Comfortable & Cost Effective Cinema 3D From LG

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With the Cinema 3D range from LG, you can enjoy movie like 3D viewing in the comfort of your own home. >

Offering the latest in 3D technology, enjoy the latest TV and movies in high definition 3D and 2d.

Comfortable & Cost Effective

With Cinema 3D from LG, it’s easy and affordable to enjoy the latest 3D technology within your own home.

LG’s 3D glasses are just like the ones you get at most cinemas – with no batteries required, they don’t need recharging.

They’re also easy to replace, lightweight and provide you, your family and friends with a stunning full HD 3D picture.

With every CINEMA 3D package, you receive a mighty seven pairs of 3D glasses.

If you find you need more – which you may do as soon as your friends hear you have 3D TV in your very own home – fear not, extra pairs of 3D glasses are inexpensive compared to the competitors at only 2 a pair.

Picture Perfect

Your LG 3D monitor provides wider viewing angles meaning you, your friends and family – regardless of position – will all be able to experience the same immersive 3D from anywhere in the room.

SUPER Energy Saving

The Cinema 3D range comes with LG’s SUPER Energy Saving technology.

With this, it is enabled to run on lower power consumption without any image loss.

Not only does this save you energy in the household, but also ultimately save you money on utility bills.

2D to 3D Conversion

Certain 3D monitors available from LG, allow any 2D images to convert into 3D through software provided with your package. 2D to 3D Conversion enables the enjoyment of 3D through any contents.

About the Author: Barry Knightly is a writer and fan of Cinema 3D

LG Cinema 3D Beats Off Competitors

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More than 80% of consumers prefer the overall viewing experience of LG Cinema 3D than that of its competitors such as Sony and Samsung. >

At this years CES event, the LW6500 model from the Cinema 3D range was awarded the -Flicker-free’ certificate from both Intertek and TUV.

Intertek and TUV stand as the most globally recognised and respected inspection and certification bodies in the world.

Here we take a closer look at LG’s groundbreaking product.

Cinema 3D&

In April this year, LG launched its pioneering new home entertainment range which included LG’s groundbreaking and unique Cinema 3D& – the height of cutting edge technology.

From mid-April, the range was available at major retailers. Reflecting LG’s ongoing commitment to innovation, design and functionality; proving that something that works, can also be easy on the eye as well and progressive amongst its competitors.

They are expanding their already extensive 3D offering – from cinema to Smartphones (LG Optimus 3D) – by introducing the world’s first flicker-free 3D TV range (LW450U, LW550T and LW650T series).

3D In Your Home

Using polarised glasses, weighing only 16 grams – almost half the weight of conventional 3D glasses – users are provided with a comfortable 3D viewing experience in home-appropriate screen dimensions ranging from 32 inches to 55 inches.

When you buy a Cinema 3D& TV, you are provided with an extensive seven pairs of polarised glasses; extras pairs costing only 2 each. The frames are ergonomic and designed with your viewing pleasure in mind; lightweight and comfortable, they do not require batteries, charging or synchronisation with your Cinema 3D& TV.

With several polarized glasses, it means that friends and family can enjoy the magic of 3D TV together in its stunning full HD capacity.

Clarity

The Cinema 3D& TV is more than two times brighter than other conventional 3D monitors, by way of using LG’s 3D technology, you are provided with brighter and clearer images.

This technology is able to counteract any dimness that can occur within 3D images through a specialised, thin film that covers the screen. In addition, the 3D monitors also produce exceptionally clear and vivid images in 2D.

About the Author: Barry Knightly is a fan of LG Cinema 3D

Home cinema systems and their rise in popularity

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In the not too distant past, watching a film was a proper social activity, with the only possible way of doing so being to actually go to the cinema. However with the introduction of technology that is constantly being developed, it seemed inevitable that this would not remain the same.

Firstly, there were VCRs, yes that’s right, though they are obsolete now there once was a time when these were the height of technology and allowed consumers to rent, buy or even record films and view them in the comfort of their own homes. Then followed DVD players – these gave us better quality and eliminated the hassle of rewinding and fast forwarding and it was good, but it seemed there were still factors missing if you were to truly replicate the -cinema experience’.

