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  • Man of Steel (2013) - Movie Review


    I am a big superman fan and luckily got a chance to see its early screening and believe me it was a brilliant movie. I had very high expectations from the movie and this film has completely exceeded my expectation.

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  • Scarlett Johansson's Movies

    Scarlett Ingrid Johansson born 22 November 1984, Ny City, New York, United States is one of Most sexiest Hollywood actresses. She has started her professional career at the age of eight:

    List of Movies 

    1. Lost in Translation
    2. The Avengers
    3. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    4. Lucy
    5. The Prestige
    6. Iron Man 2
    7. The Island
    8. We Bought a Zoo
    9. Don Jon
    10. Under the Skin
    11. Vicky Cristina Barcelona
    12. Girl with a Pearl Earring
    13. The Other Boleyn Girl
    14. Match Point
    15. Her
    16. The Black Dahlia
    17. Ghost World
    18. The Nanny Diaries
    19. Scoop
    20. He's Just Not That Into You
    21. Hitchcock
    22. The Avengers: Age of Ultron
    23. The Man Who Wasn't There
    24. The Perfect Score
    25. The Horse Whisperer
    26. Captain America: Civil War
    27. A Love Song for Bobby Long
    28. In Good Company
    29. Eight Legged Freaks
    30. A Good Woman
    31. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
    32. Ghost in the Shell
    33. Just Cause
    34. The Spirit
    35. Home Alone
    36. If Lucy Fellv
    37. An American Rhapsody
    38. North
    39. Manny & Lo
    40. My Brother the Pig
    41. Fall
    42. The Jungle Book
    43. Hail, Caesar
    44. Chef

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  • Hell or High Water (2016) - Movie Review


    With Taylor Sheridan as the writer and David MacKenzie at the helm, I had high hopes for this movie. Both of their last respective projects (Sheridan - Sicario, MacKenzie - Starred Up) were gritty, violent, and engaging. All of those hold true for Hell or High Water.

    The main characters, Chris Pine and Ben Foster turn in great performances. Ben Foster plays the ex-con brother. And as usual, he turns in what I think was the best performance of the movie. He has a knack for playing a top notch supporting role, and often times gets overlooked. Chris Pine also nails it as the more straight laced brother. For a pretty boy of Hollywood, his portrayal is authentic. Jeff Bridges also compliments these two well as the older, sort of jaded officer. Both him and Foster even provide a good amount of laughs, but neither overdo it.

    The setting of the movie really sets it above others in the genre. I would say this movie is more crime/drama or heist film than Western, but it definitely has a Western vibe due to its northwest Texas setting. The area has been hit hard by the recession, a failing farm industry, and big oil. It all makes the recklessness and danger Foster and Pine engage in that much more enjoyable, and even sort of relatable. The audience can at least sympathize with them as they do what they think is right. 

    Overall, this film is well worth a watch. It can be put in a league with more recent films like The Town, Drive, and The Place Beyond the Pines.

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  • Arrival (2016) movie review


    Louise Banks (Amy Adams) is a linguist who teaches at a College. One day, twelve giant spacecrafts appear in random locations across the world overnight. Louise's skills make her a requirement for the U.S forces, who recruit her - and mathematician Ian Donnelly (Jeremy Renner) - to attempt to decode and translate the language that the creatures inside the spacecrafts

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  • xXx: Return Of Xander Cage - Movie Review



    Bad Story Line. If you are fan of Vin want only stunts then go to this movie. If you are Deepika Padukone fan watch it, but you can't bare her English accent. Surprising element Neyamar Jr. cameo role. Ruby Rose, Nina Dobrev are amazing. Nothing new in the story, its outdated one, meaningless.

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