Bethany Hamilton, the ‘Soul Surfer’, an Interview

On October 31, 2003, Hamilton went for a morning surf along Tunnels Beach, Kauai with friend Alana Blanchard, and Blanchard’s …

SOURCE CODE, A UNIQUE FORMULA

Unique, explosive and intriguing Source Code breaks the mold in this thriller that entertains. The intricate plot constantly changes making the tale gripping and mysterious in a fantasy action adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

HOP, A KIDDIE DITTY

The film Hop comes to theatres just in time for the Easter season and kiddies will love it. Filled with some very comical fun, the live action movie with computer graphics provides a good venue for mom to treat the youngsters.

INSIDEOUS, GETS LUDICROUS

There are many bumps in the night in the film Insidious, but not enough acting delivery to make the horror work.

JANE EYRE, AN EXCELLENT REMAKE

Captivating and as the British would say utterly romantic, the movie version of the Charlotte Bronte novel Jane Eyre moves into theaters this weekend. I enjoyed the acting, the amazing landscapes and period costumes.

MEMPHIS, BROADWAY’S TONY WINNER AT MOVIE THEATERS

MEMPHIS, Broadway’s current Tony Award® winning Best Musical, is hitting big screens nationwide for an exclusive four-night run on Thursday, April 28; Saturday, April 30; and Tuesday, May 3

TANGLED, DAZZLING ON 3D BLU-RAY

One of my most loved animated films of 2010 gets its release on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD.  The much-anticipated …

POETRY, RHYME FOR A REASON

Bringing to light a heinous crime, Poetry does a good job of making a case against bullying. The acting, directing and cinematography all connect in this South Korean tale that is heartbreaking and revealing. Acting saves the lengthy wondering film.