The matrix when hit the theaters had everyone questioning what is the Matrix? It made all of us question our reality. Are we free? Are we slaves? Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski (the two sisters better known as The Wachowski Brothers) did a brilliant job with story, script, and direction. Keanu Reeves made his mark with his character Neo. Laurence Fishburne played Morpheus, Carrie-Anne Moss dazzled as Trinity, and Hugo Weaving delivered a master act as Agent Smith. The movie came out just before the millennium year ended. It was released on 31st march 1999. It has 2 hr 16 minutes of run time. AgentRead More →

Sylvester Stallone starring Rocky won the academy awards for The Best Picture, Best Direction, and Best Film Editing. It’s a story of a newbie boxer who got the chance to fight heavyweight boxing champion Apollo Creed. Rocky’s friends or partners tell him that it’s impossible to beat Apollo creed. Sylvester Stallone wrote the story and script for Rocky. Rocky’s struggle, training, and motivation to beat Apollo Creed made this movie energetic, but then… Rocky 2, Rocky 3, Rocky 4, Rocky 5, all move with the same plot line. There’s a tough fighter in the movie, Rocky first avoids fighting (different reasons in different parts), thenRead More →

Forrest Gump (Release Date: 6th July, 1994) – a 2 hr 22 mins long movie you can enjoy on a summer afternoon or winter evening lying on your bed feeling cozy in the quilt. Forrest Gump is based on the Novel written by Winston Groom. It’s a story of a man whose character wouldn’t be justified in just a few words. You could say that it’s a story of man with a low I.Q. or an unintelligent man, but that won’t be a good or justified definition of his character because when you see the film, you don’t see the low I.Q. or an unintelligentRead More →

“A Professional Writer is an Amateur Who Didn’t Quit” – Richard Bach Starting off the list of writing tips for non-writers with the quote to boost your morale and eliminating the negatives that were blocking you from writing your content piece. The first tip in the list is the same. 1. Start with a Quote or a Question As per the A-I-D-A Marketing Model i.e. Attention – Interest – Desire – Action, the top slot goes to the Attention. Studies have shown that in a writing piece regardless of the topic, a quote or provocative question grabs more attention of the reader than a simpleRead More →

It’s here, it’s here, it’s here! Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ladies and Gentleman, the movie I was waiting to quote down for a long time and I finally got the chance to do it. Did I miss the comic book action in superhero movies? Yes, until Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice released in the theatres (The Dark Knight being an exception). Thank You Zack Snyder (Director), Chris Terrio (Writer), and David S. Goyer (Writer) from bringing an intense superhero film back to the screen. Marvel Superhero movies are entertaining no doubt, but they lack that intensity. I mean, everything is carried inRead More →

There are a few writers cum directors who made the world believe in them with just one or two films. We take Christopher Nolan for example with his Following and then Memento. We take Quentin Tarantino with his Reservoir Dogs in 1992 and Pulp Fiction in 1994. What to say about Pulp fiction, the neo-noir black comedy nature of the film says it all. Both Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino followed the nonlinear storyline in the first of their two feature films. Following, Memento, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction all the nonlinear storylines. Pulp fiction got Quentin Tarantino, the academy award for the best originalRead More →

History’s forgotten chapter that’s ugly from one side and beautiful on the other featuring Oskar Schindler is what the movie Schindler’s list is about. The movie has monochromatic composition. I don’t know whose decision that was and what was the reason, but it was a good decision, because it made the movie more intense and let it catch more depth. There’s a lot we can learn from Oskar Schindler as a person and as a businessman. Schindler’s List is a biography, drama and historical movie. It was released in 4th February 1994. The run-time of the movie is 3 hrs 15 minutes. Liam Neeson playedRead More →

Checkout the movie quotes from your favorite movies on EscapeMatter   The third edition of the Iron Man series Iron man 3 surpassed the previous editions. It is dark; it has depth, intense, not much intense because Robert Downey Jr. still plays Tony Stark in this. Thank God, the makers didn’t mess up the red and yellow suit this time. However, the suit gets messed up in the movie, Come on! This is not a spoiler, it’s in the trailers! Out of the three editions, I think this one’s the best one. Movie’s run-time is 2 hrs 10 minutes. Directed by Shane Black, written byRead More →

The second edition of the Iron Man series Iron Man 2 hit the theatres on 7th May 2010. Tony Stark’s wit and charm continued in the movie too. Robert Downey Jr.’s didn’t disappoint us in this movie too, although many thought that the makes messed up the Iron Man Suit in Iron Man 2. We can say that the most funny Hollywood superhero quotes are quoted by Tony Stark / Iron Man. There’s no doubt about it. Movie’s run-time is 2 hrs & 4 minutes. Directed by Jon Favreau, written by Justin Theroux, and from the Marvel Comic Book we have Stan Lee, Don Heck,Read More →

World welcomed Iron Man with this first edition of Iron Man movie series. Robert Downey Jr. delivered a splendid performance following his wit and charm. Truly, he gave a new definition to the Iron Man, who is all witty with subtle blunt. He made sound every dialogue a movie quote itself. Now, we can’t imagine anybody else playing of this level. Iron Man without Robert Downey Jr.? that’s out of the equation. Movie’s run-time is 2 hrs & 6 minutes. Directed By Jon Favreau, written by Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby, Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, Iron Man and other characters created by Stan Lee, Don Heck,Read More →