Let Me Introduce You “My American Uncle” – A Great French Movie

My American Uncle is a real cinematic oddity combining documentary and drama to fashion something wholly unique. The film attempts to discuss the behaviourist survival theories of Henri Laborit – who takes on the role of the narrator – and achieves this with a uniquely academic approach. The movie is structured almost as a series of

Watch Into The Wild To Enjoy The Beautiful Nature

Based on the non fiction book by Jon Krakauer, Sean Penn’s movie traces the life of Christopher McCandless, a college graduate who gave it all up (education, career and family) to pack up and go Into The Wild. The film plays like a fairy tale in which the protagonist, Christopher (Emile Hirsch) takes a journey

The Last Survivors – Post Apocalyptic Movie For Action Fans

Set in a future which hasn’t seen rainfall in years, The Last Survivors sees young Kendal and her brother Dean survive in the ruins of the orphanage where they grew up. They have one of the few working wells in the area and must fiercely protect their water supply from those who wander through. However, a

Two Strangers Help Each Other To Survive In The Mountain Between Us

Directed by Abu-Assad, The Mountain Between Us blends romance with adventure really well. Although it is a romantic drama, there is a lot of adventure and excitement, which you can see if you watch The Mountain Between Us. Elba and Winslet are great pair and give the impression that are truly rounded personalities, who face

Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)

The first of Hollywood’s six 3D blockbusters, Journey To The Center Of The Earth is directed by special effects master and several time Oscar nominee Eric Brevig who has worked on films like Twister, Pearl Harbor and Hook. The Jules Verne 19th century novel is a natural pick for a 3D movie with characters venturing

Cold Mountain – A Dangerous Journey Back Home

Anthony Minghella’s (The English Patient, The Talented Mr. Ripley) latest movie Cold Mountain is an adaptation of the Charles Frazier epic love story of sorts set in the backdrop of the beautiful Carolinas in the 1860s when America was at war with herself. Wounded, tired and lovelorn hero Inman (Jude Law in a more subdued

Don’t Watch Score: A Hockey Musical!

The opening gala to the Toronto International Film Festival is a sports musical telling the story of a home schooled teenage hockey phenomenon, Farley (Noah Reid). Discovered by a hockey owner (Stephen McHattie), Noah joins the team but a problem arises in that Noah is unable to handle to fights that are part and parcel

Dirty Dancing: The movie is celebrating 25 years

So a remake is in preparation of the film Dirty Dancing is still and always speak of him! Become a cult for a generation, the movie celebrates its 25th anniversary. In fact, according to information published by the Huffington Post, the film was released in theaters August 21, 1987 in the United States. Dirty Dancing revealed