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As with Mad Max 2, this latest instalment of the Mad Max franchise presupposes no prior knowledge of the preceding movies. The term “reboot” has been applied to it, which is perhaps fair enough. Having a new star as the titular character (Tom Hardy) lends credence to this view. As with Mad Max 2, Fury Road begins with a voice-over narration setting the scene. In Mad Max 2, that voice was some nameless man, acting as a teller of the myth of Max. In Fury Road, it is the voice of Max himself. Mad Max 2 struck me as more mythic, but Fury Road does not eschew this approach but it does appropriates other stylistic genres.

Perhaps the driver of this story is a variation on the story of The Iliad…all Hell breaks loose when the wife of a powerful man goes walkabout…off the reservation, so to speak. There seems to be more emphasis on a picture of a post-apocalyptic society here than in previous Mad Max films, although perhaps Beyond Thunderdome did delve in to this aspect…it’s just that I remember very little of of it, apart from that cage-fight setting etc. Early on in the film, at least, it’s more about creating a sense of place and society than focusing on Max. Most of the movie is one long, frantic, car/truck/motorcycle chase sequence…which might sound like a bad thing but director George Miller makes it exhilarating…although perhaps falling short of the standards he set in Mad Max…which happened to be more introduction to the franchise and made me conclude as a child that he had outdone Hollywood (later watching the first movie in the series was a disappointment, I have to say).

How does Tom Hardy fare in the role? In this, he seems a marginal character a lot of the time…an accidental/incidental hero, if you will…low intensity often, too. He looks buff compared to the lithe Mel Gibson in the first three movies. His accent seems a bit weird too…I can’t remember if I found it to sound South African at times…or maybe that was one or two other characters? Some of the other characters have weird accents too…either they’re not nailing what they’re going for, or it’s just a mixed bag of accents. Max’s costume accessories at times recall his role in The Dark Knight Rises. Sometimes Max’s predicament puts in mind James Bond being in a similar, outlandish circumstance.

In this mad world, it’s good that Max isn’t the be-all and end-all. Quite a lot screen time is spent on Charlize Theron’s character…the fancifully named “Imperator Furiosa”. One has to give Charlize great kudos…I doubt that any other actor has taken The Method to such an extent as to have their forearm amputated for the role! She is, in a way, a rival to Max’s myth.

Also impressive about the film is the cinematography and style of it all. The sea of humanity early on in the film, the aesthetic, which seems to draw on such diverse sources as “Beneath the planet of the apes” (perhaps…foggy memory!), underground American horror films about the backwoods people and Freaks…etc.etc.etc. The refugee camp aesthetic has a distinct looking cast but I don’t think that they have the memorability of the goons in Mad Max 2, with the likes of The Humungus, Wez and The Feral Kid (although he is not a goon!). Let’s not forget The Gyro Captain in that latter camp too!

Some really impressive visuals can be found in the dust storm sequence, which seems positively of The Apocalypse and one setting which brings to mind wastelands enchanted by an evil spell…a la “Lord of the rings” or “Excalibur” like. The latter setting has a surreal feel to it in stark contrast to its stark, monochrome colour palette.

Perhaps for the first time in this series, the “mad” part of the title character seems to be literalised. He has demons which torment him. To be honest, I wasn’t sure where to place these in the chronology…before going into this movie, I suspected that it was set some time after the events of the original movie and perhaps before or after the events of the second. Max has numerous flashbacks which unsettle him. I did wonder if one of the faces I saw was meant to be the Feral Kid or another was meant to someone from the first movie…but the age of the character in the flashback I Fury Road made me doubt that…although the original movie isn’t clear in my mind. It might very well be possible that the events of the flashbacks could be fodder for a sequel to Fury Road…assuming that they haven’t been covered in the prior movies.

My casual reading of the series is that the first movie was set in a remote, violent community. Some time between the events of that movie and the second, some sort of global catastrophe occurred which brought mankind back to a primitive, dog-eat-dog state. Speaking of which, there are some nice, seeming references to Mad Max 2…from the truck driven by Furiosa (is that where this movie’s title derives from?) to a nice nod to the dog food scene…but turned up to 11 (something the squeamish may want to close their eyes momentarily for!).

To be honest, I would have been happy for Mel Gibson to reprise his role as Max and I didn’t really need “name” overseas stars brought in, but Charlize is probably less of a marked choice than Tina Turner in Beyond Thunderdome (although she had a couple of great songs on that movie’s soundtrack!).

I’d place this movie behind Mad Max 2 and above Beyond Thunderdome, which I saw before rating movies at places like this. It’s an exhilarating ride.

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I was anticipating for the sequel for Pitch Perfect, I basically can’t wait for it to be out in my local cinema. This sequel is a little disappointing to watch as it has quite some cliché story lines. The plot aren’t as solid and some of the movie parts are chunky, it doesn’t has a smooth transition to it.

Some characters are not themselves anymore. A prime example would be Beca, she isn’t the first Beca whom we knew, she seemed like she has lost her attitude & personality. Not the cool and independent Beca that we saw in the first movie. Also, Fat Amy’s persona is exaggerated. Yes, I know people like her in the first movie, I do too, in fact, she is one of my favourite but in this sequel, she appears unintelligent somehow.

I feel like Emily’s role doesn’t really contribute much impact to the movie. They should have give her more screen time/more development for her character.

Lastly, some jokes on other nationalities are quite insensitive. Especially the part where John introduces the Indian acapellas? And also the subtle jokes about the Germans, they are not very pleasant.

Overall, I expected better based on it’s previous success. It is an OK movie that doesn’t leave a lingering impression.

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While we are coming off a big weekend that saw Hollywood finally deliver The Avengers: Age of Ultron to the big screen, it looks like we may be back to an uninspiring slate for the film world. There’s only one movie on the docket, offering a special ride along with Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara.
Just remember, I’m not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they’ll end up on the Tomatometer. Let’s take a look at what This Rotten Week has to offer.

While we are coming off a big weekend that saw Hollywood finally deliver The Avengers: Age of Ultron to the big screen, it looks like we may be back to an uninspiring slate for the film world. There’s only one movie on the docket, offering a special ride along with Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara.

Just remember, I’m not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they’ll end up on the Tomatometer. Let’s take a look at what This Rotten Week has to offer.

There is a certain recognizable formula that constantly plays out within the buddy comedy genre. It’s common that the stories find two people who annoy each other to no end and couldn’t be more dissimilar – but as they spend time together they realize that their differences are equal parts hilarious and endearing. Slowly, through some circumstance, and just general happenstance, they become the best of friends and have insane adventures together. Sometimes this works, sometimes it doesn’t, and this week we’ll find out if it can be replicated for success in Anne Fletcher’s Hot Pursuit.

Hot Pursuit teams up Reese Witherspoon and Sophia Vergara as a cop and the wife of a druglord – and to be honest, this movie looks like trash. It’s a shame, because I do think both Witherspoon and Vergara are talents, but this film very much seems like something you do for the studio so the studio will let you do other, more challenging work. The jokes feel canned and recycled. It just seems like the whole production is below both of them.

Director Anne Fletcher has been down this road before. She’s directed a number of celebrity team-ups to diminishing returns. Flicks like The Guilt Trip (38%), The Proposal (44%) and 27 Dresses (41%) are three on her resume that leave a less-than-inspiring trail of “comedy” work. These movies, while having some names attached, are all completely forgettable; throwaways for otherwise talented actors and actresses. This latest seems like more of the same.

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We find the team dealing with a threat of their own making….. a sentient robot called Ultron, who was originally designed as a peacekeeping program. Since Loki was captured, the team have been working to take down various cells of a secret society of villains known as HYDRA.

Their aim to make the world a better, safer place inspires Tony Stark to create Ultron, in order to respond to additional threats that the Avengers aren’t able to handle.

Ultron, unfortunately, takes this directive way too seriously and believes that world peace can only be achieved by exterminating humanity, and he’ll stop at nothing to accomplish this goal.

