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Tom Brady Gushes Over Son Jack With Ex Bridget Moynahan

This is too cute! Even though Tom Brady and Bridget Moynahan are no longer together, the two can still share exciting moments in their son Jack’s life. 324 more words

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"John Wick" (2014)

Overall Grade: (9.0/10)

This wasn’t a ground-breaking film by any means but for its place in the genre, it delivered all you could ask for as Keanu Reeves shows he’s highly capable in the lead role resulting in a fun night filled night at the movies with gunfire, Russian mobsters, tailored suits and most importantly, violent revenge.  1,016 more words


Lord Of War (2005)

Director – Andrew Niccol

Starring – Nicolas Cage, Ethan Hawke, Bridget Moynahan, Jared Leto, Ian Holm,


Cage is the gunrunner, Hawke is the Interpol agent, Moynahan is Cage’s dream woman who becomes his wife, Leto is Cage’s younger brother and Holm is a rival weapons dealer. 16 more words

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ICFF 2015: Midnight Sun (2014) ★★★★

Friendship between human beings always has its ups and downs. But, when that friendship is between a human being and a wild animal, such as a polar bear, it always has only ups which prove to be emotional, in a very incredible and touching way. 366 more words

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John Wick Review

John Wick, an ex-hitman, is feared and respected wherever he is known. His wife who recently passed left him a dog to help with mourning. When some Russians kill his dog and steal his car he will do everything in his power to punish them. 201 more words

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John Wick (2014) review

Hailed as Keanu Reeves’ come back after several misses, ‘John Wick’ is the tale of a retired hit man who’s wife has recently passed away. Wick returns to his previous life when the son of a gangster takes everything he has left from him. 327 more words


Movie review: John Wick is 'well executed'

John Wick   ★   dir. Chad Stahelski

An assassin goes on an entertaining one-man rampage of revenge in this bloody, brutal and bullet-ridden action thriller. 622 more words

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