In my mind, Ocean’s 11 is one of the coolest movies ever, with great lines, and an amazing cast. It also breaks my rule that remakes aren’t as good as the original, because this one blows the Rat Pack’s version out of the water. Here’s what IMDB has to say:
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Casablanca is viewed by many as one of the greatest movies of all time, and it is certainly among my favorite movies. It is hard to argue with Humphrey Bogart in his prime, especially as a cynical nightclub owner, simultaneously wooing Ingrid Bergman and sticking it to the Nazis. Here’s what IMDB has to say:
Set in unoccupied Africa during the early days of World War II, an American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
This week, we’re doing another animated movie: Wreck-It Ralph. As the father of a two-year-old, I watch a lot of animated fare. I’ve seen Wreck-It Ralph a few times, and I really enjoyed it. If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the IMDB summary:
A video game villain wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives.
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This week on HR Cinema, we’re going to look at one of my personal favorite movies from the 80s (possibly because TNT and USA played it 4 times a day when I was at a very impressionable age), Road House starring the one and only Patrick Swayze. Just in case you missed this fantastic example of 80s cinema, here’s the IMDB summary:
In case you can’t tell yet by my movie selection so far, I’m a little bit of a nerd. And today is no different, because we’re going to talk about Iron Man. Iron Man marked Marvel’s first foray into making movies, instead of just comic books. The movie was an unbelievable success, spawning 2 sequels, a number of other Marvel comic character movies and the billion dollar Avengers movie. For those of you who have trouble remembering back to 2008, here’s the IMDB summary:
Another one of Pixar’s gems, Monsters, Inc. may not necessarily strike you as a “workplace” movie, but it’s full of lessons for anyone paying attention, whether you’re nine or 90. So, what can Monsters, Inc. teach you about avoiding problems in the workplace?
For the uninitiated, yesterday was Star Wars Day (May the Fourth be with you), so I, like so many other Star Wars fans, spent part of my day watching Star Wars, specifically Episode IV: "A New Hope." I even managed to convert my 2 year-old daughter into a brand-new Star Wars fan.
One of the most popular trends in the IT world right now is the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach, where employees use their own mobile device at work. Its another case of new technology creating new problems. Before implementing a BYOD policy, you need to weigh the risks against the cost benefits.