The battle between the Avengers and Ultron is further complicated by the appearance of superpowered twin Quicksilver, and Scarlet Witch, who ally themselves with the homicidal android……..

It was always going to be a tough call to match the first Avengers movie, which, in all fairness, was a monumental cinematic experience, but here, it appears that Whedon knew he couldn’t match it, realise the film would make bucketloads anyway, and just hasn’t bothered with many of the characters.

Oh yes, they have all the same screen time, but it appears that the heroes with their own separate franchises, have been sidelined in order for the humanistic side of the film to work, and in turn, it achieves it somewhat, but there is too much exposition that bloats the movie, and makes it, at times, an almost unbearable ordeal, which takes some doing, considering the wealth of characters in the film.

But the real problem with the film is its lack of urgency, and here Whedon isn’t to blame, it’s Disney/Marvel being greedy and boasting about the next phase of Marvel movies,so we know who is safe, so Ultrons mission seems a little too futile.

Where the humour in the first film was refreshing and went with the characters psyche, here it suffers the same as Thor: The Dark World Did, just too forced and unbelievable. Gone is Starks Sarcasm, Cap’s future fear, and the general banter.

But it’s still spectacular in places, the Hulkbuster Vs. Hulk battle is the highlight, bonkers and very funny, Spader channels Downey Jr. As Ultron, Frankensteins Monster to Starks Victor, and he is a perfect choice.

But the highlight of the film is Remmer, he really outshines the rest of the cast, the. It’s human character in the film, and it’s genuinely touching when he’s with his family,showing a very vulnerable side to the Avengers.

Olsen is the best out of the newcomers, Johnson is okay, but his ‘I bet you didn’t see that coming’ grates toward the end.

So all in all, it’s a crushing disappointment for such an impressive franchise, major characters are sidelined, Jackson shows up like Schwarzennegar in the avengers, and friends pop up for no good reason from other Marvel movies.

It feels like one long build up for Civil War, which does sound impressive.

But then again this sounded wonderful.

Meh-vengers, if you would…..

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Most of us dream about the future. “What will they think of next?”, we wonder as we marvel at the technological innovations of the present and try to imagine what could be on the other side of the horizon. We’re curious to see how society will change with the times as we reflect back on everything we’ve seen already. We want the best for our children and we hope to live long enough to see them reach their goals and find happiness. Most of us wish for a long and healthy life, and would consider that a tremendous blessing. But can there really be too much of a good thing? Is it possible that longevity could, at some point, become a curse? In “The Age of Adaline” (PG-13, 1:50), one woman finds out that joy and pain can both increase with time.

“Adaline Bowman lived a normal life,” the film’s narrator tells us. Adaline (Blake Lively) grows up, marries and has a child. When Adaline’s daughter, Flemming, is an old woman (and is played by Ellen Burstyn), Adaline looks like she’s still in her late 20s. But that’s only because she is. On an unusually cold California night, the young mother’s car slid off a country road and into a stream. The combination of the frigid water and a lightning strike had a unique effect on Adaline’s body. She stopped aging.

A condition that some would kill for creates a very unusual problem for Adaline. An acquaintance who hasn’t seen her in years expresses shock when she remarks that Adaline hasn’t changed a bit. A cop who pulls Adaline over for speeding becomes suspicious of the age on her driver’s license. When the attention that is attracted by her unchanging looks starts to become threatening, Adaline feels that she has no choice but to run.

Eventually, she decides that she even has to start living separately from her then high school-aged daughter. The two maintain their relationship over the years with phone calls and they occasionally meet, but that is the only close relationship that Adaline allows herself. When she realizes that someone is becoming too big a part of her life, she pulls back. Everyone must be kept at arm’s length. And every ten years or so, Adaline establishes a new identity and moves to a new location. No one can ever know her secret. It’s better this way, she tells herself.

Flemming wishes her mother could find happiness, and Adaline is tired of running, but it’s all she knows… and then she meets Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman). He’s young, handsome, charming, wealthy and very interested in Adaline. He senses that she’s special, although he has no idea just how special. She tries to resist his attempts at starting a relationship, but (in case I didn’t mention it already), he’s young, handsome, charming, wealthy and very interested in Adaline. And Adaline is indeed lonely. She hesitates, but accepts his invitation to spend a weekend with his parents (Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker) to help celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. On that trip, she encounters someone who knew her many years before. Adaline does her best to explain it all away, but her secret life is dangerously close to unraveling, just as her relationship with Ellis is getting more serious.

“The Age of Adaline” is wonderfully original and well-executed. The plot begs comparison to the 2008 Brad Pitt movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, but this film is much smarter and more touching. This script does a good job of making what is basically a fantasy film scenario seem almost plausible, but that’s beside the point. The story is so involving that it really doesn’t matter how Adaline ended up in her predicament. Lively plays her as a beautiful young woman with an old soul. It’s a very effective and sympathetic portrayal. We feel Adaline’s heartache; we admire her intelligence, determination and resourcefulness and we wish right along with her daughter that Adaline could just be happy. The script also resists the temptation of putting too many verbal winks to Adaline’s condition into the dialog. The story is very grounded for a fantasy and the plot unfolds organically, without pretense or any more artifice than is necessary for the film’s premise. Most importantly, in Adaline’s struggles, we see reflected the power and the many facets of love.

As much as I happen to love this movie, I have to remain objective enough to point out what I saw as some minor flaws in its execution. The narration, while helping the audience understand what is happening to this woman, sometimes gets a little too wordy for its own good. The method used to fill us in about Adaline’s backstory is creative, but not very well edited. Lastly, Huisman’s acting is serviceable, but is a bit of a weak link in an otherwise strong chain of performances. But at the end of the day, these really are minor criticisms of what I consider to be one of the best movies I have seen this year. “The Age of Adaline” is basically a well written, terrifically acted, beautifully shot movie that tells a fascinating and original story that will tickle your brain and touch your heart. What (or maybe I should ask “when”) IS the Age of Adaline? It is now. Go see this movie, before you get another day older. “A”

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One of the knocks on “Christian” films is that they lack subtlety; the message is wielded like a blunt force instrument, and the story resolution comes by way of a pat ending, reached always through faith in God. Heroes and villains are drawn in stark contrast, and the heroes are the ones that believe in God the most. I don’t agree it is a valid knock in all cases, but I appreciate at least that criticism, and see the point.

Then there is Little Boy. First, I would hesitate to call it a “Christian” film at all, as the message seems broader than that, but what the heck – call it a Christian film. In fact, call it a Catholic film. Perish the thought!

Little Boy is a meditation on many things – the belief that faith without works is dead; the belief that works without love are also dead; the corporal works of mercy. All of these are Catholic beliefs, some uniquely so. But they are also all human. Should we treat each other well because we love God? Or because it’s right? Does it matter?

In the end, Little Boy is also a mediation on the nature of faith itself. Does our faith in God change God? Or cause him to do what we want Him to do? Or does our faith simply allow us to see what God does through the eyes of trust and love, through the eyes of a little boy gazing upon a father that he worships? The formula in a lot of Christian films is that faith helps us get what we want. The reality is that faith helps us to deal with what God wants. There is a big difference.

I enjoyed Little Boy, but not simply for its message of faith. We can all see ourselves in one character or another as they all deal differently with the tension of WWII. Overall, Little Boy is a touching and poignant film, well worth a shot.

