Gone are the days when movies buffs have to stand in long queues to get a movie ticket and rent DVDs for their favorite movies. These are the days of Internet, the biggest sensation and invention in the history of mankind. Technology is advancing at a mind-boggling pace, and today when everything is readily available on the Internet, no one is bound to go to movie theaters, in fact, anybody can watch or even download any movie online. Going for a movie in theaters has become more of a hassle than pleasure, now-a-days, and can be expensive and troubling for some. There’s actually no need of so much hassle, when you already have plenty of option to watch your favorite movies at home, with the comfort of sitting at the couch or the much comfortable armchair that provides a great entertainment experience.
While each and every year remains significant to movie buffs and cinephiles for a whole array of reasons including things like top grossing films, box office bombs, award winning performances, the deaths with their eternal message of finality hold a very special place leaving behind a trail of bitter sweet memories. Even 2009, till now has got its share of bereavements, some coming as an end to full and recognized lives while others that have left many wondering and questioning the all seeing eye and his divine notion of reason and justice.
There’s this final shot in Quentin Tarantino’s latest World War II flick “Inglourious Basterds” where Brad Pitt almost looks straight into the camera with an admiring expression on his face and says “…I think this is my masterpiece”. This one comment literally summarizes the past two and a half hours screen time and the director’s own observation regarding the film and apparently a huge section of film fraternity all across the globe are quite inclined to agree with him in this regard. With this film, movie buffs will be acquainted with a more thoughtful
The release of Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” have induced the chain of a long series of movies that were among the most awaited among fans and critics alike for quite sometime. Here is a selection of what can be considered to be the cream among the entire array of films likely to hit the theatres within the next six months.
Invictus – Scheduled to be released in December, this Nelson Mandela biopic directed by the iconic Clint Eastwood has succeeded in capturing the attention of millions
Amidst all the hype revolving around Steven Soderbergh’s Che Guevara biopic, there are precious few who were even aware about his other film “The Informant!” releasing this year. However after sitting through the 108 minutes (it seems nearer to 180!) of the slow paced adaptation of the Kurt Eichenwald book, it seems that the majority might just be right about something for the first time! According to the most of post release reports, bulk of the cine goers have apparently decided to give the flick a miss and it can be indeed stated that they are not really missing much.
To watch movies is the favorite time pass of all. A person may reduce his stress by this way later the hectic work schedule. Formerly, if anyone want to watch a movie, he/she had to go to a theater. As technology becoming advanced at a incredible speed, people are now not restricted to see movies at theatres. There are various choices have been developed. As CD and DVD are available there, people can enjoy movies at their home comfortably. Hence, if you don’t want to spend a lots of money on cinema theatres, the internet option is there for you.