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  • Halloween - Masks, Demons, Vampires, Horror Films By : Laura Moore
    A description of the origins of Halloween plus a look at how these festivities have become ingrained in the American cultural scene. It is a time for everyone to dress up in scary masks and costumes as well as decorate the house and yard with as many scary things as possible. The range of items designed for Halloween has grown every year and can now be purchased online through e-commerce stores.
  • Netflix Vs Amazon Prime: A Guide to Cord-Cutters By : Daniel J Craig
    Everyone these days is trying to free themselves from the tyranny of cable TV It's becoming increasingly easier to only need internet in your household to watch the movies and television shows you want to watch without paying for channel you will never use
  • Review of The One Punch Man Manga Series By : perezgarfie
    One Punch Man Manga is a popular Japanese webcom created by Pseudonym One Productions. Ever since its release on June 3rd 2009, this manga has gone viral and even surpassed the 10-million hits mark. On average the series’ website receives around 20,000 hits a day.
  • Your Favourite Manga - Detective Conan By : Daren
    Addiction comes in many forms and is not only limited to substances but can also involve unusual behavior. Some are addicted to food. A number of people are highly fascinated with books or movies. Some are seriously hooked on manga.
  • How Charity Video Production Help in Fundraising By : Eddie Justo
    It is evident from the past experiences that videos have been preferred more over information through text or messages, and we have already seen that the information seen on television gets injected into the minds of the audience in a better way than what could be done by a newspaper or radio Keeping in mind the advantages of distributing informati
  • Master Splinter By : Donaldson. Matthew
    If you are looking to find your mentor, it might take you a few minutes to consider a number of people, but for the teenage mutant ninja turtles the answer is easy, Master Splinter He is their father figure, the man who will guide these mutants to be the best versions of themselves and even further
  • Michelangelo - Learn More About It By : Robert Corter
    If you were to grab a beer with one of the teenage mutant ninja turtles you most likely would be grabbing a few wobbly pops with the one and only Michelangelo Michelangelo is your comic relief and relaxing member of the group, always looking to crack a joke in the heat of battle
  • Raphael - Learn More About It By : Robert Corter
    He is hot headed, passionate and the driving force behind his brothers, of course I am talking about Raphael a member of the teenage mutant ninja turtles Raphael is of course the lovable turtle sporting the red bandana and being the all out aggressive turtle that we know and love
  • Master Shredder By : Donaldson. Matthew
    With every great hero come a great villain and the teenage mutant ninja turtles are often finding themselves against the evil Shredder He is a human, with a legion of foot soldiers in front of him called the foot clan
  • Leonardo - Learn More About It By : Donaldson. Matthew
    When you think of the teenage mutant ninja turtles you of course think of the blue bandana wheeling leader of the brothers, Leonardo Leonardo is the leader of the group and rightfully so, you will not find a stronger leader in New York or
  • 5 Waterslides in the World That Will Give You the Heebie-Jeebies By : Dsouza Tom
    After a long and harrowing winter, summer is finally around the corner. Soon you won't have to don yourself in multi-layered clothes that make you look twice your normal size. Summer also means you can finally visit your favorite water park and enjoy some unadulterated fun.
  • Feedback About the Wrestling Women Commercial By : Paul Hartunian
    Last time I told you about the beer company that ran the commercial showing two barely dressed, very attractive women wrestling in several locations, including the mud At the end of the commercial, one of the women asks the other: "Want to make out
  • Mahmood Khan Returns to Australia By : Robert Corter
    On November 16th 2013, Australia's Sydney Opera House sees the return of international singer, songwriter Mahmood Khan in what is expected to be a historic event Khan will appear live on stage accompanied by his 10-piece band
  • October – Formula One and Russell Peters India! By : PreetiJ
    Come October and there are two massive things to look forward to. The Formula One and the F1 India teams and the Russell peters India show. Two events that will make the month sweet as honey! We're all eagerly waiting for that, aren't we?
  • Accountability: Putting It All On The Line In Entertainment By : Suzanne Lyons
    People at all levels and facets of the Entertainment Industry have accountability partners or teams. Being accountable in the Entertainment Industry requires setting goals and making them happen.
  • Ballroom Dancing - How to Lead Your Partner on Dance Floor? By : Paul Defeo
    Once you have found a studio or an institution, show up a little effort early on if you want to talk to the trainer. If there are any concerns that you have, bring them up at that point. You want to start this total ballroom dancing without any type of worry of doubt. So take the time to listen to the trainer and do the best as possible you can.
  • Discover The Smoothness of Liquid Chalk and Have a Blast By : Samantha Frost
    Are you planning for an awesome party that no one will ever forget? Are you looking for a new and different art medium that will create impact on everyone's mind? Why not try using liquid chalk and have a blast. Others call it chalk marker, chalk ink, chalkboard marker, chalk pen, or wet erase marker. The chalk markers often come in a set of differ
  • Looking Forward To The Justin Bieber India Tour By : PreetiJ
    Justin's fan in India are enthusiastically looking forward to the Justin Bieber India tour. If rumors are to be believed, it may happen soon and his fans are going to lay their hands on their set of Justin Bieber concert tickets before they are off the shelf.
  • Fighting Doomsday - Superman's Greatest Foe By : Trenton Davis
    Despite all of the mighty warriors, dictators, despots and super-powered, would-be conquerors that the superhero Superman has faced over the years, none challenged the stellar hero more than the Doomsday machines called - fittingly enough - Doomsday 1993s The Death of Superman, in fact, was a tale of the mightiest terrestrial battle that ever took place, as Superman the Man of Steel went head-to-head with a creature as strong and durable as himself
  • Hulk Vs Superman By : Trenton Davis
    There are two superheros, from different universes, who are considered the representations of physical might: Superman the Man of Steel for DC Comics and the Incredible Hulk for Marvel As displays of their strength, these two mighty characters are often shown taking down entire groups of super-teams, or requiring entire groups of super-teams to sto
  • Horse Riding Holidays- Turn on The Adventure By : Horse Riding Australia
    Australia has been blessed with some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, natural reserves, and immense scenic beauty. Australians have done wonders creating some amazing amusement and theme parks.
  • Movie Review: "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (Drug references, language)

