Kingsman: The Golden Circle
This movie was a continuation of the previous Kingsman Movie with Taron Egerton as Eggsy/Agent Galahad continuing to save world together with the Statesman after a big tragedy in London.
The movie was exceptionally well done and still has that same rawness and camera stills during action scenes like the previous movie. Storytelling and conflicts between each character were made well. Although the main villain(ess) was not fleshed out fully, the twist kinda gives an impact at the end.
All in all, it was a great movie and highly recommended!
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Mother! left me wondering wtf did I just watch, in a very disturbed but rather intrigued way. This film seemed to play out quite intensely & dramatictly for me, which did keep me gripped to my seat for most of the movie.
The story may seem extremely simple but it progresses in a dark, chaotic,overly hysterical, incredulous & ridiculous way. However once I understood the actual concept of this film, It left me to realise what is the True to Life horror this movie is trying to show, excecuting it in a much easier and hopefully much cheaper way to do so. The way MOTHER! Played out was seemingly the same way an Intense Mystery Novel was written, with the help of the very convincing and great acting, dialogue, film settings, sound effects and CGI used for the very defining moments of Mother !. I think the cast did a very Fantastic job bringing out the characters and giving an awesome performance, especially Jennifer Lawrence whom this is the first time I'm seeing her playing a role which is far different from her other movies which I have seen her in and she definitly nailed it!
Overall I find Mother ! A Simple, yet truly mysterious, intense, Dramatic, mostly unpleasant, twisted, interesting & of course horrorfying film bearing possibly the most sad, chaotic & violent conclusion it can have, put together with some subtle creative elements to it. I would definitly not recommend this film to those who wanna just watch something fun to end off a Friday Night or the weekend because I actually saw people walking out of the theatre before it even hit the ending, probably either unable to stomache what was happening in the movie or they have seen it before and just want to watch they're favoutrite parts of the movie in the Cinema again. I would think that only a certain group of people would enjoy and Appreciate Mother! I would say that I am in that certain group as I am glad to catch a film like this on the big screen ! 😨😱 #mother#mother ! #Mother !reviews #moviereviews#movies2017#motherreviews#motherneverscaredmeevenmore#shaunlepakatthemovies
Movies 2017 - 255. Icarus (2017; directed by Bryan Fogel) 🌮🌮🌮🌮 (4 tacos)
While investigating how athletes were able to get away with doping for so long, a documentary filmmaker uncovers a far-reaching Russian cover-up. The less you know about Icarus going into it, the better. It starts off telling one story, which, honestly, is pretty shocking in itself, before going deeper into something else completely. The film is really well put together and has a feel of an international thriller more than a documentary. Perhaps this is because there are genuine stakes here. Real stakes and not the fate of fictional characters. With things that are currently happening in the world and all of the current issues with Russia, this film furthers the distrust, showing how from top to bottom there was a vast conspiracy to allow chemically enhanced athletes the opportunity to achieve great success. This nailbiter of a documentary is currently streaming on Netflix.
Movies 2017 - 254. Hairspray (2007; written by Leslie Dixon; directed by Adam Shankman) 🌮🌮🌮🌮 (4 tacos)
A chubby teenager gets selected to dance on a Baltimore television show and works to bring an end to the program's segregated policies. This is such a fun movie. While it may never really be remembered as an absolute classic, it is more than entertaining enough to be one to watch multiple times. The film, based off of a Broadway musical that is based off of another film, contains incredibly catchy music and a solid story. The performances here are charming across the board, with even the villainous characters keeping the energy going. This film adaptation helps prove that, when done well, modern day screen musicals can be thoroughly engaging.
Heard about this movie couple of months ago. The collaboration between Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence was thrilling when I heard it and boy they delivered.
The movie was very intimidating and gave me chills and uncomfortableness throughout the entire time. It's a slow burner but at the end, it gives you satisfaction.
It's a must see!
What do you think? Did you guys checked this out? Let me know in the comments down below?
