Villains are the movie characters we love to hate, but they wouldn’t be very good at their job if they were easy to catch. The best movie villains are also charismatic, strangely likeable and highly skilled negotiators. They may always lose out in the end but the most captivating villains manage to put on an … Continue reading 8 Movie Villains Who Were Awesome Negotiators (But Still Lost The Battle)!
Ever watched a movie and noticed that the placement of a character’s scar, or the prop or costume used seemed a little bit off? It most likely is, but don’t judge the production team too hard. There is a lot of work, arduous planning and meticulous editing that goes into producing a feature film. Despite … Continue reading Worst Continuity Problems in Films
Christmas movies are often classified as classics, frequently entering the realm of feel good fodder for the entire family to enjoy on a long winter night. And with new holiday movies being released each and every year, the choices are endless with content ranging from Christmas comedy to silver screen classics or even chick flick … Continue reading Top Five Christmas Comedies
When you think of a nerd, you probably picture suspenders, taped glasses and social banishment, but the latest TV geeks are changing the stereotype. Don’t get me wrong; they’re still pretty socially awkward and relate better to computers than to people, but TV’s best geeks know how to turn those disadvantages into major benefits. And, … Continue reading All Hail the Geeks: 7 of TVs Biggest Nerds
London’s West End has one of the world’s most vibrant theatre scenes. Theatre is a part of our culture that I’ve always been very proud of and I think more people should be too. As a theatre enthusiast, I try to visit the West End a few times every year because there’s always so much to … Continue reading Film to Theatre Adaptations across the West End
There are few things that can inspire wanderlust as much as a good film. Maybe it is the scenery, or just seeing the rewarding trip being taken by the main characters. Whatever it is, many travelers like to pop in a movie or two before they head out on their own adventures. I have a … Continue reading Best Movies for Travel Inspiration
The trailer made the film attractive, but a trailer deludes an audience, since the best part of the film is concentrated in a few minutes.
This is a successful Québec film with Hollywood influences. There’s no intense story but “The Life with My Father” has impact nevertheless. You would be excused for overlooking it because of its uninspiring title, however, you will find the title just right when you watch the film. It is romantic but not ordinarily romantic. Its … Continue reading La Vie Avec Mon Pere – Writing is Rewriting Life