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After a few establishing montages of a WWI scene, Crowe starts his directing debut with vertical aerial shots of the titular character going about the titular undertaking. In a series of ever so lightly surreal overlapping frames of fade-out and fade-in subjects, we see Connor (Crowe, in the lead role too in addition to directing) the protagonist and his dog walking about carefully, the former manipulating two sticks of thin wire, one held in each hand. This is set in some of the wildest and driest parts of Australia. With unwavering confidence and uncanny conviction, he finally stops at a spot, digs deep, deep, and deep until rising out of the bowels of the earth – no, not Johnny Cash’s flames from the ring of fire – but an almost miraculous gush of water.
Pleased with his accomplishment, Connor returns to his farmhouse and is greeted with a smile from his wife who is cleaning a boot of one of his three sons, complaining indulgently that she doesn’t understand why they are always so dirty. After dinner, domesticity oozes as the wife urges Conner to go through the nightly ritual of reading their three sons to sleep. The next thing we hear is the loving father’s voice reading in the bedroom. As the camera moves into the bedroom we see three empty beds, beds that have not been slept in for quite some time. The gloomy nature of the movie finally unfolds – the three young adult sons have all gone to fight in Turkey, and were killed, all three together, in the Battle of Gallipoli. The next morning, Connor finds that his wife has drowned herself.
The remainder of the movie, set in Turkey (mostly Istanbul), can be categorized as what my summary line intimated: an entertaining cinematic package. The tone is initially gloomy, tracing Connor’s effort to acquire permission from hopelessly bureaucratic bodies to get into the military zone to look for the remains (perhaps just a skull) of his sons to bring home to Australia for a decent burial. Romance is offered in rapport with a young Turkish widow Ayshe who runs the hotel in Istanbul where he stays (a stunningly lovely Olga Kurylenko), a relationship that follows an often-seen trajectory of starting with animosity but gradually warming towards mutual empathy. Another often-seen relationship comes as the man-and-kid bonding with Ayshe’s somewhat cheeky but generally adorable son. When Connor finally succeeds in getting into the military zone, we get a feel of the ever elusive nature of political alliances: Australia and Turkey, enemies only so recently, are now allies against Greece. Two important characters emerge from this new addition to the dramatic arena. One is a British colonel played by Jai Courtney. You would perhaps remember him as John McClane’s (or you can call him Bruce Willis) son in “A good day to die hard”. The other, an even more important role, is a Turkish Major played by an excellent Yilmaz Erdogen. The pace picks up when after finding of remains of two of the sons, a gleam of hope breaks out that the third one may still be alive. High adventure ensues, with a touch of melodrama that is not unwelcome, after the somber mood that has dominated the movie for the most part.
I am not going to repeat the summary line again but would just add that the movie is shot in an old-fashion style which is a delight to watch.

After a few establishing montages of a WWI scene, Crowe starts his directing debut with vertical aerial shots of the titular character going about the titular undertaking. In a series of ever so lightly surreal overlapping frames of fade-out and fade-in subjects, we see Connor (Crowe, in the lead role too in addition to directing) the protagonist and his dog walking about carefully, the former manipulating two sticks of thin wire, one held in each hand. This is set in some of the wildest and driest parts of Australia. With unwavering confidence and uncanny conviction, he finally stops at a spot, digs deep, deep, and deep until rising out of the bowels of the earth – no, not Johnny Cash’s flames from the ring of fire – but an almost miraculous gush of water.

Pleased with his accomplishment, Connor returns to his farmhouse and is greeted with a smile from his wife who is cleaning a boot of one of his three sons, complaining indulgently that she doesn’t understand why they are always so dirty. After dinner, domesticity oozes as the wife urges Conner to go through the nightly ritual of reading their three sons to sleep. The next thing we hear is the loving father’s voice reading in the bedroom. As the camera moves into the bedroom we see three empty beds, beds that have not been slept in for quite some time. The gloomy nature of the movie finally unfolds – the three young adult sons have all gone to fight in Turkey, and were killed, all three together, in the Battle of Gallipoli. The next morning, Connor finds that his wife has drowned herself.

The remainder of the movie, set in Turkey (mostly Istanbul), can be categorized as what my summary line intimated: an entertaining cinematic package. The tone is initially gloomy, tracing Connor’s effort to acquire permission from hopelessly bureaucratic bodies to get into the military zone to look for the remains (perhaps just a skull) of his sons to bring home to Australia for a decent burial. Romance is offered in rapport with a young Turkish widow Ayshe who runs the hotel in Istanbul where he stays (a stunningly lovely Olga Kurylenko), a relationship that follows an often-seen trajectory of starting with animosity but gradually warming towards mutual empathy. Another often-seen relationship comes as the man-and-kid bonding with Ayshe’s somewhat cheeky but generally adorable son. When Connor finally succeeds in getting into the military zone, we get a feel of the ever elusive nature of political alliances: Australia and Turkey, enemies only so recently, are now allies against Greece. Two important characters emerge from this new addition to the dramatic arena. One is a British colonel played by Jai Courtney. You would perhaps remember him as John McClane’s (or you can call him Bruce Willis) son in “A good day to die hard”. The other, an even more important role, is a Turkish Major played by an excellent Yilmaz Erdogen. The pace picks up when after finding of remains of two of the sons, a gleam of hope breaks out that the third one may still be alive. High adventure ensues, with a touch of melodrama that is not unwelcome, after the somber mood that has dominated the movie for the most part.

I am not going to repeat the summary line again but would just add that the movie is shot in an old-fashion style which is a delight to watch.

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Don’t let the Russian trolls dissuade you from watching this movie. The fact that this movie was banned by Putin’s censors ( truth hurts! ) is in itself a very good reason why you should see it.
This is a good portrayal of the grim, awful reality of life under the Stalinist regime and it shows very well what this murderous, totalitarian system ( that the Russians invented and wanted to spread all over the world ) was like and what it did to people. It crushed their conscience and the backbone of their humanity. It killed morality and any innate goodness of mankind. It created a Homo-Sovieticus who is still alive and kicking in today’s Russia.
And yet, no matter how much suffering and how many victims this monstrous system created, there are still communism apologists in today’s Russia ( and elsewhere in the loony left western media world ) that just can’t accept the simple truth that communism was as bad as Nazism.
That’s why they don’t want you to see this movie, that’s why they will tell you it’s rubbish not worth seeing. Don’t listen to them, just go and see this movie and decide for yourself.

Don’t let the Russian trolls dissuade you from watching this movie. The fact that this movie was banned by Putin’s censors ( truth hurts! ) is in itself a very good reason why you should see it.

This is a good portrayal of the grim, awful reality of life under the Stalinist regime and it shows very well what this murderous, totalitarian system ( that the Russians invented and wanted to spread all over the world ) was like and what it did to people. It crushed their conscience and the backbone of their humanity. It killed morality and any innate goodness of mankind. It created a Homo-Sovieticus who is still alive and kicking in today’s Russia.

And yet, no matter how much suffering and how many victims this monstrous system created, there are still communism apologists in today’s Russia ( and elsewhere in the loony left western media world ) that just can’t accept the simple truth that communism was as bad as Nazism.

That’s why they don’t want you to see this movie, that’s why they will tell you it’s rubbish not worth seeing. Don’t listen to them, just go and see this movie and decide for yourself.

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The age of technology! It is a wonderful time where the Internet allows so much to be shared with a push of a button. The media shared can bring lots of happiness, or quickly become a portal terror just like the theme of today’s movie review Unfriended. From the trailers you might expect:

1. Found footage bologna we’ve grown accustom too 2. A simplistic plot with more drama than actual story 3. Gruesome kills that will chill you to the bone 4. Acting that is simple

So what do you get? When it comes to found footage films, we have come to expect erratic, dizzying shots of our cast running from some unknown entity. Often we get more headaches than information, leading to frustration and lackluster films. Unfriended is told through the web camera of Blaire (Shelly Hennig), as she skypes, messages, and texts her beloved troop of friends. Being on the computer, the film was limited to mostly stationary footage of Blaire multitasking between instant messaging and video chatting. Many audience members I feel will relate and appreciate the portrayal of teenagers juggling communication with other websites, as the group participates in cheesy exchanges of humorous dialog. That is until the terror starts and the social media becomes an instrument of torture that shrewdly forces our group to confess. Now I can appreciate the ingenuity of using computers and the relevance, but this movie sometimes took this angle a little too far. One particular annoying part was watching Blaire try to phrase her messages, constantly retyping the same message and hesitating to press send. A good lesson indeed for the teenage population, but I didn’t need to see this five times in the movie.

