“The Action comedy genre is dying day by day and we may not see many such movies in the near future” – Roger Ebert (Film Critic) Americans have a love affair with Hollywood and we’re thrilled with intense action dramas, but there are times when we need a little humor to soften the intensity of our entertainment. We will show you full movie review.
1. Deadpool 2 (2018)
Storyline: Subsequent to enduring a close deadly ox-like assault, a deformed cafeteria culinary expert (Wade Wilson) battles to satisfy his fantasy about turning into Mayberry’s most sultry barkeep while additionally figuring out how to adapt to his lost feeling of taste.
Scanning to recover his zest forever, just as a transition capacitor, Wade must fight ninjas, the Yakuza, and a pack of explicitly forceful canines, as he travels far and wide to find the significance of family, kinship, and flavor – finding another preference for experience and winning the pined for espresso cup title of World’s Best Lover.
Movie Review: In many ways, “Deadpool 2” is an improvement on its predecessor. Like the first film in the series, it’s largely a comedy, because of the torrent of snark that the protagonist (Ryan Reynolds) spouts, onscreen and in voice-over, from beginning to end—and because much of the action, even when it deals with earnest matters, is shaped to match these antic attitudes. The drama of “Deadpool 2” is more sharply focussed than in the earlier film.
The core of “Deadpool 2” is time travel—revisiting the past in order to change the future. Cable’s family members aren’t the only people who, in the movie, are saved by a do-over of time; many of the movie’s heroes, when they meet grim fates, are retroactively rescued by turning back the hands of time. (The movie actually featured Deadpool in a killing-baby-Hitler scene, which was left on the cutting-room floor.) Read Full Review…
2. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
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Storyline: Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok, the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization, at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela.
Movie Review: About halfway through “Thor: Ragnarok” — to be more precise, sometime after a bunch of people die, but long before a ton of stuff blows up — Thor does something he should have done at least five movies ago but never had the courage to pull off. He gets a haircut.
Sorry, I probably should have issued a warning before giving away one of the story’s few legitimately thrilling developments (though I haven’t said who administers the haircut). Read Full Review…
3. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2017)
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Storyline: In a brand new Jumanji adventure, four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game’s jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose.
What they discover is that you don’t just play Jumanji – you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they’ll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves – or they’ll be stuck in the game forever, to be played by others without break.
Movie Review: “Welcome to the Jungle” concerns four high school stereotypes — a nerd, a jock, a babe, a rebel — who get sent to detention at high school. Within this “Breakfast Club” scenario, they stumble upon a video game of “Jumanji” from the mid-’90s Sega Genesis-era.
The kids get sucked into the game — hate when that happens! — where their avatars are misaligned with their personalities. Read Full Review…
4. Teen Wolf (2017)
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Storyline: Scott McCall was just another kid in high school. Until, one night his best friend Stiles brings him to the woods, to look for a dead body, and Scott is bitten by a werewolf. Being a werewolf came with its perks- stronger, faster, new star in the lacrosse team, popularity- but also made it hard to control his anger.
Scott has also fallen for the new girl in town, Allison, whose dad is trying to hunt and kill Scott. Scott now has to try and balance his out of control life, figure out how to control his new powers, try not to be killed by the alpha that bit him, and protect Allison- and keep her from finding out his big secret.
Movie Review: Is anyone else having trouble processing everything that just went down? On Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 20, there was so much that happened.
It was kind of ridiculous, but this is also Teen Wolf, so you would think that we would be prepared for all of the insanity by now. At one point or another, everyone was either injured, dead, or presumed to be dead. It was insanity. Read Full Review…
5. Ant-Man (2015)
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Storyline: Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.
Movie Review: The end of the world isn’t nigh, for once, in “Ant-Man.” Sure, there are stakes. This is a summer blockbuster, after all. It has to make us care about something of consequence. But the overwhelming, self-serious sense that we are watching something Very Important blissfully doesn’t exist in “Ant-Man.
” It’s just plain fun: light, breezy, simple and enjoyable. Aside from the original “Iron Man” from 2008, which had the benefit of Robert Downey Jr. cracking wise in the title role for the first time, this is the most purely entertaining film yet from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read Full Review…
6. Incredibles 2 (2018)
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Storyline: While the Parr family has accepted its collective calling as superheroes, the fact remains that their special heroism is still illegal. After they are arrested after unsuccessfully trying to stop the Underminer, their future seems bleak.
Movie Review: The very premise of Brad Bird’s 2004 Pixar film, “The Incredibles,” pits “a world of born” against “a world of made,” and comes down strongly in favour of the former.
The villain of the story is Buddy Pine, a.k.a. Syndrome, a warped genius who creates a device that can rival the powers of superheroes, especially those of Mr Incredible, a.k.a. Bob Parr. Read Full Review…
7. Gringo (2018)
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Storyline: An exhilarating mix of dark comedy, white-knuckle action and dramatic intrigue, Gringo joyrides into Mexico, where mild-mannered businessman Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) finds himself at the mercy of his back-stabbing business colleagues back home, local drug lords and a morally conflicted black-ops mercenary.
Crossing the line from law-abiding citizen to wanted criminal, Harold battles to survive his increasingly dangerous situation in ways that raise the question: Is he out of his depth – or two steps ahead?
Movie Review: One can understand why top-tier talents such as Charlize Theron, David Oyelowo, Joel Edgerton and Thandie Newton were attracted to the B-movie material of the down-and-dirty, cheerfully nasty, violent action comedy “Gringo.” Read Full Review…
8. Central Intelligence (2016)
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Storyline: Calvin Joyner was voted in high school the guy most likely to succeed. 20 years later he’s an accountant. As his high school reunion approaches, he tries to make contact with his old schoolmates. And someone named Bob Stone contacts him.
He says that he was known as Robbie Weirdicht in school. Calvin remembers that he was picked on, as a matter of fact after an extremely nasty prank he left school. They agree to meet and Calvin is surprised by how much he has changed.
Movie Review: Doesn’t have much going for it beyond its leading men, the leading men just might be worth the price of admission. Read Full Review…
9. Ash VS Evil Dead
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Storyline: Thirty years after the events of Evil Dead, Ash is a loner, living a dull existence, still not able to come to grips with the events that started at the cabin. In the event of a Deadite invasion, Ash must attach his chainsaw and pick up his trusty boomstick one more time, all while finally coming to terms with his past.
Movie Review: Some heroes age, but they never get old. “Ash vs. Evil Dead” relies heavily on that very conceit, betting on the charm, skill and sheer ability of Ash — and the man who plays him — to carry a franchise that’s now 34 years old.
The odds of fans getting sick of one of the horror genre’s greatest heroes is pretty low, but the possibility can’t be discounted: After mixed success skewing toward failure with every additional picture, reviving action icons of yesteryear is a risky proposition. Read Full Review…
10. Despicable Me 3 (2017)
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Storyline: After he is terminated from the Anti-Villain League for neglecting to bring down the most recent trouble maker to undermine humankind, Gru ends up amidst a significant personality emergency.
Be that as it may, when a secretive more unusual appears at illuminate Gru that he has a tragically deceased twin sibling a sibling who frantically wishes to follow in his twin’s terrible strides one previous super-scoundrel will rediscover exactly how great it feels to be awful.
Movie Review: Despicable Me 3 is an example of how even the most promising animated franchises can hit a wall if allowed to continue too long. One can understand why Universal greenlit this film.
The previous two (or three if you count the spin-off Minions) made a ton of money. Kids and adults loved them. Financially, there’s no argument to be made against the development of this sequel. Creative well, that’s another matter. Read Full Review…