Movie Review – Angles Crest (2011) (R)

Ethan Denton (Thomas Dekker) is barely an adult himself, and yet he already has a three-year-old son named Nate (Ameko Eks Mass Carroll). They live together in the snowy peaks of Angels Crest, a small working-class community nestled somewhere within the Rockies. One morning, Ethan notices fresh fallen snow. He decides it would be fun to take his son out into the wilderness to play, and so they drive there. He then leaves Nate in the car and goes into the woods to check out a herd of wild deer. It doesn’t seem like a big deal. After all, the heat is set at maximum, the doors are locked, and Nate is safely secured in his car seat.

Movie Review – Pariah (2011) (R)

In public, seventeen-year-old Alike, or Lee (Adepero Oduye), dresses in boys’ jackets, baggy pants, and sports shoes. Her hair is short on its own, but she makes it even shorter by tying it back into a bun, and she hides it all under a baseball cap. She’s not trying to pass herself off as a boy – she’s just trying to wear what makes her most comfortable. But during bus rides home, she will take off the cap, let down her hair, remove the jacket, and reveal a form-fitting white shirt with a jeweled butterfly printed on it. She will even put earrings on.

Movie Review – The Darkest Hour (2011) (PG-13)

If you require a reason to see The Darkest Hour, the best I can offer you is that it isn’t as bad as last year’s Skyline. But that doesn’t amount to much – it’s still pretty bad. It’s a silly, lightweight alien invasion thriller populated by stock characters that are all but overshadowed by special effects, which were obviously made with care. The dialogue is a reliable mishmash of panicked screams and cornball jokes that stay within the limits of the film’s PG-13 rating.

Movie Review – The Iron Lady (2011) (PG-13)

Mark my words: Meryl Streep’s work in The Iron Lady will earn her an Oscar nomination. But don’t make the mistake of believing it was preordained, stemming solely from the idea that it’s fashionable to nominate her. It will happen because, true to her chameleon-like ability to virtually disappear into any role, she truly does give one of the year’s best performances as Margaret Thatcher, who made history in 1979 by becoming England’s first (and to date, only) female Prime Minister.

CNN Cable Television’s News Central

The history of CNN is long and varied. As a cable TV pioneer, CNN has revolutionized how news is covered and delivered to homes. The channel still continues to take the lead as streaming news across the web to mobile devices becomes a prominent delivery channel.

The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is one of the most important films in cinema history by the German filmmaker Robert Wiene (1873 – 1938). In the film, the hypnotist Dr. Caligari arrives in town as a tarot reader and his assistant, the somnambulist Cesare, guesses people’s futures.

David Fincher’s “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” Is A Disturbing Must See

Without equivocation, David Fincher is a bad ass director. This is said not so much due to his directorial style but rather his ability to take on controversial, even disturbing, subject matter yet still make it palatably acceptable to the general movie going public; even making heroes out of individuals who under normal societal conceits would be considered “deplorable”.

Remember Me! The Best Commercials of 2011

The goals of every ad is to be memorable, motivate and make a meaningful connection with its viewer. Here are four of the top commercials of 2011 to do just that.

Don2: Unconvincing But Crisp, Sleek and Uber-Cool

Each and every frame of Don2 is suave, exotic and exquisite but when all those frames are combined and run together, Don2 misses the plot line. The plot is very simple though: Five years later, Don (Shahrukh Khan)-after establishing his unchallengeable fiefdom in Asia-heads towards Europe to extend his drug-cartel. This expectedly does not go well into the European mafia and they consort themselves to ‘keel Don’. But Don apparently has some other plan…

Digital Aerials As Per Industrial Standards

Digital technology is a new and upcoming phenomenon which is taking the nation by storm. It is actively pursued across the globe today as many consumers and all walks of life are enjoying its benefits such as better receptivity and availability of more channels. There is a cost saving factor involved as the progressive technology brings down the cost as the chip size, speed and storage are impacted to power up the receipt and transmission of digital signals. It is a principle of economy of scale where savings are passed on to consumers from the manufacturers.

A Deeper Look at “Home Alone Two – Lost in New York”

The Story Line. Kevin McAllister, a 10 year-old kid, along with his parents, siblings, cousins, aunt and uncle, head for the airport to board a plane for Florida. It’s Christmas vacation time. Kevin mistakenly gets on the wrong plane. His family goes to Florida; Kevin goes to New York City.

Read DON 2 Movie Review

The chase of cat and mouse has always been exiting and thrilling for people and they love watching things that excite them and keep them curious about who is going to win the race in the end. Back in year 2006, Farhan Akhtar considered remaking the DON made in year 1978 and came up with ‘Don – The Chase Begins Again’. Later on he decided to make the story ahead and then made the sequel by taking the story to a next level by adding an amazing potential storyline and exceptional action work that turned out to be useful in impressing the audiences and doing something that is more than original.