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Star Trek Beyond

‘Star Trek’ is one of those things that you either get or you don’t. Over the last 50 years it has created such a cult following of trekkies. 1,117 more words

Hector and the Search for Happiness - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


An emotionally stunted psychologist realizes one day that he is incapable of helping his patients, so he pursues what it means to be happy in order to be more than just someone listening to their problems. 1,208 more words


friday movie quote

“Tonight, we will be partaking of a liquid repast, as we wend our way up the Golden Mile, commencing with an inaugural tankard in The First Post, then on to The Old Familiar, The Famous Cock, The Cross Hands, The Good Companions, The Trusty Servant, The Two-Headed Dog, The Mermaid, The Beehive, The King’s Head, and The Hole in the Wall for a measure of the same. 47 more words


Shaun of the Dead, (2004)

On the tenth day of Halloween, Simon Pegg gave to me: Shaun of the Dead (Edgar Wright, 2004)

Switching gears, today’s review starts my next series of write-ups: horror comedies! 697 more words

31 Days Of Halloween

Star Trek Beyond

I was thinking…

…it is often said a story is only as good as its villain. The American Film Institute lists Hannibal Lector and Darth Vader as two of the top three best film villains of all time and with little wonder. 1,106 more words


Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

Ambition-free retail manager Shaun thinks that being dumped by his girlfriend is the end of the world, until next morning when he wakes up to find that the dead are walking the Earth. 161 more words


20 Years of Mission Impossible!

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So last weekend, I decided to watch Mission Impossible : Rogue Nation again, because I was having a lazy Sunday! A wonderful film, but it got me thinking, which is the best one out of the entire franchise? 805 more words