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Jennifer Lawrence And Jon Oliver Share Secrets And Battle Boogers During 'True Confessions'

Jennifer Lawrence is usually a great guest on most of the late night talk circuit. Even if her whole crazy thing is an act, it’s a pretty good one and she goes all in for it. 174 more words



Seong, Si-Hyun Film Critic – Jennifer Lawrence, the female crusader from the famed franchise “The Hunger Games” is back, but this time instead of fighting a blood-thirsty, authoritarian political system, she crusades against a corrupt business partner, indifferent adversaries in commerce, and a family that ceaselessly undermines and underestimates her. 816 more words


X-Men Apocalypse Review!

Those superhero movies just keep coming and we haven’t reached the middle of the year yet! Oh well. I won’t be talking SPOILERS here so you can enjoy reading without the fuss. 562 more words


X-Men: Apocalypse

Director: Bryan Singer
Starring: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender & Jennifer Lawrence
Synopsis: With the mergence of the worlds first mutant, Apocalypse, the X-Men unite to defeat his extinction level plan. 985 more words

Film Review

X-Men: Apocalypse Review (Mild Spoilers)

“Everything they’ve built will fall! And from the ashes of their world, we’ll build a better one!”

Following up Days of Future Past was never going to be an easy job but if anyone was going to do it right then you’d think it’d be Bryan Singer (director of  968 more words


Jennifer Lawrence Movies: Actress Returns For Next X-Men Movie If Fassbender And McAvoy Joins

Jennifer Lawrence was asked if she would return in the next X-Men movie, check out her answer.

Jennifer Lawrence, who plays Mystique, was asked if she would return for another X-Men movie. 20 more words

Written Work

Movie Review: X-Men Apocalypse

Star rating: **

I have to say there is something about the X-Men franchise that i just can’t seem to get along with. It always seems like the films are convoluted and they are so busy trying to cater for every single age group in the audience that the characters are not ever well rounded enough. 387 more words