5 Movies to Watch on Independence Day

This 4th of July, after the parades, barbeques and fireworks displays are over, settle in for the night with one of these movies. This is America, Charlie Brown This selection is actually a set of 8 Charlie Brown episodes that are based on American History. Charlie Brown is entertaining for both children and adults, and children will learn about important people and events from American history, such as Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln, and the signing of the constitution.

Why Is Jesse Stone A Hit With the Boomer Generation?

Jesse Stone has been a yearly movie series starring Tom Selleck that is based on a collection of crime novels written by Robert B. Parker. Jesse Stone is an excellent cop who struggles with his personal life. Problems in his marriage eventually lead to divorce and alcoholism as he tries to cope with the loss of the one he loves.

The Best in Hollywood

My personal thoughts on a crazy industry, the people I love in it and what they have done to me emotionally. But most importantly, why I love it.

Prometheus (2012)

Ridley Scott brings to us another Sci-fi with a cast including Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron. It is not where and how Alien/Aliens began, it is where and how everything began. Prometheus starts with a well thought out Earth seeding scene that is later on corroborated by another DNA matching scene…

What’s Happened With It Recently?

I’d be the first to admit I enjoy watching Television but what’s happened with it recently? Over the last few weeks I’ve been interested to know what the line up is on a daily basis just to prove myself right really that it’s going slightly down the pan. When I turn the TV on it’s all reality programs and nothing funny or enjoyable to watch.

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

The Amazing Spider-Man does a decent job of retelling the same story we’ve seen before in previous film versions, but it doesn’t bother to reinvent anything. It isn’t any more serious than Sam Raimi’s vision and no less silly either. The action, adventure, and drama are all there, but so are the contrivances, the overabundance of computer animation, and the abysmal villain’s ridiculous plan to rule the world.

Why 2012 Was The Wrong Year for The Amazing Spider-Man

The official reviews for The Amazing Spider-Man are in. While the film itself isn’t released here in the UK for another week, the general consensus is the Marc Webb directed Amazing Spider-Man is a good film that diminishes itself by rehashing an origin no one really wanted to see.

Prometheus: My Interpretation Of The Metaphors

One of the first things that I heard about this film was that it was a prequel to Alien. And after seeing the trailer I was expecting another film to do with the end of the world. I wasn’t expecting too much and I went into the cinema with an open mind.

How to Become a Bodyguard for Celebrities

Ever watched the movie stars and music celebrities and saw the professional bodyguards responsible for protecting them? If you have the desire to work in the personal protection field and become a bodyguard to the stars, read this article and I will show you how to start.

Movie Review: Ted (2012)

Seth McFarlane, the acclaimed creator of Family Guy and American Dad, makes his leap to live action – and surprisingly breathes some life into the routine that has recently staled his animated shows. Ted is more than just a 90-minute episode of Family Guy – while it does utilize the popular tactics of extreme immaturity, crass vulgarity, and pop culture references (it even contains a few cutaways in the form of flashbacks and memories), it also offers an engaging and hilarious new character that doesn’t feel recycled from TV. Sure, Ted has its faults, but the jokes are consistent and…

Movie Review: Magic Mike (2012)

Apparently, the world of male strippers isn’t all fun and games as the movie trailers might have you believe. Magic Mike begins with all the laughs, silliness, and comedy one would expect, but halfway through, drama rears its ugly head. A little conflict wouldn’t normally be so unwelcome, but here it curbs the momentum of the spirited atmosphere and ultimately proves to be futile.

3 Ways To Increase The Quality Of Your Video Production

Everyone knows no one is going to watch a video that isn’t any good. You might get someone’s attention for three seconds – or even a minute – but when the message is boring, the photography is poor, lighting is poor or the camera jumps so much that the viewer gets seasick, you’re definitely not going to have success in sales. Having great video production planning doesn’t mean you’re going to make a good video, but it helps your chances that your audience won’t run screaming from the room trying to get away from seeing any more of it.