Terminator: Genisys – Movie Review – V2.0

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Terminator: Genisys– Movie Review by Francis Winston

Directed by: Alan Taylor

Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Matt Smith J.K. Simmons

In cinemas July 2nd

He said he’d be back and true to his word Arnold Schwarzenegger returns for his fourth outing as the T-800 killing machine that was first introduced to the world back in the original Terminator movie in 1984. He may have an additional 30 years (and a stint as Governor of California) under his belt since the original but as Sylvester Stallone and Liam Neeson have both proved, age is no barrier to action hero credibility and this is especially true when it comes to an iconic character such as this.

Kicking off in 2029 after judgement day and the rise of the machines John Connor (Jason Clarke) leads is resistance movement in one final battle against computer giants Skynet whose creations…

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Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts Review ( Light spoilers ) 

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I like to start with the bad as you may know my ,first problem with this movie is I don’t completely know when or in what dimension this takes place. I was a little confused on how batman had not come in contact with the man-bat and Dick Grayson is Nightwing. Based on my knowledge batman first faced man-bat/Kurt Langstram a little before he adopted dick. My second Problem is What are the flash and Green arrow doing in Gotham seriously their is no explanation at all. You know what those are my biggest problems surprisingly and now to do the good.

The Good

I loved this movie’s animation style for one I loved it I mean the colors look great , the characters look good with some good detail. It’s creative and different from the normal animation style DC usually does and I like it. Another thing I really…

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“Your eyes can deceive you. Don’t trust them”*…

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Marcus Rosentrater, filmmaker and animator of FX’s amazingly-amusing Archer, has done us the service of combining all six Star Wars films into a single viewing experience:

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* Obi-Wan Kenobi


As we hope that the Force is with us, we might recall that it was on this date in 1985 that Universal Pictures released the keystone of another– though very different– sci-fi franchise: Back to the Future.


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Minions – Review. “Doesn’t it feel so good to be bad?”

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“Minions” is an entertaining stand alone film. Starring Kevin, Stuart and Bob, the three minions embark on their mission to find a new ‘boss’. After travelling far and wide, the three minions discover the ever so popular Scarlett Overkill (Sandra Bullock) and decide that she is the one for them.

The hilarity of the minions found in both “Despicable Me” movies is not dimmed in any way in this prequel. Greeted with their familiar banter and often inaudible yet amusing dialogue, “Minions” is one of those films that will allow you to get away from everyday chaos. Because of this, “Minions” is a film made for entertainment so don’t expect and profound or mind blowing theme to take away from it.

In spite of this, I enjoyed seeing the minions as the main characters rather than the supporting characters and felt as though this film gave the characters the opportunity…

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