Spider Man Homecoming – Spidey saves the day with his intuition and natural inspiration

Spider Man Homecoming – Spidey saves the day with his intuition and natural inspiration

The new entry in the Spider Man franchise is a romance—particularly, a coming-of-age tale in which Peter Parker’s maturation engages in trying to have a reasoned relationship to his super powers and, therefore, to his self’s sense. Spider Man Homecoming film’s subject is demagogy, a teen-age superhero boy’s abuse of his powers to show off—to win celebrity, to win friends, and, above all, to impress a girl in his high school. Certainly, he ultimately learns better—after…

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It is Worthy Watching Anglina Jolie in Her Salt

It is Worthy Watching Anglina Jolie in Her Salt

Angelina Jolie continues to prove that she can handle guns, grenades and the bad guys even if the story line is implausible in her action-thriller of Salt. In the movie, her character Evelyn Salt, are perpetually in motion and that’s a good thing for its own sake since it keeps audiences from dwelling on how unapologetically preposterous the plot in question is. From start to finish, Salt movie 2010 is the very definition of a solid summer…

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Film Review: Netflix’s Death Note 2017 with Nat Wolff

Film Review: Netflix’s Death Note 2017 with Nat Wolff

I’m not sure who Death Note 2017 movie is for. The new movie, now available on Netflix, has two really great hooks from two entirely different aspects: To start off, it’s an adaptation of an internationally popular manga by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, which in turn was adapted into an internationallly popular anime sage. (Which you can also find on Netflix.) Moreover, it’s the latest film from Adam Wingard, who has made a name for himself making…

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Dunkirk the movie 2017 : What the Ending Holds

Dunkirk the movie 2017 : What the Ending Holds

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a nail-biter from beginning to ending. With unavoidable spoilers, let’s take a quick look at its ending. Although it takes place in one of the most dramatic events of World War II, Dunkirk isn’t really about conflict, or violence, or the terrors of the war. It’s really about what normal people act in desperate situations, when they’re being attacked from all sides by the rain of bombs and gunfire. It’s definitely telling…

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White Gold Episode 1 Review: The Inbetweeners Have Grown Up but Not Much

White Gold Episode 1 Review: The Inbetweeners Have Grown Up but Not Much

The Inbetweeners’s cast – Joe Thomas and James Buckley – return in a brand new BBC comedy White Gold written and directed by The Inbetweeners’s creator Damon Beesley on May 24, 2017. The reunion of two of hapless foursome, the new series is expected to be a hit, and it transpires totally warranted. The jokes are similar, the characters are comfortingly familiar, and the cringe-factor is alive and kicking. They all set in the brilliantly…

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The Inbetweeners 2 film review: The gang live up to the gap-year dream in Australia

The Inbetweeners 2 film review: The gang live up to the gap-year dream in Australia

As a hymn to bromance, and an exploration of the comic possibilities of what happens when an idiot falls down a water slide, The Inbetweeners 2 is a truly crafted piece of work. The Inbetweeners started life as a cheerfully bad taste British TV series about four teenagers on the fringe of social acceptance, then morphed into a hit feature film about the same kids on schoolies in Crete. The Inbetweeners 2, its sequel, gives us a quartet, older but no…

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Spring Breakers – Debauchery and the American Experience Brought by Harmony Korine

Spring Breakers – Debauchery and the American Experience Brought by Harmony Korine

Just before the candy-colored apocalypse comes to Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers you hear the peaceable murmurings of a beach, of lapping water, calling gulls and playing children. They’re wonderful, these summer sounds, carefree promises, youthful pursuits like building sand castles and shrieking at waves. The first image of what looks like a beach party keeps the happy vibe going. A bunch, hundreds of gyrating, dancing young guys and girls are basking in the sweet light — as…

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The TV show known as 21 Jump Street

The TV show known as 21 Jump Street

In the late 1980s, there was a TV show known as 21 Jump Street. That TV show has become a pop culture relic of the era as it being a primo specimen of a TV police procedural with a catchy hook. The TV show was about team of fresh-faced cops work undercover as high school kids reporting back to their tough/earnest boss at the address listed above. The series ran for four years, and was…

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Spring Breakers Movie Review

Spring Breakers Movie Review

Harmony Korine’s movie featuring Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens is not the usual brand of Sunny Delights. You will find Gomez smoking a bong and smoking trash, while Hudgens toting a pistol and inviting patrons her local Chicken Shack to “give me your motherfucking money or I’m going to shoot your fucking brains out”. Korine has shown how woozy and debauched the mainstream can be in a college-kid caper. So far, Spring Breakers movie is…

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The Life Lessons of Spring Breakers movie

The Life Lessons of Spring Breakers movie

Beachside carousing of college students isn’t the real subject that Harmony Korine brought up in his Spring Breakers, it is murder be the real subject. The quartet of party-hungry young women (Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine) falls in with a drug dealer (James Franco). Being enticed by money and guns, two of the girls take up arms alongside him and use them on his enemies with surprising aplomb. For all the…

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The Walking Dead: The Best Walking Dead Villain To Date, According To The Series’ Fans

The Walking Dead: The Best Walking Dead Villain To Date, According To The Series’ Fans

The Walking Dead boasts one of TV’s most outspoken fanbases, whether it’s talking about how much something is loved or despised. So there’s clearly no better way to find out who the show’s very best villain ultimately is than to ask the fans themselves. Just such a feat was performed, and when the dust had finally settled across the walker-strewn lands, the one antagonist still standing was none other than Shane Walsh, the show’s first quasi-traditional big bad….

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The Walking Dead Missing Characters That Could Probably Make A Return In Season 8

The Walking Dead Missing Characters That Could Probably Make A Return In Season 8

The famous TV series The Walking Dead has officially marked its return to the airwaves for Season 8, and the premiere made it quite obvious that the all-out war between Negan and Rick’s forces is only just the beginning. Rick and Co. have every reason to do everything in their power to take out the Saviors, and the attack on the Sanctuary in the premiere almost certainly motivated Negan to seek some revenge. The stage is set for the possible…

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HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN – This is a darker, edgier entry that’ll let even adults love Harry Potter

HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN – This is a darker, edgier entry that’ll let even adults love Harry Potter

With two mediocre yet tremendously profitable installments already under their belt, the Harry Potter saga has proven that its films don’t need to be all that good so as to keep fans happy. It’s no doubt George Lucas desperately wishes that more of his Star Wars fans could be under the age of twelve. With series originator Chris Columbus stepping out of the director’s chair and Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón stepping in, it would have been easy to just…

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie comes close to capturing the essence of the novels

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie comes close to capturing the essence of the novels

The escape of renegade wizard Sirius Black from a hellish incarceration is the main storyline mechanism that controls Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban the third in an ever-lasting series of adaptations of J.K. Rowling’s phenomenally famous novels. But the worse problem arises whether the movie’s talented director, Alfonso Cuaron, can escape the prison built for him by the man who directed the first two entries, Chris Columbus. The answer is yes, but just barely and,…

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Dunkirk full movie Is a Tour de Force War Movie, Both Sweeping and Intimate

Dunkirk full movie Is a Tour de Force War Movie, Both Sweeping and Intimate

Dunkirk movie, directed by Christopher Nolan, recounts an early harrowing campaign in World War II that took place months after Germany invaded Poland and weeks after Hitler’s forces started rolling into the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. Dunkirk full movie has characteristically complex and condensed vision of war. In a movie, that is insistently humanizing despite its monumentality, a balance that is as much a political choice as an aesthetic one. The movie also enriches the texture of the image as…

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