Monday, May 31, 2010

Shrek Forever After Movie Review: Happily Ogre After?

Shrek Forever After Movie Review: Happily Ogre After?
For its long-time followers, Shrek Forever After is passable entertainment. It's for those who have grown with the franchise's predecessors and not the type that can add any new toddler fans.
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Top 10 Biggest Malls in the World: A List Conquered by Asian Shopping Super-Structures

Top 10 Biggest Malls in the World: A List Conquered by Asian Shopping Super-Structures
This is the list of the Top 10 Biggest Malls in the World, according to Forbes, along with significant information and statistics for each mall.
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Orphan Movie Review: There is Something Wrong with Esther

Orphan Movie Review: There is Something Wrong with Esther
Orphan borrows from just about every other psycho-child thriller flick; but it is good to know that its visceral staples for the suspense-thriller kind is its good source of sheer terror.
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Angels and Demons Movie Review: The Suspenseful Novel Becomes an Audio-visual Flair

Angels and Demons Movie Review: The Suspenseful Novel Becomes an Audio-visual Flair
With the kind of plotting and the pretty good utilization of the medium for the novel, translating it into a two-hour audio-visual flair is really a tough path to take.
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MacGruber Movie Review: MacGruber is MacAwful

MacGruber Movie Review: MacGruber is MacAwful
With references from the classic action TV series MacGyver, MacGruber is a popular Saturday Night Live (SNL) sketch gone really MacAwful in its movie version.
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Domino Movie Review: An Acid Trip with Domino

Domino Movie Review: An Acid Trip with Domino
Oozing with tomboy spunkiness, Keira Knightley plays the character of the late Domino Harvey, the daughter of British actor Laurence Harvey.
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Why Does the Demand for Online Content Continuously Expanding in Scope?

Why Does the Demand for Online Content Continuously Expanding in Scope?
The convergence of the different communication platforms including the internet, telephone, mobile phone, television, and film has a clear path to take.
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Shrek the Third Movie Review: The Slapstick Third

Shrek the Third Movie Review: The Slapstick Third
The Shrek franchise comes up with its third installment quite inferior to the first two. Shrek the Third tries to do its best to bring out some laugh-inducing slapstick from the can. At the least, it has the very humor that Shrek fans have come to expect.
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Monday, May 24, 2010

The Time Traveler's Wife Movie Review: "Time Warping" Love and Destiny

The Time Traveler's Wife Movie Review: "Time Warping" Love and Destiny
The Time Traveler's Wife takes the story of a couple who is led into the grandeur and sadness of life and the mystery of time. With its own mix of drama, romance, and science-fiction, is it really worth your time?
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Jennifer's Body Movie Review: Capitalizing on a High School Scare Flick

Jennifer's Body Movie Review: Capitalizing on a High School Scare Flick
In Jennifer's Body, Megan Fox looks high school foxy as a scarily hot horror queen in the usual teen scare flick set-up. And it could probably work best for midnight screenings and slumber parties.
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Robin Hood Movie Review: Bull's Eye Action but Miles of Missed Storytelling

Robin Hood Movie Review: Bull's Eye Action but Miles of Missed Storytelling
Robin Hood is a sweeping epic complete with spectacle and pageantry; yet, it collapses into an epic cliché.
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How to Transfer Film to Video

How to Transfer Film to Video
When transferring film to video, the film needs to undergo telecine transfer, the process of transferring motion picture film into video format.
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Traveling to Busan, Korea: A Guide to Tourists

Traveling to Busan, Korea: A Guide to Tourists
Busan, Korea is the fifth largest port city in the world. It is famous for its beach attractions, temples, cultural and historical sites, restaurants, shopping districts and nightlife spots.
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Best Flight Schools in the Philippines

Best Flight Schools in the Philippines
The Philippines offers a low cost of living, high literacy rate and quality education as determined by the success of Filipino professionals within the country and all over the world.
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Friday, May 21, 2010

How to Build a Home Movie Theater

How to Build a Home Movie Theater
Designing a room as a home movie theater requires knowledge on the basics of audio-video systems, lighting, soundproofing and electrical connections.
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How to Develop Your Own 35mm Film Negative

How to Develop Your Own 35mm Film Negative
Developing your own 35mm film requires technical skills and film developing equipment. Your parents or even grandparents may have used them decades ago. And you might be interested to know how to actually develop a film by yourself.
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How to Convert VHS Tapes to DVD Discs

