The pursuit of Happ𝐲ness: What they didn’t tell you in the movie.

Will Smith shines in inspirational classic

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Yesterday Movie Review : A Musical walk down Memory Lane.

There have been really good musicals before this, speak of the likes of Lalaland and A Star is Born though fictional, a little but still portraying a much satisfactory and savory taste of a musical and even though Paul McCartney admitted he ‘liked’ it. Well who am i to disagree?. Directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog…

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A Monster Calls Review; Facing your Demons

Author Ness penned this adaptation of his own novel, which is as poignant as his beautiful book and features brilliant performances by Jones, MacDougall, and Neeson. Director J. A. Sandie Angulo Chen, Commonsense Media Whether it’s an immaculately creative extension of self or a fine work of cinematography, A monster call is a beautiful adaptation…

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The Last Halloween of the Decade; 10 Movies to Make it Eventual

How does one end a decade? with all the show down going on all around the globe? let me tell you how, by throwing a worthwhile horror Halloween festival, well depends if it’s on your couch and if that’s your choice, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. The horror scene has been running quite a…

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Godzilla; king of the monsters yes, but not so great

The latest release of the film series Godzilla has the 65 year old radioactive reptile on a destructive spree not to mention he’s fellow titanic friends Rodan, Mothra and the stubborn three headed dragon like creature, Ghidora. I wouldn’t say I was expecting much from this particular franchise as these ‘chaotic’ movies such as Pacific…

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Modern Family review

An urban family sitcom as the name implies, Modern Family, created and aired by ABC is an all extended family comedy series trying to put the fun in dysfunctional with its wonderfully spectacular characters. The hit comedy series has bagged 22 Emmy Awards (five for outstanding TV series straight from 2010 t0 2014). We are…

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The Resident Review : Ripped off Grey’s Anatomy’s Handbook.

Produced by Fox and aired on the 21st of January 2018, The Resident is a medical themes TV drama series. What is endearing about the series despite it’s harsh incline to patient finances is it’s much lovable characters starring a brilliant resident Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry) . A little similar to Greys Anatomy if you…

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Fun paced and all Class: Booksmart Review

Olivia Wilde’s Comedy is Worth the sorts

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Teen Crisis and Drama in a Good Light: Hailee Steinfield in The Edge of Seventeen.

Nadine’s troubles and woes are pretty bad. Directed by Kelly Fremon Craig. The familiar tinge of budding lost, fears, anguish and depression but with a very bubbly spark of humour falling perfectly in place with Hailee Stenfield’s sombre but hippy facial expression. Delving through layers upon layers of character we find a troubled teenager grasping…

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The pursuit of Happ𝐲ness: What they didn’t tell you in the movie.

Will Smith shines in inspirational classic

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Silicon Valley Review: The Dark and yet Hearty side Of the Jobbs-Universe

HBO shows us the dark side of tech.

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Why you Should completely let go of the Past

Why are you holding on to it? Honestly no one really cares. It’s giving you mental baggage and making your nights stiff. The sun rises, so do you, the sun sets, so why don’t you?. If the average age of living for a regular human is fifty years that’s a pretty short time to be…

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Modern Family review

An urban family sitcom as the name implies, Modern Family, created and aired by ABC is an all extended family comedy series trying to put the fun in dysfunctional with its wonderfully spectacular characters. The hit comedy series has bagged 22 Emmy Awards (five for outstanding TV series straight from 2010 t0 2014). We are…

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The Resident Review : Ripped off Grey’s Anatomy’s Handbook.

Produced by Fox and aired on the 21st of January 2018, The Resident is a medical themes TV drama series. What is endearing about the series despite it’s harsh incline to patient finances is it’s much lovable characters starring a brilliant resident Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry) . A little similar to Greys Anatomy if you…

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Fun paced and all Class: Booksmart Review

Olivia Wilde’s Comedy is Worth the sorts

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Teen Crisis and Drama in a Good Light: Hailee Steinfield in The Edge of Seventeen.

Nadine’s troubles and woes are pretty bad. Directed by Kelly Fremon Craig. The familiar tinge of budding lost, fears, anguish and depression but with a very bubbly spark of humour falling perfectly in place with Hailee Stenfield’s sombre but hippy facial expression. Delving through layers upon layers of character we find a troubled teenager grasping…

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The pursuit of Happ𝐲ness: What they didn’t tell you in the movie.

Will Smith shines in inspirational classic

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