Archive for July, 2011
Cinema prices these days are outrageous! I can remember back when movies were very cheap to watch and not to mention worthy of ones time. Now these days movies are priced at extremely high sums that are bound to break ones wallet or purse. What ever happened to movies being cheap and affordable instead of costing movie goers an arm and a leg? I remember when an entire family could go to the movies with a mere thirty dollars; twenty for the family and ten for any drinks and condiments. Now it Read the rest of this entry »
This is an interesting question. If you watch a lot of movies, then you already know the answer. Well, let’s rephrase that. If you watch a lot of random movies, then you strongly feel that too many movies are being made.
Back in the day when video stores were all the rage, you could go in there and pick all kinds of movies based on enticing covers and blurbs. Unfortunately, this often led to Read the rest of this entry »
With the recent increase in services that bring the movies straight into our homes, it brings up the question: is the cinema going to stick around?
If we take a look back through the decades we will see a trend that has kept our cinemas up and running: adaptability and ingenuity. The cinema has survived numerous advancements: from color to the release of DVD’s. Like Hollywood, the cinemas keep finding ways to keep us Read the rest of this entry »
Space movies have amazed us and made us laugh. Some of the most significant advances in movie-making technology have been developed for space movies. The top 10 space movies of all time offer us a sense of adventure and fantasy that few other movies can touch.
10) “Star Trek” (2009) – This re-boot of the popular space series is rapidly being considered one of the best space movies ever made. The visual effects are incredible and the acting Read the rest of this entry »