flixaddict – The Pianist

In this epic drama Adrian Brody plays a Polish ex-musician surviving during the German occupation of Poland. Brody’s character is one of the very few Jews who had yet to be collected and shipped off to the concentration camp. The movie follows Brody as he wanders around not knowing what to do, where to go, where to sleep, or what to eat.

As he is walking around and discovering what has become of his old town, bombshells exploding in the distance present themselves as a threat to his life. Brody has a scared but somber attitude almost suggesting that he would be okay if his life were to be taken. He has not much of a life at this point to salvage anyway.

His entire town is reduced to mere rubble and he doesn’t know where anyone is. He can only assume that the bodies he doesn’t find littering the streets are now somewhere in the concentration camp. It seems as if Germany is overlooking that town, having written it off as ‘controlled’. There are very few foot soldiers patrolling around which allows Brody to remain unbound as long as he stays out of sight.

The only immediate dangers aside from be seen and captured by German soldiers is the occasional, and sometimes not so distant, air raids as wells as the dilapidating shells of buildings around him. Throughout the whole movie what’s left of building are crashing around him and you wonder if that will be what kills him. There are a few close calls but he always makes it out.

My favorite scene is probably the most artistic one within the film in which Brody is hiding from unaware German soldiers in the next room. He ducks behind a door to not be seen and discovers an upright piano along on wall. He silently sits down on the piano bench and places his fingers over the ivory white keys without actually touching them. A beautiful and hauntingly dramatic piano score begins to play with Brody’s hands and finger synced to what is heard by the audience but silent within the story. This scene is overly long but not in a bad way. It is beautiful and the piano piece he acts as a literary device within the story line, allowing the viewer to see his longing for not only to physically be able to play the piano again but also his past life before the occupation. His thoughts highlight the chapters of his life as a successful player with a life and friends and loved ones before everything changed. The screen gives way to a montage of a well dressed Brody at an earlier time as he takes a mental hiatus from his current situation.

The Pianist is a wonderful movie that gives you insight to what suffering war and loss bring on. The film does this in a dramatic way because it is real and not because of any over the top Hollywood enhancement other than high quality recording and smart production choices.

As this viewer has recommended in this review, we at Flixaddict.com also recommend The Pianist as a touching, gripping movie that makes us think deeply about what we should be thankful for.

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Movie descriptions and trailers do a good job at telling about the movies but not compared to reviews by viewers. As always, everyone likes to hear what the actual audience has to say about what they’ve just seen. So be sure to check back often as we post more and be sure to spend a few minutes to share with us what you think about some of the things that you’ve seen lately. @flixaddict.com

@flixaddict – The Office

The Office is what could be referred to as white collar comedy. The Office is about the funny happenings of an everyday small town Pennsylvanian paper supply company. This show could possibly be considered the pioneer in the mockumentary genre of comedy with the way it capitalizes in the humor found in the behavior of normal people. The characters are very real and accessible to anyone that has spent time working for a corporate style company. The quirks and awkward moments is what the show really thrives on. Many other shows took a page out of the book that this show has written in attempts to follow the same recipe in order to get a laugh.

The Office manager Michael Scott is an insecure and yet sometimes narcissistic boss who commonly compensates for his lack of acceptance in other areas of his life through the instruction and authority or approval of his employees. He thinks of himself as a well liked father figure and best friend to the other employees of The Office. No one is quite sure how Michael became office manager other than he had been there for a long time and happened to be in the right place at the right time. Michael is usually incapable of making the most rational decisions for the business and all too often finds himself mixed up in a web of business and pleasure intertwined that he can only remedy through lying and making promises that no one believes he will keep. Occasionally he does surprise them by coming through and being a good boss and that restores faith in his employees for a little bit until his next ridiculous idea comes a long.

The other characters in the show all have well developed back stories and anyone familiar with the show is also familiar with the personalities of each character and it can be hard to see them in some other film or show without assuming them to be the person they play on The Office.

This remains true for pretty much every character except for Creed Bratton. Creed Bratton is actually playing himself in the show. He is a strange old man who used to play in a folk rock band in the 70’s and then disappeared, involving himself in an unknown amount of illicit activities until finally landing at The Office. He was originally supposed to be fired in one of the first seasons but ignored his lines while filming and responded with a convincing plea to not be fired. The writer’s found this hilarious and kept him on the show because of it. In most episodes Creed only has a few lines within the episodes but they are some of the most confusing yet funny statements that are part of the show. Most of them are drug related or other illegals that Creed has been involved with. Meredith, “I’ve been on pain medication since my surgery…” Creed, “What did they give you?? Vicodin? Oxy codone? What is it huh?? Come on woman speak!”

