In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late.
The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.
"OOOOOOOOOO" Snap 10/10
Love and Peace,
A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house.
"OOOOOOO" 7/10 Snap
The Summer blockbuster is packed with hilarious moments, classic film references, and endless parties. Mac Radner (Seth Rogen) and his wife Kelly (Rose Bryne) are a young couple trying to raise their newborn when a fraternity moves in next door. The Delta Psi fraternity, lead by Teddy (Zac Efron) and his VP Pete (Dave Franco) are trying to find their place on "The Wall" by throwing the most memorable party. Annoyed with the noise, and building a personal vendetta against the fraternity, Mac and Kelly declare war on their neighbors, from smashing pipes, to shooting fireworks at cops.
The film has many new bright "ideas" creating an interesting viewing expierence. A notable moment of the film is it's De Niro Party, where members of the frat mimic famous De Niro characters. Although the film was jammed full of laughs, there is always a few parts that seemed either to forced, or just out of place. The film tries to have a comedic ending with an underlying message, but it is lost, as we see zac efron modeling before a clothing store. Regardless the film has moments that will be remembered, and is an enjoyable experience.
When a criminal mastermind uses a trio of orphan girls as pawns for a grand scheme, he finds their love is profoundly changing him for the better.
"OOOOOOOO" Snap 8/10
Just saw this work of art for the third time last night. It was just as magnifico as the last two times. Despicable Me covers several comedy corners. With wit, to slapstick, to awkward Steve Carell dialogue, it brings in several chuckles. And a staple to the continuous laughter, everybody's favourite, those little yellow minions. Writers Paul Cinco and Ken Daurio (The Lorax, Bubble Boy) seem to work well together, as proven by the screenplay they put together for Despicable Me. It's tough to make a picture that is pleasurable for all ages, and that's something they've managed to do with this movie. I hope the third Despicable Me doesn't ruin the brand for its predecessors, come its release in 2017. Regardless, I'm looking forward to sharing this gem with my children. Assuming I don't die before that happens, and can find a wife that'll stick around long enough to raise kids with me.
Love and Peace,
A man is chosen by his world's creator to undertake a momentous mission before an apocalyptic flood cleanses the world.
"OOOOOOO" Snap: 7/10
Noah had been on my "See in Theatres" list. Unfortunately I missed that boat and had to watch it at home. I was curious to see how a story derived from the world's best-seller would play out on the screen. I'm not all too familiar with the bible's inclusions, and figured a teaching or two might not be a bad thing. And what better way than to have "Hollywood" teach it to me!...........I'm only joking. But nonetheless, I did want to see the film.
The picture had a few things that made it's viewing a pleasure. From an actor's point of view, I found that Russel Crowe came to the lead like a gentlemen, allowing the viewers to ride along his coaster, feeling both his internal and external struggles as he did himself (Especially in the latter part of the film). I found that both Emma Watson and Jennifer Connely brought great emotion to their respective characters as well. The film was also host to many digital effects and contained lots of CGI. These moments were, for the most part, superb in both their placement and effectiveness. Overall, in it's drama, the film came together nicely. I would recommend that you give it a watch!
Love and Peace,
Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Ron Burgundy is San Diego's top rated newsman in the male-dominated broadcasting of the 70's, but that's all about to change for Ron and his cronies when an ambitious woman is hired as a new anchor.
"OOOOOOOO" Snap: 8/10
Been meaning to get around to watching this film before its sequel, and I was not disappointed. Although I'm not a fan of over-the-top comedic characters, Anchorman had a variety of characters to target any audience member. It was full of good old fashioned slapstick humor to keep the energy high and didn't overlook any detail, from spiked bats in the street rumble, to the Flute Solo. The film's crude sense of humor isn't for young audiences, but is mild enough to gain a rating of PG-13.
At the heart, Anchorman truly explores the story of Ron Burgundy as he falls from the top of the charts in San Diego. The story will have multiple moments seemingly out of place and leaving you in shock, for comedic effect. No one can forget the Quartet in Ron's office, "Afternoon Delight" For those who haven't seen the film or unsure if its worth a watch, "I don't know how to put this but [It's] kind of a big deal"
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