The huge screens provided at the cinema were undeniably an essential factor in the experience, and certainly the TVs available when VCRs were around would have paled in comparison. Not only did the TVs have smaller screens but the speakers were also of poor quality and issues with the screen sizes and aspect ratios also proved to be problematic.

Nevertheless, all of this outdated technology, though left behind, has proved to be an essential stepping-stone for what was to follow, the home cinema. Yes, it seems that now the technology is available, more and more people are opting for the home cinema experience, transforming their living rooms into movie theatres. Watching films at home does seem to have its advantages; for instance, it’s often quieter and more convenient than going to actual theatre. So, what do you need to set up your home cinema system?

1)Though it may seems obvious, a good starting point is a large television. When you see a film in a theatre the screen envelops your field of view, allowing you to become completely emerged in the film. A TV with a big screen will help to imitate this. 2)Having a high quality telly is also essential. At the cinema we are always presented with huge high definition images, the detail and clarity allows for a greater sense of realism. Also, if a large screen provides low quality images it will accentuate the poor quality of the picture. 3)Finally, we come to the sound side of the system. Although it may not seem like it is of great importance, in actual fact a good sound system can really help to bring a film to life. When watching a film at the cinema,, the sound propagates from numerous places. The music, sound effects and dialogue do not just come from the screen but completely surround you. Surround sound and surround panning can really put you -inside’ the movie by creating a 3 dimensional soundscape.

If you’re looking for a new TV to start your home cinema with, why not try looking online for Panasonic LCD TVs and Samsung LCD TVs?

A Complete Cinema Resource

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Ellamey Cinema is a sub portal of ellamey.com which is the hot spot for cinema lovers. It conveys the information about the upcoming and newly released movies of various cinema industries like Kollywood, Bollywood, Hollywood, Tollywood and Mollywood and also the huge collections of wallpapers of your favorite actors and actresses in their sizzling stills and also the wallpapers of the latest movies.

Ellamey Cinema gives the updated information of latest cinema news of various wide spread film industries like Kollywood, Bollywood, Hollywood, Tollywood, and Mollywood. The recent movie reviews and special events that takes place in the cinema industry in all regional language movies are daily updated. View the photo gallery of all the film industries like Tamil, Hindi, English, Telugu and Malayalam of both actors and actresses. Not only the photo gallery but also the wallpapers and updated profiles of various regional language movie actors and actresses. A sizzling performance of all the actors and actresses are found through the video clips of top songs and top movies. Also the current gossips and rumors that come around the cinema industry in all languages. It also contains the lyrics of latest tamil songs and information about the upcoming and newly released movies and cinema in all regional languages. Also have the view at the favorite couples of various languages in Reel and Real time like Aishwarya Rai-Abhishek Bachchan, Surya-Jyothika, Ajith-Shalini, Vijay-Sangeetha, Soniya Agarwal-Selva Raghavan, Sangeetha-Krish and so many. Photo gallery contains not only the photos of actors and actress of various film industry but also the huge collections of newly released movies and upcoming movies of Kollywood, Hollywood, Bollywood, Tollywood and Mollywood.

The wallpapers of all actors and actresses individually contain variety of stills and also these stills can be downloaded according to the viewers convenience. Viewers can also get the short summary or short listed profile of newly released movies and the history of top actors and actress in all the cinema industries can also get viewed here. Also get the off screen shots of all actors and actress and the special events of their life in all languages are captured. Watch out the trailors of new movies, all songs of various time period and recently celebrated functions and events of all celebrities and cinema industry.