The Office as reviewed by a viewer gives insight and feedback that may help you in making decisions on what to watch. Our team at flixaddict hope you enjoy the reviews by actual viewers.

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Flixaddict Review: The music of Little Miss Sunshine

The soundtrack for Little Miss Sunshine, done by Illinois born and raised Sufjan Stevens, provides the perfect upbeat and whimsical aura to match the movie. The songs are driven by light percussion in odd time signatures with floating horns and harps above and simple guitar and piano melodies intertwining throughout the entire collection.
Stevens’ band consists of a large number of ever-changing players so it is hard to keep track of. His band often wears matching button up shirts that make them look like they are all part of some sort of throw back summer camp or scout troupe. At other times while his band continues the uniformed tradition, Sufjan wears all white with giant butterfly wings and matching face paint. When he isn’t in this kind of attire he wears simply jeans and a baseball cap that is sometimes a little too reassuring that he is a normal guy from Illinois.
Sufjan Stevens is bit of an elusive character and seems to stay away from the touring musician circuit for the most part. With only the occasional performances here and there, the only thing you have to draw from are his albums that are released whenever he writes new music. Stevens is arguably a musical genius who is more than capable of writing both his own music for his indie style albums as well as full out musical scores and he has proven this time and again in the past. He writes and arranges scores much like a traditional composer as well being very proficient at multiple instruments. On stage he primarily plays banjo or guitar and occasionally the piano.
The music featured in Little Miss Sunshine was not made specifically and solely for the movie even though it fits so perfectly that it seems as if it was. The film’s production company merely got the rights to use the music from one of Stevens’ more popular records entitled “Come On, Feel The Illinoise”
I imagine that is was easier to obtain the rights to an album from a lesser known indie artist as opposed to a very well known mainstream artist. Despite having a smaller following than other artists who monopolize the radio airwaves, Sufjan’s music is just as powerful and engages you in the moment and emotion of the movie.
Typically, many of the reoccurring musical themes within the film are just separate clips of the same song off of “Come On, Feel The Illinoise”. The song is entitled “Chicago” much like the character’s in Little Miss Sunshine, Steven’s “Chicago” is about literally driving to a different city but also a metaphor for moving on in your life to something new. Within the movie the majority of the times, “Chicago” is played and there are no lyrics. It’s simply the first blooming horn lines in the song’s intro which further proves the point of the marriage between Steven’s music and the moments in the film. The music is able to evoke the feeling and purpose of the song with lyrics yet to be sung. It is quite powerful stuff and I really don’t think they could have found a better suitor for this film’s soundtrack.
Without the music and soundtrack, where would a movie be, as this reviewer of “Little Miss Sunshine” has just proven. Music is such a big part of life and this is why the right music is so important. Songs have become enormously popular due to the movies they’re in and vice versa. Thank you, Dear Movie Viewer and Music Lover, for this wonderful movie and music review.
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#flixaddict.com – A Munster of a TV Show

It is not often you can call a show or movie groundbreaking but the Munsters did something no other show had done before it’s time. It took creatures we feared and made them into a typical blue-collar American family trying to live life to the fullest. The Munsters brought us many laughs and memories as they tried to live in a world of strange of odd and ugly people. The Munsters only produced 70 episodes but they have out lasted most shows as is proven today as you can see them everyday on some channels. @www.flixaddict.com

@flixaddict.com Features Actors of All Levels Part 1

From popular actors to new actors wanting to get their big break, the top online movie site #Flixaddict.com offers movies that contain the biggest names and the newest names. Support these actors and actresses when you watch online movies that will save you money, allow you to watch as often as you wish, where you want to watch them and when you want to watch via your Internet-ready tv and Internet-ready devices.

Here is a list of some of the movies, actors and actresses that you can enjoy @flixaddict.com

Toyland – Starring Julia Jager
Berlin-based Julia Jager begin her acting in Leipzig in 1992 at the Theaterhochschule “Hans Otto”. The hardest part of her acting career was she was denied the lead role in the film “Jahrestage” and was told that she wasn’t glamorous enough for the part. In “Toyland” she plays a mother who lies to her son and tells him that their neighbors are going to a place named “Toyland”. Yet when her son suddenly disappears at the same time her Jewish neighbors disappear, she is faced with extreme guilt, the consequences of lies and major difficulties and responsibilities.

