Bridge of Spies


Prisoner exchanges have become a staple of Cold War spycraft stories. The Americans have captured a Russian spy, and the Russians have one of ours. Each side wants to get their man back, if only because he’s got a head full of classified information, and the longer he stays in enemy custody the more likely he’ll crack and spill what he knows. By the same token, each side wants to hold onto their prisoner as long as possible, in hopes they might get him to talk. And all of this is complicated by diplomatic subterfuge; they must negotiate the release without giving away the strength of their own position, in a poker game being played for the highest of stakes.

One of the most famous exchanges of the Cold War was connected to the loss of a U-2 spy plane — yes, kids, Bono’s band started out as a vehicle…

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Wash the “Pan”

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So, this is the “other” movie Thing 1 and I went to last weekend. I was giddy to go; I’d grown up with both Disney’s Peter Pan, the 1991 movie Hook and the 2003 Peter Pan. Plus, I like a good Hugh Jackman film (I’m not sure they could’ve cast anyone else as Wolverine).


The premise is simple: how did a boy named Peter become Peter Pan? I could tell you the answer, but that would be spoilerific.

*hint* It’s not as earth shattering as it could’ve been.

*side note* I’ve previously stated that while I enjoy CGI, I don’t enjoy a movie that is CGI driven as opposed to plot driven.

And away we go!!!!

Just typing that quote from the original movie made me sad because there was an extraordinary potential for greatness in this “prequel.” Newcomer Levi Miller, playing the main role, was the highlight…

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Everest Review


Everest is a film about a climbing expedition based on true events that occurred on Mount Everest in 1996.  I don’t want to give away anything, but most watching a movie about people climbing mountains and specifically Everest will know what to expect.  That doesn’t mean that there is no interest to watch it, because you never know what exactly will happen and most importantly how, unless you already know the story of course.

Going to the cinema to watch Everest, I wasn’t expecting much.  I knew it probably would have been a decent movie but then again I didn’t expect to see anything amazing.  That is mostly true, however to my surprise this film manages to provide some of the most suspenseful sequence that I can remember in recent years.  There is a climax of suspense for about 10 minutes and it is as intense as I’ve ever felt…

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Movie Review!!!

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Ant Man:

I really love this movie it makes me think of Tron mix with a animal movie. LOL The jumping and flying around is shoot very well. I love all the action and the movie was well put together. And it was kinda funny to. This movie really caught my attention. I thought at first when my friend said the name of it I was like OMG this bout to be boring and crazy but i like it. 🙂

War Room:

Seriously everyone has to watch this movie. Its really really good. I don’t want to give any details away that’s how good this movie was. Please Angel’s go and check out this movie.


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