A Christmas Carol And Its Holiday Versions

The story of A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens has become an instant hit for Christmas films because of the life lesson and transformation it presents. The original story written by Dickens shows the life of Ebenezer Scrooge and his complete change after meeting the three ghosts of the past, present and yet to come.

Twilight Breaking Dawn Wedding

You can see it in her face. Bella Swan was obviously very nervous when it was time for her march down the aisle. She could barely even walk as she clutched on her Dad’s arm for much needed support. But as soon as she lifted her eyes and set her gaze upon Edward standing at the altar smiling at her, every bit of uneasiness she felt suddenly disappeared.

Fun Hollywood Stories Fly Off the Bus!

Fun Hollywood Stories from a professional Tour Guide. Featuring an all-star cast of famous characters; a blend of history, biography and lore.

The Bambi Blues

Walt Disney overcame several hardships to create the 1942 animated classic Bambi. It was fifteen years before it became a hit.

At Home With Christmas Films

Most people want to stay at home during the holidays or stay at their rest house during the celebrations. It might be to resist the cold weather, attempting to avoid the Christmas shopping rush and traffic, or they would just like to spend Christmas with the family.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer – The Movies

The original Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American movie written by Joss Whedon and made in 1992 which covers several genres; horror, comedy and action. Originally featuring Kristy Swanson, Buffy is stereotypical materialistic American girl.

Who Knows What Will Be the Next Type of Television Show That Makes Cable TV So Attractive

Other than that, there was not too much of a difference between it and the networks. The first big thing that changed the industry was started by an executive named Ted Turner, who began broadcasting a large amount of sports on one of his cable TV stations. Because of his foresight and intuitive, the viewership on his station skyrocketed, which allowed him to develop an entertainment empire.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 Review

If you’re going to see this film, I doubt this review will stop you. Since vampire mania swept the globe with the release of ‘Twilight’ back in 2008, the Twilight Saga has grown from bad to worse. Breaking Dawn: Part 1 is an example of everything wrong with the Twilight franchise. Like myself, if you’re not part of the teenage ‘twihard’ demographic, avoid this grim sequel at all costs.

Funeral Films: The Loved One

The Loved One satirizes the funeral business, including pet funerals, as well as the movie industry and the military-industrial complex. It debuted in 1965, two years after Jessica Mitford’s expose book The American Way of Death rocked the funeral industry. Despite its black-and-white vintage, The Loved One does show funeral trends that have continued to this day.

How to Make a Decent Movie

Here are some tips to help you make a movie that may not bring you the Oscar, but that does not get ugly in front of friends: First, it is important to have an idea. Put your head to work and try your best to restrict your ideas to what you can do comfortably. Try not to imagine anything much beyond your capabilities.

Movie Review – The Artist (2011) (PG-13)

The Artist is cinematic perfection – a joyous celebration of everything that makes the movies so wonderful. Set during the end of Hollywood’s silent era, it surely must have been a labor of love for writer/director Michel Hazanavicius, because in this day and age, a filmmaker does not lightly make the decision to tell an image-driven story in the language of melodrama.

Movie Review – A Dangerous Method (2011) (R)

Sabina Spielrein was one of the first female psychoanalysts, a fascinating achievement given the fact that she was committed to a mental institution for an entire year. After studying medicine and child psychology in Zurich, graduating in 1911, and getting elected into the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, she proposed an idea in 1912, namely that the human sexual drive contained both an instinct of destruction and an instinct of transformation.