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Leon - A Review

A wonderfully made film, it grips the heart of the audience. A story that seems a little silly develops beautifully at the hands of Natalie Portman and Jean Reno. A story of danger and drama yet it never can be called merely an action film.

The Most Lethal Reality Series on Satellite TV

It's no secret that given the current climate, the United States is a place that is extremely military minded. Nearly everyone in the country knows someone personal, or has personally, either been to war or participated in the military in one capacity or another, meaning that it's a hot to

The Emanating Industry of DVD Equipments, Gadgets and Appliaces

People have been talking a lot about DVD's, honestly it took me a little while to know more about this technology. Digital Versatile Disc or simply DVD is on the run together with the computer industry in todays raging pace of the technology era.

Surprising Twist - Babe, Pig in the City

This scene takes place around the midpoint in the movie. Before this moment, Babe has been described as "an inconsequential species with no other purpose than to be eaten by human"; the little pig and his human, Mrs Hoggett, have been dragged here and there, arrested, searched, judged, rel

Action Movies - Thrill And Adventure Unlimited

The amazing action movies are full of wonderful combating scenes with series of thrilling fights and dreadful explosions which totally enthrall the viewers. Everybody loves watching them with great enthusiasm.

Sport Movies - Exciting as Well as Entertaining

The sport movies are built upon sports settings like football field or baseball stadium, arena, or the Olympics etc. Often you would find a competitive event or various athletic events being the central point upon which the whole story of the movie is built.

Hollywood Movies Depict Armageddon 100s of Ways; Still Nothing Yet

Have you ever considered the incredible number of Hollywood Movies, which have the genre of the End of the World, by way of Natural Catastrophe? You know the ones I mean; Super Plume Volcanoes, Asteroid Hitting the Earth, Global Warming, Tsunamis, Biblical Floods or Massive Earthquakes? Still with a

Getting Film Distribution: Secrets & Lies

Film producer & distribution expert Jerome Courshon explodes popular myths that filmmakers believe about getting distribution for their movies & documentaries.

Ken Burns

Ken Burns is best known for creating epic multi-episode documentary series in which he fully explores American history and culture.

Four Lions (2010)

Four Lions is a bold film that exposes its audience to the comedic side of suicide bombers in an oddly accessible way. The film cleverly makes fun of something we fear, causing us to comfortably laugh in its face, at least until the credits roll.

Neverwas - A Story Finds Its Storyteller

The movie Neverwas is based on the concept of a king protecting his kingdom. A children's author writes a novel about a delusional man, out of love for his son. His entire story was based on what this delusional 'king' told him, and that made it a truly special novel. Some themes pres

Terry Sanders - Letting Reality Guide The Film

Filmmaker Terry Sanders discusses Fighting For Life (2008) and other matters, including the nature of objectivity in documentary filmmaking, the phases of filmmaking and subjects as dramatic characters.

Bollywood News - Look For Movie Updates, Box Office Reports and Juicy Gossip

India's biggest film industry, Bollywood, is always buzzing with news about new releases, box office reports, movie reviews by critics and experts, film gossip, romantic tie-ups between leading stars, controversies and personality clashes, and the latest fashion trends of male and female supers