With the interesting camera angle, perhaps the story had some quality to it. Unfriended does have a unique twist, cleverly manipulating the internet to develop the characters and dish out the terror. The biggest strength of this movie is the mystery of the hacker, the suspense of who will uncover the secret keeping me interested in the tale. Unfortunately it still suffers from the predictable Slasher formula starting with the convenient timing that all of their parents aren’t home, on a school night. A majority of the plot is based on uncovering their “Mean Girl” like secrets, horrible, and typical, high school antics that are old hat. It does add further depth to the characters, perhaps even adding some relatable qualities that high school students may latch on to. I however couldn’t stop laughing at how stupid these kids were and the mistakes they kept compounding. I wish I could say the revelation at the end made up for some of the lackluster elements, but the ending didn’t deliver the satisfaction I looked for, and quite honestly seemed like a cheap write off.

Let’s get to the kills you are most likely seeking from the trailer. Unfriended manages to think outside the box in terms of spilling blood, using mundane objects as the means for death. Two deaths in particular are disturbing, the web came giving you enough of the carnage to piece things together without dropping into extreme torture territory. I will admit many of these deaths are ridiculous, overdramatic messes that made some of the audience howl with laughter. Yet I can’t help but applaud their integration of the murder devices into a casual conversation, with the exception of one or two that were obvious foreshadows to their demise. I can’t say much more, or I might ruin this quality, but keep your eyes peeled. Oh well, at least the deaths are fairly “justified” by the mysterious hacker’s actions.

Acting wise, the cast does a good job capturing the stereotypical teenager role. They capture the emotional spectrum of their characters, from shallow minded gossip to the fear and terror of uncertain death. The dialog is definitely “realistic”, but my friend and I agree that all the petty arguing and screaming got old. We did however enjoy the mannerisms of CAPS LOCK and emoticons being used in the movie to mimic the current cyber chat trends. While the acting is okay, the limited characters were not ones I could grasp onto. They all were annoying idiots, whose cruelty and selfishness were over the top, taking away any sympathy I might have felt. Perhaps a good character might have helped balance the bad, but this movie held no moral spectrum other than teenagers being teenagers. Either way the acting is fine for the characters given, and some of the characters (who aren’t teens) were really cute.

Unfriended is not the best horror movie by a long shot, but it has taken an interesting tangent from the normal thriller movie. Teenager and young adults alike will find relevance in the modern technology used, but others may find this more of a comedy than a horror. This rather loud and obnoxious tale fails to deliver on a lot of other levels, and I can’t really recommend this one for a theater visit. Perhaps a Redbox rental is in your future for this one, otherwise let the intended audience tell you how it is.

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After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart has earned a well-deserved vacation. He heads to Vegas with his teenage daughter before she heads off to college. But safety never takes a holiday and when duty calls, Blart answers.

Shirley Knight and Jayma Mays do not reprise their roles for the sequel. Knight played Blart’s mother, and Mays played Amy, his love interest. Their absences are explained in the movie by having Blart’s mother die and Amy dump him shortly after the wedding at the end of the first film.

The movie begins with him arriving at luxury Wynn Las Vegas hotel for a vacation while wearing a colourful Hawaiian print shirt.

He takes in the sight of the lavish property as messages emblazoned across the screen read: ‘After six years of keeping our malls safe Paul Blart is finally getting a vacation.’ Then Paul’s slapstick comedy begins as he tries to show his proficiency in riding his vehicle of choice; a segway, only to be hit by a car in the hotel valet area His daughter Maya, played by Raini Rodriguez, urges him to enjoy the trip but ominous music begins to play as Paul exclaims: ‘Someone is taking down the hotel.’ Then a man with a gun is shown walking up the stairs of the hotel followed by flashes of a case full of cash and security footage.

‘A hero is never off duty,’ flashes across the screen when Paul receives his trusty officer uniform and snaps back into action.

He holds a press conference to talk about the predicament the hotel and casino is in as scenes of him riding around on his trusty segway and other bumbling moments are shown.

Paul then makes a rousing speech as he declares: ‘We are trained to detect, deter, observe and report but there’s one man who goes above and beyond and I am that man!’ He goes on to zipline from the top of the hotel to kick a suspect off a fountain, then proceeds to fight thieves, an ostrich and even punches an old woman.

The humorous clip concludes with Paul trying to hit on a female police officer on a horse, she gives him her phone number, then he slaps the horse on the behind which makes the horse kick him across the road into his mini van.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 Is An Excellent Movie Everyone Must See.

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“Isn’t it strange, to create something that hates you?” – Ava

Walking into the cinema… Artificial intelligence has been a cinematic fascination since Metropolis. This year presents more futuristic awareness of robots and the moral implications of their creation. Ex Machina seems to be a psychological thriller with a moral message, but will it offer anything that we have not seen before in this genre?

Overall rating: 3.25 stars Cinematic rating: 3 stars Big question opportunities: 3.5 stars

In the latest artificial intelligence drama from director Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Dredd), Bluebook is the industry leading search engine and software firm. Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) wins a week in a private mountain retreat with the reclusive CEO and founder, Nathan played by Oscar Isaac, of the technology giant. But on arrival, Caleb quickly determines that he will have to participate in a bizarre, but ground breaking study of human interaction with the world’s first truly interactive artificial intelligence, which has been created in a beautiful female robot, Ava (Alicia Vikander). An exciting proposition for a young computer genius, but it quickly turns into a twisted psychological tale of the human condition.

This has been a busy year for artificial intelligence films and director Alex Garland has to differentiate Ex Machina from all the other robot films. Garland begins the journey in a pristine and rustic garden habitat, a modern day Eden. The perfect place for a creator to develop new life. Even though it is not an original setting, it does set up the stark contrast from the the usual sterile trappings of a laboratory environment with him literally bringing his creation up from out of the earth and the depths of the cyber world. The story of Ex Machina is a creation story, but it becomes a psychological exercise, for the characters and for the audience. With each ensuing question, there are a multitude of underlying questions that need to be considered. The character development and script have a multilayered brilliance and allows Garland’s psychology study to open doors that separate it from other artificial intelligence films. From Blade Runner to Chappie, the questions of ethics and humanity are central themes. Ex Machina incorporates these themes, but is different because it is not merely a study of the created organisms, but an analysis of the creator. Oscar Isaac’s character, Nathan, captures the brilliance needed for this type of machinery development, but exposes the underlying problem with man being a creator. Humans are flawed, hence causing them to create an inherently flawed creation. All of the psychological tension was well paced, the actors delivered effective performances. Garland’s characters show that they all are measured and calculate each move, like a well played chess match. Then it was like someone knocked over the game board and the conclusion ended abruptly and ineffectively. The originality of the script calls for a more thoughtful conclusion, but it felt like Garland ran out of ideas, time or money and abruptly ended the film. Ex Machina was captivating, innovative and opened the door for a multitude of topics, but failed to deliver satisfactory answers in the end.

Even with the less than satisfactory ending, this film asks many of the underlying questions of human existence. The illusions to the garden of Eden were not subtle. Ava and Caleb were the test subjects in the world created by Nathan. Unlike the God of the Bible who is merciful, gracious and perfect in intention and purpose, Nathan is brilliant, but a flawed creator. With wealth and power, he proves that he feels he is above all moral codes. Not knowing Alex Garland’s intentions with the script, he did manage to expose the problem with created beings attempting to create other moral beings. Sinful intentions produce a tainted creation. Creation is merely one topic amongst many in Ex Machina. Intelligence, greed, power, morality, ethics, and sexuality are all touched on and given room for discussion after the film. As a word of warning, language and nudity are issues and should be considered before watching. Looking pass these issues, this psychological test will provide a plethora of conversation possibilities for the audience as it’s test subjects.

Leaving the cinema… Ex Machina was a refreshing change within this genre, there were layers to this film that allow for a deeper conversation on the topic of artificial intelligence. It is not a biblical metaphor, but the biblical illusions are unavoidable. The film is dark and borderline depressing, with a less than satisfactory ending. Yet, if you enjoy thought provoking films, you will enjoy this psychological adventure.

Reel Dialogue: What are the bigger questions to consider from this film? 1. What does it mean to be human? (Genesis 1:27, 2:5-25) 2. As a creator, what was God’s purpose in creating mankind? (Isaiah 43:7, Colossians 1:16)

3. Answering Ava’s question at the top: Even though some of mankind ignore and potentially hate God, this is a flaw in the human heart and not in God. He is a perfect and flawless creator. (Genesis 3)

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I saw “The Longest Ride”, starring Britt Robertson-Under the Dome_tv, Scream 4; Scott Eastwood-Fury, Texas Chainsaw 3D_2013, oh yeah, you might have heard of his father, Clint; Jack Huston-American Hustle, The Twilight Saga:Eclipse; Oona Chaplin-Game of Thrones_tv, Quantum of Solace and Alan Alda-The Blacklist_tv, The West Wing_tv.
This is a movie that is based on a book written by Nicholas Sparks. In case you are not familiar with the name, he has had about ten of his books turned into movies, including Safe Haven, Dear John and, his most famous one, The Note Book. Britt plays a college student majoring in art that meets a cowboy, Scott. Scott is a bull rider that has some physical problems resulting from his many years of riding bulls-it’s a tough sport, being thrown a few times by an angry bull will tend to mess your body up pretty good. In fact, his doctor has told him to quit the sport, but he’s not going to listen to him. Scott and Britt are trying to work out all the bugs in their relationship, him being a cowboy and her going away to New York City to study art on a scholarship, when they come across a car accident and save the driver, Alan and a box of love letters. When Alan recuperates in the hospital, he lets Britt read his letters and the story of how he met and fell in love with his wife back in the 1940’s. The story jumps back and forth, between the 1940’s and the present, telling two different love stories that just happen to have more than a few similarities and teachable moments with each other. Jack plays the young Alan and Oona plays his bride. There are lessons to learn from the parallel stories, including that love requires sacrifices, opposites usually do attract and the longest ride can mean 8 seconds on a bull or it can refer to your life with someone. It’s rated “PG-13″ for action and sexual content-partial nudity-and a running time of 2 hours & 19 minutes. It was a good story for this type of movie. I would not buy it on DVD but it would be alright, as a rental.

I saw “The Longest Ride”, starring Britt Robertson-Under the Dome_tv, Scream 4; Scott Eastwood-Fury, Texas Chainsaw 3D_2013, oh yeah, you might have heard of his father, Clint; Jack Huston-American Hustle, The Twilight Saga:Eclipse; Oona Chaplin-Game of Thrones_tv, Quantum of Solace and Alan Alda-The Blacklist_tv, The West Wing_tv.

This is a movie that is based on a book written by Nicholas Sparks. In case you are not familiar with the name, he has had about ten of his books turned into movies, including Safe Haven, Dear John and, his most famous one, The Note Book. Britt plays a college student majoring in art that meets a cowboy, Scott. Scott is a bull rider that has some physical problems resulting from his many years of riding bulls-it’s a tough sport, being thrown a few times by an angry bull will tend to mess your body up pretty good. In fact, his doctor has told him to quit the sport, but he’s not going to listen to him. Scott and Britt are trying to work out all the bugs in their relationship, him being a cowboy and her going away to New York City to study art on a scholarship, when they come across a car accident and save the driver, Alan and a box of love letters. When Alan recuperates in the hospital, he lets Britt read his letters and the story of how he met and fell in love with his wife back in the 1940’s. The story jumps back and forth, between the 1940’s and the present, telling two different love stories that just happen to have more than a few similarities and teachable moments with each other. Jack plays the young Alan and Oona plays his bride. There are lessons to learn from the parallel stories, including that love requires sacrifices, opposites usually do attract and the longest ride can mean 8 seconds on a bull or it can refer to your life with someone. It’s rated “PG-13″ for action and sexual content-partial nudity-and a running time of 2 hours & 19 minutes. It was a good story for this type of movie. I would not buy it on DVD but it would be alright, as a rental.

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to sum it up in few words i must say this latest installment in the franchise is a mash up and mixture of James Bond 007,mission impossible series and pretty much all those films that Michael Bay directed we have seen over the years is equal to furious 7.

why here are some of the reasons since 2001 the first installment came things changed in films if you go back and look at Rob Cohen’s original you will find a balance later on directors changed and Justin Lin took over the franchise which was a good thing but the tone started to change it changed from the racing and heist element to the sake of action and new villains were introduced in each next chapter but they at least they tried there best at being stuck to some realism while this 7th film tried to included everything & ended up ruining itself.

the cast:new members are added here Paul Walker passed away in 2013 in midway filming this was his last film but he looks great here doing action but his character cant do much here,Vin Diesel looked bored here seriously he should make the triple x sequel these films are enough now,the rock role is chopped off he gets beat up so bad and only appear in the climax blowing everything up he stole the whole drone & helicopter scene but the biggest highlights are Kurt Russell,Nathalie Emmanuel & finally my favorite Jason Statham he is so bad-ass here i thought i was watching a transporter sequel but sadly he is not used well he is not the main villain here,Elsa Patkay is here too but in a changed hairstyle but what i hated the most was role for Tony Jaa he gets wasted here this guy is a icon.

The Plot:Deckard Shaw is after Dom and his family because they let his brother Owen Shaw left for dead just as Dom is about to deal with Shaw he gets in between a war with Somalian terrorists and government agents.

for those who don’t know Han died at end of Tokyo Drift 2006 and the events of fast and furious 2009,fast five 2011 & furious 6 2013 happened before that this begins right some time after Tokyo drift story Tokyo drift is my personal favorite film most underrated in franchise.

let me be clear on one thing i did like the action here but at many times they were over the top critics will love it for sure but when same thing John Woo does it these hypocrites hate it i mean the Dubai building to building car stunt is insane it looks epic but hello guys not even Daniel Craig do this type of action as 007 the shaky camera wont bother as there is plenty of dialog and chemistry of actors with each other is enjoyable the scrip is to be blamed here seriously all these elements like technology and those comic book type stunts were not necessary if they had kept it little simple just like the first film in 2001 it would have been much better.

the crowd was enjoying it no doubt but the guys need to be careful in future the edited needs to be tighter so the narrative wont go loose cannon the micro chip plot was not required at all Jason Statham’s character is ignored here on purpose furious 7 tried hard to go back to the roots but what can anybody do these guys added too many stories in one film this is not avengers or batman please.

this films is for adrenaline junkie fans only universal should remove James wan and bring some other director next time otherwise the fast and the furious series are done for.

Overall Furious 7 2015 is a half good half bad film just don’t expect a masterpiece that’s all i have to say enjoy it for what it is my rating is 4/10:Recommended

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There’s a lot of over-egging and manipulation in Simon Curtis’ latest Woman In Gold, an account of a real life underdog story and an art-restitution landmark case.

Helen Mirren, complete with occasional German accent, stars as Maria Altmann, a Jewish refugee living in America after being forced to flee there when the Nazi cloud descended.

When Altmann’s sister dies, she discovers documents pertaining to Gustav Klimt’s Woman in Gold painting, which was of her aunt Adele, and believes she has a claim to it along with other works stolen by the Nazis.

So, teaming up with Ryan Reynolds’ nebbish lawyer Randol Schonberg, she reluctantly heads to Austria to take on the government to reclaim Austria’s Mona Lisa for her family.

But, as ever, the odds are stacked against the duo as they face the might of the Austrian government and with time not on Altmann’s side, she may not find the peace she desires.

The Woman In Gold painting may be adorned in the precious metal but the movie certainly doesn’t glitter, thanks to a heavy-handed approach and an over-reliance on flashbacks, manipulating your every emotion and with a score that tells you what to feel at every step.

While there’s some praise for Helen Mirren’s dignified turn as Maria, who’s imbued with a sense of indignation and righteousness, Ryan Reynolds’ bumbling lawyer and a lack of any decently written supporting characters outside of the duo take some of the sheen away from this crowd-pleasing fare.

There’s a distinct Philomena-esque vibe to this duo’s road trip and buddy dynamic, but the screenwriters have spent all their time developing those two, that anyone outside of the main circle is little more than a dastardly caricature.

Woman in Gold could have done with a touch more subtlety to have really worked and hit the emotional beats this social justice story needed to without feeling so heavy-handed; instead this Woman in Gold is covered in a corny, sickly after-coat that prevents the glow from having the sheen and polish it really needed.

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Home is really a terrible movie. Where I would normally write a full out review there isn’t really much to say. Before I unleash I would like to point out that despite some truly awful writing Rihanna and Jim Parsons did a really good job of their characters.

The writing is can’t seem to get it’s story straight. Mid sentence the way a certain character speaks changes. For example Oh who was purposefully given poor language skills, presumable to make him seem more adorable, will change from poor grammar to perfect grammar mid- sentence.

Something that really boggles my mind is that even though it’s an animated film, with the possiblility to have literally any shot imaginable, they still stick to boring, repetitive close-ups, and the cinematography is just as generic but still manages to be bad. The direction is awful and the pacing is all over the place, it feels like the movie is almost over less than halfway through and after that point it is boring, pointless montage after boring pointless montage until the third act.

Let’s just not talk about either of the songs in the score (which was written by Rihanna)

Having said all that, it did what it was made to do, entertain kids, so I’ll give it that. But for anyone else, I recommend you runaway fast, this story is forced and boring and really isn’t worth the price of admission.

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I am a huge Kevin Hart fan every since his first mainstream comic stand up (I’m a Grown Little Man). Enjoyed all of his movies especially The Wedding Ringer. Watching the trailer for the first time, I was insanely excited to see Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart working together! Finally I got a Saturday night show tickets to watch it and the movie was rather unique within its story in the beginning. Will Ferrell did what he does best with his over the top comic role of a millionaire, smart but naive character. Kevin Hart also did what he does best as a broke, vulnerable but funny confident character. Soon you find out that you have seen this before in buddy cop movies. Two very different personalities (status and attitude) get together to accomplish a goal and become best friends. It is a clichéd story which didn’t live up to my expectations but they did have humorous scenes which got me laughing and isn’t that the whole point? (Loved the transition where Ferrell’s house turns from a lavish villa to a prison!) Aside the clichéd story and excessive sexual humor, I enjoyed Get Hard and the chemistry between the two lead actors.

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**Warning! Spoiler Information Inside!**

I had heard far and wide (meaning on various internet chat spots and blogs) that It Follows (2014) , was a decent horror flick , and after viewing twice I agree it was.

Jay is just an ordinary teenage girl having the ordinary teenage first time sexual encounters. She ends up being used by another high school student to pass along what seems to be an existential form of demonic STD. As the story moves along many events prove this is no fantasy.

So, it appears that director David Robert Mitchell had a steady diet of 80s slasher and horror flicks in his pool of influences for this film , Noting also that he penned this films script as well. There are many subtle homages to this era if the viewer looks close enough.

However, the real win of this movie is its scenes and sequences. I swear (or would bet heavily) that the Director of Cinematography Mike Gioulakus was a fan of Late Director Stanley Kubrick’s The Shinning (1980). So much of the frames in this film hold that kind of power that the viewer can enjoy film because of it’s cinematic style.

It also is a big plus, in the face of film flow that makes a turtle look like a marathon runner. The Plot has gimmicky and unbelievable Situations , well it is a horror film , however , the cast comes off well with no really unbelievable acting performances. As well the Pulp Fiction (1994) effect before cause film editing style is a good approach for holding interest here.

If you want good teen summer horror fare , this is one to see.

Three Stars(of 5).

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For those of you who missed the first one, Insurgent is the sequel to Divergent, Divergent is a series aimed at the new teen girl audience, so think Twilight and Hunger games and you are along the right lines. But the reel question is after the disappointment of Divergent will this second be a Maze Runner or just a Runner Runner? If you look at the poster for Insurgent it looks like it’s been directed by the Wakoski brothers, with the two main leads free falling in air, shattered glass surrounding them with guns drawn, but the truth is that Insurgent is nowhere near as physisophrenic as any of the matrix movies. No, Insurgent is a film with it’s head on it’s shoulders and it’s goals always in sight.
I think it’s this narrow mindedness that makes Insurgent worth watching, you can feel the movements are counting for something, they are part of a bigger scheme, it’s not all juts random or pointless, every scene is measured to fit within it’s play in the story and that story is buried within the many levels of social commentary that the movie makes.
Insurgent never gives into the pressure of feeling like “the middle child” with not having any real beginning or end, that’s the norm for movies like this, but not Insurgent. Instead it has a clearly defined beginning, middle and end, and just to help us along the setting changes for all three times. It’s little things like that which can really lift a film out of the ordinary.
Really we should credit the director Robert Schwentkes for this change. Schwentkes has had VERY mixed success, being responsible for last year’s awful R.I.P.D. but before that the quite good Red and the very acceptable Time Traveller’s Wife. In Insurgent it feels like Schwentkes has found his calling, he makes something as simple as a shower look incredible, with his expert eyes for framing, but it is in none reality when Insurgent really comes alive.
For at least half the film Insurgent is set in this strange SIM reality which is made to test each of the abilities of a candidate. This setting is both surprising and engaging. I think that’s a good way to describe all of Insurgent really. Surprising and Engaging.
It’s true Insurgent does not mind bringing out the big guns, with mass suicide being one of the major ones, the entire film has an air that anything could happen and in justice often does. I also like that all those things that no one really cared about from the original, for instance, all the different virtues of each discipline. Yeah that’s mostly forgotten about in Insurgent and if not it’s made REALLY clear what is required from the given party.
It’s interesting to me to see how the 3 main teen leads carry themselves and the film, Shaliene Woodly is clearly trying hard to bring out the level of talent that Jennifer Lawrence has as Tris. Theo James looks like he can have the only troubled expression on his face and nothing else and Miles Teller makes it all look so easy. As for the rest of the players they are all fine, especially Nomi Watt’s who I personally didn’t even recognise.
The truth is that Insurgent is just flat out better than it’s predecessor, it is succinct, clever, brave and beautiful, and I’ve got a feeling the best it yet to come.

For those of you who missed the first one, Insurgent is the sequel to Divergent, Divergent is a series aimed at the new teen girl audience, so think Twilight and Hunger games and you are along the right lines. But the reel question is after the disappointment of Divergent will this second be a Maze Runner or just a Runner Runner? If you look at the poster for Insurgent it looks like it’s been directed by the Wakoski brothers, with the two main leads free falling in air, shattered glass surrounding them with guns drawn, but the truth is that Insurgent is nowhere near as physisophrenic as any of the matrix movies. No, Insurgent is a film with it’s head on it’s shoulders and it’s goals always in sight.

I think it’s this narrow mindedness that makes Insurgent worth watching, you can feel the movements are counting for something, they are part of a bigger scheme, it’s not all juts random or pointless, every scene is measured to fit within it’s play in the story and that story is buried within the many levels of social commentary that the movie makes.

Insurgent never gives into the pressure of feeling like “the middle child” with not having any real beginning or end, that’s the norm for movies like this, but not Insurgent. Instead it has a clearly defined beginning, middle and end, and just to help us along the setting changes for all three times. It’s little things like that which can really lift a film out of the ordinary.

Really we should credit the director Robert Schwentkes for this change. Schwentkes has had VERY mixed success, being responsible for last year’s awful R.I.P.D. but before that the quite good Red and the very acceptable Time Traveller’s Wife. In Insurgent it feels like Schwentkes has found his calling, he makes something as simple as a shower look incredible, with his expert eyes for framing, but it is in none reality when Insurgent really comes alive.

For at least half the film Insurgent is set in this strange SIM reality which is made to test each of the abilities of a candidate. This setting is both surprising and engaging. I think that’s a good way to describe all of Insurgent really. Surprising and Engaging.

It’s true Insurgent does not mind bringing out the big guns, with mass suicide being one of the major ones, the entire film has an air that anything could happen and in justice often does. I also like that all those things that no one really cared about from the original, for instance, all the different virtues of each discipline. Yeah that’s mostly forgotten about in Insurgent and if not it’s made REALLY clear what is required from the given party.

It’s interesting to me to see how the 3 main teen leads carry themselves and the film, Shaliene Woodly is clearly trying hard to bring out the level of talent that Jennifer Lawrence has as Tris. Theo James looks like he can have the only troubled expression on his face and nothing else and Miles Teller makes it all look so easy. As for the rest of the players they are all fine, especially Nomi Watt’s who I personally didn’t even recognise.

The truth is that Insurgent is just flat out better than it’s predecessor, it is succinct, clever, brave and beautiful, and I’ve got a feeling the best it yet to come.

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I saw “The Gunman”, starring Sean Penn-Gangster Squad, I Am Sam; Jasmine Trinca-Saint Laurent, The Best of Youth; Javier Bardem-Skyfall, Eat Pray Love and Idris Elba-Heimdall in the Thor movies, The Losers.

This is an action movie, directed by Pierre Morel-From Paris With Love, Taken. It starts in 2006 in the Congo, where Sean, who works as an assassin for the government, is on assignment to take out a political target. Javier is quarterbacking the job and Jasmine is Sean’s girlfriend. After completing his hit, Sean has to leave the country- because things are too hot-and he doesn’t even have time to say goodbye to Jasmine, who did not know what Sean was really doing in the Congo, killing a high profile minister. Before Sean leaves, he asks Javier to take care of Jasmine for him and Javier promises him that he will. Flash forward to the present time and Sean is back in the Congo, doing humanitarian work now. Suddenly, he is attacked by mercenaries-Sean makes quick work out of them, there were only 4 of them-and then , he has to discover what is going on. The trail leads back to Javier, who in his taking care of Jasmine, decided he would just marry her, and Sean finds out that there are people dying left and right that had anything to do with the mission in 2006. Idris shows up as an Interpol agent, who is looking for answers on all the people turning up dead. Oh yeah, to throw a curve at the audience, Sean has a head injury that kicks in and incapacitates him at inopportune moments. It’s rated “R” for violence, language and sexual content-no nudity except for Sean without a shirt, showing off his in shape physic-and has a running time of 1 hour & 55 minutes. I enjoyed it and would buy it on Blu-Ray.

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Poorly written, poorly acted, poorly researched, overly melodramatic, heavy-handed choir-preaching. Can’t wait to see this cast again in their next Walmart ad!
Oh, and black characters as stereotypes? In a David A. R. White movie? NO WAY! Who knew?
And I had no idea that you could opt for a non-medically necessary abortion at 9 months pregnant!
Seriously, this movie is insane. I go in there and I see a movie where literally nothing supernatural happens, and it’s supposed to be an argument for God. Meanwhile, believers are going in there and inferring miracles and design all throughout the whole thing.
You’re writing a work of fiction and even then you can’t have god do anything more miraculous than things that might very easily happen otherwise?
This movie is from the same company that did The Encounter, which has Jesus and Satan appearing to people in a diner. They’re not shy about the miraculous stuff. But I guess they have to tone it down for the theatrical releases.

Poorly written, poorly acted, poorly researched, overly melodramatic, heavy-handed choir-preaching. Can’t wait to see this cast again in their next Walmart ad!

Oh, and black characters as stereotypes? In a David A. R. White movie? NO WAY! Who knew?

And I had no idea that you could opt for a non-medically necessary abortion at 9 months pregnant!

Seriously, this movie is insane. I go in there and I see a movie where literally nothing supernatural happens, and it’s supposed to be an argument for God. Meanwhile, believers are going in there and inferring miracles and design all throughout the whole thing.

You’re writing a work of fiction and even then you can’t have god do anything more miraculous than things that might very easily happen otherwise?

This movie is from the same company that did The Encounter, which has Jesus and Satan appearing to people in a diner. They’re not shy about the miraculous stuff. But I guess they have to tone it down for the theatrical releases.

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Finding your soulmate is one of life’s ultimate pleasures. Nothing, but nothing is more important than the profound love between two people. Of course you will have differences. Your class background may not be equal – but in end that does not matter. What matters is that you are true to yourself – and each other. Here are some other good messages: There is a spiritual world that will help you in your hour of need if you let it! A king can be good ruler and everyone can prosper from wise leadership. (There are certainly plenty working class people in this version of Cinderella, but no one is in rags or going hungry in this well run little kingdom.) Forgiveness protects you from bitterness, hatred and the need for revenge. Be kind to strangers. They might be angels in disguise. You can be a decent person without letting people walk all over you. Being good natured is not a weakness, but a strength. Speak truth to power. Exploiting people will backfire in the end. Strength comes from within. The ends don’t justify the means. Surround yourself with true friends. Be kind to animals. They are also your friends. Face adversity with courage. True beauty is within you! Accept your child for who they are. Be honest with those you love.

I could go on and on! There are so many good messages in this version of Cinderella you could actually make a contest out of it!

Isn’t it amazing that Hollywood can tell a story with zero physical violence and without going overboard on being too campy or boring? Here’s a fairytale where you actually care about the characters! I have to admit, tears welled up in my eyes more than once, and I’m a grown man!

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Run All Night is a 2015 American action thriller film written by Brad Ingelsby and directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. The film stars Liam Neeson, Joel Kinnaman, Common, and Ed Harris.
This movie is excellent and worth seeing.
It tells the story of an aging hit-man Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson)who is forced to take on his brutal former boss Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris) to protect his estranged son Mike (Joel Kinnaman) and his family following the death of Shawn’s son, Danny (Boyd Holbrook).
I really enjoyed watching this Gangster movie from beginning to end. It was so thrilling and kept me so interested to see what will happen in the end.
Liam Neeson’s acting was so strong that he deserves to win an Oscar.
Honestly the acting by all characters was wonderful .
I recommend it for teens and adults.

Run All Night is a 2015 American action thriller film written by Brad Ingelsby and directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. The film stars Liam Neeson, Joel Kinnaman, Common, and Ed Harris.

This movie is excellent and worth seeing.

It tells the story of an aging hit-man Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson)who is forced to take on his brutal former boss Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris) to protect his estranged son Mike (Joel Kinnaman) and his family following the death of Shawn’s son, Danny (Boyd Holbrook).

I really enjoyed watching this Gangster movie from beginning to end. It was so thrilling and kept me so interested to see what will happen in the end.

Liam Neeson’s acting was so strong that he deserves to win an Oscar.

Honestly the acting by all characters was wonderful .

I recommend it for teens and adults.

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This is getting beyond what a decent man can stomach. First of all, I did not seen a movie yet, because I don’t want to support anyhow enterprise like this. All I did was watching a trailers and then a few articles and comments to see what is behind a movie and who was a real person that this movie is about. It is really disgusting. Somebody picks a guy returning from Iraq war that is among few that still keeps a belief that what they did there was OK or is able to keep a guilt unconscious, probably with help of psychiatrists (most of guys just got sick or already have been, as stupid and brainwashed as they were when recruited, they must have slowly realize what they are really doing there, being directly on a place). Anyway, guy who is far from being a hero (more likely a psychopath) is supported to write and publish a book, which contains fabricated events (confirmed by lawsuit with Jesse Ventura). Then even more surprisingly a movie is produced. For movie to seem convincing, one of a most famous actors/directors is picked. He must be getting demented to be talked into something like this but I don’t want to judge, people can be lead to believe anything, but him … I’m surprised. I can even understand/believe how it is possible that Bradley Cooper provided best performance in his career – obviously he realized how he was fooled by signing a contract for this movie, so at least something he shared with u.s. soldiers to help him play convincingly. And finally picking for Oscars. Well, as embarrassing as this movie already is, why not continue playing a game, to successfully finish this grand trick (a real ‘triumph of the will’) designed to fool a majority – safely living in a glorious, righteous, prosperous and advanced culture. Yes, people don’t need to and don’t want to know a truth mostly – that is actually in a very nature of how a human brain fundamentally works – and one have to admit that thinking about all nastiness in recorded human history is far from what you do when you feel happy and more importantly, will not make you more productive. So I guess, that is a reason why this movie was made, something like a mass-psychotherapy.

I guess that clarifying some facts before watching a movie is not meant as a spoiler, it is meant to enable you to see a movie more as what it really is, although one can object that it is not an intent of people when watching a movies, but if movie presents itself as depicting a real events, I consider it correct to comment in that regard.

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By now, like me, you have seen the Chappie trailers. If you have seen District 9 and loved it, and Elysium and wanted to love it but were a little disappointed, then you are filled with hope that Chappie will be on that path you felt with District 9. I would tell you to retain that hope, and go into Chappie with an open mind. It does go back to the gritty world of District 9 somewhat. Die Antwoord may not be for everyone, but again, keep an open mind. I think there is merit in having two non-Hollywood actors in the role of Chappie’s “parents”, regardless if their music is your taste or not. The droids are impeccable in their detail and actions, which I thought was great. I felt the movie allowed the viewer to develop deep feelings for Chappie, as he develops feelings for the characters he interacts with. The story draws some interesting thoughts to contemplate regarding a link between consciousness and the existence of a soul, as well as what is moral or immoral, and the capacity for – yes – love. Is it a perfect movie, haters? No, it is not. It is a big ball of wax to explore and absorb. I, for one, definitely want to see this movie more than once.

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I went to this movie knowing nothing about it, we have planned to see other movie with my date, but when we arrived at the multiplex, that movie has sold out, so we choose this one. Basically we have here Will Smith (one of the most unbearable actors working today, he’s impossibly smug in this) as a kind of criminal mastermind, a sort of CEO of an underworld company, always ahead of what others are thinking. He takes as an intern the blonde bombshell Jess (Margot Robbie, from the Wolf of Wall Street, playing again a groupie of a criminal). The movie’s running joke is that the Smith character always ends up fooling her.

In general, I don’t like very much movies about criminals, since I don’t find criminality to be very amusing. This movie, however, is too silly, too stupid, the absurd plot twists too ridiculous to offend. But it is really a waste of time to spend two hours of your life seeing this. And the movie is infused in a lot of what I find about US young urban contemporary culture to be abhorrent.

The last part of the movie was filmed in my hometown, Buenos Aires (gratuitously so, since it involves a con operation involving a Formula 1 race, which hasn’t been set here for many years), but even that part I didn’t find to be terribly interesting, as it’s all shown with a tourist lens.

The only good scene in the movie here has Smith playing a game of escalating bets with a Chinese businessman (BD Wong).

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The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is about a group of elderly people who now live in an old-folks home in India, and its manager. This is the type of movie that follows the paths of ten plus people as they deal with their respective issues. I would recommend watching the first movie before watching this one. While it is possible to understand what is going on without it, there is little to remind the viewers of the personalities that live in the hotel. Most of the plots are unrelated to each other. In the first movie, the characters mingled with each other and learned from each other, but in this movie, they typically remain separate, so the film feels choppier. Like any anthology, some plots with entertain more than others. Some of them feel very forced, while others feel very natural. There are numerous ‘coincidences’ and forced plot points that drag for a while before resolving immediately and disrupting flow. Despite this, all of them deal with being afraid of what you want and learning to actually live instead of just existing until you die. There are lots of small details that feel unimportant until later. This is typically a strength in my eyes, by there were just so many details that led to such small rewards that I began to not care as much. This is an enjoyable film that is not as good as the first but is still an entertaining, fell-good story about living life to the fullest.

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Deftly directed by Matthew Vaughn, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a nostalgic throwback to those early Bond days of the 1960s, when just about every other comedy coming out of Hollywood was a spy-movie send-up (”Our Man Flint,” “In Like Flint,” “The Silencers,” “Agent for H.A.R.M.” etc.).

This latest addition to the genre, based on the comic book “The Secret Service” by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, tells of a spy agency so secret that even other spy agencies don’t know it exists. Kingsman is made up of a cadre of highly trained, dapperly dressed “gentlemen” spies who consider themselves to be the descendants – in spirit, if not in flesh-and-blood – of the knights of yore (they’ve even given each other code names like Lancelot and Galahad). That dapperest of dapper gentlemen Colin Firth plays Harry Hart, aka Galahad, a veteran agent who recruits a directionless youth (Taron Edgerton) from the streets of London – the son of an agent who over a decade earlier saved Hart’s life – to train in the art of spying (like in “My Fair Lady,” the eager trainee pipes in). Eggsy’s first major assignment will be to thwart the dastardly high-tech plot of a crazed gazillionaire, played by a lisping Samuel L. Jackson, who intends to save the planet by eliminating the “virus” (i.e., humanity) that seems bent on destroying it.

The humor in the Jane Goldman/Matthew Vaughn screenplay ranges from brittle and dry to pitch-dark satire, so dark in fact that the movie occasionally threatens to run off the rails into a tonal train wreck. Luckily, however, it always manages to right itself just at the point where we’re about to bail out on it. It’s true that the violence may probably be a tad too graphic for a movie of this type but the overall spirit of good cheer and unalloyed fun triumphs in the end.

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The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water was the best animated movie of 2015. Its definitely better than the first Spongebob movie because this one has more action in it.
Firstly, I was surprised to see Spongebob and Plankton being allies. They both have one goal which is obviously to get the Secret Formula back after it vanished. At first I didn’t understand what the movie is actually about, but than it got clearer and clearer for me.
Secondly, the plot was easy to understand, but at the beginning it wasn’t so clear of what the movie is actually about. This movie was hilariously funny for children and adults. I don’t understand why the movie got such a low rating.
Thirdly, I didn’t watch the Spongebob TV series since a long time and also didn’t watch all the episodes. The movie and the TV series are at the same level of excellence because both are hilariously funny.
Finally, I can’t believe that Squidward was actually in a good mood at the end of the movie. He usually is in a bad mood. Spongebob had a surprise for him.
My favorite character is obviously the main protagonist of the movie which is Spongebob. His voice is fascinating and hilarious to hear because not everyone in the world can do it.
The actors who were playing these characters were just great!!!!!!!!!!!!
I recommend this movie to everyone who want to laugh and have a smile!
Have fun watching this movie!

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water was the best animated movie of 2015. Its definitely better than the first Spongebob movie because this one has more action in it.

Firstly, I was surprised to see Spongebob and Plankton being allies. They both have one goal which is obviously to get the Secret Formula back after it vanished. At first I didn’t understand what the movie is actually about, but than it got clearer and clearer for me.

Secondly, the plot was easy to understand, but at the beginning it wasn’t so clear of what the movie is actually about. This movie was hilariously funny for children and adults. I don’t understand why the movie got such a low rating.

Thirdly, I didn’t watch the Spongebob TV series since a long time and also didn’t watch all the episodes. The movie and the TV series are at the same level of excellence because both are hilariously funny.

Finally, I can’t believe that Squidward was actually in a good mood at the end of the movie. He usually is in a bad mood. Spongebob had a surprise for him.

My favorite character is obviously the main protagonist of the movie which is Spongebob. His voice is fascinating and hilarious to hear because not everyone in the world can do it.

The actors who were playing these characters were just great!!!!!!!!!!!!

I recommend this movie to everyone who want to laugh and have a smile!

Have fun watching this movie!