Posted in Uncategorized with tags on August 2, 2010 by icroc

the croc moved to – which has all the events, movies, dining and culture info in Cairo – you can see it from mobile or web.


croc moved

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on August 2, 2010 by icroc

the croc moved to – which has all the events, movies, dining and culture info in Cairo – you can see it from mobile or web.

za new iCroc

Posted in Uncategorized on May 28, 2009 by icroc

i think you should check the link above if you want to know what’s going on in movies and entertainment – i apologize for the lack of solid input here on the icroc blog but all our efforts have been focused on creating the mobile icroc – you can use it from the mobile (recommended) by simply typing in your mobile phone’s browser – or you can access it from the above link via you’re computer browser until we get our shit together and have it smart enough to work out where you’re coming from and which version to serve you – which should be complete in about 3 days

on your mobile

Posted in Uncategorized on April 28, 2009 by icroc

A whole new croc experience awaits you if you go to from your mobile. Updated with full movie schedules, reviews and new openings, and a whole lot more. It’s fast easy and packed full of info.

Entertainment News Roundup

Posted in entertainment with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 8, 2009 by Eshraq

ahmad-ezz“Wesh Tani” becomes “Badal Fa’ed”

Egyptian actor Ahmed Ezz is starting to film his latest movie “Badal Fa’ed” with Ahmed Alaa, in his cinematic debut, which is written by Mohamed Diab.

The movie, which was initially titled “Wesh Tani,” is going into production for six to seven weeks at most, according to Diab.

“Ezz will play two roles in the movie, twins who are totally different. It will be a big surprise and will have lots of intense action sequences,” he added.

The movie is slated to be released during the summer holidays.

basmaBasma happy with “Rasayel El-Bahr”

Basma has expressed her happiness at her latest role in the Dawoud Abdel-Sayed movie “Rasayel El-Bahr”.

“I can’t really say what my role is, but I can say that it’s totally different, and I hope I get some good feedback about it from the audience,” Basma told

The film is only half way done, according to Basma, who also said she had no idea about a set premiere date.

Basma made the announcement during a ceremony held by “Dear Guest” magazine.

“Rasayel” also costars Mai Kassab, Hassan Hosni, Asser Yassin and Mohamed Lotfi.

hossam-habibHabib adding final album touches

Hossam Habib is currently adding the final touches to his new upcoming album, which is set to be released sometime during the summer.

The Egyptian singer is also getting ready to shoot the video for his song “Gowwa El-Alb,” his fourth.

“I decided to shoot the new video for my old song, but I’m not really decided on which song from the new album to have a video for,” he told “I’m trying very hard to catch the summer season, but I won’t release anything until I’m satisfied with it, more than the previous album.”

The album will host Mohamed Rifaie, Mohamed Rahim and lyricists Ayman Bahgat, Amir Taema and Gamal El-Khouli.

sabah-rolaSabah urges fans to dance to her songs when she dies

Acclaimed singer Sabah, 82, says she’s not afraid of death because it’s a “drink everyone tastes.”

She also said that when it’s time for her to leave this world, she’ll thank God a lot for all the blessings He’s given her throughout her life, according to El-Mawed magazine.

“I live the years of my life in peace and hope. Thank God, every year is happier than the one before it and I hope to always have this feeling,” the Lebanese star said.

“After I die, I want my fans to dance the famous Lebanese dabka to my songs all around Lebanon,” Sabah said. “I don’t want a big funeral. Playing my songs and dancing to them is more important to me.”

Sabah also said that she hopes people will still love her after she passes away.

Sabah’s latest music project was the duet ‘Ali’ with Lebanese singer Rolla Saad more than two years ago.

icroc – just for your mobile!

Posted in Uncategorized on January 30, 2009 by icroc




scan me

scan me

The all-new, all-fresh mobile version of the icroc is coming out on Sunday February 1st, 2009. It’s a beauty! Tailor-made to fit your mobile, it is fast and friendly, and, because it is the Croc, it is free!



