Hollywood Harems: A Documentary Film Review

Tania Kamal-Eldin's Hollywood Harems: A Documentary was produced by Women Make Movies (Firm) in 1999. Tania Kamal-Elin is an independent filmmaker ... read more

Interstellar - Movie Review

What if, in a future time not too remote, the Earth's resources were about to finish? In a world like this, existence becomes an everyday fight and ... read more

Boyhood - A Path Breaking Epic

Richard Linklater's Boyhood is audacious in its ambition. To film a movie for 12 years involving the same cast and crew is something next to imposs ... read more

The 25th Hour - Movie Review

Monty Brogan (Edward Norton) is a man living in New York. The 25th Hour tells about his last 24 hours of freedom; next day in fact, Monty' ... read more

Why I Did Not Like The Movie Man of Steel

Although there are moments of Man of Steel that I truly enjoyed, I am completely baffled that so many others loved it. I would somewhat consider my ... read more

The Babadook (2014)

"The Babadook" is a 2014 Australian psychological thriller. It stars Essie Davis as Amelia and Noah Wiseman as Samuel. It was written and directed ... read more

Padayappa, Textiles and Livestock

Once upon a time in the year 1999, the inhabitants of Chennai, India, were rejoicing after a long wait. For months they had struggled against that ... read more

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Is a Lesson in Teamwork

When the screen fills with the five-pronged army of characters who do not have even a single trait in common, even the mildest of skeptics is sure ... read more

Lions for Lambs

"Lions for Lambs" is a drama that looks at the Afghanistan and Iraq wars to see if they have any credibility left. What is happening in the Middle ... read more

Shaun of the Dead (2004) Review

Shaun of the Dead is a horror comedy taking place in London. It stars Simon Pegg as Shaun, Kate Ashfield as Liz, and Nick Frost as Ed. Shaun ... read more

The Friday the 13th Films Parts I-X

Of all the slashers out there, Jason Voorhees has probably been the most trademarked with his signature hockey mask. But the storylines from most o ... read more

Review: 12 Years a Slave

Intelligence is not required to see that African-Americans (non-whites in general) are extremely underrepresented in the world of television and fi ... read more

Review: Captain Phillips

For years now, there have been an enormous amount of attempts from Somali pirates looking to overtake foreign ships from all over the world who cro ... read more

Review: Ender's Game

The minds of youngsters can be like a sponge as they grow up. Before hitting puberty, the human brain is still developing into what it needs to be ... read more

Review: Gravity

For as much as we know about space nowadays, it remains just as much of an unknown as it's always been. In spite of what's been discovered about it ... read more