    Length: 113 min

    Release date: March 15, 2012

    Directed by: Drew DeNicola, Olivia Mori

    Genre: Documentary

    Rating: 35 out of 5

    "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me" is a 2012 documentary film by directors Drew DeNicola and Olivia Mori, which tells the story of a renowned Memphis band called Big Star
  • Movie Review: By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (Drug references, language)

    Length: 113 min

    Release date: March 15, 2012

    Directed by: Drew DeNicola, Olivia Mori

    Genre: Documentary

    Rating: 35 out of 5

    "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me" is a 2012 documentary film by directors Drew DeNicola and Olivia Mori, which tells the story of a renowned Memphis band called Big Star
  • Five Fun Facts About R.I.P.D. By : Zachary Mandell
    What happens when a popular police officer dies and discovers that not all law enforcement officials stay dead The studio behind "R
  • Movie Review: The Book Of Love By : Zachary Mandell
    Paul Raymond (Steve Coogan) went from a humble beginning to emerge as one of the most notorious men in recent British history. He did so by opening England's first strip club, which made him enough money to go on and become a very successful real estate developer and publisher of pornographic magazines,
  • Could "R.I.P.D." Be a Modern-Day "Ghostbusters?" By : Zachary Mandell
    With so much focus on vampires in the public consciousness, other supernatural creatures such as ghosts have been relegated to the wayside That's all about to change with the July 2013 release of "R
  • Movie Review: "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" By : Zachary Mandell
    -- Rating: R (Language)

    Length: 75 minutes

    Release Date: July 3, 2013

    Directed by: Leslie Small, Tim Story

    Genre: Comedy/Documentary

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Any movie that takes the form of a stand-up comedy special is going to have a certain pattern imposed on it The successful annual comedy tour that's capped off by a singular performance in front of a sold out crowd in a world-class venue is a pattern that was pioneered by the likes of George Carlin and Louis CK in a series of performances dating back to the 1980s
  • The Chemistry Between Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds in "R.I.P.D." By : Zachary Mandell
    The hit summer film "RI
  • Hot Air Ballooning: Great For All Occasions By : Amos Brock
    Hot air balloons continue to be a huge attraction among adventure enthusiasts and ordinary folk. Quaint, calming and safe, they're a popular choice of entertainment for special occasions.
  • Movie Review: "Fruitvale Station" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (some violence, language throughout, some drug use)

