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More about Selecting Free TV Online

When you choose to watch TV on your laptop/ or desktop computer, you can actually watch a variety of free TV channels online. The viewers have several free TV channels online to choose from. For ...

American Idol -How to Become a Star

Think you have talent? Ever dream of being on stage in front of Randy, Paula, and Simon? Find your what it takes and what you need to know to become a star.

Tata Sky vs. DishTV

Even though you will find that there are several satellite TV providers in India, the two largest and most popular are Tata Sky and DishTV. Both have regional as well as sports and children's entertainment options; both have interactive viewing options. But while Tata Sky tends to be more expensive

Steps to be Followed to Convert Mp3 to Text Format

Audio Transcription services ( Converting all types of audio formats to text) pricing and turnaround time challenge! We charge just 40% of what local US services charge for our audio transcription ser

My Award Winning Blockbuster Movie

It was a fantastic film, a blockbuster to be sure but instead of the cameras rolling, a frustrated director and a crew of thousands it was all in my head and I was not getting any sleep because of it. So here I am, writing something down in the hope that once my over active imagination has been plac

A Brief Overview of Latino Packages on DISH Network

In order to struggle to exist and sustain in today's society, people are running on their toes from dawn to dusk. For the sake of bread and butter people, in large numbers, have forsaken their ...

Footloose 2011 - Another '80s Classic Remake

In the original Footloose rebellious teenager Ren played by (Kevin Bacon) moves to a small town with his mother and he is about to be in for a shock. Bomont is a small American town with a difference public dancing and rock music are banned by the town council, run by the local preacher played by (J

When Bad Things Happen to Good Movies

Why do mainstream movies have a problem with independent film concepts, or movies that address offbeat subjects? Ramblings about this issue with regards to a new movie from a black woman director.

The Orphanage - Foreign Film Review

Synopsis: Laura (Belen Rueda), her husband Carlos (Fernando Cayo), and their adopted son Simon (Roger Princep) move into a large, spooky house by the ocean. The house was once an orphanage where Laura lived, and she has plans to reopen it as a home for handicapped children.

Simon's Farewell to American Idol

One year short of a decade, Simon Cowell is leaving American Idol. We have to admit it, we will miss that guy. Despite all the tell-it-like-it-is comments by Simon, he is one judge we can always count on to sincerely coach a contestant on how he should improve. That is what American Idol is about an

Movies Are Just Not As Popular Anymore

This may not be a widely accepted opinion, but it really does seem that movies are not so popular anymore. This is not to say that we don't still watch them because we are probably watching more movies than ever previously. People now illegally downl..

Review of the World According To Monsanto

Where to start with these guys? I have seen plenty of books and read tons of books on the behind the scenes shenanigans of the powers that be, but this movie grabbed me in a way no other had. Monsanto wants to own the patent to every vegetable, fruit and herb you eat.

Dawn of the Dead Film Review

This is a review for the Dawn of the Dead remake from 2004. It is directed by Zack Snyder and stars Sarah Polley and Ving Rhames.