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LCD TV Reviews – Learn What Online Reviews Can Tell You About Buying Refurbished TVs

LCD TV reviews can be very useful for people who want to buy a TV that suits their budget as well as taste. These reviews give a good idea of the wide range of LCD TVs available today, the pros and cons of different models, and a whole lot of other information that can help people make an informed decision.

Dog Day Afternoon

Have you ever been flipping through your TV channels and suddenly you run into a media circus? Those are a lot of fun. The name fits incredibly well too. A circus implies entertainment, clowns, a ringmaster and an audience. However, the media part of the equation implies cameras and possibly a global audience, no matter how silly or violent the situation might turn out to be. That is the situation in which Al Pacino’s character is plunged into in Sydney Lumet’s “Dog Day Afternoon” from 1975.

The 7 Critical Steps For Buying The Right 3D TV in 2011

Revealing the essential steps to follow to make a 3D TV buying decision in 2011. Passive vs active, what size is best, plasma or LCD, who makes the best?

Feddy Krueger

Why did Wes Craven introduce aspects of urban legend, childhood memory and primal terror into Krueger? What was the thinking behind Freddy Krueger’s weapon? Why have the Freddy Krueger Halloween outfits evolved?

The Hangover Part II – Completely The Same, But Exactly Different

You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have The Hangover Part II, a movie that takes everything clever and amusing about its first part and turns it into something of a retread. We’ve seen it all before, and we certainly know the story: a few friends get way too drunk, wake up with no memory of anything that happened, and have to go on a fact-finding mission to recover the pieces of the night before. The film falls into the trap of its formula and can’t seem to get out. It worked in the first one because there’s no reason that any of that stuff should have happened – it wasn’t in the nature of those characters – but now it is in their nature, we’re taught to expect it, and there’s no reason it should have happened. Again. Maybe that’s funny to some people, but it belies the originality of the characters, characters I grew to love in the first film.

True Grit (2010) Blu-Ray Review

It’s uncertain whether Joel and Ethan Coen set out to make their most commercially successful film in a 30 year career by electing to remake the classic John Wayne Western True Grit as their 15th feature, however it has been by far their biggest grossing domestic picture to date, taking twice as much at the box office than their previous Oscar winner No Country For Old Men which kick-started their partnership with Paramount producer Scott Rudin a few years back. Having never been much of a Western fan, aside from the superior ‘Spaghetti’ variety of Sergio Leone…

X-Men: First Class Movie Review

I feel like I’m beginning to sound like a broken record, but Marvel has done it yet again! I recently saw X-Men: First Class and I honestly feel it is one of the best comic book movies ever. Even though I was more a fan of DC Comics, the one series of Marvel that I read was the X-Men. I was always able to relate to the plight of the mutants because they were always on the outside of society looking in and had to deal with prejudice, ridicule, persecution, and exile.

Lord of the Box – JJ Abrams and the Mystery Box

J.J. Abrams spoke in his TED talk about his theory of storytelling and mystery boxes. What can we expect to see in Super 8?

What’s Next For Batman in Film?

Next year Christopher Nolan will bring an end to what promises to be the greatest superhero movie trilogy of all time. The man behind Batman’s on screen resurrection has constantly assured fans that The Dark Knight Rises will be his last outing as director of the bat franchise.

Can Nolan Really Top The Dark Knight?

I’ve been a little harsh on the Batman franchise. Just last month I criticised Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight for being over-hyped, and being unfairly seen as the benchmark for all comic book movies. Whilst I remain true to my word, Nolan’s Bat franchise would not be as famous if it hadn’t of been for Heath Ledger, I will admit his previous Bat flicks surpassed my expectations and stand next to the likes Spider-Man 2, X-Men 2 and Thor as the greatest comic book movies of all time.

Reviewed: Arthur – 2011

Now for a guy who takes an immediate disliking to Russell Brand the prospect of watching him for nearly 2 hours did not fill my heart with joy especially when he was to be acting as a rich layabout. But I buckled on down and watched away hoping to be pleasantly surprised and I have to say, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be (still nothing special mind). Arthur is a remake of the 1981 film of the same name and follows Arthur…

10 Top TV Survival Shows and Reality Shows

I love survival shows and reality shows, and want to share some of my favorites with you. TV survival and reality shows are instructional, a reenactment of a true story, a dangerous occupation or an adventure, and make us feel like we have experienced the harsh struggle right along with the featured people. We’ve all seen wilderness survival, urban survival, crab fishing in the Bering Sea and all sorts of great subjects, allowing us to learn and be entertained at the same time.

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