The Directors Series:

In 1999, director M. Night Shyamalan stunned the world with a neck-breaking twist in The Sixth Sense, a film ranked among the top 100 movies of all time on the American Film Institute’s 2007 list.

Groovy movies for wintertime watching

Headline: Groovy movies for wintertime watchingSub-head: Rental ideas when the weather outside is frightfulJason PylesLife writerAs the temperature drops and daylight hours diminish, it’s nice to have an idea list of seasonable movie rentals.Neglecting the "givens," such as White Christmas, Christmas Vacation, A Christmas Story, and Elf, this list attempts to name lesser-seen movies.

Gift ideas for the hard-to-buy-for

Some people suck when it comes to buying gifts for them. There are those who have everything and those who don’t want anything. Sure, gift cards and cash work, but such lazy, easy-way-out options are for those who are devoid of creativity and aren’t worried about exhibiting the null set in the thoughtfulness department. Take […]

Bee Movie gets a “C,” Denzel plays an “O.G.”

Bee Movie – As strange as this seems, Bee Movie is actually scarier than An Inconvenient Truth (2006). Relax. Its frightfulness will buzz right over the kids’ heads.While Al Gore’s documentary warns about global warming, Bee Movie has a plot that plays out some of the ramifications of "Colony Collapse Disorder," the name given to the alarming phenomenon where honey bees are inexplicably dying.

Heartwarming fiction speaks real-life truth

Since Lars and the Real Girl is the sweetest movie of the year, Dan in Real Life can safely be called the happiest, feel-good movie of 2007.Remember how the end of Little Miss Sunshine and Hitch brought feelings of self-consciousness, for fear of potential Amélies in the theater looking back at us to see our gleeful, smiling faces?Dan in Real Life has similar good vibrations.