Here’s a list of my top 10 favorite Christmas movies!
I’ve ranked which of these holiday films I think are the best.
Hope you find something you like 😀 https://sindrelf.com/2017/12/08/my-top-10-christmas-movies/
Have you noticed that Norway keeps popping up in big budget Hollywood blockbuster movies lately, as either a filming location or even as part of the story?
While there there used to be very few references to Norway in English-language films and television shows, you’re now much more likely to see Norway appear in American or British pop culture.
I recently saw three great King Kong movies, never having seen a single King Kong film before in my life.
Here is a writeup of what I thought about the three flicks and how they differ.
King Kong (1933)
Directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, this film started it all off with a bang.
The movie depicts a group consisting of a director, his film-crew, an actress, and a ship’s crew, who all travel together to an undiscovered island to film a docufiction.
They find a tribe living on the island, who
kidnaps the actress Ann Darrow