Film & TV Articles
Three-Disc Set of the Worldwide Theatrical And Home Entertainment Phenomenon Contains Even More of the AVATAR Experience with Over Eight Hours of Never-Before-Seen Material and in-depth exploration into the World of Pandora!
Featured at the Burbank Film Festival, Becoming Eduardo is an uplifting coming of age film
'Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison' is an entertaining romp in Beatles lore, recounting the idea that Paul McCartney died in a car accident in 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike in order to prevent mass hysteria and fan suicides.
Mira Sorvino is “Paulie’s” daughter, one of Hollywood’s most famous “Mafioso” actors, Paul Sorvino. The acting apple doesn’t fall from the tree as Mira has carved out a successful, “non-Italiano” career
It's time for the fur to fly as the feline and canines team up and realize that for the first time, they can truly work together
A magical mystical movie, the Sorcerer's Apprentice is for everyone
Toy Story 3 is the best of the three
The Little Traitor is the story of friendship behind enemy lines
“A Matter of Size,” the opening film of the 5th Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, is an Israeli black comedy featuring emotionally impactful scenes that will resonate in your memory long after leaving the theater
James Cameron And John Landau Were On Hand To Promote The Release Of The Avatar Blu-Ray As Well As To Launch Its Partnership With The Earth Day Network
Hubble 3D is a window to a new world
The Top Films Of 2000 -20009 and what to drink while watching them, CHEERS
If you are interested in knowing what the Top Ten Films from 2000-2009 were, come and enjoy the cinematic ride
The 2009 American Film Market in Los Angeles added a public event this year called The Favorite Film Pitch Contest. AFM in conjunction with the People's Choice Awards will record movie pitches in the Filmmaker's Lounge
The Book of Eli, a post disaster Christian Western style film that may not last into the future
Sherlock Holmes - is new always better?
A romantic comedy Did You Hear About the Morgans? is a fun romp through the west
New television station makes its mark as Hollywood goes to Upper Manhattan
Both a portent of a potential crisis, and part urgent plea to turn back before it’s too late, Phillipe Diaz’s documentary The End of Poverty? is an enlightening film
Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. Pictures present The Blind Side