    Length: 85 minutes

    Release Date: July 12, 2013

    Directed by: Ryan Coogler

    Genre: Biography/Drama

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Plenty of films start off with a shooting, but few start off with cellphone footage of a real-life shooting like "Fruitvale Station" does
  • Movie Review: "Grown Ups 2" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (crude and suggestive content, language and male rear nudity)

    Length: 101 min

    Release Date: July 12, 2013

    Directed by: Dennis Dugan

    Genre: Comedy

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    "Grown Ups 2" is the long-awaited follow-up to the hit 2010 buddy comedy film "Grown Ups" Both films were directed by Dennis Dugan and written by Fred Wolf and Adam Sandler
  • Get to Know Actor Charlie Hunnam By : Zachary Mandell
    Best known for his role on the American television series, Sons of Anarchy, British actor Charlie Hunnam, had a long history as an actor before finding his way to the United States. Born to working class parents in Newcastle upon Tyne in England, Hunnam grew up with two older brothers
  • Make Your Wedding Dance Memorable With Ballroom Dancing Lessons By : andrew87
    Everyone is not born professional dancer. Wedding dance is a decent dance for wedding. It requires a couple to be really passionate about dancing style. So if you want to be perfect in dancing, then you can join professional dance class.
  • A Simple Guide About Learning Wedding Ballroom Dance Lessons By : andrew87
    Ballroom dance lessons have a great significance in the wedding event. If your guests will only be attending the reception, just try to make it an unforgettable event. Perhaps, the couples are not professional ballroom dancers. You can take ballroom dance lessons to make your performance more graceful.
  • Movie Review: "The Lone Ranger" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (sequences of intense action and violence, some suggestive material)

    Length: 149 minutes

    Release Date: July 3, 2013

    Directed by: Gore Verbinski

    Genre: Action/Adventure/Western

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    In the opening minutes of "The Lone Ranger," Tonto (Johnny Depp) is an old man working in a circus sideshow tent who meets a young boy dressed as a cowboy
  • Five Fun Facts About the Training and Filming of "The Lone Ranger" By : Zachary Mandell
    "The Lone Ranger" is one of the newest films from Disney Like many live-action Disney films, "The Lone Ranger" stars Johnny Depp, a versatile actor who has become synonymous with creative reboots of old classics like "Sweeney Todd," "Dark Shadows," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "Alice in Wonderland," and others
  • A Trick A Day Keeps The Doctor Away! By : Jill Marcano
    Enthrall and amaze your guests with illusion and magic tricks.
  • The World's Most Popular Dare Devils & Stunts By : Louis Iyare
    Have you ever thought of witnessing stuff that you only have as nightmares, something you term a normal human being can not be able to attain? Well, anything that is thinkable is achievable, various daredevils have been trying to prove this, as hard as it may seem, as unreal as it may look like, yes, and these are human beings who have gone out of their way to prove that nothing is indeed impossible.
  • Ball Room Dancing Lessons: Your Option to Start the Dance Lesson By : andrew87
    No matter your reasons for heading to the native ballroom dance lesson, it is probably that you simply can realize a category that suits you well. Most lecturers’ are willing to figure out with you so you perceive this art, and are available to like it like they are doing.
  • Five Fun Facts About the Making of "X2" By : Zachary Mandell
    In 2003, "X2," the sequel to "X-Men," hit theaters Fans flocked to get a look at their favorite characters, such as Wolverine and Storm, from the previous movie
  • Movie Review: "Epic" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG (mild action, some scary images, brief rude language)

    Length: 102 minutes

    Release Date: May 24, 2013

    Directed by: Chris Wedge

    Genre: Animation/Adventure/Family

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Teenager Mary Katherine (Amanda Seyfried), who goes by the name MK
  • Movie Review: "Fast & Furious 6" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13

