During the 1980s, Chris Gardner was a homeless man struggling to raise his son. He eventually became a successful stockbroker and investor. This inspired a book and movie about his life.
If you're having superhero withdrawal while waiting for Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, check out these ten TV series and movies for a healthy dose of action, adventure, and character development.
When people meet Frank Abagnale today, they meet a well-known security consultant. His life prior to starting his business made him one of the most famous con artists in American history.
This article suggests a list of the 12 best survivalists in the world, as seen on English-speaking TV shows, documentaries and movies.
Since the advent of film, there have been over 20 film and TV adaptations of Charlotte Bronte's classic Jane Eyre. Here is an examination of Jane Eyre's film history and other adaptations on the stage and other media.
From the Big Top to the Arenas to the small tent shows, generations of people have always loved the circus. Check out these favorite circus movies, documentaries and TV shows.
The article gives some lessons one can learn from watching true crime shows. You shouldn't miss crime shows like Snapped, Forensic Files, The FBI Files, Cold Case Files and Solved for anything.
Best known as the wife of Robin Hood, Maid Marian's on-screen character has evolved through the years from delicate virgin to woman warrior.
What are the must-know imaginary worlds for the true movie buff? Here are 40 wondrous, and occasionally dangerous realms, for you to familiarize yourself with.
There's something about witches that we just can't get enough of. They have captivated and fascinated us for centuries, and Hollywood's version of witches makes for some exciting entertainment. From Sabrina the Teenage Witch to Hermione Granger, witches are front and center in Tinseltown.
Belly dancing is an ancient art, but we know it best from its portrayal in the movies. This article takes an affectionate look at belly dancers in film
When it comes to onscreen heroes, there's a nostalgia for the icons of 40 years ago and a desire for new ones that match today's values. Both sides criticize the other, but what were the changes to heroes and when did they happen?