The Waterhole – Starring Patrick J. Adams
Native of Toronto, Patrick J. Adams has a big history of television, stage and film productions performances. He has worked with Gabriel Macht, co-starring in “Suits”, the USA Network series. He has starred opposite of Joan Allen, Michael Gambon, Dustin Hoffman, and Nick Nolte. The actor has been the guest star of some of the hottest series including Pretty Little Liars, Friday Night Lights, N.C.I.S., Flash Forward, Lie to Me and many others. He won the Best Production at the L.A. Weekly Theatre Awards for his producing and directing.

Watch Patrick J. Adams at Flixaddict.com in “Waterhole”, where college friends find themselves choosing different routes at the end of their college years. They meet at their favorite water hole called Murphy’s on a regular basis just to hang out, let off some steam and discuss different topics of life.

One Bad Cat – Starring Delroy Lindo
Delroy Lindo is huge. In Malcom X by Spike Lee, many people noticed the diversified talents of Delroy Lindo. He has performed in features including: Clockers (1995), Get Shorty (1995), Soul of the Game (1996), Feeling Minnesota (1996) and many more.

In Flixaddict’s “One Bad Cat”, Lindo plays the renowned Reverend Albert Wagner who is famous as an “outsider” artist whose live has been a major controversy. He was on the verge of self destruction due to his ego, racism and out-of-control lust. However, miraculously saved and inspired by God at the ripe old age of 50 (he is now in his 80s), his artwork was famed and desired by mostly whites. This was very controversial as he is from a racist Southern background and yet his later artworks portrayed scenes that were against members of his own African-American community. But eventually, he sorted out his shady past and was this due to his redemption through his artwork? Watch and find out!

This is just a small list and our team will post more about various actors and actresses. Actors and actresses work hard and passionately to give us entertainment that takes our minds off of our daily routines and responsibilities just for a while. They make life entertaining, magical and more enjoyable. Be sure to support them by watching their films, movies and tv shows. Be sure to watch their performances in movies where we have hundreds of movies to choose from.








Flixaddict.com – Biography Genre and Movies – Part 1

The Initiation of Alice in Wonderland

Lewis Caroll was known for his imagination and creativity but in a strange way. No one is really sure if his strange tales, unique creatures, bizarre perceptions are for children or for adults or for both. This film explores the world of Lewis Caroll, the man behind the story “Alice in Wonderland. As the Mad Hatter, Johnny Depp does a perfect job and Tim Burton’s film couldn’t portray the surreal and strange world and life of the imaginative and profound Mr. Carroll. An insane queen, a pig that was once a human infant, talking rabbits and much more mass confusion. Is this all for entertainment purposes or is there a deeper message and meaning? Watch “The Initiation of Alice in Wonderland” to find out.

The Madness of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes is just a made-up character yet he is extremely famous even many generations after he was dreamed up by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The ultra famous detective (no other detective is as famous as he) can be found everywhere – computer games, on screen, books, mags, in conversations, on souvenirs and more. Yet he is still a mystery to us. Although many people think the detective was a real person who existed here on earth, he was only a fictional character. This film unveils the deep dark occult, secret societies, profound and strange inner struggles that led to the creation of Sherlock Holmes. Also, the weirdness of it all helped to create the other characters, Watson and Moriaty. “The Madness of Sherlock Holmes” was created by Philip Gardiner who is a world reknown speaker and the author of “Gateways to the Otherworld” and “Quantum Mind of God”.

The Donor Conspiracy
Curt and Gavin are medical students who are behaviorally challenged yet geniuses. They were kicked out of their medical school for implanting an electronic penis within a cadaver during class while their professor was conducting an operation for instructional purposes. One night their neighbor Rosalie suddenly begs for their help as somehow her husband has start bleeding profusely. When they try to save him, they discover that he is a victim of a kidney harvest ring where bodies are snatched and organs are stolen to be sold on the black market. The lies, deceptions, horror, blood and humor runs thick and deep in this film.

These are only a few of the movies in the biography genre that are available at the top online movie site Flixaddict. You’ll find hundreds of movies that are not only extremely affordable but can be watched as many times as you wish, when you want to watch them and where you want to view them. They are instantly streamed to your Internet-ready tv and Internet-ready devices such as your smart phone, iPad, Internet-ready tv, laptop and desktop computer.

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Flixaddict – Top Rated Movies – Part 1

Viewers love the best online movie site #Flixaddict.com and have been sending in reviews, feedback and ratings of the films, movies and documentaries that are available. Popular, not-so-popular, second rate, silent, foreign and more can be found. Here the top rated movies at Flixaddict.com:

This movie takes place right after the Great Depression. Many young American men have joined the National Guard and the two main characters in this movie have done the same. From a tiny town, they join their local unit and begin training on weekends. Suddenly these small-town fellas are making money and meeting the ladies as females love men in uniforms. This isn’t too shabby back in 1941 and all seems to be walking on clouds until suddenly Pearl Harbor is attacked by Japan. Life for these new, young soldiers has suddenly changed and they find themselves torn from all that they know including their new wives or girlfriends and off to suddenly learn how to battle for the USA.