    Length: 130 minutes

    Release Date: May 24, 2013

    Directed by: Justin Lin

    Genre: Action/Crime/Thriller

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    The "Fast & Furious" franchise has always been kind enough to its audience to keep things simple, without a bunch of metaphor or undue complexity
  • What Makes "X2: X-Men United" One of the Best Superhero Movies? By : Zachary Mandell
    "X2: X-Men United" is an American superhero film released in 2003 The principal characters in the film are from the X-Men comic book series, and the plot was inspired by "God Loves, Man Kills," a graphic novel based on the series
  • "After Earth" Showcases the Planet 1000 Years Into the Future By : Zachary Mandell
    Will Smith is known for his acting and music career, but after the futuristic thriller "After Earth" is released, he may just be known for his story ideas as well The film, which also stars his real-life son Jaden, comes from an original idea Smith had
  • Will Smith Bio By : Zachary Mandell
    Born Willard Christopher Smith Jr on September 25, 1968, Will Smith has gone on to receive fame as an actor and film producer
  • Movie Review: "Frances Ha" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (sexual content, language)
    Length: 86 minutes
    Release date: May 17, 2013
    Directed by: Noah Baumbach
    Genre: Comedy/Drama
    Stars: 35 out of 5

    Noah Baumbach's latest creation manages to be charming and witty without generating the usual backlash of cynicism so commonly suffered by upbeat indie movies
  • Will and Jaden Smith's On-Screen Connection By : Zachary Mandell
    It's round two in the battle of man versus Earth A thousand years ago, Earth cast off the last of humanity, forcing the relocation of survivors to the planet known as Nova Prime
  • Movie Review: "No One Lives" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (strong bloody violence, pervasive language and disturbing images throughout, and some nudity/sexuality)
    Length: 86 minutes
    Release date: May 10, 2013
    Directed by: Ryuhei Kitamura
    Genre: Horror and Thriller
    Stars: 3 out of 5

    "No One Lives" is an incredibly gory horror/slasher film from director Ryuhei Kitamura that seems destined to be a cult movie classic among hardcore fans of this genre
  • Movie Review: "Star Trek Into Darkness" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13
    Length: 132 minutes
    Release Date: May 16, 2013
    Directed by: JJ
  • Father-Son Duos Who Lit Up the Big Screen By : Zachary Mandell
    Not every famous actor has children who grow up to be actors as well Some children grow up wanting the exact opposite of their parent's career or simply have no intention of becoming an acting legend
  • Zach Galifianakis Biography By : Zachary Mandell
    Zachary Knight Galifianakis was born on Oct 1, 1969, in Wilkesboro, North Carolina
  • Limousines Are Perfect For Halloween Parties By : Troy J Childers
    I remember my favorite Halloween party like it was yesterday It was going to be held at my friend Spike's house, which was halfway across town and up on top of one of those big, scary hillsides
  • Part III Means a New Direction For "The Hangover" By : Zachary Mandell
    For fans of the mayhem-fueled comedy of the "Hangover" series, May 24 marks an important date After months of teasers, chicken fights, and curiously stormy posters, the series is set to finally draw to a close with a Friday premiere
  • Movie Review: "Aftershock" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R
    Length: 90 minutes
    Release Date: May 10, 2013
    Directed By: Nicolás López
    Genre: Horror, Thriller

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    "Aftershock" takes audiences on a wild ride in earthquake-torn Chile The screenplay, which was written by Guillermo Amoedo, Nicolás López, and Eli Roth, offers up its fair share of blood and gore, but it's quite tame compared to some of Roth's previous movies, including "Cabin Fever" and the "Hostel" franchise
  • Movie Review: "Venus and Serena" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (for some strong language)
    Length: 99 minutes
    Release Date: May 10, 2013
    Directed by: Maiken Baird and Michelle Major
    Genre: Documentary

    "Venus and Serena" offers an intimate look into the lives of two tennis players from the slums of Compton, CA, their rise to success, and the tragedies that they both had to deal with during the 2011 tennis season
  • Five Facts About "The Hangover III" By : Zachary Mandell
    When "The Hangover" was released in 2009, it broke the unwritten Hollywood rule that R-rated comedies could not earn box office gold Then the film became a surprise success, earning nearly half a billion dollars at the box office on just a $35 million budget
  • Will "The Hangover Part III" Live Up to Expectations? By : Zachary Mandell
    In Hollywood, it's a smart director who plays to his strengths Martin Scorsese spent twenty-five years making some of the best gangster movies that have ever been committed to celluloid
  • Movie Review: "The Great Gatsby" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (some violent images, sexual content, smoking, partying, brief language)
    Length: 142 minutes
    Release Date: May 10, 2013
    Directed by: Baz Luhrmann
    Genre: Drama/Romance

