Month: August 2022

The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power Ep 1-2 Review: Stunning, Magical and Enchanting.

We would first like to thank Amazon Prime Video for giving us the opportunity to check out the first 2 episodes of ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power’. The most expensive series in history… what could we…

Movies Releasing In September 2022

Today we will be listing the biggest movies that will be releasing in theaters and streaming this September!   Pinocchio  | On Disney Plus September 8th    Directed By: Robert Zemeckis    Starring: Tom Hanks, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Luke Evans…

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Top 5 Movie Trailers of all time

5 – Suicide Squad (2016) With the all-time classic song, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ blasting in the background, it makes us question how such a good trailer could lead to such a disappointing movie. 4 – Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)…

Dan Lin, David Zaslav, and the DCEU: Can Warner Bros. Discovery Salvage the DCEU?

With a lot happening in Warner Bros. Discovery, from its planned HBO Max-Discovery+ merger to multiple projects including Batman: Caped Crusader being sold, the company has never been in such a more precarious time than now. In recent months, old company…

Samaritan Review: Stallone At One Of His Worst Perfomances.

You can say whatever you want, but Sylvester Stallone is certainly one of the actors who marked a generation, but anyone is perfect, right? Stallone brings us one of his worst performances in his career but which, luckily, is a…

‘Pantheon’ Review: A Naturalistic, Compelling Take On Defining Humanity

Thank you to AMC+ for providing early screeners for Pantheon and making this review possible. Pantheon premieres on September 1 on AMC+. Since the beginnings of the early society, there has always been that philosophical question about what makes someone really human….

Three Thousand Years Of Longing Review: Magical And Entertaining.

George Miller’s newest movie based on a 1994 novel “The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye” by A. S. Byatt, follows an elder woman obsessed with stories and myths that finds a bottle with a genie inside, and now she needs…

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Breaking Review: John Boyega Gives a Stellar Performance in Modern Day Dog Day Afternoon

After having his character thrown to the side and become a complete afterthought in the sequel Star Wars trilogy, it’s nice to see John Boyega step into the independent film scene with stellar roles in one of Steve McQueen’s Small…

House Of The Dragon Ep 1 Review

After a few years of not having content of our favorite fantasy world on sundays at HBO, we are back with a perfect first episode (even better than the GoT pilot) We are 200 (aprox) years before Daenerys Targaryen story….