The Revenant: A Favorite at the Oscars

From the looks of it, The Revenant should win a few awards at the Oscars. Some of them may just be the biggest of the night. Well, die-hard Leo fans won’t be complaining.

Top 10 Highest-Grossing Hollywood Films

These are the top 10 highest-grossing Hollywood films ever recorded. These films are definitely worth-watching for. Hollywood movies are being watched by a lot of people not only in the United States of America, but in the entire world as well.

It’s A Wonderful Life – Frank Capra’s Gift To The World

It’s A Wonderful life is most certainly the Christmas film with the biggest heart, it also happens to be the best film in cinema history, bar none. Frank Capra’s masterpiece rewards repeated viewings and belongs alongside Dickens A Christmas Carol as a gift to the world from a unique talent.

Five Reasons Why IMDB Ranks Shawshank Redemption the Best Ever Movie

The stark in-your-face redolence of the movie, which makes Shawshank Redemption border an area between a make belief movie and a documentary. The brilliant cinematography, prison enclosure sets and effortless acting by the cast, make the movie immersive and relatable, unlike most other contemporary Hollywood movies, which mesmerise you with its feverish editing, which often dissuades the viewers from connecting with the central characters.

Game of Thrones: The Power of the Sigil

Game of Thrones the addictive, action packed, HBO TV fantasy drama, often criticised for its violence and gratuitous sex, is not just an entertaining show, it is a show that can be used to enhance your personal development and growth. Taking one of the themes from the show, the sigil, you can create your own personal sigil, by using the simple exercise provided, to enhance your own personal development and growth.

The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek

Preston Sturges made some of the funniest movies to ever come out of Hollywood. As well as Palm Beach Story and The Lady Eve the uproarious The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek holds a genuine claim to be the greatest film comedy of all time.

Cinema for Thought – Analyzing the Greatness of Citizen Kane

An analysis of all the things that make Citizen Kane the great movie that it is often heralded to be. The article takes a look at what Citizen Kane is about, the themes it portrays and how it succeeds in their portrayal.

My Celebrity Encounters: Irene Ryan

I grew up in southern California, and spent most of my life working in the entertainment industry. I am currently a professional touring musician, and I have worked in the motion picture business as a driver, courier, production assistant and actor. This series of articles focuses on some of the people I have met over the course of my life. With the exception of a few, these were positive experiences, and I will try to present these in a chronological order.

Enjoying Movies Through The Best Service

The Internet has had a huge impact on the way audiences are able to watch their favorite films. Services that allow users to stream content to their computer or mobile device make it easier to find just the right film or show. Services that are available to use free of charge can provide you with the entertainment option you have been seeking without requiring you to pay to watch the latest movies and your favorite television shows.

The First Years of Colour Television in Britain

When colour television was first broadcast in Britain in 1967 it ushered in a brief era of wonderful entertainment that has never been equalled. The PAL system adopted by the BBC provided pictures of the highest quality, and early viewers marvelled at exotic images previously seen only on cinema screens. David Attenborough was appointed Controller of BBC2 in 1965, specifically to prepare for the advent of colour, and he continued as Director of programmes until 1973. Beginning on the BBC2 channel in June 1967, and extended to BBC1 and ITV by 1969, the period 1967 to 1973 can be designated the golden era of British television.

Sitcom Characters Whose Singing Stole the Show

Fans of classic sitcoms suffered the passing of one of the most memorable characters in the genre, as Mike Minor died on January 28, 2016. The actor, most widely-known for playing Steve Elliot on “Petticoat Junction,” was 75 years of age. The role on the show, which was a spin off of both “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “Green Acres, cast Elliot as a crop dusting farmer who flew his very own plane.

My Celebrity Encounters: Art Linkletter/Red Skelton

I grew up in southern California, and spent most of my life working in the entertainment industry. I am currently a professional touring musician, and I have worked in the motion picture business as a driver, courier, production assistant and actor. This series of articles focuses on some of the people I have met over the course of my life. With the exception of a few, these were positive experiences, and I will try to present these in a chronological order.