🎬:GAME OF THRONES (S8E1&2)
This episode was very lighthearted and in my opinion the only mellow one in this final season. We got to see everyone settle in the city more of a recap with some few cool moments and a revelation. Jon finally gets to ride a dragon which we all have been waiting for since last season. The big reveal involves of course Jon, with him learning that he is the true heir to the iron throne. The Stark’s reunite finally but the most important reunion is at the end of the episode with Jamie arriving and finding himself face to face with Bran whom he paralyzed back in season one.
This episode was my favourite yet, the calm before the storm. Jamie and Bran have an interesting talk. Everyone feels the end is near and this brings them to “bond”. Unity against a common enemy. A Beautiful song that truly captures the essence of the episode plays near the end. No one wants to be alone this night that may be their last one on earth. Brienne is knighted by Jamie (very special moment) and Arya loses her virginity. This episode really humbled the characters as they know the horrors that are coming. Jon reveals his true identity to Daenerys during the final seconds of the episode but as it’s made clear by the arrival of the night king this isn’t time for politics and/or games of thrones THIS IS TIME FOR WAR.
This review of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 is spoiler-free!
Everyone’s favorite space ruffians return with another wildly off-kilter space opera adventure, this time elevated by even more vibrant graphics work, one of the MCU’s strongest and most ruthlessly convincing villains, a hilariously exaggerated landslide of credits content, and an emotional core exceptionally touching for an action-adventure film.
A mildly choppy imbalance of subplots paves a bumpy road to Volume 2’s otherwise spectacular finale, and the script reruns the franchise’s trademark humor with a somewhat forced and manufactured tone.
Occasionally better and occasionally worse than its revolutionary predecessor, Volume 2 evens out as a very worthy sequel.
I watched this movie first time when I was pretty young but I went into it with the mindset (damn 3 hours is a long time) but the more I watched it the more i got into the story.
All come together amazingly to create such a well thought out masterpiece that I think everyone in their life should watch at least 1...+ it's one of the rare movies to have a sequel that's as good if not better than the original I was shaking the entire time who is gonna betray Michael next will all of this,this cycle of violence and betrayal drive him mad.Like I said this is a movie that everyone needs to see at least once.
Personal score:10/10 would smash
#MovieNight: #BattleForThePlanetOfTheApes. The final installment of #ThePlanetOfTheApes original series, this is the story of shifting power from man to ape. Because there was time travel in the third film, this fifth film can be seen as a bridge to the first film, or it can be seen as having an alternative more peaceful future. The whole series is well crafted into an overall story, even if there’s less than desirable moments in one or two of them.
Ready Player One (2018). IMDB Rating: 7.5
Initially when I went for this movie, I had no idea what to expect. I hadn’t watched the trailer or seen any reviews yet. I’m a huge fan of Steven Spielberg and knew I’d be in for something good.
Boy, was I right. Ready Player One is a treat to the eyes and a beautiful work of science fiction. Based on the Ernest Cline novel, Spielberg created this lively piece that every gamer will go nuts for.
I had expected this movie to be directed towards the younger crowd, but the references so generously added in the movie will leave you astounded and happily nostalgic if you grew up in the 80s n 90s.
Ready Player One is set in the year 2045 in a dystopian future. James Halliday, a game creator, creates a virtual universe called the OASIS where the expanse of one’s imagination is limitless to making anything possible.Wade Watts, a young gamer, sets off on a virtual treasure hunting adventure in pursuit of the legendary easter egg left hidden within the universe.
Spielberg, proves exactly why he is my favourite film maker. He’ll put something on screen that you’d least expect and takes that to a whole level of “I would not have imagined that possibility in a million years” He brings dreams to life and I love him.
I admire how he was able to blend in the all-time favourite movie and music classics in a manner that the younger viewers of today’s generation can be introduced to and appreciate. It is so hard for me to write this review without giving any spoilers but I wouldn’t want to ruin the experience for you, so I have decided not to include a snippet of a short trailer. This is such an IMAX worthy movie.