The Top Ten Mermaid Movies Ever

Most people have seen Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” animated movie. But there are several others which are absolutely excellent – classics. Here they are: 1. My top pick for a mermaid movie is “Splash”. Not only is it funny and the plot wonderful, but there is quite a bit of awesome footage of Daryl Hannah

Modern American Animation

This article describes the history of animation in the United States of America since the late 80’s until the early twenty-first century. This period is often called the renaissance of American animation, during which many large American entertainment companies reform and reinvigorate its animation department after the decline suffered in the 60, 70 and 80.

Silat – Malay Art of Self Defence

Many Asian countries have each evolved their own system of martial arts, and Malaysia is no exception. Most Westerners are familiar with Karate, Judo, Tae-kwondo and Kung-fu thanks to action movies from Hollywood and Hong Kong. Yet there is also a graceful, yet deadly, martial art called Seni Silat that is deeply rooted in Malay

Hollywood’s Secret Copywriting Seminar

If you would like to know how watching a special kind of movie can triple the response of your next sales promotion, then you’re going to find this particular article very interesting. Here’s why: One of the little-talked about tricks the late (and brilliant) copywriter Eugene Schwartz taught was to watch the movie Lethal Weapon

Is Sandra Bullock Promiscuous?

Sandra has the long face which indicates she is assertive, belligerent, inventive, resourceful, and a leader. She feels fear. Works best independently, and has to learn self-confidence. Forehead is domed and high. She is creative in her thinking, with intelligence. She had a good childhood and is close to her parents. Her eyebrows curved, long

The Long Lost Art of Being Discovered

One of the most of fascinating Hollywood legends is the discovery of film actress Lana Turner at the soda fountain in Schwab’s drug store in Hollywood, by director Mervyn Le Roy in 1936. Wikipedia tells a different story, saying that Turner was discovered by The Hollywood Reporter publisher, William Wilkerson, not at Schwab’s, but at