Something to Know More About Hindi Movies

The world of cinema is important in every region so why should India be an exception. Just like America has Hollywood, India has its home grown medium of entertainment-Bollywood. Based in the financial capital of the country, Bollywood is all about Hindi movies.

Temple Grandin: Claire Danes at Her Best Performance

This is by far one of the best biopics ever made. Rated 100% in Rotten Tomatoes, find out what makes Claire Danes a star in this review.

Demon King Daimao Review – A Good Harem Anime in 2010

Demon King Daimao or Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou (in Japanese) is a good harem anime. You will like the battle scenes, and you’ll never learn the characters names since it refer to them by hair color.

New Daily Show Host Trevor Noah: 10 Things You Should Know

New Daily Show host Trevor Noah is from South Africa. Even though he’s had a long career, a lot of people stateside are not familiar with him. Here are 10 fun facts about Trevor Noah.

Farewell to David Letterman

When the David Letterman show ended on May 20, 2015 an era also ended. Letterman was the last connection to the glory years of television, namely the 70’s and 80’s. Letterman was also the last real connection we had to Johnny Carson who is often considered the greatest talk show host of all time.

Big Windup! 2 Review – Perfect Continuation With The Same Story And Characters

Big Windup! 2, or Ookiku Furikabutte: Natsu no Taikai Hen (in Japanese) is the second season of Big Windup!. Obviously, you will need to watch the first season before even thinking of wanting to watch the sequel. If you loved the first season, then you’ll definitely love this too.

Hugh Jackman

His long and illustrious career, in which he played diverse roles, only proved that Hugh Jackman can nail any role. As a husband, father, and philanthropist, he takes being a box-office superhero to another level.

Movie Reviews – Ex-Machina

Movie Reviews this week looks at the fascinating sci-fi dark drama Ex-Machina.It stars Domnhall Gleeson (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2) as Caleb a young programmer who has won a prize to work on a project along with his employer Nathan; played charmingly by Oscar Isaac (A Most Violent Year, something about his intense stare reminds me of a young Al Pacino), the owner of the largest search engine in the world (the equivalent of Google in this fictional piece).We join the movie as Caleb is flown to meet his employer on a deserted island in the middle of nowhere; we get an idea of just how well off Nathan is, as Caleb asks the pilot; as they have been flying over expanse greenery for some time, when they will reach Nathan’s property, and he mentions matter-of-fact that they are already there.

Ryan Gosling

From the beginning, Ryan Gosling’s choices have been almost refreshingly uneasy: From his first major film role, as a confused, self-loathing anti-Semite in the drama The Believer; to playing the romantic lead in The Notebook, to his Oscar-nominated performance as a crack-addicted middle school teacher in Half Nelson. In fact, “remarkable” and “complicated” are good ways to describe Gosling’s body of work thus far.

A Game of Thrones: The Lannisters

The Lannisters are one of the antagonists in the popular story A Game of Thrones. There are Tywin, Jaime, Cersei, Joffrey, and Tyrion.

3 Things to Know About the Changing State of Cable TV

Cable TV has changed a lot in the last ten years. People are now able to select their own programming and find shows about nearly any topic.

Far From the Madding Crowd – Review of 2015 Remake of Historical Romance

When poor orphaned Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) unexpectedly inherits a mansion complete with servants and a working farm, her options expand tremendously in this historical romance based on the classic Thomas Hardy novel. She’s simultaneously courted by three men, a wealthy older man, a brash sergeant, and a quiet sheep farmer. In “Far From the Madding Crowd,” the strong-willed, fiercely independent Bathsheba has a forth option to consider as well – staying single and maintaining her freedom.