Film review for the 2005 biographical drama Walk the Line
Even today the name Harry Houdini conjures up many notions of alliterative magic, mystery, and musings. Who was this great man? Where did he come from and why is he still known and famous today nearly 90 years since his demise?
A man's life is his own. Yet, Tianlu Li chooses to share his with us, the viewers, in this wonderful dramatized documentary. It's not only an entertaining film, but quite educational to the uninitiated regarding Chinese and Taiwanese culture.
Kaagaz Ke Phool, a Hindi movie was a Classic Marvel by the famous actor, director Gurudutt was a box office failure initially! This movie has become super hit after Gurudutt committed suicide...let us see why this so flop movie was adored by the people later on to make it a classic in...
Water is the final film in a trilogy by director Deepa Mehta after the films Fire and Earth. The film focuses on the denial of the Hindu widows by their community and their miserable condition in the 1939 in the holy city of Varanasi (Benares), popularly called Vrindavan, city of wido...
In one word Confucius is one of great men in Chinese history, but unfortunately the film of Confucius is not a great film to watch.
Review of the new feature film J.Edgar - a biopic of the life and times of J.Edgar Hoover starring Leonardo Di Caprio in the lead role .
The biographical movie [i]Gandhi[/i] brilliantly traces the life and times of Mohandas K. Gandhi, and beautifully fulfills the goals set out in the film's preface: [i]"...to be faithful in spirit to the record and try to find one's way to the heart of the man..."[/i]
How many child actors can any one remember playing a role on a daytime soap opera from the time they were young children and still playing them as an adult?
The story of the man Christopher McCandless for me is truely amazing, here is a review of the film, and how this man thought.
While numerous films and documentaries have sought to chronicle history's great painters, by and large, their personal lives are lost to time. Written biographies provide a certain degree of insight but often remain one-dimensional caricatures rather than fleshed-out portrayals. And...
This is a review on a movie I saw called The Miracle Worker about Helen Helen Keller.