    Stars: 4 out of 5

    Once upon a time, Daisy (Carey Mulligan) was the love of Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), but their romance did not last
  • Movie Review: "Greetings From Tim Buckley" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: NR (Not Rated)
    Length: 99 minutes
    Release Date: May 3, 2013
    Directed by: Daniel Algrant
    Genre: Drama

    Stars: 2
  • The Major Players in "Star Trek Into Darkness" By : Zachary Mandell
    When JJ
  • The Life and Times of Writer and Director J.J. Abrams By : Zachary Mandell
    Fans of JJ
  • Movie Review: "Kiss of the Damned" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (bloody violence, strong sexual content, nudity, language, some drug use)
    Length: 97 minutes
    Release Date: May 3, 2013
    Directed by: Xan Cassavetes
    Genre: Horror

    Stars: 25 out of 5

    When frazzled screenwriter Paolo (Milo Ventimiglia) rents a house in rural Connecticut, he hopes to have some quiet time in order to focus on his work
  • Movie Review: Generation Um... By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (strong sexual content, language, drug use)
    Length: 97 minutes
    Release Date: May 3, 2013
    Directed by: Mark Mann
    Genre: Drama

    Stars: 2 out of 5

    "Generation Um
  • The Best of the Best: 10 Summertime Blockbusters By : Zachary Mandell
    What would summertime be without some epic heroes to love, supernatural creatures and villains to fear, and adventures to make us swoon Summer and blockbuster movies seem to go hand in hand
  • The Ladies of "Star Trek Into Darkness" By : Zachary Mandell
    When people think of JJ
  • Music Catalog Purchases By : Corey Andalus
    Working in the music industry can lead to a lucrative career whether you are an artist yourself, a producer or a distributor Regardless of the career you have chosen, if you begin to work with music catalog purchases and collecting royalties it is highly advisable to do so with the guidance of a professional entertainment lawyer
  • The Reluctant Fundamentalist By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R
    Length: 130 minutes
    Release Date: March 17, 2013
    Directed by: Mira Nair
    Genre: Thriller

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Several films have examined the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, either directly (in films such as "World Trade Center" and "Flight 93") or indirectly (in films such as "Reign Over Me")
  • Carey Mulligan's Dramatic Rise to Fame By : Zachary Mandell
    Carey Mulligan was born on May 28, 1995 in Westminster, London, England Born into a middle class working family, Mulligan led a rather uneventful childhood
  • What We Know About "Star Trek Into Darkness" Villain John Harrison By : Zachary Mandell
    After the international box-office success of "Star Trek" in 2009, Paramount and director JJ
  • Movie Review: "Iron Man 3" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (intense sci-fi action and violence throughout, brief suggestive content)
    Length: 130 minutes
    Release Date: May 3, 2013
    Directed by: Shane Black
    Genre: Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi

    Stars: 4 out of 5

    When the superheroes of "The Avengers" finally saved the world from Loki and his army, they all split up and went their separate ways
  • Movie Review: At Any Price By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (language, sexual content including a strong graphic image)
    Length: 105 minutes
    Release Date: April 24, 2013
    Directed by: Ramin Bahrani
    Genre: Drama/Thriller

    Henry Whipple (Dennis Quaid) is an aging man who is beginning to wonder what exactly his legacy will be before he retires He grew up in a sleepy Iowa town as a third-generation farmer and salesman for Whipple Seeds, which sells genetically-modified seeds to area farmers
  • Ten Likely Blockbusters Slated For Summer 2013 Releases By : Zachary Mandell
    As schools let out and temperatures rise, families and friends make plans to hit the cool, dark interiors of local movie theaters Summer is the time when studios put it all on the line, casting nets of high-budget cinema in the hopes of drawing blockbuster crowds
  • Online Radio Stations – Unwinding Mood Anytime By : Nfc Wireless
    Listening to online radio stations is one of the best ways to stay tuned to your favorite songs of your favorite artists. Mexican online radio stations including Radio Michoacan and Radio Zirandaro are among those reliable sources that cater to your music related needs very well.
  • Movie Review: "Arthur Newman" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R
    Length: 101 minutes
    Release Date: April 26, 2013
    Directed By: Dante Ariola
    Genre: Drama/Comedy

