Movies are our go-to when it comes to chilling, on a Sunday night in a cozy bed. Or whenever you have guests over, the perfect way to entertain them is by watching a movie together. Watching movies is like therapy, they bring out loads of emotions and relax our mind completely. No matter what niche you opt for, movies will always result in a great way of entertaining yourself or
No matter who you are and where you are from, you might have experienced the vulnerability towards love and romance in your teenage or adult years. In fact, what we think is that there’s no specific age restriction when it comes to feeling something for someone or expecting to have a fairytale story of love in your life. However, things are not always so black and white for everyone, and
Covid-19 has us stranded in our homes, looking for ways to entertain ourselves. Individuals across the world have found solace in streaming services during these trying times. Netflix, the most popular streaming application which has unlimited browsing options and originals, only requires good internet to work. Slow internet makes the content lag, takes time to buffer, and ruins the HD print. Hence, to watch great shows and movies on Netflix,
A loud clap for directors and filmmakers that creates the narrative with a twist. Planning to direct and produce a film is itself not less than achievement. Every year thousands of movies in different genres, languages, themes, and plots are created and picturized beautifully. Not every film is honored with awards in cinematography and even fails to gross sky-high in theaters. Have you ever notice what makes a movie hit
With the world on quarantine, it’s high time that you catch up on some movies. What else can you do? There’s literally nothing we can do at the moment other than to ride the virus out, so might as well go with the flow. Best Movies To Watch Now, this is not the typical movie list that makes you watch movies based on the genres. No, in this article, we’ve
Movies are being preferred by many youngsters including other age groups as well. The movie shares a great genre of knowledge, a new dimension of life, entertainment and a lot more. But sometimes, the affection of movies can cost you a bit pricier. The taxes are increasing in luxury items because of which it has become very difficult to visit theatres or multiplex and watch every movie in theatres. It
Movies; they take our mind off our hectic lives, and give us two hours of peace and entertainment. They are not a season so one doesn’t have to commit to binge 10+ episodes in a go in order to get up to the date with its memes and news. Moreover, it does not require a lot of time investment from our side as well – all it demands is
Los Angeles, CA, February 7 2020: Award-winning actors Sophia Lillis (IT, GRETEL & HANSEL) and Noomi Rapace (Netflix’s WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY, PROMETHEUS), and award-winning actor Charlie Plummer (Hulu’s Looking For Alaska) are attached to the thriller feature THE THICKET, joining Golden-Globe winning actor Peter Dinklage (HBO’s Game Of Thrones, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR). [caption id="attachment_142516" align="aligncenter" width="448"] Charlie Plummer (Photo: Damon Baker)[/caption] THE THICKET will be introduced to international buyers
Over the years, we have seen some fantastic films created about sporting events. From those that recapture what happened in the past to fairy tale stories that have the best possible ending, we have seen some classics. Everyone will have their favourites, and these are often based around the sport you love, but there are some classics that really stand out regardless of whether you like the sport or not.
Two days after being released in theaters, the 40-year-old saga of Star Wars came to a beautiful and appropriate ending thanks to director JJ Abrams. One of the most anticipated moves since its announcement last year, TROS picks up after the end of Episode VIII - the Last Jedi with a dangerously omnipotent Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) seeking revenge and obsessed with crushing the remaining Resistance one and for all.