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Yet Another Godfather Remake

Since Francis Ford Coppola made his classic mafia-gangster movie trilogy and created film making history, there has been several attempts to make films inspired by these great classics. Ram Gopal Verma made his Sarkar and Sarkar Raj adapted directly from the Coppola classics with the Bachchan father son duo – Amitabh and Abhishek.

The Landmark of Fritz Lang’s ‘Metropolis’

At the time of its production, ‘Metropolis’ was the most expensive film that had ever been made. If you have seen it (and if you haven’t then you really should hang your head in shame) then you will know that this is apparent from the very start. The gargantuan sets, the thousands of extras used, the technology of the visual effects and the eighteen months of filming and production. All of these and other factors brought the cost of the film to a staggering 7 million Reichsmark.

Get to Know More About Doctor Who Enemies

What makes the Doctor Who show more intense and exciting is its villains. Learn more about Doctor Who enemies and how they can be defeated.

Why a Wolverine Franchise Won’t Work

Superhero spin-off franchises just never seem to work, when will the studios learn? It never worked with Catwoman, and it won’t work with Elektra. And yet already, before Wolverine is released in theaters, Fox is already planning yet another X-Men spin-off. When will they learn?

When the Bad Guys Are the Good Guys – The Quintessential Heist Movies

Here are several not-to-be missed “heist” films where most often, the authorities are the dupes and the crooks, daring heroes. Sound like fun? For my own short-list of outstanding heist pictures, read on.

Real Christianity – A Fresh Glimpse Into the Book of Revelations

The period toward the end of Apostle John’s life is rarely talked about. The Apocalyse, a movie that dramatizes these events, offers a fresh glimpse into this time period.

Bag of Bones Movie From Stephen King

There is few master story tellers like Stephen King, and his upcoming movie based on his best selling novel Bag of Bones will be more proof of that. It will be an excellent film, and one certainly…

Vivien Leigh – An Actress Whose Life Was Affected by Bipolar Disorder

Vivien Leigh was born Vivien Mary Hartley in Darjeeling, India. At a very early age, she showed an aptitude for acting but she could only indulge into it at the age of 18 when she enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

Cannes International Film Festival 2009

In just 2 weeks there will be released the 62nd Edition of the Cannes Film Festival. From 13th May to 24th May the cream of the big screen will meet in this small French town. As a great novelty at the festival, it will open with a Disney-Pixar animation film: Up. Still, this is not the first time that an animation movie participates in the official section of the event.

Bakugan Battle Brawlers

Bakugan is strategy game, which has been designed on the structure of Bakugan Battle Brawlers. Bakugan Battle Brawlers is an interesting animated television series, available in Japanese and English versions. The series, which was originally produced in Japanese language, is also available in English.

Danny Trejo – The Knife Guy

If you’re watching a Tarantino film, you usually see this guy who sported a tattoo on his chest illustrating a cute senorita wearing a sombrero and up on his facial qualities, he’s donning a wide moustache and the look that can make you pee in your pants. That’s Danny Trejo, also known as the “Knife Guy”, who couldn’t forget his performance at Desperado. From there Trejo’s acting soared high and was recognized his bad-ass potential in defining a villain should be in an action film.

Getting Your Hollywood Fix Online With Satellite Internet

The world of cinema is alive and well in 2009, despite the cries of deteriorating quality and rehashed material in today’s movies. Just glancing at the lineup of Oscar contenders at this year’s Academy Awards, you will see a worldwide fascination bordering on obsession.