It’s a hybrid of a film: a Hollywood material that looks like a successful anti-Hollywood venture and a brilliant social commentary.
It's a guilty pleasure comedy. Who knew a hangover could be this fun? "The Hangover" is a guilty pleasure comedy. Who knew a hangover could be this fun? This guy flick about a bachelor party gone wrong is really nothing special; but the simplest reason for its comedic success is the fact that it achieves a rare balance between character and vulgarity. There is a sort of perverse brilliance, or maybe brilliant perversity, thrown by the characters against the gambling streets of Las Vegas. Director Todd Phillips ("Starsky and Hutch," "School for Scoundrels," and "Old School") is successful in promoting strong comic performances
The IMAX experience lets you sink way down for that stereoscopic 3D acquaintance with the grandeur of the deep seas through the splendor of underwater cinematography. Indeed, with 3D images so crisp and engrossing, this movie takes you to another world that is filled with an array of both familiar and unfamiliar sea creatures.
“U2 3D” is a spectacular, musically and visually superb experience simulating a front row view and beyond of a U2 concert, probably the closest you can get to the real thing at this point of time. This concert documentary offers an immersive experience simulating a front-row view and beyond of a U2 concert.
This "Top 50 Best Movies of 2005 List" is a tough mix of cinematic offers that earned their ranks as the best of 2005. It's not all about the big budget and bankable stars. These things actually count in the overall charm of a film, but they aren't the only reasons why people love watching movies. Top 50 Best Movies of 2005 List Ranking is based on a number of factors including storytelling quality, awards and nominations, thematic and technical achievements, critics' ratings, awards, popularity, and box office and DVD statistics. 1. "Batman Begins" Christopher Nolan effectively explores the origins of Bruce Wayne's emergence as