Movie Reviews Articles
Expert Author: Chaitanya Patel
A moviegoer has no way to find out if a movie is worth a watch or not. A movie trailer might give a feeling that it is an absolute must watch but once done, it might all seem as a waste of time as well as money given that the movie turns out to be an absolute crap.
Expert Author: Jack Dawn
Movie reviews have redefined themselves. Now celebrity gossip elements are now part of them. This article sheds light on the trend of celeb gossip expanding its horizons into the reviews section. We have all read movie reviews. They make an impact on the way we watch a movie in the theater. We accept it or not, the movie review that we read has a distinct effect on our mind. It gives you a preconceived set of ideas that you take to the movie hall with you. But those days have changed since.
Expert Author: L. Michael Clark
From time to time, a movie character will come along that stands the test of time. Hardly any figure has been featured in motion pictures much more generally than the creature from the ocean, Godzilla. This massive monster was first featured in the 1954 Japanese film, Godzilla, with a closely edited edition introduced in the United States in 1956 know as Godzilla, King of the Monsters. The term Godzilla is really a combination of two Japanese words, gorira meaning gorilla and kujira meaning whale. His physical appearance has changed to some extent over time and yet his basic features have continued to be mostly identical.
Expert Author: Tara Young
With a number of movies releasing every week, it is wise to maintain your own personalized movie lists. You can maintain a note book to write down movie names. But there are software available in the market that make creating, maintaining and manipulating your lists much easier.
Expert Author: Tara Young
Film critics all over the world are getting ready to pen down movie reviews on latest Hollywood releases. On the threshold of 2009 Hollywood is going to present a New Year bonanza for movie lovers with a series of film releases world wide starting from 25th December. Defiance is one of the most talked about film releases of 2008-2009. Apart from Defiance there are several other movies waiting to be released or has stared screening already.
It took an inordinately long time for movie land to bring us a modern day treasure hunt worth watching, but Director Jon Turteltaub delivered big time in National Treasure, the story of a secret treasure that crosses the centuries. National Treasure is full of obscure clues. National Treasure stays focused on the clues with the actors not upstaging the treasure hunt story line.
How can a film produce an Oscar winning Best Actress performance and a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination and still be a terrible movie? Easy, just fail to deliver an important message involving understanding and knowledge when you have millions of moviegoers who are glued to your presentation.
Let me get to the most important thing first: Director Martin Scorsese won an Oscar for "The Departed". Scorsese, one of the most accomplished directors of our era, has been nominated for 7 Oscars-5 for Best Director and 2 for Best Screenplay-before winning with The Departed. The Departed is simply the best mob film since Mario Puzo's original Godfather in 1972.
Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto" shows the raw, violent face of the advanced Mayan civilization in its decline, with its rulers insisting that the key to continued prosperity is to build more temples and offer more human sacrifices to their Gods. The result is innocent Mayans being viciously attacked and their communal way of life being destroyed to meet an insane desire. Will they be able to survive the onslaught?
Here are four average movies, two of which are pretty screwed up (The Family Stone with Sarah Jessica Parker, Diane Keaton, Craig T. Nelson and Rachel McAdams, and Mona Lisa Smile with Julia Roberts) and two of which are unpretentious and easy on the eye (Indian Summer with Diane Lane and Unlikely Angel with Dolly Parton) Despite being pure fluff, I would rate the last two better than the first two.
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