The Hitman's Bodyguard: Movie Review


This new release action and comedy film directed by Australian director, Patrick Hughes, tells the story of how the world’s prime protection agent Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds) is requested to become the bodyguard for the world’s prime hitman Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson). Although both have been rivals and mortal enemies for years on the job, they are forced to put their differences aside as they come to face adversity. Bryce’s role is to safely deliver Kincaid to the International Criminal Court, so that he can be a witness against ruthless Slavic dictator, Vladislav Dukhovich (Gary Oldman). They are later joined by Jackson’s onscreen notorious wife, Sonia Kincaid (Salma Hayek).

It’s clear to see that this is a film not to be missed for the summer, and has the potential to be enjoyed among adults and young adults (film is rated R). 


American Made- Movie Review


It seems to be quite evident that America film director, Doug Liman, is currently a force to be reckoned with in the movie realm due to his dual release of action/war films The Wall, and now American Made both released this month. With Tom Cruise playing the role of real-life American CIA agent- turned- Medellin Cartel drug smuggler Barry Seal, it’s inevitable to ignore the potential that this film’s plot and story-line holds. Nevertheless, will Liman’s directing expertise and Cruise’s acting artistry be able succeed and do justice towards the controversial life of Seal? At this point in time, I would say quite well.


The Wall: Movie Review


If you’ve ever had the pleasure of watching The Bourne Identity, Mr & Mrs Smith, Jumper, or Edge of Tomorrow; then you will know the magic that each film brings due to it's exceptional action content. Director behind each successful film, Doug Liman, certainly has an eye for the art of action and suspense; so will his new 2017 war film The Wall, explaining the story soldiers post the end of the 2007 Iraq War; bring the same impact as his previous films, or will the plot and content be a war in itself?


An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Movie Review


Some say that global warming is merely a myth and how the fluctuating global temperatures are of normal standard. However, others believe that within the duration of 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at a faster rate than usual, and as experts confirm; will continue to accelerate. Whether or not you’re a believer of global warming; there have been multiple documentaries to prove that this theory is seldom problematic. One of the main films that showcased this theory in it’s entirety was 2006 doco film, An Inconvenient Truth; starring former Vice President of the United States and well-known environmentalist, Al Gore. The documentary received exceptional reviews from critics, won an Oscar and Nobel Peace Prize due to it’s powerful message of saving the planet from pollutive catastrophes.

Now in the year 2017, Gore has decided to release a follow-up to the film known as An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, where we can see what environmental work has been done over the past ten years. But will this sequel be an inconvenient disaster or will Al Gore bring an even more empowering awareness to his viewers?




A decade after AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, comes the riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.


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