Pages tagged with Film Review

A review on the movie American Sniper, starring Bradley Cooper. Movie highlights, actor impressions, personal opinion and a quick anecdote of my time on the American Sniper movie set!
Review of "City of Angels" film (1998) with Nicolas Cage
An unconvincing story, no impressive performances and a total lack of tension. In other words, quite a boring SF. The only exciting part was the one where you can admire Alexis Knapps's delightful butt
This article tells about the lives of children who live in the jungle wilderness away from the crowds and all facilities. here also told of a volunteer who wanted to serve da stay with the child in the forest jungle for a long time in order to educate the children of the jungle, and t...
I am very happy and proud of to my entire friends in “THS” community (Ternate Heritage Societies) especially to Mr. Iwan Dano who is creativity to make an indie movie was setting in Ternate Island, this is an exceptionally result of his creativity.
The article is about the landmark created by the film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for being the longest running film in the history of Indian Cinema.
A film as empty as my bladder after a lengthy visit to the toilet. Only watch it when you have time to waste.
An adolescent story with a disappointing predictable plot.
A low-budget, costing only 42,000 $ and made in mere 12 days. And ultimately it´s an excellent highly recommended movie ...
Martin Scorsese has been both a critical and commercially successful director since the 1970s. In many ways he has epitomised post-modernism but in doing so he has changed things for so many future directors (such as Quentin Tarantino and David. O Russell). He has brought a culture to...
Review of the new feature film Godzilla directed by British director Gareth Edwards starring Bryan Cranston , Juliette Binoche and Aaron Taylor-Johnson
After the first film in 2011, now has come the second film is Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
film theater arts article is very useful to especially students who are doing their research. This is because in the article, I have thoroughly done my part hence the students who are interested wont have much to do but to get the facts from this article.
Red Hill is an Australian made Thriller/Western produced in 2010 with a strong cast under the guidance of Director Patrick Hughes. This is a review of the film.
Even though this is the tenth filming of the Alexandre Dumas classic tale of love, lust, betrayal, and redemption there are many reasons to recommend viewing this film, among them the stars. This film is written in its stars.
Perhaps everyone has seen it at least once if not multiple times, and yet when this film was released during the Christmas season of 1946 it was NOT a smash! Not even close. It's difficult to imagine, isn't it?
Based on Homer's "Odyssey", the Coen Brothers have given the world a magical, mystical farce set in depression-era Mississippi with three dimwitted escapees from a chain gang led by Ulysses Everett McGill (George Clooney) bumbling and singing their way across the delta to fun and free...
Whether or not you're in the camp of the conspiracy theorists regarding the Kennedy Assassination or you just don't know or really care, you owe it to yourself to see Oliver Stone's epic "JFK" starring Kevin Costner. Even though a lengthy film, it's paced narrative keeps the viewer r...
A review of the 2013 movie The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Simple acts of bravery is the theme of "Hotel Rwanda" (2004) which has been heralded as the "African Schindler's List" and sweeps the viewer to the Rwandan Civil War and genocide of 1994 and a real-life hero who connived to protect his family, friends and neighbors from the civil unre...
If you're looking for a great film about teen angst loaded with A-List stars before they were A-Listers, then you "need" to check out "The Outsiders" a Francis Ford Coppola film so good you'll probably want to see it again.
Classroom movies can often focus on bumble-headed teachers and idiotic principals (i.e. escapist fantasy comedy) which may satisfy some, but usually miss the mark. "The History Boys" offers a far different look inside the classroom than I've ever seen portrayed on the big screen.
If you're in the market for an unconventional musical-comedy and can handle full frontal male nudity then I've got the ticket for you!
Amid the horrors of The Holocaust in Dachau concentration camp in 1934, two gay men one with a pink triangle and one faking it with a Jewish star try to survive day-to-day life.
In Robert Altman's final film, assembled onstage are some of the finest cast of eclectic characters a film-goer could ask for. Throw in Garrison Keillor's always hokey/homey yet hilarious script and you've got the movie version of his over three decades long radio show "A Prairie Hom...
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