Katniss Takes Aim In Final Poster For ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’

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The Hunger Games_Mockingjay – Part 2_PosterSynopsis:

With the nation of Panem in a full-scale war, Katniss confronts President Snow (Donald Sutherland) in the final showdown. Teamed with a group of her closest friends – including Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Finnick (Sam Claflin), and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) – Katniss goes off on a mission with the unit from District 13 as they risk their lives to stage an assassination attempt on President Snow who has become increasingly obsessed with destroying her. The mortal traps, enemies, and moral choices that await Katniss will challenge her more than any arena she faced in The Hunger Games.

Directed by Francis Lawrence from a screenplay by Peter Craig and Danny Strong.

Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Willow Shields, Sam Claflin, Jena Malone, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland, Julianne Moore, Mahershala Ali, Natalie Dormer, Wes Chatham, Elden Henson and Evan Ross.

‘The Hunger…

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10 Things To Do On A Plane To Pass The Time

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Traveling can be hectic and sometimes boring without the right company and packing essentials. For your next business trip or solo getaway connect to your wifi and keep busy with these 10 activities in mind.

  1. Read a book
    Reading a book is always a great choice, get lost in a mystery or fantasy novel as your take flight through the beautiful clouds and the vibrant blue sky.
  2. Prepare for your meeting or trip
    Prepare your notes for your meeting, make sure all the points you have to cover is written down and ready to go, you can never be too prepared. If your just going on a solo getaway from your kids or spouse, plan your internally if you haven’t already. What are some thing you want to do and see. Start the excitement before you land.
  3. Binge watch
    If you have a show series you need to catch up…

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Viewed – 29 September 2015 Online rental

With the never ending juggernaut that is Marvel Studios, it would be easy to say this cash-cow is getting milked dry. However with a plethora of comic book stories to mine from, those udders aren’t drying up any time soon. So we come to this sequel to the highly entertaining Marvel Avengers Assemble.


We are thrown straight into the action as our heroes attack a Russian Hydra base to steal back Loki’s sceptre (which you’ll recall him wielding during the last movie).  However little is explained as to what is going on or why, and so despite having seen all the other Marvel movies up to this, I still felt a bit in the dark. Now here’s the first issue – this is again a sequel that relies on you having a very good recollection of not just the last Avengers movie but also Thor:…

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A Few Notes on Film Noir

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Yesterday, I revisited an article I read in grad school, Paul Schrader’s short but phenomenal “Notes on Film Noir.” The article isn’t rigidly academic. It’s the best sort of analysis that ends up making you want to go back to the object of its study, in this case, the so-called “black film” of American cinema, ca. 1940-1960.

Schrader’s article provides all sorts of lists: the four major influences, the major stylistic flourishes, the major themes, and then noir’s four major periods. Schrader basically argues that unlike thematically defined genre pictures like the gangster movies of the 30s or the westerns of any decade, noir films were united primarily by their tone. This world-weariness was a sort of paradox. During the 1930s, Hollywood’s movies were almost relentlessly upbeat. Now, in the wake of WW II and the post-war boom, the movies got cynical and jaded in a hurry.

So…here’s a…

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On This Date September Cults and Classics

Cult Crap and Classics

Well time has come to write this movie blog. Every month, and I slacked all the way to this point, but here it is. What a list we have. Probably the best list yet! And if you haven’t seen any of these yet please do, make a watch list and do work!

Eraserhead: September 28, 1977 Arguably the best cult movie of all time. And to some people it is not an argument, it is without question the best of all time. The third time was a charm for this to sit right with me. I felt it’s art and expression more so the first and second time and by the third time I just gave up trying to follow the plot, because it is almost impossible. Please don’t even try it is just such a subjective taste that it runs different for everyone. For that Fincher you are a…

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A Comic That Accurately Sums Up Depression And Anxiety ~ UpWorthy

Live Your Life Inspired

Sarah Flanigan has been fighting depression since she was 10 years old and anxiety since she was 16. “I wish everyone knew that depression is not something that people can just ‘snap out of,'” she explains. “I mean, if I could ‘snap out of it,’ I would have by now.”

Depression and anxiety disorders are real illnesses. Mental illnesses are not “in someone’s head,” they’re not something a person can “just get over,” and they affect so many of us — over 40 million people in the U.S. alone.

Despite how common they are, it’s still really difficult to explain to people who may have never experienced a mental illness.

Enter: cute, clever illustrations that get the job done.

Nick Seluk, who creates the amazing comics at The Awkward Yeti, heard from reader Sarah Flanigan. She shared her story of depression and anxiety with him. If it could help…

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And I’m Back

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Evening folks,

Chances are you weren’t at all surprised to see nothing being posted to this site over the last week or so, after all I’m hardly the most consistent writer, opting to focus more on reviews and posting only the occasional bit of news and sometimes even an opinion piece.

But hey, there was actually a different reason I was quiet this week! Other than, y’know, swearing loudly at the computer screen while I hammer the keyboard in a very ape-like display, attempting to eek out a review. No, this week I was absent due to being lucky enough to get a press pass to Glasgow Comic-Con, an epic 2-day event that was an absolute blast to attend. Lots of cool stalls, lots of awesome people, lots of amazing costumes.

But I’m back now! Hurrah! Don’t look too excited or anything, yeesh.

The plan is to put up an…

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