Tips for Anime Newbies: “Which Anime Should I Start With?”

Discover a whole new world of entertainment with anime. Determine which titles you should start with and titles that will be best for you. Have a look at how to get started!

The Life and Times of Han Solo: A Biography of Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford has tackled some of the most iconic roles in film history, from the heroic Indiana Jones to the legendary Han Solo. Despite his eventual popularity, Ford’s road to success had many twists and turns. Born in Chicago in 1942, Ford was the son of a stay-at-home mom and an advertising executive.

Movies Based on Hockey

If you are a true hockey fan, you probably enjoy seeking out movies on the sport to add to your collection because you simply can’t get enough of the action. There are a wide variety of flicks to satisfy your desire to be on the ice, while providing you with the excitement, heartache, suspense and drama of the game. Whether you enjoy a good comedy or prefer a realistic tragedy, there is something for everyone.

“Runner Runner” Is a Safe Bet That Pays Off

In director Brad Furman’s “Runner Runner,” a desperate graduate student plays fast and loose with his future. Risk-taking is the overarching theme of the film, encompassing both the literal gamble of online poker games and the symbolic gamble of making tough choices. Audience members can probably relate.

Lift-Off Looks Good for “Gravity”

Alfonso Cuaron’s much-anticipated “Gravity” is everything movie fans could hope for and more. It’s simple, yet powerful plot serves to complement the stunning space visuals, and actors Sandra Bullock and George Clooney make the most of what is essentially a two-person film. Cuaron’s visual and editing skills are highlighted by some of the best 3D since “Avatar,” creating a fully immersive space environment that has to be seen to be believed. Add in more thrills and tension than the run-of-the-mill slasher flick, and moviegoers can look forward to one of the best cinematic experiences of 2013.

“WADJDA” – A New Film Report

I love to see movies where someone is trying to beat the odds for becoming something that’s positive but that goes hard against the established norms that people have become captive to. There is something in all of us that yearns to achieve worth that no one else believes we should either obtain or obtain with so much struggle.Unfortunately the world and movies are built upon struggle against the odds. That’s what makes heroes so interesting to us.

A.C.O.D. – Movie Review

In the comedy film “A.C.O.D.” (Adult Children of Divorce), Carter (Adam Scott), a seemingly stable restaurant owner, finds his peace of mind and comfortable life dissolving when his younger brother (Clark Duke) gets engaged. Tasked with getting their still-battling divorced parents to attend the event, Carter finds their drama soon envelopes his life, too. While the filmmakers perfectly capture the pettiness, bitterness, and spitefulness of divorce, they provide a one-joke movie that’s short on laughs, despite a delightful cast of comic actors.

Best Horror Movies for Halloween

No Halloween is complete without blood-red candied apples and horror movies. Some horror flicks are so good they stick in the mind for a lifetime. This list is sure to induce spine-chilling, spooky fun this Halloween.

A Biography for Danny Trejo

Danny Trejo is an American film actor born on May 16, 1944. He has appeared in many films, usually as a villain or antihero. His most memorable films include “Con Air,” “Desperado,” “Heat,” and “Machete.”

The Best Films Set in Space

The final frontier has captured the imaginations of audiences around the world since the first man set foot on the moon in 1969. The genre of science fiction has been particularly fond of the theme of sending protagonists into space to battle harsh climates and loneliness. Although space-based films took a back seat to terrestrial stories for a time, recent years have seen a major resurgence in space as a setting for great films in a variety of genres.

Prisoners – A Real Nail-Biter

The tension runs high in “Prisoners,” starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllennhaal. What would you do if your child was missing? How far would you go?

Card Counters, Coolers and Secret Agents: Four of the Best Gambling Movies of All Time

Casinos, gambling, and exotic locales have fascinated moviegoers since the earliest days of film, and that interest shows no sign of waning. In the 1930s, the stars of the silver screen were gambling in Rio de Janeiro and Monte Carlo while today, most films take place in the glamorous casinos of Las Vegas, but the glitz and drama are the same. Here is a list of four of the best gambling movies in recent decades.