Reports and articles
10 best and most memorable 'One Man Show' movies of all time
Whether it is a single actor with exceptional persuasion or a filmmaker with magnificient story-telling abilities, one man show movies have become serious competition
even for the most sucessfull moviemakers. A recent example is Gravity, which was nominated for the Oscar of the best picture of the year. In this article, we have not restricted ourself to only one actor or actress per movie, but have compiled a list of the most memorable movies where the weight of the entire film
is carried by a very limited cast.
Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave
Winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture, "12 Years a Slave" is also one of the Oscar favorites. A Story about a
free man in chains during one of the darker times of the United States of America: Based on the true story of Solomon Northup.
How the www.simopic.com Comparator works in detail
Comparing movies is not always easy. Too many things can be compared and sometimes, different strengths and weaknesses cancel. SiMoPic.com has introduced the comparator
to evaluate rankings of movies: You may have seen the Simopic-comparator already, but did you fully understand what the actual purpose of it is? If not, this article is exactly what you
need to read.
A compilation of the 10 best and most memorable movie villains of all time
We all know the movies where the villain is evil and bad, but at the same time one can not wait for the next scene where exactly that guy shows up again. Here are our favourite movie villains,
where we turned our heads but kept peeking at the screen with at least one eye.
Things you should remember before watching 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
, was released in late 2012, and most likely you forgot a lot about the details,
which may be important. We took the time to watch the beginning of Tolkiens journey through Middle-Earth again and summarized it.
Gladiators of our time - The Hunger Games alternatives
We put together a selection of movies that reminds us of the commercially so successful "The Hunger Games".
What a movie needs to be great
Movies are stories, and stories can be told in good and bad ways. Why do we as an audience go to theaters for one movie, but the next flop is simply ignored?
One aspect is certainly the criticism and the marketing. But there need to be some underlying ingredients that determine, wheter a movie is perceived to be great or not.