Intense Natural Disaster Movies

Natural disasters are only too real and in our back yards. In my opinion this is much more nerve-wracking than any horror movie with ghosts, zombies, vampires and aliens.

The Original Platinum Blonde Jean Harlow

Jean Harlow burst onto the silver screen in the 1930s. Her striking blonde hair, combined with those sensual curves and a heavy mid western accent caught the attention of America and soon she was on the road to super stardom. Ultimately it was to be a short and troubled existence, one in which she had 3 marriages, one ending in a tragic suicide. Her life story is legendary much like her performances on screen.

Monty Python’s Life of Brian

I was first exposed to Monty Python whilst I was at school; I got one of their albums Monty Python’s Previous Record out of the local library and was instantly hooked. However, it would be over a decade before I got the opportunity to see the entire 4 seasons of the ground breaking Monty Python’s Flying Circus series in total and even then I had to shell out a small fortune to import the 14 disc DVD ‘Mega Set’ that was only available from the Arts & Entertainment television network in the US at the time.

Clone Wars Series 2 Review

If you are a Star Wars fan and you haven’t yet seen the Clone Wars cartoon series then go and do it now. You won’t regret it. The series takes place in between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope and focuses on the war between the clone army of the Galactic Republic and the droid army of the Separatists.

Run-Offs of the Most Popular Sci-Fi Saga

Star Wars, the saga universally recognized as one of the most successful in cinema, has produced many run-off programs and shows which have added to its ever increasing universe. This has made it ever more popular, which does not have any of its greatest fans complaining!

Dum Maro Dum Movie Review

Rohan Sippy’s Dum Maaro Dum has a pretty decent premise, great production design, even decent performances from the leading players but in a trait that is more common than salt when it comes commercial Hindi cinema, it compromises on the screenplay to such an extent that it ends up leaving a lot to be desired. A far cry from the postcard images of the times gone by, Goa is now nothing less than a soiled paradise.

Home Drive-In: Relive Those “Good Old Days”

Home Drive-In: Relive those “Good Old Days” in your own backyard. Remember the Drive-In Movies, when two people would buy tickets and two or three other couples would be hiding in the trunk? Remember taking blankets and lawn chairs, maybe a cooler (always a pint of something) and partying more than actually watching the movie?

Tangled Movie Review

See “Tangled” and feel lost in the world of dreams and fantasies. Sing “I have got a dream” and see all your dreams turning to reality. Read Movie Review below.

Cartoons and Anime – Fun, Amusing, and Entertaining But a Business

Although fun and entertaining, we tend to forget that cartoons and anime are produced for the sole purpose of a business. But it seems that today’s business decisions have slowly caused cartoons and anime to be less meaning full and entertaining than in the past. For example, for every Avatar: the Last Airbender there dozens of Cosmic Quantum Rays.

Beetlejuice – The Movie From Beyond The Grave

Who was Beetlejuice, why was he there, when was the film made? Why is Beetlejuice one of the most popular Halloween Costumes of all time?

Is Malik Wright Played by Hosea Chanchez Leaving THE GAME?

After watching THE GAME’S writer Kenny Smith on THE MO’NIQUE SHOW, I am wondering. The entire cast was interviewed. It was part 2 of their appearance. Mr. Smith talked about writing for the new quarterback Quan Kirkland and he was a little too excited for me. Do we have to look forward to Hosea’s role being reduced to reoccurring?

Movie Review: Source Code (2011)

An unwitting participant in an experimental timeline alteration project called “Source Code,” Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) is tasked with the mission of finding a terrorist aboard a Chicago commuter train that was bombed several hours earlier. Forced to continually relive the eight minutes before the train explodes, Stevens must piece together clues and scrutinize every last detail in order to uncover the bomber’s identity and stop him from killing again. But as he inches closer to the truth, he begins to question the circumstances surrounding his own involvement with Source Code, and as he races to save innocent lives he must attempt to save his own.