2015 saw Pixar give us one of their greatest films, in the form of Inside Out. After that, though, we’ve been treated to what in my opinion is the absolute worst Pixar effort ever, and a couple of decent/good sequels that no one cared too much about. Back with an original story, can Pixar win us back with Coco?
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A former commercial pilot turns his fortunes around when he begins working for both the CIA and the cartel, smuggling guns, information, people, and drugs. Eventually, this sort of scheme has to catch up with you though, right?
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Taron Egerton is back as
Eggsy Galahad, secret service agent supreme, in Matthew Vaughn‘s followup to his 2014 action spy comedy.
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After the somewhat surprising success of The LEGO Movie, and the enjoyable The LEGO Batman Movie, Warner Bros. is back with Ninjago. What?
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This could be the most insane action film you’ve ever seen.
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It would be quite amusing to see the TV edit of The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
Continue reading Review – The Hitman’s Bodyguard
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare – a child taken. In this case, though, the kidnappers have “messed with the wrong mother.”
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Charlize Theron is Lorraine Broughton – if John Wick and James Bond had a daughter together (just go with it), she would be Lorraine Broughton. Sent on an undercover mission to the heart of Berlin during the Cold War, she’s got to decide who to trust and who might be out to kill her as she races against the clock to recover a ticking time bomb of information that could be a death sentence to hundreds.
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