Five Classic Family Movies Even Adults Will Love

Adults are an interesting bunch in that you’re never quite sure what you will get from one to another, and considering they seem so similar, that can really mess with your head. One of the more perplexing “adultisms” that can really mess with your head is when you have parents that are all about family movies, but when having to go check one out with the kids, they’re just not into it. What?!? You want family togetherness and a way for everyone in the family to find a common thing to do for fun, but for some reason, you’re just taken aback by a family movie that just isn’t your cup of tea.

Seven New Movie Releases We’re Looking Forward To This Summer

Remember when you were still in school, and no matter how crummy you thought the school year was, you knew that you could look forward to the greatest time of your life – summer vacation? The same still applies, in some ways, to movie lovers, as the summer usually brings with it a massive crop of new movie releases that are sure to please the movie fan in all of us. Well, at the very least, those who are big fans of the summer blockbuster are sure to be excited.

The Best Cinema Near Me Is The One That Serves Food

I’m a pretty lucky guy in that I really don’t have a whole lot to complain about. Nearly everything I could ever want is only a click away, and with such ease in having all I need close at hand, I’m going to be bold in proclaiming that the best cinema near me is one that serves food. This is why I really like dine-in theaters.

Five 20th Century Action Movies You Should See In the 21st Century

For many people, the idea of getting older can be a rather big downer simply because it makes them think about all of the things they haven’t done. Though maybe not on par with the complexity of life, getting older also means we’ve missed out simple things like checking out action movies.

A Revelation of Social Injustice

“All of our humanity is dependent upon the humanity in others.” -Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance-disaster film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron. A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage. The setting was on the ship, from a sunny day to a cold, breezing night. This film review aims to reveal such social injustice depicted in the movie, Titanic. Wherein the authorities prioritized and patronized the high-class citizens, leaving the poor behind. As a result, only few survived the tragedy.

RMS Titanic: The Unsinkable Love

Just how far can love take you? How deep can it penetrate one’s heart in order for you to commit and do anything for that loved one? Tackling about the poetic and emotional importance of the so called ‘Titanic: The Unsinkable Ship’ that housed thousands of people will surely make one’s heart and mind realize the depth of the event that had happened in the Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912.

Titanic: The Unsinkable Tale

Titanic is hailed the immortal bitter-sweet tale that will forever hook viewers in its plot, as unsinkable as the ship seemed to be. This movie is the highest grossing ultimately predictable movie that made millions or even billions wipe their tears because of the typical inter social class story of a rich young woman and a poor young man that fell in love with each other as their fates crossed in boarding Titanic, but it was not good for a wealthy girl to fall in love to an impoverished boy in 1912, where in upper class has its absolute dominion on the lower class. This movie is truly immortal, beloved of all ages.

Sinking the Unsinkable: A Titanic Film Review

I decided to look for the heart of the ocean in watching the movie. I never thought I would find it in just three hours fourteen minutes.

Why On Earth Should I Moan – Still Nothing To Complain About in ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

The Beatles were never so vivacious, engaging or exuberant as in their debut film ‘A Hard Day’s Night.’ Before Beatlemania had developed a dark side they are still enamoured with the journey they are on and each other. This new look at the movie finds there is much to carry on being enthralled by.

Gentlemen of Titanic

“Women and children only!” shouts the ship’s authority during the evacuation from the sinking Titanic. The ship, labeled before the incident in the Atlantic to be unsinkable, became so proud from the praises people gave her (the Titanic; sailors consider ships as feminine), and so tried to defy an iceberg but was put to demise.

Sitcom Characters Who Wrestle With Their Consciences After Finding Money

Usually the only money I ever find is a piece of small change, mostly pennies. Yesterday afternoon, however, I happened upon a crisp twenty dollar bill in the restroom of a convenience store down the street. Probably I should have pocketed it just like I do with the coins I occasionally find, but instead I handed it to the clerk working behind the counter.

Titanic: A Women Empowerment Movie (A Feminist Film Review)

“What? You think a first-class girl can’t drink?” In the movie Titanic that was written and produced James Cameron in 1997, depicts the situation of women during 1912. The movie showcases a dynamic love story between a Caucasian – poor artist lad and a wealthy-independent lass. It also showcased the story of one of the most remembered disaster in the history.