Ok, so here I am, sitting on my laptop, browsing on Amazon, searching for a movie I recently watched. I find it and decide to take a quick look at the reviews and I have to say that I did not like what I saw. When I say that I enjoyed this film, it appears that I am in the minority.
The film in question? Dreamcatcher, a horror/thriller based on the novel by Stephen King.
The main cast includes: Jonesy (Damian Lewis; ‘Band of Brothers’& ‘Life’) Beav (Jason Lee; ‘My Name is Earl’ & ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks’) Pete (Timothy Olyphant; ‘A Perfect Getaway’ & ‘Deadwood’)...
Hard to believe, but movie theaters have been holding their own, despite intense competition from cable, the Internet and other media. After a 2005 slump, box office revenue increased over the past few years, and it's likely 2009 will have set a new record. But that growth is due largely to inflation; the number of tickets bought has stayed close to 1.4 billion since 2005, while the average ticket price has climbed from $6.41 to $7.46.
There's a Teen Titans Go! film coming out called Teen Titans Go! to the Movies. A lot of people are dreading the film, but I think that tons of people should check out the film.
1. The Teen Titans will finally be on the big screen.
There have been some Teen Titans films. However those films were direct to DVD, not theatrical. Robin has been on the big screen various times and Cyborg was in the Justice League film, but this is Raven, Starfire, and Beast Boy's first theatrical film.
2. Slade will be the villain.
Slade is the Teen Titans' main villain and a recurring antagonist to Batman. He's become...
Danish actress link has emerged as a fast rising star on the American indie film festival circuit.
Most recently, her talents have been on full display starring as a sister fighting for survival after an alien invasion in link; and starring in the title role of the experimental musical link, based on the real-life model and singer.
Sally originally made her way to America to study at the renowned California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), and she’s been building a solid reputation and resume ever since.
Sally Maersk recently took time to answer a few questions: