Justice League review: DC Comics finally does Justice to the League

Justice League review: DC Comics finally does Justice to the League

Justice League hit the Big Screen in Pakistan on November 24. The DC Comics phenomena featured Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fiscer) and Superman (Henry Cavill). Warning spoilers ahead The story begins months after the death of Superman at the hands of Doomsday. Supervillain Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds), along with his army of ‘Parademons’ is heading towards Earth to retrieve three Mother Boxes whose energy…

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Justice League: A battle between good, evil and… boredom

Justice League: A battle between good, evil and… boredom

Apassionate spark of frenemy-bromance between the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader was famously created in the last DC adventure, Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, when these two legends discovered their mums had the same first name: Martha. That somewhat anticlimactic coincidence was widely considered to be indicative of something unconvincing in the whole project. The problems are still evident. This new Justice League film has had a troubled passage. Its original director, Zack Snyder,…

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X-Men Make the Right Decisicion to Get Rid of Tired Double Act of Magneto and Professor X

X-Men Make the Right Decisicion to Get Rid of Tired Double Act of Magneto and Professor X

Ryan Reynold is on the right track to stoke the enthusiasm of audiences towards the future Deadpool Versus Wolverine. Coming along with Logan 2017 in cinemas is a short movie featuring Reynolds’ foul-mouthed mutant strolling past posters of Jackman’s current blockbuster and cracking funnies about the adamantium-clawed antihero’s lack of a proper superhero suit. It’s quite a reminder that Fox has more than one hit in their X-Men franchise. As Fox’s producer, Lauren Shuler Donner,…

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THE DARK KNIGHT – Gotham Town’s Showdown

THE DARK KNIGHT – Gotham Town’s Showdown

THE DARK KNIGHT – Dark as night and nearly as long, Christopher Nolan’s new Batman film seems like a start and somewhat an end. Pitched at the divide between art and industry, poetry and entertainment, it appears much darker and deeper than any Hollywood adapt of its comic-book kind, including “Batman Begins” – Nolan’s 2005 moody resurrection of the series – by embracing an ambivalence that at first glance might be mistaken for pessimism. But no work stuffed…

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Wonder Woman Brought Tears To My Eyes

Wonder Woman Brought Tears To My Eyes

Honestly, did not expect to cry during Wonder Woman To be more specific, I did not expect to tear up during the battling scenes. OK, maybe if Diana (Gal Gadot) the Amazon princess had given us some wonderful speech, or if my favorite character had died, but I would certainly did not expect to get all emotional during Wonder Woman’s battle scenes. But it actually happened, when Wonder Woman started fighting, my tears starts to…

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Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice is the most incoherent blockbuster in years

Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice is the most incoherent blockbuster in years

Everything I remember about the Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice movie includes a giant creature hatched from an amniotic sac swinging around Metropolis, a kryptonite spear lying at the bottom of a flooded stairwell, Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) playing with his kitchen timer, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) join the fight in Gotham City, Superman scarifying to kill the creature, and Batman (Ben Affleck) standing there watching the show as he has no idea what…

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Wonder Woman – A film that defeats all superhero film.

Wonder Woman – A film that defeats all superhero film.

Although there were many great movies coming out of the cinema recently, this year blockbusters’ season can still be summarized into one word: “superhero”. In May, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 have not disappointed us and made it the best opening for summer so far. Also in that month, we had our favorite superhero since childhood made his come back with Spider Man Homecoming. Then in June, we were lucky enough to witness the…

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11 Things We Learned from Justice League’s New Trailer

11 Things We Learned from Justice League’s New Trailer

Justice League trailer at Comic-Con is worth the patience waiting for, it filled with cool footage, exciting hints and Easter Eggs. Those who are eager to see the villain Steppenwolf in battle left with happy, as did the fans hoping that both The Flash and Cyborg would get some more of the spotlight. To top things off, the trailer ended with what seems to be the return of Superman from death. We’re breaking everything down to help…

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GAL GADOT FILMOGRAPHY

GAL GADOT FILMOGRAPHY

Gal Gadot is an Israeli. She was Israeli Miss World in 2004 before became a singer, martial artist, and model. Was born in Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, to a Jewish family (from Poland, Austria, Germany, and Czechoslovakia). Her mother is Irit, a teacher, and her father is Michael, an engineer. She served in the IDF for two years. In the late 2000s, Gal began modeling. Gadot received swordsmanship, Kung Fu kickboxing, Capoeira and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training…

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Wonder Woman is always one of the best DC superhero

Wonder Woman is always one of the best DC superhero

Wonder Woman is always one of the best DC superhero that have ever been created. Her stories attract audiences not because of her brutality in battle but her compassion and privileges of female’s  interiority and desires. However, rarely there is room for those edges to be shown on movie. However, Patty Jenkinsturned has done a great job. From the beginning of the movie, Wonder Woman shows its unique from other superhero movies, not a vengeful…

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