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10 Best Zombie Movies Ever

Since I love gore and head explosions, I thought I’d make a list of the best zombie movies ever to be produced. Since many people overlook the films in this list, you may be shocked. 10. Re-Animator (1985) – Directed...

Now You See Me 02

Expectation are as high as it will ever be. The Louis Leterrier redemption movie was exhilarating three years ago. The pressure is on. Can the directory of the Justin Bieber documentaries follow up to the expectations the Four...

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The Angry Birds Movie (2016)

 Video games today have now moved from home consoles, to phones. And one of the most popular games that people play on their phones is a little game called Angry Birds where one pulls cartoonish birds to attack pigs. So, someone...

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The Choice (2016)

The girl next door and the bad boy on the spot, fall in love and are swept on a dreamy journey of their own through the moon and the stars and the soppy details of a birthing romance that will only be the greatest story ever to...

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The Jungle Book (2016)

 In 1967, the Walt Disney Company released an adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book”, and while not exactly staying true to the source material, it’s still considered its own product. The movie is also...

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Ratchet & Clank (2016)

 Movies that are made about video games usually tend to under-perform for the studios; both critically and financially, these movies do not live to meet expectations. Usually, these video game adaptations are done in live...

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Hardcore Henry (2016)

 When it comes to action films, one usually thinks of big explosions and lots of violent content in the United States of America. But not from Russia, where one would believe that a violent action movie can take place. Enter...

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The Jungle book (2016)

Who would have assumed that stories said to have been written by Rudyard Kipling to his daughter in 1894 will entertain the generations to come? Over a century has passed and yet another adaptation of a story as old as time is...

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Deadpool

Director: Tim Miller Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Ed Skerin, Gina Carino, Stefan Kapicic, Brianna Hildebrand, Jed Rees Released: 12th February   The first superhero...

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Zootopia (2016)

 For the Walt Disney Company, making a movie featuring anthropomorphic characters is risky. The first attempt was 1973’s “Robin Hood”, and that turned out alright. Then came 2005’s “Chicken Little”, which turned out...

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Dumbo (1941)

 Walt Disney thrived on bringing memorable stories that would, in turn, become easily recognizable among the general public. By turning interesting ideas and concepts into a profit, Walt and his team of animators delivered some...

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Deadpool (2016)

 Superheroes take themselves very seriously, with dark tales of heroics being given to the audience to make them think about their actions. And then we have Deadpool, who basically gives the middle finger to every superhero out...

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A League of Their Own (1992)

 Not many people know this, but there was a time that women played baseball. During WWII, it was heavily debated that the sport of baseball was almost shut down due to the male players being drafted into the war. Luckily, it was...

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The Revenant

When Birdman and Babel director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu decided to bring his passion project, “The Renevant”, to the big screen, he knew it would be one of the biggest challenges that he, his actors, and film...

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Spotlight

Child abuse and molestation have always been considered especially heinous crimes. Pedophilia in our current society, is generally dubbed the unforgivable sin against humanity, and anyone (men primarily) who is even accused of...

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Star Wars The Force Awakens

Thirty-two years after that joyous celebration on Endor, supposedly bringing peace and prosperity to the galaxy with the death of Emperor Palpatine, and the destruction of the Deathstar, and as extra special icing on the cake,...

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The Jungle Book (1967)

 Walt Disney was a man who believed in creating enjoyable and entertaining experiences that everyone could enjoy. Sadly, when he died, a huge loss of creativity was taken from the world as literally everyone mourned his tragic...

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Frost/Nixon (2008)

 When discussing or talking about United States political history, everyone in the world probably knows who Richard M. Nixon was. He was the 37th U.S. President, and many people feel that, because of his actions toward the war...

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The Peanuts Movie

In 1950, United Feature Syndicate decided to gamble with an unknown Minneapolis born cartoonist named Charles Monroe Schulz, and his premiere comic strip “Li’l Folks.” They changed the name to...

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SPECTRE

If “Diamonds Are Forever”(the 7th film in the franchise), then James Bond has undeniably become a crown jewel; in the U.S., as well as Great Britain. For over half a century the British superspy has entertained...

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A Knight’s Tale (2001)

 Medieval times were a harsh period for people to live in, mainly due to the fact that trying to make a living was pretty much mandatory. But for those who sought out fortune, becoming a knight was undoubtedly the greatest thing...

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Crimson Peak

Directed by: Guillermo del Toro Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam Genre: Gothic romance, fantasy, drama, horror Released: 14th October 2015 A tale of secrets, love, and what these will...

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Bridge of Spies

Tensions during the infamous Cold War were always in the red in both the United States and the former Soviet Union. From the early “Baby Boom” 50’s to the early turbulent 60’s, apprehensions of atomic war...

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The Peanuts Movie

 Nearly 65 years ago, artist Charles M. Schulz created a comic strip called ‘Peanuts’ that has endured through many generations. Sadly, Schultz has passed to not see ‘Peanuts’ enter the new millennium,...

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Woodlawn

As with War Room, it’s a bit difficult to be completely objective with a Christian faith based film when you are a believer. Especially when the film just happens to be a true story of faith and not fiction. Woodlawn is a...

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“The Martian” Review

Out of this world – It’s hard to define what a true sci-fi flick looks like given what we have seen over the years. Tune into the SyFy channel on any given Friday night and you will find things that you never thought would make...

