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Films beginning with the letter A

American Psycho

I watched the film, having read Bret Easton Ellis’ book first, and a part of me was relieved that the director had opted to remove a certain scene involving rats from the film. 240 more words


Recently: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2”

As most film franchises don’t end, or seem to be ended for long, you seldom get the opportunity to have one end the way you expect and deserve. 1,761 more words


Recently: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I”

As a film series continues the feeling of being tired from the same thing can sometimes pop up. The reason or reasons, may be varied, but with a long running franchise, it’s almost unavoidable. 1,574 more words


Steven (He Who is Critical of TV & Film) reblogged this on Past, Present, Future in TV and Film and commented:

IMG_0047The rewatch. Always an interesting experience, especially before the final film in the series. If you’re lucky, you’ll still really enjoy the film and be excited for the next one. If not, well, then, there’s no helping you. The Lionsgate film “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1”, is still the perfect bridge between the second and final films in a franchise. I wrote about this film last year, after seeing it in theaters, and wasn’t sure how to approach it for this rewatch session, in preparation for the final film. So, reblog it is! I reread what I wrote last year, and I still pretty much agree with everything I said. The film is an incredibly deep character driven film, more than the others, and gives us a great view in the way things work in District 13 and how politics works in this district too, among other things I stated at the time. So, enjoy this short blurb and check out the original post for my full thoughts!  

On Second Thought: “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Sequels surprise us every once in a while. They get a bad rap (mostly deserved) but sometimes to the detriment of other sequels in any given series. 1,442 more words


A Monster Calls Teaser Trailer Review

Yesterday A Monster Calls Teaser Trailer released yesterday  :)

Watch it below!

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness, Shioban Dowd, and Jim Kay

Publisher- Walker Books… 205 more words


On Second Thought: “The Hunger Games”

When a film series ends, or gets another added to the existing ones, the most logical thing to do, it seems, is rewatch all the films again. 1,958 more words


The Addictive To-Read List

A couple of months ago I wrote an open letter to  author Louise O’Neill, complaining that I did not have time to read her latest book… 330 more words