What kind of movie do you expect when you hear the title Den of Thieves? If you said, “heist movie” you’d be correct. And that’s exactly what we’re bringing you this weekend for your Sunday night movie on M-Net 101.
Trying to brush up on my cooking skills – which are somewhat scant – I took to the kitchen for Friday night dinner. I’m nowhere near being able to create recipes from scratch, but I can adapt others, liberally or otherwise.
No book could be more apt to get me back on my writing horse than Azar Nafisi’s Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books. While my reading challenge has continued unabated, my personal writing has come to a grinding halt. But Nafisi, as a professor of literature, was the perfect writer to inspire me to get back to my own work.
From dragons and fairies to unicorns and elves, fantastical creatures never fail to capture our imagination. Mermaids are part of this rich tapestry that enchants the best of fairy tales and fantasy, and we’ve got them on M-Net City.
In this week’s Sunday night movie on M-Net, Owen Wilson and Ed Helms play a pair of brothers set on finding dear old dad. In the spirit of sisters, brothers, and all things sibling, we’re looking at five other films centring on this special family tie.
You watched him for years in The Office. You may have spotted him in CSI and Arrested Development way back when. His marriage to Emily Blunt is #relationshipgoals. But did you know John Krasinski is also a director? He’s in front of and behind the camera for your M-Net Sunday night movie, A Quiet Place – a chilling horror about not making a sound, or else …
Liam Neeson is the star of your M-Net Sunday night movie this weekend, The Commuter. Since we’ve already covered his top roles, we’re turning instead to his super talented co-star, Vera Farmiga, with a look at her top five roles.
It’s been twelve years of takeout food, work lunches, and not sitting on Sheldon’s spot. We joined them for Halo night, laundry night, and anything-can-happen Thursdays. Now The Big Bang Theory is coming to an end and many a fan will shed many a tear as they say goodbye to their favourite gang of lovable nerds and their queen, Penny.
The Pianist is Polish musician Władysław Szpilman’s memoir of his brutal survival in Warsaw’s Jewish ghetto during World War II. Sixteen years ago I watched the film adaptation by Polish director Roman Polanski, and its harrowing images and poignant emotion left a profound effect.