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War Room

War Room opened in theaters across America on 28 August 2015. As of this writing it is still in theaters and apparently, despite the usual detractors and numerous scathing reviews, the film is resonating with people across the...

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Giant (1956)

 Once in a while, there comes a movie that is just too good, and it makes you wonder at all the things went into making that particular film. And in fact, this is one of those films that does it so well, it is can truly stand...

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Movie Review – ‘Black Mass’

Crime starters – I love mob movies. Sure, it’s been awhile since we had a really good one to sink our teeth in, but that’s mostly because this has never been a genre you want to oversaturate. Instead you want to forget about...

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Black Mass

Peabody award winning film maker Joe Berlinger’s high profile documentary, “Whitey: United States of America vs. James J. Bulger”, kicks off with a frightening tale of extortion. South Bostoner,...

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The Visit

It has always been apparent that when M. Night Shyamalan reverts to his dark Sixth Sense/Signs roots, he makes really good movies. The type so engaging and frightening, they make your heart jump. His reputation had been so...

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The Transporter Refueled

Seems reboots are becoming as prolific as sequels in Tinsel Town. If not more. Some, like Terminator Genysis and Star Trek, have managed to over-lap their original predecessors with a radical timeline change. Others are simply...

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Mission Impossible Rogue Nation

If a certain majority of movie fans could get over their casual dislike for Tom Cruise, the Mission Impossible franchise would probably make considerably more at the box office. At various times when I have mentioned any of the...

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Jurassic World

” Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that’s how it always starts. Then later there’s running and um, screaming.” Jeff Goldblum’s steadfast mathematician, Dr. Ian Malcolm probably had some of the most iconic...

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Avengers Age of Ultron

“There’s only one pathway to peace. Their extinction.” Thus spake Ultron, presenting us with his ultimate solution to true tranquility upon our planet. He is the metallic menace who brings back all the fun and...

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Unfriended

Anyone who has been unfriended on any social network (yours’ truly is one) such as Facebook, knows it’s not a very pleasant feeling. Sometimes you really don’t know if the deed was deliberate, or maybe a glitch...

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)

 In the 1960s, the spy flick was a trope that was pretty common during this particular decade. Most notably, the James Bond film series, and look how popular that franchise is. However, on television, the spy genre lent itself...

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Movie Review – “Straight Outta Compton”

Boyz n the Hood – Many will see the word ‘boyz’ and think it’s just a clever way of saying boys. And while that’s mostly true, it probably would have never stuck around had it not been for the rap group N.W.A. and Eazy E’s debut...

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Pixels (2015)

 Video games have become almost the norm in popular culture. Everywhere one looks, chances are there is a video game being promoted. But the classic games of the past like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong will always be in gamer’s...

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Minions (2015)

 In 2010, a brand new animation studio emerged in a way to challenge the big dogs like Disney and Pixar. That was Illumination Entertainment, who stunned audiences with the animated film known as “Despicable Me”. The movie was a...

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Inside Out (2015)

 Pixar Animation Studios have always delivered excellent quality in terms of their movies. But recently, their films have not had the same high-quality of storytelling like the studio’s previous efforts. That all changes with...

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Jurassic World (2015)

 In 1993, the move “Jurassic Park” bases off the book my Michael Crichton of the same name, took the world by storm with its groundbreaking visual effects by emulating dinosaurs to the big screen, and sense of urgency. It became...

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SPY Movie Review

 After last summer’s Tammy, Melissa McCarthy needed to get her comedy mojo back. Luckily, she partnered up with her Bridesmaids & The Heat Director Paul Feig. I went into the movie hoping all the funny parts weren’t what I...

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Tomorrowland (2015)

 Disneyland is always a place where innovation can be creative. However, trying to make a movie out of an idea from the park and resort, has always been tricky. Sometimes it works (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the...

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Ex Machina (2015)

 We have come so far in our technology that we have almost created artificial intelligence. So much to the point where we have almost managed to make full conversations with these creations. But what happens when the...

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Unfriended (2015)

 We live in a world where technology pretty is now a part of our daily lives. Case in point, having the ability to communicate through our computers. But what happens when having a conversation with friends on the computer...

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Into the woods

Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Musical Director: Rob Marshall Cast: Anna Kendrick, Meryl Streep, James Corden, Emily Blunt, Daniel Huttlestone, Tracy Ulman,  Johnny Depp, Billy Magnussen, Mackenzie Mauzy, Lilla Crawford,...

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Chappie (2015)

 Artificial intelligence is something which is still up for debate in the real world. Yet, in the world of fiction, like the movies, this concept can be obtainable. This is proven to a bigger potential than with the recent movie...

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Paddington

 Once in a while, there comes a family film that does not rely on pop culture or toilet humor to sell itself. This is one of those movies. With “Paddington”, based the character of Paddington Bear by Michael Bond, is one of...

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Jupiter Ascending (2015)

 Ever since 1999 with the release of “The Matrix”, the Wachowskis have had failure after failure. Mostly, and probably, is because they have great ideas, but the execution is not what is truly perceived. Enter their recent film...

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The Imitation Game

Genre: Biography, Drama, Thriller Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kiera Knightley, Matthew Goode, Rory Kinnear, Mark Strong, Charles Dance Released: 14th November 2014   Norwegian Director Morten Tyldum explores the shining...

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