Highlights of the mobile version are:

  • it’s very fast and easy to use
  • it has all the movies and movie times and movie-theatre information
  • you don’t have to wait till the beginning of the month to get new stuff
  • the events calendar will give you all the daily events in culture, the arts and live music
  • new stuff will feature random madness, as well as party news, new openings and other stuff which pleases us
  • the directory of delivery, dining and bars allows you to find numbers fast, and then simply click-to-call – no hassle, no pen and paper, no drama
  • you can rate restaurants, bars, cafes and movies
  • you can send us stuff via your mobile and we’ll publish it

if you’re too lazy to write into your phone browser simply scan the strange black and white picture with your phone and it will take you to the icroc automatically.

If you don’t have a scanner on your phone then get one, because we will be filling the printed croc with lots of free goodies that will be accessed by scanning these weird ‘barcodes’.


First things first – can your phone handle it?

You will need to know your mobile model in order to get the correct software for your phone.

Grab yourself a QR Code Reader here’s how. . . . . .

The easiest way is to point your mobile phone browser to one of the following providers and download their FREE software – they should be able to detect whether your phone is good enough.

You may need to press ok to go through to the URL.

Go on try it . . . This is the hardest part of all.


On your mobile

Or check out their website for more information





Once you have one you’ll be able to scan any of these weird symbols with your phone, and believe me, you will begin seeing these everywhere soon, so get with the 21st Century!

We judge it for you: Twilight

Posted in movies, we judge it for you with tags , , , , on January 28, 2009 by aliza

Mock it if you want, but for the legions of devoted fans of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling book series, Twilight was the most eagerly-awaited movie of 2008.

Heroine Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is a smart, quiet, and slightly clumsy 17-year old girl who moves to Forks, Washington, one of the cloudiest and rainiest towns in America, to live with her divorced dad Charlie (Billy Burke), the local police chief. Shortly after arriving, she falls in love with Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), the most attractive boy in her high school.

There’s only one problem: Edward is a vampire. Fortunately, he’s not a nefarious vampire like those that usually populate teenage horror films. Edward is part of a clan of well-intentioned vampires who drink animal blood instead of human; in an ongoing joke, they refer to themselves as the vegans of the vampire world.

Bella and Edward initially avoid each other and try to avoid their mutual attraction. Edward doesn’t want to hurt her (or worse — bite her), and Bella has been warned off the Cullens by her pal Jacob (Taylor Lautner), whose Native American tribe seem to be the enemies of the vampire family.

Though they eventually give into the mutual lust, there is one important caveat. Because he does not want to lose control around her, Edward tells Bella they can’t have sex. (The pro-abstinence message is one of the reasons the series has become so popular amongst tweens and their moms.) To keep their hormones in check, the couple spend a great deal of time not touching; while climbing trees or lying in meadows or sitting in class, they spend an inordinate amount of time gazing intensely and adoringly into each other’s eyes.

While Edward and Bella are busy falling in love, a trio of more evil vampires, led by tracker James (Cam Gigandet), are killing people near Forks, grabbing the attention of the Cullen family and Bella’s police chief father. Luckily, the script, though mostly faithful to the book, eliminates a great deal of Bella’s clumsiness and teenage swooning, and amps up the action scene (which in the book is mostly glossed over).

As far as tales of star-crossed lovers go, Edward and Bella are no Romeo and Juliet. Still, as an ode to love of the emo variety, the movie still manages to charm. The film is full of beautiful shots of sweeping northwest scenery, the soundtrack is appropriately moody, and the appealing leads are full of endearing teenage angst. You might go in skeptical, but allow yourself to be won over.

Film is directed by Catherine Hardwicke, and also stars Peter Facinelli (Carlisle), Ashley Greene (Alice), Nikki Reed (Rosalie), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper), Kellan Lutz (Emmett), Anna Kendrick (Jessica), Elizabeth Reaser (Esme), and Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria).

Grade: B+