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TV: A Positive Impact on Society

Television, what do you think of when that word is mentioned? People all over the nation have different opinions about TV. Some people think of it as a positive thing, and some say it has negative influence on our lives.

Movie Review – War Horse (2011) (PG-13)

War Horse must have been a tremendous challenge for director Steven Spielberg, as the film is a balancing act between two of his well-established styles, namely overt sentimentalism and horrific depictions of war. On paper, this sounds like a recipe for disaster. On screen, it comes across beautifully. Don’t ask me how he made it work, because I have absolutely no idea. All I know is, like Spielberg’s own E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, this is one of those rare films that can positively and without a hint of facetiousness be described using cliched terms such as “crowd pleaser” and “tearjerker.”

Movie Review – Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011) (PG-13)

Stephen Daldry’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close represents the best type of sentimentalism there is, in which the aim is not to make you cry but to actually tell a story that will resonate emotionally. It’s not a fairy tale, a fable, or a parable; it’s simply a film that works more on the heart than it does the brain. I don’t always appreciate narrative contrivances, but in this case, I have to admire Daldry and screenwriter Eric Roth – and, of course, Jonathan Safran Foer, who wrote the novel on which the film is based – for their willingness to be so bold and uncompromising in their vision.

Movie Review – We Bought a Zoo (2011) (PG)

In August of 2006, the Mee family of Devon, England – consisting of DIY columnist and animal lover Benjamin, his brother Duncan, his mother Amelia, and his two children – invested £1.1 million of their own money into the Dartmoor Wildlife Park, a local landmark which opened in 1968 and was forced to close thirty-eight years later after falling on hard times. The eleven-month renovation, which required not only an additional £500,000 but also the family moving into a house on the property, resulted in upgraded pathways, more secure and hospitable animal enclosures, up-to-code restaurants and shops, and the new name of Dartmoor Zoological Park.

Toughest Chef on Cable TV – Gordon Ramsay

While some people may find his behavior overly brash, Gordon Ramsay continues to expand his television empire. Love him or hate him, Ramsay can now be found somewhere on cable TV just about any night of the week.

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol Is The Most Action Packed MI Movie Yet

Tom Cruise is at it again, and the latest edition of the “Mission Impossible” series. In Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Ethan Hunt, played by Tom Cruise, has assembled a brand-new team in order to assist him to enlist a plethora of new recruits, which include Simon Pegg.

Movie Review: We Bought a Zoo (2011)

We Bought a Zoo is too lighthearted and silly for its own good, gaily adapted from a memoir about the real life Benjamin Mee and his purchase and renovation of a dilapidated zoo. Death, grief and recovery make their way into the screenplay, but in sadly small doses. Due to Cameron Crowe’s name being behind the writing and directing, there was some initial Oscar buzz, but the only time the film is even slightly awards-worthy palatable is when characters argue.

TV Aerials in the Midst of Digital Technology

It can be seen that TV aerials have been evolving in their shape, size, design and technology. These changes with TV aerials have allowed digital technology to emerge with digital aerials. It is not necessarily true that the existing TV aerials must be thrown away for the upcoming digital aerials; sometimes, it takes a bit of ingenuity to fix the existing TV aerials to secure optimal signal broadcasting that comes now in digital form. There are many suitable components in the market which allow analogue TV aerials to secure clear picture on digital signals flowing more and more pronouncedly over the air waves such as Freeview digital.

Latest Movie Online – Experiencing The Different Genre Movies Online

Watching movies is one of the best pastimes of a person and a large number of people love to watch films of their favorite genre. Almost every person has certain particular preferences about type of films they like to watch in their spare time.

Documentaries Dealing With Social Issues

Often Independent films, free from the constraints of Hollywood funding and influence, can take on issues mainstream films are unable to. The independent film community has long been praised for taking issues thought to be taboo and bringing them into the mainstream. Some good recent examples are 1990’s Paris is Burning, an indie film helped which bring AIDS, the disenfranchisement of the homosexual and minority communities, and urban decay into the mainstream.

Contests Are Important for Selecting Movie Extras

Are you looking to have a successful career as movie extras? Do you have the talent and potential to make it big as a movie extra? Then you must also notice that there is a lot of demand for movie extras as well and in most cases you will end up achieving what you aim.

Movie Review – Tron: Legacy

Tron: Legacy, there hasn’t been such an appropriate title to a sequel in a long time. This movie attempts to rewrite the story of Tron changing it from a cult classic to an epic SciFi adventure (it even has some tongue in cheek Star Wars references). Some flaws though can’t be rewritten and doom the movie to the same status as the original.

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