Enjoy Bollywood with Zee Cinema

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Enjoy Bollywood with Zee Cinema The world’s biggest movie industry is right here in Bollywood. And with so many megastars adorning the Bollywood parade, it’s tough to keep track of the new releases in this thriving industry. The good news is that Zee Cinema makes it really easy to select and enjoy all your favourite films at the click of a button. WatchIndia.TV is the premier online network for a dazzling selection of TV channels. And because they all cater to your specific needs, you get to enjoy greater customization all of the time. Zee Cinema ranks among the most entertaining of the Indian TV channels. It’s loaded chock-a-block with exciting films in Hindi. And with a truckload of Hindi films being released every year – hundreds of them in fact – it’s good to know that Zee Cinema has the entertainment spectrum well covered. All of the cultural classics, action films, romance flicks and dramas are waiting to be enjoyed. These include the likes of Adharm, Afsana, Dharam Yodha, Gaddar, Insan, Janam Samjha Karo, Military Raaj and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi. Among the benefits of signing up with WatchIndia.TV is the fact that viewers get to enjoy online access to a virtual treasure trove of entertainment with Zee Cinema. Hundreds of millions of fans of Zee Cinema abound throughout India and the stage has been set to expand globally – thanks in no small measure to WatchIndia.TV.

The Best Indian Movies Online

With Zee Cinema, fans of Indian TV get to enjoy the crme de la crme of entertainment. It’s a veritable tour de force of sheer viewing pleasure, replete with the biggest names under the Bollywood sky. Household favourites include the likes of Dilip Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Amitabh Bachchan, Kumar, Lara Dutta, Salman Khan, Sunny Deol, Priyanka Chopra, Akshay Jeetendra and Ashok Kumar, among others. The pedigree of acting talent runs so deep on Zee Cinema that it’s hard to keep up, but it’s always a fiesta of viewing pleasure at Zee Cinema. A big benefit of signing up for a free 2 week trial at WatchIndia.TV is that you get to enjoy premium-quality entertainment at the click of a button – for free. Plus, it’s Internet-based entertainment which means that it’s easily accessible. The Zee Cinema movies are available as Videos on Demand (VOD) which means that whatever you want, you can get. Titles such as Bulandi, Sehar, Bol Radha Bol, Ishq Hai Tumse, Insan, Kurbaan, Fareb, and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi are readily available. And there are plenty more where those came from.

London Cinema Listings

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One look at London’s cinema listings, and you are wonder-struck at the sheer number of films Londoners devour every week. More than 120 movies are showing in London’s theatres at any given day, and about 80 films release there every week.

London cinemas screen almost everything under the sun, including classics, world cinema, short films, and Bollywood. BFI Southbank (located on Belvedere Road) is a big name for serious movie buffs. BFI Southbank was formerly called the National Film Theatre, is operated by the British Film Institute, and is also known for its screening of classics and foreign cinema. It also hosts the London Film Festival.

BFI IMAX, meanwhile, is the biggest screen in Britain. It is over 20 metres high and 26 metres wide, has 11,600 watts of digital surround sound, and seats 500. BFI also takes credit for being home to London’s smallest screen: the BFI South bank Studio has just 38 seats. Apollo Piccadilly Circus, Odeon Mezzanine, and Empire Leicester are other small-capacity cinemas.

Art movie connoisseurs need no introduction to Curzon, an art-house cinema chain has 6 cinemas across London. Independent films are patronized by Curzon as well.

Odeon Cinemas is one of the largest chain of cinemas in Europe, and has about 26 cineplexes in London. The Odeon West End in Leicester Square has hosted the London Film Festival for many years.

Another popular name to reckon with for cinemas is Riverside Studios, located on the banks of the River Thames (Hammersmith, London). Riverside is known for its double-bill screenings of foreign language and independent films. It hosts foreign language film festivals, too.

There are places where you can watch a movie child-free (at the Over 18s screenings), and places (for e.g., he Electric, Rio, Picturehouse, Rue, Odeon) where you can watch a film with a baby.

If Hindi movies are your staple, then head to the Himalaya Palace, Southall, Upton Park Boleyn, Harrow Safari or Willesden Belle Vue; or any of Cineworld’s cinemas at Feltham, Staples Corner or Ilford.

Interestingly, there are increasingly more things to do in London at the cinemas, than merely watch films. You now get to breathe in some culture in the city’s cinema halls some being Odeon, Curzon Cinemas and BFI – which have started screening opera and ballet. In fact, the Royal Opera House has launched a venture that will see some ballet and opera performances being screened in over 700 cinemas worldwide.

Four Dish Cinema Movies & Dish Hd Patinum Package Free Preview

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DISH Cinema Movies

Film fans will have a movie holiday to celebrate this July as DISH Cinema offers customers four movies in SD and HD for just 99 cents each from July 1st through July 7th! Movies are available on both Pay-Per-View and Video On Demand.

