Category Movies

Outside the Wire

In the future, a drone pilot is deployed to a murderous militarized zone where he will work for an android officer tasked with preventing a nuclear attack...

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Breach

Soon to be a father, a young mechanic working on a space shuttle destined to find a new Earth finds himself outwitting a malicious cosmic force that intends to use the shuttle as a weapon...

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Deadpool 3

Guest of the American show Live With Kelly and Ryan last week, Ryan Reynolds has confirmed that the sequel to Deadpool is moving forward. “Yeah, we’re working on it right now with the whole team. We’re in Marvel Studios now, which is like changing divisions. It’s pretty crazy. So yeah, we’re working on it...

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Uncle Frank

In 1973 Beth, still a teenager, left her native countryside to study at New York University where her uncle Frank, a renowned literature professor, taught. She quickly discovers that he is homosexual and that he has shared his long life with his partner Wally; a relationship he has always kept a secret. But the day Mac, the cranky patriarch of the family, suddenly passes away, Frank is forced to return to his family, along with Beth and Wally, to attend the funeral...

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Promising Young Woman

Everyone agreed that Cassie was a young woman with a future … until something unexpected happened to change everything. But nothing in Cassie’s life actually matches up with appearances: she’s as smart as she is cunning, glamorous as calculator, and leads a double life after dark...

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I’m Your Woman

I’m Your Woman is not for everyone. If it was for everyone the producers would have found another comic book character and we would have another steaming empty piece to watch for two hours. It’s a slow burning story. I like this because I want to be interested in the characters before knowing (or having to determine) their fate. I want to see Jean’s transformation especially since she’s just Eddie’s wife for the first part of the story. She starts aimlessly as a pretty face that he didn’t marry for her cooking. Either way the plot moves pretty fast and we’re presented with a detective film that is no different from most crime films. Except for the transformation of John and humanity. The kindness of strangers along the way. The touch of a stranger in a laundromat all good people. There are a few events in the film that cannot be overlooked. Perhaps these events will cause some viewers to find one or two of the heroes beyond repair. (I remain vague to avoid spoilers). But at least it gives you something to think about when you watch it. I also like Aretha’s two songs Natural Woman and The Weight. If you like independent movies I think you will like this one...

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The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

The bodyguard, Michael Bryce, is hired by Darius and Sonia Kincaid to join them to help them on a mission along the Amalfi Coast...

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Disturbing The Peace

A long time since I had seen such a bad movie, not even worthy of a cheap TV movie. Laughing scenario and action scenes, actors playing in tune. What is Guy Pearce doing in this unspeakable galley? And I pass on the very low moral of the hat with the hero who executes the villain at the end, while the latter is disarmed and at his mercy...

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Friendsgiving

Abby is looking forward to spending a quiet Thanksgiving evening over a delicious turkey with her best friend, Molly...

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Love and Monsters

Seven years after a disaster brought humanity down from the top of the food chain and reduced to a snack for a revengeful mutant fauna, Joel is one of the lucky lucky ones who can still survive in an underground base. Finally happy … Joel is not so sentimentally speaking in front of the display in love with his companions, all as a couple, while he dreams of finding his beloved (named Aimee) locked in another bunker miles away. the. One day, on a whim, Joel decides to go join her against the advice of his comrades who strongly doubt his ability to survive alone … A young hero withdrawn into himself, clumsy and who writes rules ( in the form of drawings here) to escape the dangers of a post-apocalyptic world … No, no, it is not the character of Jesse Eisenberg in “Zombieland” but the one played today by Dylan O ‘Brien in “Love and Monsters”, it must be said that the confusion is easy as the film by Michael Matthews borrows many ingredients from the recipe for the zombie-comic saga of Ruben Fleischer. Beyond his hero, we find in fact the same tone of quirky post-apo survival, focusing as much on the absurdity of certain perilous situations as on the sluggish side of Joel in the face of survivor models always ready to room him. , the building of a surrogate family around Joel along the way and even a few supporting roles that make it up also furiously recall the spirit of “Zombieland” (Michael Rooker is really reminiscent of a light version of Woody Harrelson not to mention his little sidekick). In short, “Love and Monsters” follows in the footsteps of its famous model and, basically, we must admit that it fulfills this task effectively thanks to certain strengths. The formula of the film is not original enough to ensure its only identity, no big deal, “Love and Monsters” can at least create an illusion thanks to the richness of its very successful bestiary and extending to the entire animal order where “Zombieland” is rightly limited by his. The humor clearly does not have the same punch as in Ruben Fleischer’s film (despite some pretty smiles, it must be admitted), no big deal either, “Love and Monsters” will use it especially for the purpose of ” accentuate our emotional attachment to the relationships between his characters (the one between Joel and Boy is just irresistible) and the initiatory journey of his hero by increasing the number of more or less happy encounters to finally get his head out of his introvert hole for too long withdrawn into his memories. So, of course, all this does not completely hide the fact that “Love & Monsters” is a feature film which borrows much more than it creates, but, as it stands, it does so with sufficient discernment to offer a lot. result of pieces of bravery combining spectacle and emotion around monsters sometimes more human than their opponents. Thus, the term “boredom” quickly disappears from our vocabulary for the duration of this pleasant entertainment and, even beyond that, we find ourselves wanting to find this universe and its characters later in a potential sequel...

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