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XMen days of future past. The review

The future is rubbish. (Isn’t it always in sci-fi epics?)
Shape-shifting Transform…er…Sentinels have laid waste to the mutant world.
Making a Last Stand, (another one), Storm, Professor X, Magneto, Kitty Pryde, Frozonefrom The Incredibles (oh, apparently not), and a few other mutants playing Portal (for real) take on the mighty Destroyers from Thor (oh, apparently they aren’t, though they seem to be variations of them). 619 more words

WKTD's Funniest Search Terms

So fellow bloggers will know that when you peruse your stats there’s a section entitled ‘Search Engine Terms’, here you can see what people typed into Google (or Bing/Yahoo/Ask whatever you go in for) to get to your blog and me and Joe have had some amusing ones so we thought we would share them with you. 196 more words

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MOVIE REVIEW | Trance (2013)

“The memory is not destroyed, it is locked in a cage, and with enough force, enough violence, the lock can be broken. It comes back, the memory, not completely, not entirely, but enough to drive you, to make you feel you have been cheated, enough to make you angry. 581 more words

TRANCE (2013)

A film by Danny Boyle

Cast: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson, Vincent Cassel

This film does run an outstanding large twist. This Auctioneer Simon (James McAvoy) at the beginning of the film explain that before robber will get into an auction an steal the painting by intimidation and leaves with the painting. 348 more words

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James McAvoy Covers Nylon Guys Magazine's September 2014 Issue

James McAvoy is the latest to cover Nylon Guys Magazine‘s September 2014 issue that is out on newsstands now.

Here’s what the Scottish actor shared with the mag: 209 more words

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Five-star trailers: “Gone Girl” and “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby”

 

For this post, I highlight trailers for two upcoming films with two seemingly similar plot lines: the disappearance of a female character. The films’ central genres, however, are vastly different. 369 more words

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X-Men: Days of Future Past

Another X-Men film, fans cried. It’s just another reason to flash Wolverine around (quite literally actually). But then there’s the fact that Bryan Singer is back as the director which promised to be… promising. 489 more words

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