Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2 “Stormborn” Review: Let’s talk about that sex scene

Spoilers Ahead on Game Of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2 

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Dunkirk Movie Review: Christopher Nolan’s WWII Epic is a Must Watch Film

Dunkirk movie review continues below.

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Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1 “Dragonstone” Review

Spoilers Ahead on Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere 

“Shall we begin?” Game of Thrones Season 7 Premiere entitled “Dragonstone” is immensely satisfying. After an extra long hiatus, it’s just a treat to get back into the Game of Thrones universe. The producers have promised a faster pace. One down and only 6 more to go this season. Even though there wasn’t a tonne of action in this premiere, the measured pace felt perfect for what it was trying to achieve. Okay, maybe for some viewers the pot montage is a bit much, I found it amusing.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review – “Marvel’s biggest superhero comes home”

Spider-Man: Homecoming movie review. Minor spoilers below.

As mentioned in previous reviews, I was cautiously optimistic about Wonder Woman and Logan heading into 2017. On the contrary, I was pretty sure that in the hands of Marvel Studios, Spider-Man: Homecoming would turn out to be at the least a good superhero flick.

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War for the Planet of the Apes: Watch the Thrilling Final Trailer

“No mercy, no peace. This is war.”

War for the Planet of the Apes’ final trailer promises a super intense and visually stunning follow up to 2014’s critically acclaimed Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

Returning in the central role is motion capture pioneer Andy Serkis as Caesar, leader of an evolved ape colony.

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First Look at New “IT” Trailer Will Fill You With Dread

Have you ever wondered how anyone could be afraid of clowns?

Say hello to Pennywise.

Better yet, watch the 1990 two-part TV miniseries “IT”.

The evil clown is back and wants to traumatize a whole new generation. This time on the big screen. How very nice of … it.

IT is one of several Stephen King adaptations coming out this year.

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Blade Runner 2049: Watch the Visually Stunning New Trailer

Fresh off 2016’s Arrival, director Denis Villeneuve goes from aliens to androids in Blade Runner 2049.

In this sequel, Harrison Ford returns as a former blade runner: a special police operative whose job is to track down bioengineered replicants on Earth and retire them.

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Logan Movie Review: A great send-off to Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine

Logan (2017) Movie Review – ** Beware of Minor Spoilers **
Director: James Mangold
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Boyd Holbrook, Stephen Merchant, Elizabeth Rodriguez

Saying that Logan is the best standalone Wolverine movie is hardly going out on a limb. Logan is deserving to be in the conversation for best X-Men franchise movie. What makes this film standout is exploring Logan at his most authentic self in a grounded way.

Many of the other X-Men movies don’t hit the mark especially when it comes to characters. By stripping away the trappings of a typical superhero team movie, this film distills the raw, essential aspects of Logan.

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The Biggest Problem with Netflix’s Iron Fist

Iron Fist Season 1 Review (Minor Spoilers)
Starring: Finn Jones, Jessica Henwick, Jessica Stroup, Tom Pelphrey, David Wenham, Rosario Dawson

Iron Fist is loaded with possibilities. Marvel’s latest Defender has a built-in Netflix audience and the advantage of seeing how to construct a superhero TV show off the momentum of Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. Looking back at Season 1, it’s evident that Iron Fist is inconsistent, uninspired and deeply flawed.

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“13 Reasons Why” Season 1 Review (Non Spoilers)

 

13 Reasons Why Season 1 Review (Non Spoilers)
Starring: Dylan Minnette, Katherine Langford, Christian Navarro, Justin Prentice, Kate Walsh, Alisha Boe, Derek Luke

“13 Reasons Why” is a Netflix series centered on adolescents and the issues they face. Cyberbullying, mental health, teen suicide, slut shaming and sexual assault are some of the hot button topics this slickly produced drama/mystery is built around.

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