Rolling Ball Sculptures in "Fracture," the Anthony Hopkins Movie

Rolling Ball Sculptures, both desktop and 6ft high are featured in the 2007 Anthony Hopkins movie “Fracture.” These elaborate rolling ball machines serve as dramatic metaphors for the character of Ted Crawford (Anthony Hopkins) and the story, symbolic of the many complicated and cunning plot twists to come in this clever up-to-the-minute suspense thriller. Anthony … Continue reading “Rolling Ball Sculptures in "Fracture," the Anthony Hopkins Movie”

Product Placement in the Movies – Part 1 – 1896-1950

Product placement in the movies is nothing new. Although the number and value of placements has increased since the early Hollywood years and although many recent movies such as I, Robot and the Transformers Movie may be perceived to employ product placements more extensively and brazenly than movies from previous decades, the practice itself predates … Continue reading “Product Placement in the Movies – Part 1 – 1896-1950”

Two Sides of Love – Romeo and Juliet, Film Vs Play

Considered as one of the greatest love stories of all time, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is a timeless literary classic and remains perhaps the most appreciated piece of literature in all of history. The enduring tale of love between two “star cross’d lovers” has been told, acted, and read countless times since its original … Continue reading “Two Sides of Love – Romeo and Juliet, Film Vs Play”

Watching A Movie Will Relieve Stress

One of the things that most people need to do is to find a proper way to relieve stress. This is because stress is really something that can negatively impact your health. According to some studies, stress is caused by a continuous buildup of tension within the person and unless these things are properly released, … Continue reading “Watching A Movie Will Relieve Stress”