Category Archives for "Movies"
This is a guest post. Donna is a frequent writer, blogging often about media, still photography, and filmmaking. There is an internet conversation going on, querying the expensive production of PIXAR films. When Toy Story appeared in 1995, its production … Continue reading
This is a guest post. Stephanie Cable is a movie and pop culture nerd from Salt Lake City and writes regularly for CableTV.com. Thanks to the technological boom of past decade, Americans are nowaccustomed to constant stimulation. We can have … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Brandi Tolleson, who is a technology and gadget product reviewer, as well as a tasteful lover of great films. As the Blu-ray library continues to expand, finding the right films to express the full … Continue reading
Wow. There are certainly a lot of bad dialogue writers out there. How come THEY get to have movies made? To be fair, sometimes it’s the actor who deserves the blame (or the save, for keeping movies off this list.) … Continue reading
So currently in limited release is Repo! The Genetic Opera. I can’t tell whether I should see this movie. I mean, some reviews imply that it’s one of the more original artworks to come along in years. Meanwhile, the presence … Continue reading
So a group of friends and I go last night to the premiere of the new M. Knight Shyamalan movie, The Happening. In my mind, each of his movies has been successively less worthy than the last, but I figured … Continue reading
I finally just saw the movie Once. Critics and bloggers I trusted wrote that it is one of the best films to come along in a years. They weren’t lying.
If ever there was a sign that today’s youth is in danger of cultural brain rot, the trend in “comedy” that has included Date Movie, Epic Movie, and now Meet the Spartans is it. Fortunately, critics everywhere are jumping at … Continue reading
Maybe it’s not as cool as the Beowulf one I put up yesterday, but I’m no less excited by Iron Man. With a release date of next May, clearly this is Marvel’s attempt at filling the Spider-Man void (till the … Continue reading