Alice in Wonderland
Hot Tub Time Machine
Shes Out of My League
Green Zone

Plus, 83 other movies (also available in SD and HD from $4.99 to $6.99), including Oscar-winning hits such as Avatar and The Blind Side as well as Sherlock Holmes, Valentines Day, Shutter Island and more will be available on DISH Cinema during the first week of July.

How to Order Reminder DISH Cinema offers customers two easy ways to enjoy Hollywood Hits at Home:

1. Watch Now On Demand*

2. Select Your Start Time

Rent by Remote from channel 501. Your movie will start immediately and can be
viewed for 24 or 48 hours, depending on the title.
Rent by Remote from channels 502-558 and select your preferred movie start time.
Rent by Web: Visit www.dishcinema.com

DISH HD Patinum Package Free Preview

Dish Network is offering the seven channels in its HD Platinum package Free! The channels, their Free Previews and channel numbers are as follows:

IndiePlex

* Free Preview: June 30 – July28
* HD Channel 378

RetroPlex

* Free Preview: June 30 – July 28
* HD Channel 379

Palladia

* Free Preview: June 30 – July 28
* HD Channel 369

EPIX

* Free Preview: July 1 – July 11
* HD Channel 380

HDNet Movies

* Free Preview: July 11 – August 18
* HD Channel 383

MGM HD

* Free Preview: July 11 – August 18
* HD Channel 385

World Fishing Network

* Free Preview: July 14 – August 18
* HD Channel 394

By: Francis David

Cambodian Documentary Wins Cannes Prize for Innovative Cinema

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CANNES – A documentary using small clay figurines to tell the story of how Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh’s family perished under the Khmer Rouge regime won the top prize in the second most important competition at the Cannes film festival on Saturday.

L’Image Manquante (The Missing Picture) was among the 18 films that premiered in the Un Certain Regard category that was set up to encourage emerging and innovative filmmakers and run alongside the main competition at the world’s top film festival.

Panh, 49, a prolific filmmaker whose films concentrate on the brutality in Cambodia when an estimated 1.7 million people were killed during the 1975-79 Khmer Rouge regime, said the prize was important for his country.

For a country that has emerged from its difficulties and years of war, it is important to say we are still alive,” Panh told Reuters after receiving his award at a red carpet ceremony in the French Riviera resort.

The jury led by Danish director Thomas Vinterberg, whose film Jagten (The Hunt) won Mads Mikkelsen the best actor award at Cannes last year, described the documentary as one of the most powerful films I have seen in many years”.

The runner-up was Omar by Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad, a political thriller involving Palestinians living under Israeli occupation in which a young baker, Omar, is tortured by Israel’s secret police to betray his friends.

Omar, which was shot in the West Bank and Israeli-Arab town of Nazareth last year, received a standing ovation at its premiere as the first film fully funded by the Palestinian cinema industry.

It is the only festival that I think still cares about different films,” said Abu-Assad, known for the 2005 award-winning film Paradise Now, as he received his award.

Another director in Un Certain Regard to get a standing ovation was Iran’s Mohammad Rasoulof who was jailed in 2010 for anti-regime propaganda but came to Cannes this year with Manuscripts Don’t Burn, shot in secret in his home country.

The non-professional actors of La Jaula de Oro (The Golden Cage), a film about three young Guatemalans trying to cross the Mexico-U.S. border from director Diego Quemada-Diez won an award for best cast.