The Rage in Placid Lake
Two teens who really didn’t have much of an upbringing from their parents while growing up find the strength and hope to be extraordinary. This is a comical movie that is lively and inspirational too.

21 Eyes
More than OCD Seth Collison has hidden 21 cameras all around his exotically decorated world. He watches everything and nothing can escape his paranoia and the lenses of his cameras. But some how, his property is suddenly strewn with dead bodies and now detectives are on the case using the 21 eyes that recorded all the happenings. What is found is a bizarre line of lies, deceit and treachery.

The mother of two teen girls, Rachel Gerlik back in 1981 wants to join a West Bank religious settlement but they won’t accept her because she needs to prove that she can live a clean, wholesome life and she must be remarried. Then somehow, her youngest daughter is blamed for having luring and being the seductress of some of the boys in town. Now Mom Rachel is faced with having to make a dangerous decision. The only one who can help Rachel and her girls through this is the new guy that is now in her life as she must learn that sometimes being an outcast is the best answer and isn’t as bad as it appears.

Be sure to check out the hundreds of movies in many different genres that are at our site www.flixaddict.com where you can get a free trial account to watch many films, movies and documents on any of your devices that are set up to get Internet service.


Flixaddict.com History Movies – Part 1

Nick Pope – The Man Who Left the MOD
Directed by Philip Gardine and interviewed by Michael Bourne, this movie is about Nick Pope, the man who left the MOD. Having work more than twenty one years for the British Ministry of Defense, he has extensive knowledge of UFOs and is well known due to his role as the chief UFO investigator. He’s known as the Fox Mulder of the British Ministry of defense for over two decade. His worldwide fame is due to tv and radio interviews of his four successful books regarding UFOs and his insider’s knowledge, opinions and opinions on the topic.

Phoenix Lights
Many residents of Arizona, on the night of March 13, 1997, watched mysterious lights in the shape of the V gliding in a one mile length across the sky. As thousands of Arizona residents witnessed this, many others heard about it on CNN, USA Today, extra, MS NBC, the evening news, and the morning news on national TV. Peter Jennings, Dan Rather, and Tom Brokaw spoke of the strange sightings. Dr. Lynne Kitei had been documenting what she saw 4 months before everyone else discovered these lights. Many were shocked and surprised about this phenomenon but there was one person who wasn’t surprised as she had been witnessing and documenting the lights for months. The photos that she had take were not only historical but groundbreaking and startled the experts and optical physicists in the industries. The doctor had been conducting research for over seven years regarding the strange lights that happened over Phoenix and that was finally witnessed by several thousand people years later. In the interviews she calms out with shocking data and a thorough examination of the mysterious lights. Personal testimonies from other people who watched what happened include witnesses such as the former governor of the State of Arizona, the police, professionals, people in the military, a 911 dispatcher, a Councilwoman, and many others. Phoenix council woman

The Cross of Thoth
Hidden for over 4000 years inside a great pyramid is is an old instrument which was created to unveil baffling mysteries that many could not solve for many generations. However, the secret is unveiled as the knowledge of the greatest magicians who ever lived on this earth is presented. Through never giving up and his diehard determination to discover the deep secret used for generations, but was lost and finally revealed for the first time ever, Chrichton E.M. Miller reveals The Cross of Thoth and its hidden truths as the most coveted symbol to all men.

The Real Bloodline
International best-selling author Tim Wallace-Murphy has great insight about Rosslyn, the Knights Templar, Sacred Geometry and Rex Deus,who are considered to be the real blood relatives of Christ Jesus. the real bloodline of Jesus Christ. Tim counsels scholars and professionals such as authors, particularly Dan Brown. In this film, he speaks about the real blood relatives Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, the Secret Brotherhoods, the Cathars, the Knights Templar and such the Sufi’s. Tim also explains what these groups do and what they mean in their sacred gatherings of many centuries. This film reveals what may be consider true wisdom of the entire history of the world and beyond.

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#flixaddict – Fitness on Film and DVDs

Fitness films on DVDs are a great way to get motivated, have fun, lose weight and get into shape without the expensive gym memberships. You can also pop one of these into your player and work out when you want to without having to drive to the gym and line your schedule up with the fitness facility’s class schedule.

