was already seen in the movie City of Sin and was awarded as ShoWest’s Breakthrough Male Star of the Year last March 17 this year.

The Greatest Boxing Films of All Time

Boxing is an incredible sport. This article highlights some of the best films about boxing.

Top 5 Films For Fashion Fans

Without fashion, movies would not be the same, and without movies fashion would not be the same. There are so many great films which have had profound effects on fashion whether it was the bridal chic worn my Maria in 1961 West Side story or the manly attire worn by Diane Keaton in 1977 Annie Hall, so many have affected the fashion world for the better.

Is Twilight the New Harry Potter?

It seems like the rise in the Twilight phenomenon is going hand in hand with the decline in the Harry Potter craze that has dominated the teenage movie market for the past 7 years. These 2 movies, although they come from completely different genres actually have a lot of similarities and in some ways its the real reason why they are so popular the world over.

Get to Know Arnold Schwarzenegger

On July 30, 1947, an Austrian-American actor, bodybuilder, and now governor of California, Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger was born in Thal, Austria. His father, Gustav Schwarzenegger was a Gendarmerie-Kommandant policeman and his mother is Aurelia Jadrny. In 1968, Schwarzenegger migrated to the USA and he obtained his US citizenship in 1983.

3D is All the Rage Again

Of all the fads that have come and gone, 3D movies stand out among the rest. Even the Hula Hoop, Yo-Yo and Frisbee can’t quite compare to this resilient technology. Of course, today’s youth probably think it’s brand new. A little history lesson proves otherwise.

A Guide to Some of the Most Memorable Films From the 1980s

Talk about a decade of great movies. This time period spawned some serious classics. But which films were the best?

Some of the Most Memorable War Movies of All Time

There have been too many amazing war films over the years to count. The following are some of my favorites.

It’s Not Complicated For Donna Mooney

Donna Mooney’s illustrious career stretches back to when she was 21 years old and worked in a department store. She saw an ad in the New York Times for modeling work through an agency and decided to give it a try. This was the start of amazing things for Donna, who is still modeling today.

Movie Review of “Up in the Air”

If you ever wondered what life would be like if you had a job that required you to travel 95% of the time then you should watch “Up in the Air”. Here’s my movie critique.

Movie Review of “Snakes on a Plane”

This is a movie that got much hype basically because of its bad reputation, but after watching it for myself; I realized that the plot really wasn’t so bad after all. I know it definitely made me hold on to my frequent flyer credit card for a while.

The Kung Fu Masters and Their Movies

When we talking about Kung Fu, Bruce Lee is the Kung Fu master we should never forget. It is him who makes Kung Fu’s charming spread all over the world. Bruce Lee was born in San Francisco, America, for he was very weak when he was a child, his father sent him to study Tai Chi when he was seven years old.