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X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014, New Movie Review

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In the last year, I’ve made ​​a habit for myself that when I watch a movie I’m already thinking about what to write after is finished. In X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014 I didn’t had time to do it because I was too focused on the movie that I couldn’t think of anything else – something that few movies succeed to do it. Many people say this is the best movie from X-Men series, and I have no reason to argue this (not that I want to).   Even if Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is […]

Penny Dreadful 2014, new TV Series review

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I’ve said it on other occasions too, no matter how shallow it sounds, to me it matters a lot what actors are playing into a particular movie or TV Show when I choose to watch it. If I don’t like the actors it is possible to avoid that movie/series for a long period of time, unless I recieve some recommendations from acquaintances. That is when I went on a subtitles website and saw Eva Green on the Penny Dreadful TV Series’ poster and I imediatly went to watch it without read any further details or watch […]

Police Story 2013, Review and Synopsis

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I have not seen for a long time a movie with Jackie Chan, the latter being the Karate Kid, where he teaches Will Smith’s kid karate, so Police Story 2013 (there are some versions from the 80’s – 90’s) seemed to be a good opportunity to see him again. Well, I was wrong! It was not a good opportunity because it’s a poor movie and it was better to pick something older to see Jackie again. However, I chose a new movie to see him in the present day, how’s he doing now that […]

Endless Love 2014: New Movie Review and Synopsis

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Endless Love 2014 is the most sugarly movie I saw this year. So sugarly that after I’ve watched I looked in the fridge for a lemon to pass me the feeling of sweetness. If I see 2-3 new movies (or old) so sugarly (yeah, I like this word :D), I’ll probably get diabetes. For many girls it’s probably a great film, touching them to the full and causing to dream (again) at a Prince Charming, but I thought it was sickening, with texts to impress schoolgirls without ID. Exaggerated many clichés, nothing original, lame situations like; […]

My Life Without Me 2003, movie review

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I don’t know how I found out about the movie My Life Without Me, but the fact is that his premise immediately intrigued me and I decided to give him a chance. It was not what I expected, but it was interesting. A 23-years-old girl who lives with her ​​husband and her two daughters in a trailer from the yard of her mother, receives the terrible news that she has a tumor and will live only two to three months. Upon hearing such news, most people would do anything to find a solution to […]

Vikings, TV Series, season two review

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Before the season two of the Vikings TV Series I’ve complained that I read some information about the true Ragnar Lodbrok (in the show he’s called Lothbrok) and learned some things that I thought would spoil watching the show, but this never happened after all. Unlike Arrow, I enjoyed more the second season of Vikings than the first, which is a great thing. It’s a fantastic TV show with wonderful scenery and a great soundtrack. It’s pitty that it’s so short, only 19 episodes in two seasons, but perhaps this contributes to the sensational quality […]

Better Living Through Chemistry 2014, Review & Synopsis

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Better Living Through the Chemistry is a new movie from 2014 which failed to send me nothing but boredom and sleepiness. Maybe I am superficial, but when I choose to watch a movie first I look at the main actors and if I see someone I like then I look at the movie too and in this case I found two actresses who I like: Michelle Monaghan and, especially, Olivia Wilde. I don’t have anything to blame them (neither on Sam Rockwell), but the movie itself was very poor. This movie has been classified in comedy / drama categories, […]

Deliver Us From Evil 2014: Official Trailer and Synopsis

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Screen Gems released a few days ago a second trailer for the new movie thriller / supernatural directed by Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose), „Deliver Us from Evil 2014”. Eric Bana plays a New York detective named Ralph Sarchie who teams up with an unconventional priest (Edgar Ramirez) to investigate a series of unexplained and disturbing murders. This trailer shows more details about how Sarchie’s investigation affects his family and how demonic spirits seem to spread like an epidemic.   Initially, the film was supposed to be called „Beware the Night”, as […]

Arrow, TV Series, season two review

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After the first half of season two of the TV series Arrow I’ve said that I still like it and it’s still my favorite show, but now that this season has ended I would like to take back the second claim. Overall, after two seasons, yet I can say that is a very good TV show, but I can’t say anymore that it’s my favorite because the second season was not up to the first (I didn’t expect to do it neither). I don’t like that Oliver has repressed his killer instinct and tries to […]

The Last Samurai 2003, movie review

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At the insistence of a „friendly ghost” I took a break from the new movies and I decided to watch an older movie, „The Last Samurai”, starring Tom Cruise in the lead role and the only regret is that I’ve waited so long to watch it. The recommendation was made to me several months ago, but I kept putting it off because it takes a bit too much to watch and it’s pretty old so I have some hard times to see such movies. The Last Samurai is the kind of movie that you […]