In today’s challenging economy and economy crisis, people everywhere are looking for a way to cut expenses and to work with their new budgets, which are tighter than ever. It seems that the first things to go are things that aren’t necessities such as housing, food, utilities, gasoline to get to work and school, etc.

The things that aren’t crucial necessities are now considered “luxuries” when before, they were basic parts of having a balanced life. Gym memberships, personal trainers, exercise classes, dance lessons and classes, and much more are now things that people think they have to forgo. But with fitness films, shows, CDs and DVDs, you don’t have to give up what you need and love – good health, fun, and your YOU time!

Here are three workout videos that we think you’ll love. Our team at Flixaddict will keep posting more so that you can have a variety to choose from. At our top online movie site www.flixaddict.com, we also have fitness and workout films that will keep you in top condition with the expense and you can watch them over and over again on your Internet-ready devices. You can watch our online movies and films as often as you wish, any time you want and anywhere you want to watch them.

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Cardio Boot Camp
Featuring three high energy, fat-burning workouts, this film is conditioning
army-style mixed with martial arts and dance. The first workout is a combination of
strength training, Tae Kwon Do moves, and Pilates. The second is a toning exercise
using boot camp moves and weight training using Pilates. The last workout is a very
challenging exercise. It’s a mix of the first two workouts and it’s very intense.
Cardio Boot Camp features Tracey Mallett, martial arts and dance professional.

Ballroom Dancing Basics
Hosted by champion dancers, Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin, this DVD shows you
how to dance with grace and confidence on any dance floor. This features easy step
by step instructions and demonstrations. After watching this, you’ll be able to
dance six different types of dances: Night Club Sway, Rumba, Foxtrot, Samba,
Merengue, and Waltz. In no time, you’ll be dancing like a pro.

Lisa Rinna Dance Body Beautiful
This great, energetic exercise was made and choreographed by competitors from
Dancing with the Stars. This film features unique and different workouts that are
simple and fun! To do the routines, you don’t need to be an expert. Each routine is
broken down into slow steps. Then, gradually it gets faster and faster until you
have a full body blast exercise that’ll tone your body.


Flixaddict – Family Movies – Part 1

Be sure to check out all your favorite family movies at www.flixaddict.com

Family movies are great for kids of all ages – from nine months old to 99 years old. Family movies can be watched together or alone. They are usually heartwarming and have morals and values to them. They aren’t just for folks with young kids. Family movies can be enjoyed by anyone, anytime especially the following movies (below) at PushPlay.com where we have lots of movies in our family genre as well as hundreds of movies in other genres. Be sure to create your free trial account now.

A Peck on the Cheek
This film won an award in the Toronto and San Francisco International Film Festivals. It focuses on a nine-year-old girl named Amudha. She finds out that she’s an orphan from Sri Lanka. To meet her birth-mother/her real mom, she and her adopted family gather up enough
courage to go to her dangerous hometown. This journey contains the adventures of a lifetime. This Bollywood-inspired film’s soundtrack is by then Academy Award winning composer of Slumdog Millionaire India.

Two Cars, One Night.
This very short love story is about three kids in two cars. They wait outside a local bar for their parents. This movie is only eleven minutes long. It’s cute and innocent and a wonderful short film.

Wilderness Love
The parents of three children, named Bridge, Sam, and Hannah, are getting a divorce. The kids desperately want their parents to be together, as most children usualy do. However, they figure out that might never happen and this terrifies them. Their mom, Susannah starts dating other people and their dad, Jerry, is worrying them. So they devise a plan to help their parents out before everything gets even messier. They get their dad on the cover of an Alaska Love
Magazine as the most available bachelor so that they can find a woman for him. Ironically, Susannah is the one who matches Jerry up with a woman named Gina. They both like each other and get along very well but he starts getting letters from a mysterious person named Sarah. This changes everything. How will this love triangle turn out? Will it be what the children want? This movie is set in the beautiful wilderness of Alaska and the scenery is breathtaking and it embraces charm, family, and love.

Santa and Pete
This family is having a tough Christmas without Grandma as it is their first one without her as she has passed away. However, loving and caring Grandpa cheers up his grandson with an old story that has been told for generations. It’s about Santa and Pete in faraway, magical places. The Saint Nicholas from the Old World is turned into today’s Santa Claus. In the beginning, Saint Nicholas goes around the world all by himself with no one to help him. He keeps track of young people in his secret book and is a miracle worker. However, he gets sent to jail because people think he’s a spy. He’s convinced that he has to spend the rest of his life in a Spanish jail until Pete bails him out. They team up to make kids happy and now Santa has Pete to help him.