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Money Monster review

Jodie Foster’s financial hostage drama is an interesting proposition. Like many great films, it has a killer hook. What if a man took a television presenter hostage live on air? 269 more words


MONEY MONSTER (2016): The Thing I Liked…

Money Monster is not on my list of favourite thrillers because even though the cast is stellar, the story and its execution proved not completely worthy of their efforts. 188 more words


The Get Down (TV Show Review)


Yet again, Netflix gets it right, this time, though there are no Demagorgons or blind superheroes, going back to the Bronx in the late 70s we see music, gangs, and records. 330 more words

Finances and Hostages - Money Monster (2016)

Right up my alley.  Everybody has to participate in the stock market in one way or the other, it is the nature of life nowadays.  Money Monster is about a man with a gun and a bomb who lost big (Jack O’Connell).   435 more words


Movie Review: Money Monster (2016)

Money Monster (2016)

Starring- George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell, Dominic West, Caitriona Balfe, Giancarlo Esposito, Christopher Denham

Director- Jodie Foster

R- language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence… 962 more words

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"Money Monster" | Movie Review

Grade (B-)

Enough suspense to make it worth the time but not enough substance to make it very memorable.

“MONEY MONSTER” stars George Clooney as the host of a financial television show that finds his life in danger when a young investor played by Jack O’Connell, who has lost everything, breaks into the studio during a live show with a bomb vest holding everyone inside hostage. 493 more words


The Jungle Book

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The Jungle Book


Jon Favreau


  • Neel Sethi as Mowgli
  • Ben Kingsley as Bagheera
  • Bill Murray as Baloo
  • Idris Elba as Shere Khan…
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