Movie: It Comes At Night (2017)
Director/Screenplay: Trey Edward Shults
Cinematography: Drew Daniels
I love the different aspects and elements of the movie separately but altogether it doesn't hold up. I also love how divisive this movie is which will lead to great (and long) conversations. So let me know how you feel about It Comes At Night. 👽✌
Movies 2017 - 253. mother! (2017; written and directed by Darren Aronofsky) 🌮🌮🌮 (3 tacos... maybe...) A couple's relationship is put to the test when uninvited house guests arrive at their home. Oh man. Where do I begin with this one? I love Darren Aronofsky. Very few filmmakers leave me pondering their works after viewing them the way Aronofsky does. Upon finishing this film, I needed to sit through the credits to let myself collect my thoughts. Here I am, a day later, and I am still making sense of this film. That isn't to say I didn't like it or didn't understand it. It's just that this film is really up to many interpretations. I have read so many pieces of writing from other people that have helped me think this one through a bit. In general terms, I would have a hard time recommending this to the general public. Honestly. I think its F rating on CinemaScore is a pretty good indicator of how General audiences feel about it. But for those who like movies with depth that may cause them to think for awhile after the movie wraps up, this is perfect. The film is beautifully shot with a technique I don't know that I have ever seen before: everything is very much shot from Jennifer Lawrence's perspective. It's all in tight close up or first person. Everything that happens, we get to feel it from her point of view. This is central to the film and I think helps deliver this film's message, whatever that may be. The performances are all top notch, but add to the riddle of it all. This film is really something special, though maybe a bit heavy-handed and self-serious. I know that I plan to give this film another go. I want to let it was over me again and really absorb what happens. For me, the first two acts work really well as a strong, Christian allegory. It does feel like it shows that sometimes, religious can be harmful to others if wielded more as a weapon instead of a resource for love and hope. (REMAINDER IN COMMENTS!!!) #movies#movie#podernfamily#film#cinema#moviereview#movies2017
Tulip Fever is a wonderful story of love, art, suspense, and well flowers. Starting a stacked line up of Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, Christoph Waltz, Zack Galifianakis, and Judi Dench. The story follows a married couple, Sophia and Cornelius, who are struggling to have a child in 17th century Amsterdam. Cornelius has the idea to have their portraits painted. Enter Jan the young talented artist. A few sessions into the paintings they start to develop an attachment and begin plotting their escape together. While doing so Jan enters the Tulip trade market to try and make his fortune for his love. Over all this movie was stressful and well crafted in my opinion. Solid writing and great acting. Do Sophia and Jan make their escape? Well I recommend you go out and see it to find out. #tulipfever#suspensethriller#film#filmreviews#movielife#movies2017
The Void 🎥 👻
روعه هذا الموفي 😍👍🏻💜
تدور أحداث الفيلم حول حشد ضخم من مخلوقات طفيلية غريبة يهدد مستشفى معزول، ويكون على ضابط وحيد التعاون مع مجموعة من طاقم عمل المستشفى ليتمكنوا من تحصين أنفسهم ضد هذه المخلوقات داخل جدران المستشفى، وبينما يتحضرون للقتال والدفاع عن حياتهم يكتشفون أن الخطر الحقيقي أمسى بالفعل داخل المشفى.
Movies 2017 - 252. Phantom of the Paradise (1974; written and directed by Brian DePalma; words and music by Paul Williams) 🌮🌮🌮 (3 tacos)
A songwriter sells his soul so the woman he loves will sing his music, but his songs are stolen by a greedy record tycoon. Don't let the taco rating fool you. I really love this movie. It is a fun, flamboyant reimagining of The Phantom of the Opera, Faust, and The Picture of Dorian Gray. What's exciting about it is that it really goes for broke and pulls no punches, especially for it being PG. Sure, PG movies were a little different back in the day. I think the character design alone of the Phantom might garner this a PG-13 nowadays. As I said, I love this movie, but I know it is a little bizarre and has some pacing issues and inconsistencies. But as a piece of 70s musical excess and extravagantism, I will always have a special place in my heart for this one.
Movie name: Everything Everything (2017)
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Stella Meghie
Writers: J.Mills Goodloe / Nicola Yoon .
Starring: Amandla Stenberg / Nick Robinson / Anika Noni Rose .
Story : A teenager who's pent her whole life confined to her home falls for the boy next door 🚪 .
IMDB ★: 6.4/10
Rotten tomatoes rating ★: 44% .
Based on novel by Nicola Yoon .. the story was beautiful, i love it 😍 .
Movies4u rating: 7/10⭐️
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