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Released to United States viewers in April 2013, "Arthur Newman" gave audiences a look into what it might be like if they were able to escape their day-to-day lives and start anew
  • "The Great Gatsby" Boasts an All-Star Cast By : Zachary Mandell
    Australian director Baz Luhrmann is as well known for the music he uses to enhance his films as he is for the actual films This is because the director expertly mixes sound with each individual scene to produce a rich effect
  • Five Interesting Facts About "The Great Gatsby" By : Zachary Mandell
    Baz Luhrmann's latest film, "The Great Gatsby," is a retelling of the classic F Scott Fitzgerald tale of power, infidelity, and love
  • Movie Review: Mud By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13 (violence, sexual references, smoking, language, thematic elements)
    Length: 130 minutes
    Release Date: April 26, 2013
    Directed by: Jeff Nichols
    Genre: Drama

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    Imagine being a child living in rural Arkansas who found a small boat stuck up in a tree, tangled in the branches as the result of a recent flood
  • Kate Hudson: Versatile Actress By : Zachary Mandell
    Born as Kate Garry Hudson on April 19, 1979 in Los Angeles, California, Kate Hudson was destined to be an actress from the moment she was born Her parents were both famous actors, and her mother, Goldie Hawn, even won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in "Cactus Flower
  • Movie Review: "Pain & Gain" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (bloody violence, crude sexual content, nudity, language throughout, and drug use)
    Length: 129 minutes
    Release Date: April 26, 2013
    Directed by: Michael Bay
    Genre: Action/Comedy/Crime

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    The latest offering from director Michael Bay ("Transformers," "Armageddon"), "Pain & Gain" is not what viewers may be expecting
  • Baz Luhrmann and "The Great Gatsby" By : Zachary Mandell
    Baz Luhrmann is a world-renowned filmmaker whose latest production is the upcoming remake of F Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, "The Great Gatsby
  • The Tough Journey of Robert Downey, Jr. By : Zachary Mandell
    Born in Manhattan on April 4, 1965, Robert Downey, Jr has had a career that has spanned over forty years
  • Movie Review: "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG
    Length: 104 minutes
    Release Date: June 22, 1988
    Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
    Genre: Animation/Comedy/Crime

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    Films like "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" don't come along very often, but when they do, they leave a lasting impression
  • "Iron Man 3" Prepares to Sweep the Summer Box Office By : Zachary Mandell
    In the golden age of comic books, fans chose a side and stuck to that side DC made a name for itself in the world of comic books films by launching the "Superman" franchise
  • Movie Review: In the House By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (sexual content and strong language)
    Length: 105 minutes
    Release date: 10 October, 2012
    Directed by: François Ozon
    Genre: Mystery/Thriller

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    "In the House" is a 2012 film by director François Ozon that explores the mentor-student relationship between a young man and his French teacher
  • Movie Review: To the Wonder By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R
    Length: 112 minutes
    Release Date: April 12, 2013
    Directed by: Terrence Malick
    Genre: Drama/Romance

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    "To the Wonder" is a 2012 romantic drama It was directed by Terrence Malick and stars Ben Affleck (Neil), Rachel McAdams (Jane), Olga Kurylenko (Marina), and Javier Bardem (Father Quintana)
  • Lessons From the Neighborhood Mobster: Famous Quotes From "A Bronx Tale" By : Zachary Mandell
    Some movies are simply feel-good entertainment and easily work their way into the collective hearts of filmgoers "A Bronx Tale," released in 1993, is one such film, and it also furthered the careers of legendary Italian-American actors Robert De Niro and Chazz Palminteri
  • Movie Review: Disconnect By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (sexual content, some graphic nudity, language, violence, drug use involving teens) Length: 115 minutes
    Release Date: April 12, 2013
    Directed by: Henry Alex Rubin
    Genre: Drama/Thriller