Venezia E La Festa Del Cinema

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Quest’anno, 2013, il festival del Cinema di Venezia festeggia la sua settantesima edizione, con un programma ricco di sorprese e proiezioni affascinanti.
La presentazione stata fatta in grande stile considerata la ricorrenza, con la direzione sapiente di Andrea Barbera.
Tra le novit pi importanti di questa edizione, che vedr Bernardo Bertolucci presidente della giuria per i film nella categoria In concorso, c quella che si chiama Venezia 70 Future Reloaded.
Gli addetti ai lavori hanno chiesto a 70 registi di tutto il mondo di realizzare un cortometraggio tra i 60 e i 90 secondi, in totale libert creativa. Tali cortometraggi saranno poi proiettati durante la mostra e resi disponibili in rete a competizione conclusa.
I generi che saranno presenti alla Mostra spaziano dallhorror (come la produzione australiana di Wolf Creek 2) al documentario, dal film danimazione (uno su tutti, Kaze Tachinu di Miyazaki) al 3D, che aprir e chiuder la manifestazione rispettivamente con Gravity (di Alfonso Cuarn, con Sandra Bullock e George Clooney) e Amazonia (di Thierry Ragobert).
I temi trattati sembrano essere influenzati dal fenomeno della crisi, non solo intesa dal punto di vista economico, che caratterizza la societ attuale. Una delle tematiche pi presenti lesplosione del nucleo familiare, la sua frammentazione, le assenze che ne segnano la sua fisionomia.
Tra i film inglesi “Philomena” di Stephen Frears, interpretato da Judi Dench; Terry Gilliam con The Zero Theorem (Christoph Waltz e Matt Damon su tutti); Under the Skin, del regista britannico Jonathan Glazer, trasposizione cinematografica dell’opera letteraria omonima dell’autore francese Michel Faber, con Scarlett Johansson che interpreta la strana protagonista.
Per gli italiani Gianni Amelio parteciper con Lintrepido, Emma Dante presenter l’opera di vocazione teatrale Via Castellana Bandiera e infine il documentario sul Grande Raccordo Anulare Sacro GRA di Gianfranco Rosi, che insieme al film americano di Errol Morris The Unkown Known: the Life and Times of Donald Rumsfeld, costituisce una prima assoluta per il film-documentario nella categoria In Concorso.
Tanta carne al fuoco come per questo Festival del cinema a Venezia e sorprese tutte da scoprire direttamente nella magnifica citt marittima.

Zac Efron Stars In 17 Again On Directv Ppv Cinema

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Now available on Satellite TV Pay Per View Cinema, the same day its released on DVD, is the teen comedy 17 Again, starring heartthrob Zac Efron.

In the movie, Efron plays Mike O’Donell, a high school basketball star who seems to have everything a college scholarship, popularity, and a beautiful girlfriend. But all of that changes when his girlfriend Scarlett reveals that shes pregnant. Suddenly all of Mikes aspirations are dashed and we fast forward twenty years later. Mike (now played by Matthew Perry) and Scarlett (Leslie Mann) are separated, and Mike is living with his software genius nerd best friend Ned (Thomas Lennon). We also learn that Mikes relationship with his own teenaged children is nonexistent, and his job is at a standstill. Praying for a change after he is passed up for a promotion, Mike meets a mysterious janitor who transforms him back to his glory days and suddenly Mike is 17 (and played by Zac Efron) again.

Posing as a new student named Mark, Mike infiltrates his childrens school and learns things about them that he never knew. He also visits an unsuspecting Scarlett and rediscovers all the things that initially made him fall in love with her. Of course it should come as little surprise to anyone who watches movies that Mike will eventually learn some things about himself that will make him a better husband, a better father, and appreciate life as he never did before.

I saw this movie initially when it was released to theaters in April and I remember thinking Cute, but I could have waited for DVD. Its chock-full of the stereotypes that weve come to expect in these teen comedies (the jock bully, the trio of cheerleader temptresses, the final showdown at the basketball game with that one chance to make the winning basket), but it still works, mostly due to Efrons charms. Now that he is stepping outside of the Disney mold, Efron is proving himself to be much more than just a pretty face. He shows some surprising dramatic chops here (most notably during the speech he gives to a judge in a courtroom at the end) and I think he has a long career ahead of him as an actor in more serious roles. Leslie Mann is somewhat underused, but she is still good here, and I always appreciate seeing her in comedies (she also appeared in The 40 Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and this summer’s Funny People.)

I think Efron fans will be tempted to give this five stars before they even see it, but if other people give it a chance they will see there is a little more than meets the eye in Efrons talent. 17 Again had heart and it wasnt crass, and I think its a movie the whole family can enjoy. Sometimes a little sugary sweetness is actually kind of endearing.

By: Frank Bilotta