Apollo 13 Movie Review & Film Summary (1995)
There is a moment early in "Apollo 13" when astronaut Jim Lovell is taking some press on a tour of the Kennedy Space Center, and he brags that they have a computer "that fits in one room and can send out millions of instructions. " And I'm thinking to myself, hell, I'm writing this review on a better computer than the one that got us to the moon. "Apollo 13" inspires many reflections, and one of them is that America's space program was achieved with equipment that would look like tin cans today. Like Lindbergh, who crossed the Atlantic in the first plane he could string together that might make it, we went to the moon the moment we could, with the tools that were at hand.
Minchagi Nee Baralu Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India
A scientist leaves behind his wealth, including a time machine to an engineering student. Through this machine, he ends up conversing with a student living in 1999 and falls in love with her. Will he manage to trace her and have a happily ever after story? This film by Randeep Santaram Mahadik is interesting and novel to the average movie-goer. But, if one looks closely, the director has cleverly chosen the plot of the cult Korean film Il Mare. The theme of the Korean film was two people living in the same house by a lake, who end up writing letters to each other, even though they live across different time periods.
Magic Mike XXL
Stephen 'Twitch' Boss, Matt Bomer, Kevin Nash, Joe Manganiello, Channing Tatum and Adam Rodriguez in 'Magic Mike XXL. ' Credit: Warner Bros. If you vibed with the naked-dude testosterone of Magic Mikethree years ago, theXXLsequel will go down easy. Maybe easier, since screenwriter Reid Carolin lightens up on the first film's cautionary moralizing. Instead, we get bracing bro banter, pectoral flexing and the whole gang going wild on Molly. Good times. Channing Tatum, who stripped for a living in his younger years, is back as Mike, and damn, that dude can dance.
Posts about movie review on WildeBeard Reviews
Welcome back to “Better Late Than Never” Movie Reviews where I go back in movie history and check out a movie that I missed the first time around. Today we’re checking out “2 Fast 2 Furious”, the second entry in the “Fast and Furious” franchise and the movie that kicks off it’s incredibly annoying naming convention! Is “2 Fast 2 Furious” one of those rare sequels that surpasses the original? Is it an awful retread (HA car puns) of the same story? Where did almost the entire cast go? Let’s discuss! I had some trepidation about “2 Fast 2 Furious” because I knew that Paul Walker was the only main cast member returning from “The Fast and the Furious” and that sends up red flags for any sequel.
Being Cyrus Reviews & Ratings - IMDb
Write review Page 1 of 4:     Index 36 reviews in total 29 out of 30 people found the following review useful: Author: Amish Gandhi from United States 14 December 2005 The dark comedy Being Cyrus centers around the lives of a Parsi family, the Sethnas. From the film's name, expectations that conjure up are about a typical Parsi existence. But as the film gets underway and the plot unravels, you realize that it is far from that. The story brings out the dark sides of some seemingly ordinary characters, who eventually go to unbelievable lengths to achieve their goals.
Maaya Movie Review
Release date : Aug 01, 2014 123telugu. com Rating : 2. 5/5 Director : Neelkanta Producer : Madhura Sreedhar, M. V. K. Reddy Music Director : Sekhar Chandra Starring : Harshavardhan Rane, Avantika, Sushma Raj , Nandini Rai National award winning director Neelakanta, who makes unusual films is back again with Maaya. Based on the extrasensory perception (ESP) concept, this film has Harshavardhan Rane and Avanthika in lead roles. Produced by Madhura Sridhar, this film has released today. Let’s see how this film is… Story: Meghana (Avanthika Mishra) is a young TV reporter, who has extrasensory perception (ESP) syndrome.
Orphan Reviews & Ratings - IMDb
Write review Page 1 of 39:            Index 387 reviews in total 287 out of 376 people found the following review useful: Author: theboywhocouldfly from United States 25 July 2009 Finally, a horror film about adults. Adults with complex issues and children that act like children and not hyper precocious sex models. The reason to see this film isn't to find out the over advertised " Esther's secret" of the film (a MAJOR misstep in marketing. Too many people now enter the film trying to figure out the "secret" before they normally would have been surprised), but rather to see a well-acted (extremely well acted by Vera F.
Episode 50 Reviews & Ratings - IMDb
Write review Page 1 of 4:     Index 34 reviews in total And scraping the bottom of the Blair Witch / Paranormal Activity barrel I find this film, grinning idiotically up at me, just waiting to consume 90 minutes of my life. You know, I admit it, I'm a sucker for these kind of horror films. So I probably deserve it when some celluloid creature like this shambles out of the dark and takes a bite out of me. But, seriously, when someone has an idea for a movie - shouldn't they, you know, kind of flesh it out? Think it through a few times? Am I being too demanding here? "Episode 50" follows two teams of "psychic investigators", one secular and one religious, into one of those "most haunted place on Earth" places (of which there are several hundred or so if you watch these kind of TV shows), in this case an old mental hospital.
Oz is the show that started HBO, and it was a great preface to the television that would come. From the amazing opening theme to the endingOz is the show that started HBO, and it was a great preface to the television that would come. From the amazing opening theme to the ending credits, I guarantee that Oz will entertain you like no other TV show has. The tension of Breaking Bad, the scope and amazing characters of The Wire, and the smart writing of The Sopranos; and all years before any of those shows were being produced. While the show's influence is difficult to find in modern TV, it is definitely there.
Cars Movie Review & Film Summary (2006)
I wouldn't have thought that even in animation a 1951 Hudson Hornet could look simultaneously like itself and like Paul Newman, but you will witness that feat, and others, in "Cars. " This is the new animated feature by John Lasseter ("Toy Story," "A Bug's Life"); it tells a bright and cheery story, and then has a little something profound lurking around the edges. In this case, it's a sense of loss. What have we lost? Its hero, a racing car named Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson), has just lost a big race, and then one day on the highway he goes astray, and rolls into the forgotten hamlet of Radiator Springs, in Carburetor County.