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Nearly everyone has a story about how the Internet has helped them in some way, be it meeting a spouse on a dating site, or perhaps finding that dream job
  • Five Things You Didn't Know About "A Bronx Tale" By : Zachary Mandell
    Released in 1993, "A Bronx Tale" is a heartwarming tale of a boy growing up in the Bronx during the 1960s, the father who loves him, and the mobster who tries to show him a different way of life The film takes audiences on a wild ride in which they go from tears to laughter to anger over and over again
  • What Makes "A Bronx Tale" A Classic Gangster Movie? By : Zachary Mandell
    "A Bronx Tale" was quite the spectacle amongst gangster movie aficionados when it came out It marked the directorial debut of Robert De Niro, who was no stranger to crime movies, so everyone was looking forward to seeing what a movie with him at the helm would look like
  • Movie Review: 42 By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13
    Length: 128 minutes
    Release Date: April 12, 2013
    Directed By: Brian Helgeland
    Genre: Biography, drama, sport

    Stars: 4 out of 5

    Hollywood seems determined to expose audiences to lessons of the past, and it has been successful so far First, there was the 2012 release of "Argo," which told the story of the 1980 efforts of the CIA to get American diplomats out of Iran, followed by the critically acclaimed biographical drama "Lincoln
  • Movie Review: Filly Brown By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R (language, violence, some drug use)
    Length: 80 minutes
    Release Date: April 19, 2013
    Directed by: Youssef Delara and Michael D Olmos
    Genre: Drama/Music

    Stars: 2
  • What We Know About the New Characters in "Iron Man 3" By : Zachary Mandell
    "Iron Man 3" is a 2013 superhero film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe It's the third film in the "Iron Man" series and the seventh film in this franchise
  • Movie Review: "The Lords of Salem" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: R
    Length: 101 minutes
    Release Date: April 19, 2013
    Directed by: Rob Zombie
    Genre: Horror/Thriller

    Stars: 3 out of 5

    Heidi Laroc (Sheri Moon Zombie) is a recovering addict who is trying to live a quiet life in Salem, Massachusetts The city is notorious for the Salem witch trials of the 1600s, but Heidi goes about her daily duties as a local disc jockey as if none of those things happen
  • A History of "Iron Man" By : Zachary Mandell
    Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, has a rich history that is a big part of the Marvel comic book universe Since his introduction in 1963, he has appeared in several comic book series, cartoons, and movies in his distinctive armor
  • Guitar Video Lessons Are What You Need to Impress Friends and Family By : chickie maxwell
    

Some of the most well-known musicians today have become household names because of their ability to play guitar Slash, Synyster Gates, and Brad Paisley are all artists who play completely different styles of music but are very well known for their musical ability
  • Digital Magazines Offer Convenience and Easy Access By : chickie maxwell
    One of the big things that magazine lovers were worried about when the Internet started to take off was that the access to digital media would kill the printed word Thousands of years ago, people did not have ready access to paper, so they carved their words onto tablets of stone and clay
  • Movie Review: "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: PG-13
    Length: 143 minutes
    Release Date: July 9, 2003
    Directed by: Gore Verbinski
    Genre: Action/Adventure/Fantasy

    Stars: 4 out of 5

    "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" single-handedly made pirates stylish again in the eyes of moviegoers everywhere Johnny Depp's portrayal of Jack Sparrow wasn't his first role, but it is arguably his most well known to today's audiences
  • "Iron Man" Saved Robert Downey, Jr.'s World By : Zachary Mandell
    Marvel's "Avengers" was one of 2012's biggest blockbuster films, breaking a billion dollars in ticket sales in its first week Its main star is Robert Downey, Jr
  • Movies Making a Splash at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival By : Zachary Mandell
    Since its founding in 2002, the Tribeca Film Festival has served to bring together an eclectic combination of established filmmakers, actors, and incredibly pretentious fans with relative unknowns and the cream of the senior class from NYU's film school Somehow, it also manages to remind the world that Hollywood doesn't have a lock on the all-consuming corporatization of independent film
  • Movie Review: The Angels' Share By : Zachary Mandell
    Rating: Not Rated
    Length: 101 minutes
    Release date: 1 June, 2012
    Directed by: Ken Loach
    Genre: Comedy/ Drama

    Stars: 35 out of 5

    "The Angels' Share" (trailer here) is a 2012 dramatic comedy based on the lives of a man named Robbie and his closest friends

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