Tag Archives: adventure

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – MOVIE REVIEW

Following the events from the previous movie, Aurora is now the Queen of the Moors. However, things start turning out for the worst when she is offered to marry Prince Phillip in which Maleficent travels to their castle to meet Aurora’s future in-laws and she lashes out which leaves yet again a bad reputation on her. On her journey, Maleficent discovers and join forces with outcasts of her own kind to finally defeat the Queen who wants her dead.

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Angel Has Fallen – MOVIE REVIEW

President Allan Trumbull was out of Washington and when a failed assassination attempt on the President goes sideways, his most loyal secret service agent, Mike Banning, is taken into custody and charged as the culprit of the assassination. He must now use all of his skills and inside knowledge to evade capture from the FBI and even the Secret Service to find the real threat towards the President.

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Good Boys (2019) – Movie Review

Three 12-year-old best friends experience the adult life of sex, drugs and being bad when Max gets invited to his first kissing party and asks his friends for help on how to kiss. As they all don’t know they decide to use Max’s father’s drone to spy on the girls next door to learn but when the girls catch them in the act it starts an unfortunate series of events to try and retrieve the drone before Max’s father returns home.

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Spiderman Returns August 29 (Well, sort of)

I think we can all agree that Spiderman: Far From Home was definitely one of our highlights this summer as Sony has said that Far From Home was one of their most grossing movie of all time beating James Bond: Skyfall in the process. In celebration of Labour day on August 29th as well as the successful release of Spiderman Sony has announced that it will re-release in cinemas featuring a brand new 4-minute action scene.

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Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) – Movie Review

It’s final, this has got to be one of my all-time favourite movies. Even though I have heard some refer to it as a “silly spin-off” which can be understandable depending on how you look at it but, in my opinion, I definitely think it’s worth the watch. With is seamless action-adventure theme throughout along with the banter between long-time rivals Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) gives it a relief from the serious action-packed storyline and has a more humorous feeling giving it the Dwayne Johnson style which ticks all the boxes instead of being another unrealistic action comedies which don’t make sense.

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