How to Convert VHS Tapes to DVD Discs
Old VHS tape collections don't have to be buried in the stockroom. To keep up with the times, you can make digital copies to suit your DVD player at home.
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Iron Man 2 Movie Review: The Iron Man Element Still Works

Iron Man 2 Movie Review: The Iron Man Element Still Works
Clearly and wittily exuding a screwball vibe filled with action and techno treats, "Iron Man 2" lives up to the idea of slam-bang entertainment. It is undoubtedly a solid blockbuster sequel with a few faults that people won't mind overlooking.
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Using Trademarks in Movies

Using Trademarks in Movies
A trademark is a distinctive indicator used by an individual, a company or any other legal entity which identifies specific consumer products and services to be coming from a unique and identifiable source.
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Top Home Remedies List for Stomach Cramps, Heartburn, Diarrhea and Other Stomach Problems

Top Home Remedies List for Stomach Cramps, Heartburn, Diarrhea and Other Stomach Problems
Usually, an upset stomach is caused by improper food habits like quitting breakfast, eating spicy or fast food while rushing to work, overeating and eating food or drinking refreshments with milk or dairy products.
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How to Spend Money as a VIP in Las Vegas

How to Spend Money as a VIP in Las Vegas
Make a short list of what you want to do and finalize it depending on how long you will stay in Las Vegas. It's best to decide ahead of time so you can get the best from your stay.
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Las Vegas Hotels Outside the Strip and the Non-Tourist Areas

Las Vegas Hotels Outside the Strip and the Non-Tourist Areas
The more famous ones may be along the Strip, but there are many others that can provide you with interesting accommodation packages, entertainment and dining spaces, nightlife spots, and of course, Vegas-style gambling sites.
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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Marketing as a Vital Part of Film Production

Marketing as a Vital Part of Film Production
Whether you intend the film to be watched for commercial purposes or you want it to be merely seen and touch lives of people for non-commercial film screenings and festivals, you need to let the people know that there is something to watch out for.
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Film Workers Are Filmmakers

Film Workers Are Filmmakers
Most of the time, the very person who seems to have the ultimate right to be called a filmmaker is the director. Should it really end there?
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New Moon Movie Review: A Swoon Movie for the Fans

New Moon Movie Review: A Swoon Movie for the Fans
This second bite to the hugely popular Twilight saga can't exactly do the same for the outsiders. It may not be good enough to seduce new fans, but it's not bad enough to break off relentless infatuations from its very much anticipating target market.
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In Her Shoes Movie Review: More Than Just a Chick Flick

In Her Shoes Movie Review: More Than Just a Chick Flick
In Her Shoes actually has enough depth. This chick flick is a richly textured story about the reconnecting of two estranged sisters who have nothing in common but their shoe sizes.
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Movies and Filmmaking: Homage, Rip-off, or Coincidence?

Movies and Filmmaking: Homage, Rip-off, or Coincidence?
At least, once in your life, you have watched a film and uttered these words somehow: "This film is very much like another film I watched before."
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Shooting in 35mm Film or in HD: What's the Difference?

Shooting in 35mm Film or in HD: What's the Difference?
The regular shooting format for most Hollywood films is in 35mm film. A 35mm negative is exposed to come up with moving images through 35mm film cameras. After the shoot, the exposed films are brought to the film laboratory for developing.
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The Legend of Zorro Movie Review: The Dela Vega Heroes

The Legend of Zorro Movie Review: The Dela Vega Heroes
The Legend of Zorro tones down a bit by fronting the more human issues about family relationships as compared to the visually purist, action-filled premise driving the storyline on such an action genre.
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Crossing Over Movie Review: Interlocking Stories, Illegal Struggles, and Immigration

Crossing Over Movie Review: Interlocking Stories, Illegal Struggles, and Immigration
Forced, heavy-handed and overdone, Crossing Over gets so wrapped up in its quest for topical resonance that it forgets some of the basics of telling a good narrative,
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Top Makeup Schools in Hollywood

Top Makeup Schools in Hollywood
As a makeup artist, the basic skills you need to develop is having a good eye for color, knowing the differences between skin types and being able to determine fitting makeup according to actors' roles.
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Best Restaurants for a Romantic Evening in Las Vegas, Nevada

