The endlessly quotable Pulp Fiction wouldn’t be the same without Samuel L. Jackson’s Ezekiel speech, which has consistently been voted as one of the best movie speeches of all time.
The altered biblical passage, taken largely from Ezekiel 25:17, is recited several times in the film. Scholars and critics have debated its usage and meaning since the movie’s 1994 release. Tarantino was inspired to… Continue reading See Samuel L. Jackson Recite His 'Pulp Fiction' Speech From Memory, Plus: The Original Movie the Quote Comes From
MAX grows to 541 TVM against last week’s 457 TVM after the IPL matches move to India in Week 19 of TAM 2014
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | May 15, 2014
As IPL returned to India in Week 19 of TAM 2014, the Hindi general entertainment channels witnessed further decline in their viewership. After Colors, Zee TV also slipped below the 400-mark this week while… Continue reading GEC Watch: IPL hits Hindi GECs as it comes to India
Lauren Manzo celebrated her engagement to Vito Scalia at a family-owned restaurant Friday night, and just about everyone from The Real Housewives of New Jersey was there except for Teresa and Joe Giudice.
Lauren’s parents, RHONJ stars Caroline and Albert Manzo, who recently left the show, were on hand, so were her brothers, Albie and Chris Manzo.
PHOTOS: Lauren Manzo Celebrates Her Engagement
Her reality TV aunt and uncle… Continue reading Teresa & Joe Giudice M.I.A. As ‘RHONJ’ Cast Comes Together For Lauren Manzo Engagements Party
MediaCom wins Agency Network of the year and Best Communication Strategy award, PHD wins in Best use of mobile category
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | March 20, 2014
Designed to focus on the media elements of the Asia Pacific marketing and advertising industry, The Festival of Media Asia Pacific in its third year announced the winners of 2014 Award. Around… Continue reading Festival of Media Asia: India comes home with three awards
Oh, RoboCop, it would have been so much easier if you were terrible.
I couldn’t help think that after leaving the theater last week, because no matter how skeptical I was of Jose Padilha’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s brutal 1987 film (which, I admit, is one of my favorite movies), I had to admit that, well… it wasn’t bad at all.
In fact, the biggest problem I… Continue reading The Geek Beat: When It Comes to Remakes, Can We Ever Truly Love a Pretender to the Throne