Being a movie fanatic, I'm always on the edge wanting to know what the next big thing to hit the screen is. Thanks to the World Wide Web, you now have the opportunity to watch the trailers of good movies that are yet to come. 2010 was a good year for Hollywood, the box office raked in money than it had anticipated. Remember Avatar? I never seem to get enough of this movie no matter how many times I get to watch it.
It is nearly impossible to make a conclusion on which are the best films of all time, a majority or print and visual media is in agreement on which films that have been produced over the century qualifies as the best movies of all time. It is important to note that the movies that are listed herein are not a creation of the author but films that have been listed in various surveys, i.
Each year comes with its own list of movies, some going down the history books as being the best to ever come out of Hollywood. Each person has their own perception of what are some of the best movies of all time. This depends on genres and ranking at the box office. At times, a movie may not have made it to top ten box office but still remains as one of the best of all times.
For folks who often say they do not love movies, it is an enigma as to what they do with their leisure time. I cannot think of a good way to pass the weekend away than sitting on the couch with soda pop and a bowl of popcorn or chips. If you are a movie fanatic, then brace yourself. If you thought 2010 was a good year, then just know that 2011 will be unforgettable year.
2010 was a good year, but 2011 is expected to eclipse the previous year by leaps and bound in respect to movie release. Having watched movies, i.e. Salt, Inception, True Grit, A Prophet and Another year making headlines in 2010, one can only anticipate with abated breath what 2011 has in store. Already there are speculations that the 007 star Daniel Craig, is staring in a must watch movie labeled Cowboys and Aliens.
John Travolta was born on 18th February 1954. He is not only an actor but also a singer and dancer. He rose to fame in the 70s after making a debut on a television series then known as Welcome Back, Kotter. Thereafter, he went forth and starred in two successive box office movies, i.e. Saturday Night Fever and Grease that were greatly received by the masses.
The world is fast advancing in technology and every industry is embracing new ways of innovations and that includes the movie industry. Comedy is one of the genres that are released into the market every time, as they say laughter is good then everybody must love to laugh. The best comedies of the times are played in movie theatres, home theaters and even on TV shows.
The year 2011 is expected to be a good year in terms of gross at the box office. Already folks are speculating of what is to come having seen what 2010 was. Well sit back and relax, if rumor mills are anything to go by, there are several movies in the works which will most definitely make headlines. To give you a heads up on what is to come the article seeks to outline some of the best top movies for 2011.
Film is one of the most widely recognized aspects of visual communication in modern society. But everyone knows that one of the most exciting parts of going to see a new movie out in theaters is watching the trailers that play before the feature film starts. Trailers for upcoming movies are always exciting, fresh and awe-inspiring, and it is a lot of fun to predict how good a movie will be based on its trailer, or to keep track of how many movies you actually want to see out of all the trailers that played.
When The Big Bang Theory premiered in 2007, Johnny Galecki, who plays Leonard Hofstadter, was probably the most recognized cast member. He was best known up to that point for playing Darlene's boyfriend, David, on the blue collar family comedy, Roseanne. Kaley Cuoco (Penny) was a regular on 8 Simple Rules, which didn't last long after the death of its star, John Ritter, but the actors who play Leonard's contemporaries Raj Koothrappali, Howard Wolowitz, and Sheldon Cooper were relatively unknown.