Best Restaurants for a Romantic Evening in Las Vegas, Nevada
With travelers coming from all over the world, couples visiting Las Vegas have varying preferences. Yet, the common denominator is that lovers want to have quality time together.
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Whiteout Movie Review: Frozen to Dullness in Antarctica

Whiteout Movie Review: Frozen to Dullness in Antarctica
Whiteout is like the impending six months of darkness in Antarctica. Not with the chilling thrills, but with the total bore of staying inside a scientific research facility with only the endless stretches of Antarctic ice as companion.
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

How to Make Your Own 3D Photo and Viewing it with Anaglyph 3D Glasses

How to Make Your Own 3D Photo and Viewing it with Anaglyph 3D Glasses
This is a simple start-up project to let you explore the world of 3D imaging, and you don't need to own a 3D camera for it.
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Movie Review: Masterful, Moody, and Magnificent

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Movie Review: Masterful, Moody, and Magnificent
This sixth installment in the Harry Potter film franchise is of the right mix for the specific needs of the story. It is never dumb and yet it is not pretentiously profound. It is smart as it is honest. It is dark as it is funny.
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Ong-bak Movie Review: No Doubles, No Strings, No CGIs

Ong-bak Movie Review: No Doubles, No Strings, No CGIs
Ong-bak presents the art of Muay Thai in a contemporary setting. Yet, it is very much inspired by the people's carried on traditions and culture and their ancient fighting spirit.
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X-Men Origins - Wolverine Movie Review: The Adamantium Thrill and Tragedy

X-Men Origins - Wolverine Movie Review: The Adamantium Thrill and Tragedy
X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the first spin-off of the X-Men character movies, is a considerably reliable, action-packed first attempt for an X-Men origin story.
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James Cameron's Avatar Breaks DVD Records During Its Earth Day Release

James Cameron's Avatar Breaks DVD Records During Its Earth Day Release
The initial DVD and Blu-ray releases of James Cameron's eco sci-fi epic Avatar further proves its high market value as fans rushed to purchase the video copies of the film during its Apr. 22, 2010 release.
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Into the Blue Movie Review: Soaking Deep into the Blue

Into the Blue Movie Review: Soaking Deep into the Blue
But it runs out of air with its contrived plot and the interest for it sinks aimlessly into the deep-waters of the Bahamas. The treasure isn't priced well. And it's long soaked and buried deep into the blue...
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Top 25 Best Selling DVDs of 2009

Top 25 Best Selling DVDs of 2009
Given the results of the top selling DVDs of 2009, it clearly shows how the charm of the movie in the box office is directly proportional to its DVD sales.
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Best Restaurants for a Romantic Evening in Las Vegas, Nevada

Best Restaurants for a Romantic Evening in Las Vegas, Nevada
With travelers coming from all over the world, couples visiting Las Vegas have varying preferences. Yet, the common denominator is that lovers want to have quality time together.
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Best Microbrews in Las Vegas

Best Microbrews in Las Vegas
Microbrews in Vegas are all over the hotels, casinos and just about any of the prime spots where commercial establishments stand tall. And a number of microbreweries around invite the locals and tourists alike for a dose of fun, food and drinks.
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The Best Las Vegas Clubs for Couples

The Best Las Vegas Clubs for Couples
As couples may prefer to have a more passionate time, party with friends, or enjoy the Las Vegas scenery whether indoors or outdoors, there are are many clubs to explore around Vegas for the guests' varying preferences.
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Popular Gift Ideas in the Philippines

Popular Gift Ideas in the Philippines
Gifts don't necessarily need to be grand or expensive as even a simple keychain or any small souvenir makes Filipinos feel happy and remembered.
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Vacation Ideas for Singles Traveling to the Philippines

Vacation Ideas for Singles Traveling to the Philippines
As it is a time for you to have the time of your life, going the exotic route like having a vacation in the Philippines, an archipelago known for its world-class beaches and natural attractions, is something to consider.
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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Movie Review

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Movie Review
The story centers on a tightly knit group of the four girls Lena (Alexis Bledel), Bridget (Blake Lively), Carmen (America Ferrera) and Tibby (Amber Tamblyn).
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I Love You, Beth Cooper Movie Review: Flip-flopping with the Farce and the Funny

I Love You, Beth Cooper Movie Review: Flip-flopping with the Farce and the Funny
I Love You, Beth Cooper is average stuff... that is to compare what you see in the unimaginative trailer and what this teen movie rehash actually delivers for its worn out theme and story.
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