Movie Review: The Hangover Part III puts the finishing touches on an unforgettable movie trilogy. It's nice to see a comedy gain a "trilogy" status, you don't see it too often, and if you do it's mostly regrettable. To make a trilogy without objections to it's fan base is impossible. Film fans will criticize sequels for many reasons, for example, many criticized Director Todd Phillips about The Hangover Part II for repeating the same exact formula of the original only in a different part of the world.
Movie Review: Mud is a story that would make Mark Twain proud. Mud has a classic feel, showcasing how life and love blend, the same way the river meets the ocean.
What's it about?: Two young teen's lazy days on the river are interrupted when they encounter the title character, Mud. Mud enlists the boys help so he can reach his goals of love and freedom.
Fox has removed a recent episode of "Family Guy' that depicts people being killed at the Boston Marathon from its website and on Hulu.com
In the episode, the main character, Peter Griffin, is asked by sports announcer Bob Costas about his performance at the marathon. A flashback shows Peter mowing down runners with his car.
"I'll tell ya, Bob, I just got in my car and drove it," Griffin says. "And when there was a guy in my way, I killed him."
Later he befriends a terrorist who was plotting to blow up a bridge, though Peter didn't know about those plans.
China has unexpectedly banned the movie 'Django' on Thursday, opening day, after the movie was heavily promoted inside China.
Though no official reason has been given yet, most expect that the film maker failed to alter enough of the bloody violent scenes to make it more acceptable to the Chinese market such as how far blood spatters.
China is the world's second largest movie market behind the U.S.
American film studios have maintained a practice of editing some scenes so that they are acceptable for showing inside China.
Movie Review: You will be artistically transformed when inside the comfortable confines of the great French painter's safe haven, as this film focuses on a time in the twilight years of Renoir's life. War lays heavy on the mind of the famous French impressionist as his son Jean returns home wounded. The artist's newest muse seems to lighten the hearts of all.
DirecTV has added DogTV to its lineup of available channels to help your dog stay stress free while your at work.
The satellite TV provider intends to offer the channel for $5.99 per month sometime later this year.
The content is aimed at dogs, and contains scenes, music and noises canine therapists believe help make your pooch more relaxed, especially for dog with separation anxiety.
Some of this television programming is already available on the internet, and to viewers in southern California with Cox cable.
DogTV began about a year ago in San Diego by co-founder Ron Levi.
Marvel Comics has announced that it will begin giving away 700 top issues of popular comic books starting at 11:59pm Eastern Time Tuesday.
The comic book maker previously tried this last month to receive the free digital issues but comic book fans logged on in such large numbers that it crashed their servers.
“We expected a high degree of excitement for the Marvel initiative – and had believed ourselves prepared – but unfortunately we became overwhelmed by the immense response,” ComiXology CEO David Steinberger wrote on the site’s blog at the time.
The Florida Film Festival is off to the races and absolutely pleasing to my "Open Eyes". This is my first Florida Film Festival and I am definitely in movie heaven. As of Tuesday morning, here are some "Movie Minute Moments" from the films I viewed and rated at the Florida Film Festival. (Scores are out of 11)
Combustion: A visually stimulating short film that was a perfect fit to kick off a Film Festival whose theme is "Open Your Eyes". Score: 7
Filmmaker Marc Menchaca, along with creative collaborator and Co-Director Josh Barrett, exposes a personal passion project for all to see in the film This Is Where We Live. After seeing the film, your going to think about family, maybe your family or one of your extended families that reached out and helped you along the way.