REVIEW: Dunkirk 5/5 [SPOILERS!]

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REVIEW: Split 4.5/5

I have wanted to watch this movie since  it came out. I’ve been obsessed with M. Night Shyamalan since Sixth Sense. Thats right: the mastermind behind the iconic “I see dead people” is also behind this other masterpiece. Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion of what I thought about the movie. I’m in no way agreeing or disagreeing with any entity. Some images in the movie are distressing, so viewer discretion is advised.

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Stranger Things, we need answers! *SPOILERS AHEAD*

It has been almost two weeks since the second season of Stranger Things premiered on Netflix. I’ve already done a post on why you should watch the series. In this post, WHICH CONTAINS SPOILERS BY THE WAY!!!!!!!!!, I will be discussing some questions we have been asking throughout the two seasons, which are still unanswered. The answers which are out there may be speculations or fan theories.

Read along!

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REVIEW: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ 3.5/5 [SPOiLERS!]

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service and stars Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong – all three of which were in the first movie – Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore and Sir Elton John (yes, that’s right!) amongst many. Following the utter destruction of The Kingsman spy organization, the two surviving members, Eggsy (Egerton) and Merlin (Strong), discover they have an ally in the U.S. called The Statesman, which is the American counterpart of the British Kingsman. The two spy teams join forces in order to save the world from the villainous Poppy (Julianne Moore) and her crime syndicate, The Golden Circle.

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Why ‘Stand by Me’ is the best coming-of-age movie

“By the time we get there, the kid won’t even be dead anymore.”

I don’t even know what to say because this coming-of-age movie is like no other. Every coming-of-age that has been created since then has been influenced by it in some way, whether they know it or not. Never has a movie made me feel so nostalgic and the way it was able to bring me back to when I was 12 years old was unbelievable, thanks to director Rob Reiner.

This is not just a movie, but a tribute to every kid who ever had one of those crazy group of friends when they were young that are hard to forget. What “Stand By Me” taught us was that whether those people are still in our lives or if they were just a passing stage in our lives, you will never have friends later on like the ones you had when you were twelve.

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