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Lucy (2014)

Lucy (2014)


Luc Besson


Scarlett Johansson

Morgan Freeman

Min-Sik Choi


A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic. 298 more words

Movie Reviews

A Terrible Story and a Heartless Genius: Reviewing the Movie Lucy

The movie Lucy had so much potential. There was the sci-fi backbone of Lucy being given immense powers and seeing what she does with them. There was the philisophical questions of what is the purpose of humanity, and what should we do when there are no boundaries left. 583 more words

Andrew Martin

MOVIE EVIEW | Glory (1989)

“And what are you? So full of hate you want to go out and fight everybody! Because you’ve been whipped and chased by hounds. Well that might not be living, but it sure as hell ain’t dying.” 641 more words

Meathead March - The Magic of Belle Island (2012) - Tranquil Dreams

For today’s first review of The Magic of Belle Isle (2012), here’s a review by Kim of Tranquil Dreams

Thanks Kim!

The Magic of Belle Isle (2012) 551 more words

Meathead March

Kim @ Tranquil Dreams reblogged this and commented:

Check out my second (and last) post to the Meathead March blogathon over at MovieRob's. If you haven't heard of it before, its a blogathon dedicated to Rob Reiner's movies. This time around, I reviewed a much newer movie that I've never heard of until I did this blogathon called The Magic of Belle Isle with the ever so talented Morgan Freeman who finds himself again as a lost writer. While you're there, remember to take a look at the awesome posts for the other movies for the this blogathon. Rob Reiner has directed some really impressive movies. Happy Thursday! :)

Everything is Awesome! (or will be in 2018)

In 2014, Warner Bros released the Lego Movie, a feel-good animation that did not pick up an Oscar nomination, much to the world’s disappointment. It grossed over 69 million dollars on it’s opening weekend alone, extending to near 258 million there after. 132 more words

Film And TV

Film Review: 'Last Knights'

About 20 minutes or so into the bizarre European/Asian/Middle Eastern fusion cuisine that is “Last Knights,” Morgan Freeman delivers a speech as only Morgan Freeman can — the sort of blazingly eloquent, morally fiery declaration of principles that usually precedes a character’s righteous victory or his agonizing defeat. 820 more words