Gary Cooper – High Noon 1952

High Noon (1952) starring Gary Cooper is an American western film directed by Fred Zinnemann and is considered, both culturally and historically, as being one of the most significant films ever produced. High Noon is an exceptional tale of morality in the old west and a western classic in the truest meaning of the term.

Great TV Cooking Competitions

There are so many great TV cooking competitions right now, it would be practically impossible to discuss them all in one article. Many of the most popular televised cooking competitions are on the Food Network, but there are also many respected and well received competitions on Bravo, The Learning Channel, the Cooking Channel, PBS and other networks.

Harold Lloyd – Safety Last

Safety Last (1923) is a silent film, comedy, romance classic that earned its star Harold Lloyd his nickname as “the King of Daredevil Comedy.” Lloyd’s films successfully combined sight gags and pathos, along with very ingenious stunts and clever visual elements.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides More Like On Weaker Levels Compared to Previous Films

“Does this face look like it’s been to the fountain of youth?” Captain Jack Sparrow is back again in his fourth major motion picture. This go around he’s after the famous and ever mysterious Ponce de Leons’ Fountain of Youth.

Movie Review: Turning 30 Steps Away

The good thing about a film like Turning 30, is that not only did it get made but also got a proper plot. Now the sad part about such a film is that it promotes a kind of mindset that is downright scary. Alankrita Shrivastava’s bittersweet take on a woman’s life spiraling out of control…

Clinching That Documentary Deal Worth Millions!

Coming up with a “unique” documentary concept that will earn you not hundreds of thousands of pounds but millions of pounds! Yes, you read it right. Millions of pounds! My Big Fat Gypsy Weddings earned it’s “creator” 8 million pounds from Channel 4 – all that for a second series which detailed Traveller Weddings in the UK. Who’d have thought such a concept would turn into viewing figure gold?

Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro Score Big in Limitless

Limitless proves to be a film worth seeing that will leave you questioning life choices. Edward Morra (Bradley Cooper) is a schlubby writer living in New York City with not much activity in his life.

Foul-Mouthed “Paul” Gives Good Laughs

Paul is a foul-mouthed alien (voiced by Seth Rogen) who just wants to go home. Graeme Willy (Simon Pegg) and Clive Gollings (Nick Frost) are two British best friends on holiday in America for Comic Con and the road trip of a lifetime. After they nerd out at Comic Con they rent an RV and head out to hit up all the UFO hot spots such as Area 51.

How to Make a Superhero Game Work

As you may or may not know, I am a harsh critic of both video games based on movies, and games based on superheroes. Whilst movie games seemed doomed to an eternal fate in the bargain bin, games such as Batman: Arkham Asylum and Spider-Man 2 have shown us superhero games can be fun and enjoyable, and in Batman’s case amazing.

The Fighter – Better Than Rocky!

The Fighter is an amazing movie based on a true story. What a film. The movie is based on the true story of “Irish” Micky Ward and how his brother Dicky trained him to success in the 1980s.

Source Code Delivers Perfect Amount of Thrills!

Source Code is the best film to come out yet this year. (Spoilers.) Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) suddenly wakes up in someone else’s body surrounded by people he doesn’t know on a train headed for the city of Chicago.

Rango Proves to Be More Fun for Adults

Rango is about a regular chameleon who gets separated from his owners and left in the desert. He stumbles upon the town of dirt and realizes he can completely make up who he really is.