Movie Review – Arthur Christmas (2011) (PG)

Arthur Christmas breaks no new ground as an animated 3D film, but as a twist on the Santa Claus legend, it’s charming, clever, and often times quite funny – too funny, at times, for really young children. What new things can we possibly learn about Jolly ol’ St. Nick? For one thing, there has never been just one of him; the name Santa is, in fact, a title that’s passed down from generation to generation.

Movie Review – The Muppets (2011) (PG)

The Muppets plays the music and lights the lights, but it’s not sensational, inspirational, celebrational, or even muppetational, and that’s the most disappointing thing of all. What we have are two movies vying for the same space, neither emerging victorious because they’re not handled particularly well. On the one hand, we have a soppy, innocuous love story between Jason Segel and Amy Adams, which is occasionally interrupted by musical numbers that have plenty of singing and dancing but hardly any life. On the other hand, we have the Muppets themselves, which would be fine except that they’re almost completely reduced to background scenery and aren’t given anything much to do.

Movie Review – Hugo (2011) (PG)

The genius of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is not just that it employs the latest in filmmaking technology, but that it employs them in a story about how filmmaking itself came to be. This is a subject near and dear to Scorsese, who, apart from directing and producing, is renowned for his work as a film historian (he’s the co-founder of The Film Foundation and the World Cinema Foundation, both nonprofit organizations dedicated to the preservation of film).

Apple TV Review

The On Demand video business has truly grown over the years. Every company from Netflix to Blockbuster has used benefit of this online industry because of the growing desire of people wanting to watch motion pictures from the comfort of their home. This evaluate is basically to inform you about this revolutionary way to watch your favourite films.

An Overview Of John Wayne Black And White Movies

John Wayne is one of the most representative actors of the wild west genre of movies, and with good reason. Born Marion Robert Morrison on May 26, 1907 in Winterset, Iowa, John Wayne is one of the most emblematic actors of the 20th century, and played some of the most important roles in the story of Western movies. While most of his movies were fiction, he also did some roles based on true stories and played a wide variety of roles ranging from cowboys to soldiers.

A Deeper Look at “Eat, Pray, Love”

This is a deeper look at the film “Eat, Pray, Love.” In this article, Joan examines the personalities of the main characters, what they want, and how they act. It is often through examining others that we learn about ourselves.

A Deeper Look at “The Other Guys”

This is a deeper look at the film “The Other Guys.” In this article, Joan examines the personalities and relationships of the main characters. By understanding them and their motivations, we often find it easier to understand ourselves.

About Singing Bee Auditions

The Singing Bee is one of the most innovative singing competitions in the United States. The show originally began to air on NBC, but was then shifted to CMT. It is unlike other musical competitions, and generally involves karaoke singing with a competition that is similar to the spelling bee, where contestants must try and remember the lyrics of the song that is played.

How To Watch International Television Stations From Your Home

If you are an immigrant or foreign exchange student living in the US, you more than likely have experienced a certain amount of culture shock. With the recent advancements in satellite television technology, you now have more ways to watch international television stations than you have ever had before.

Movie Review: The Adventures of Tintin

Are you ready to take a step back into your childhood where you can become one again with fairy tales, make believe and fantasies, all clothed in grandiose settings and great costumes? The Adventures of Tintin will certainly take you there.

Movie Review: The Darkest Hour

Extraterrestrials have long been a part of the movie scene, but have now become even a greater part of the world of movies in more recent times with Cowboys & Aliens, Transformers, Attack the Block, etc. The creators of these types of movies have had to step up their game with respect to these creatures from another world as they are now so much in demand, and they need to deliver just what the audience needs in order to pull in the big bucks at the box office.

Standing on the Hot Coliseum Sand With the 800 Lady

It’s Saturday at 3 AM, well actually Sunday, but let’s not quibble, and you cannot sleep, which may have something to do with rising at Noon plus a two hour evening nap, or it might be the sauerkraut; so you are in your favorite recliner chair watching what passes for TV, and the most interesting thing on TV at 3 AM Sunday morning is the advertisements. You are about to step onto the hot coliseum sand against the 800 lady.