Stand by Me – A Stephen King Movie

Stand by Me is a 1986 movie, adapted from Stephen King’s story The Body. The Body appeared as a novella in King’s collection Different Seasons. Different Seasons also contains the stories The Shawshank Redemption, and the Apt Pupil, both of which were made into movies.

Influence Of Television On Today’s Youth

This article is about how television can influence the youth of today both positively and negatively. This article emphasizes on the importance of being a youth and how we fail to satisfy the responsibilities that lie ahead in an individuals life. We need to be aware of our role in the development of our country.

MP4 Movie Downloads – Where to Find It

As an avid movie fan, you know how cool it would be to watch your favorite movies wherever you go. Today, most portable multimedia devices are now able to play full length movies thanks to the latest in data storage technology. With portable multimedia devices reaching hundreds of gigabytes of memory space, you will be able to store several full length movies on your MP4 Player.

TV Talk Show Host Meets His Match

It is time that the media learned the power of the people.

Dare to Dream the Dreams of Jessica Alba

Dreams are wishes your heart makes, an American proverb says. Ever since she was five years old, Jessica had nurtured the desire to become an actress and she longed for the day when her dreams would come true.

Why Legal Movie Downloads Are The Only Way To Go

Legal movie downloads will give you a better quality movie and won’t expose your computer to harmful viruses and spy ware. Here’s how to spot a site that offers them.

It’s About Time for Christina Milian

Box-office movies plus hit singles plus theater performance equals sexy diva in the making, what can you expect more from this Afro-Cuban artist Christina Milian. Born in Jersey City on September 26, 1981, she grew up in Waldorf, Maryland along with her Cuban parents and two younger sisters. At a tender age of four, she dreamed of being a star someday. That dream paved her way into theaters as she landed as a junior journalist on Disney Channel’s Movie Surfers.

NBC’s Hit TV Show “Heroes” Gets Animated

NBC has a huge hit on their hands with the TV show “Heroes.” As the second season gets ready to kick off, DC Comics has announced a new “Heroes” hardcover comic book that will hit comic book stores.

A Feminist Examination of “Sex and the City”

HBO’s “Sex and the City” features four single, successful New York City women who struggle with men and relationships. Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda are the four main female leads – men are merely accessories on the show. SATC reflects women’s evolving roles in relationships, the workplace and society overall.

The Simpsons – A Commentary on American Culture

No one could have predicted that the crude drawings of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie Simpson on the sketch comedy program, “The Tracey Ullman Show” would become an enormously popular cult hit among viewers of all ages and backgrounds.

Movie Downloads Go Mainstream

Although movie downloads have been available in one form or another for a number of years, they were most often a service suitable primarily for early adopters. Recent evidence however indicates that movie downloads may be well on their way to becoming the preferred method of delivery for mainstream home movie viewers.

Borat – Orientalist Satire for Make Glorious Debate Western Intelligentsiya

Sacha Baron Cohen’s 2006 film Borat has generated a great amount of popular and scholarly debate. Who was he making fun of in the film? Why exactly was Borat from Kazakhstan? Why did he come to the US & A, i.e. America? Who suffers because of Borat? Is/was it ok to laugh? Did audiences understand Baron Cohen’s intended lessons? If not, what did they walk away from the film thinking? This article delves into these questions and compares Borat to other post-communist, arguably Orientalist portrayals such as Molvania.