Life is but an unending series of choices. Some are more important than others and some are absolute no-brainers. For Travis Shaw (Benjamin Walker) he’ll have to make the most important choice of his life. It will impact his life and those around him forever. There’s neither a right nor wrong answer to his dilemma, only the best case scenario; but more on that later. The story starts off with Gabby Holland (Teresa Palmer) and her acclimation to her new home in the sleepy coastal town of Beaufort, North Carolina. Gabby, a nurse is Travis’ new neighbor and they don’t exactly hit it off. But eventually opposites attract and the two develop a relationship. However, Teresa has a problem, her boyfriend, Dr. Ryan McCarthy (Tom Welling) who’s a doctor at Teresa’s job. Teresa has a choice to make. Should she ignore her growing feelings for Travis and stay with Ryan, or should she leave her perfectly fine relationship with Ryan for Travis? Back to Travis for a second; his decision is a major plot development and discussing it now would ruin the movie.
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Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) is a rookie FBI agent who is sent to observe a suspected gang of international thieves. The gang of Robin Hood like criminals who uses extreme measures in their heists. Whether it’s robbing a bank on the top floor of a skyscraper, then eventually parachuting to safety, gang leader Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez) always is on his mission. He sees himself as a catalyst for change and the antithesis of a corporate backed world. Continue reading “Movie Review – Point Break (2015)”
Based on the 2010 book of the same name; Warm Bodies manages takes an interesting approach to the zombie movie genre. Narrated by R (Nicholas Hoult), because that’s the only part of his name that he can remember; we’re introduced to the world after the fall of man. Zombies roam aimlessly throughout the suburbs amongst the Bonies; skeletal creatures that are a threat to both humans and zombies alike. The remnants of human civilization survive in a walled city controlled by Gen. Grigio (John Malkovich). Continue reading “Movie Review – Warm Bodies”
We go thru years of schooling from Elementary to High School and are told to go to College and do something with our lives. So the majority of us do. We spend years in College hopefully with some kind of purpose and some career path in mind. When we graduate that is, there may be a different plan in mind. But a lot of us actually lose the direction we may have originally planned. So we take on menial jobs and are just satisfied with the status quo because we have nothing to really work for at this point. But what if something came around to change all of that?
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Everyone is different on this planet, but imagine being one of only a few people on the planet who aren’t really from this planet, and have special abilities that no human could ever have. This is the case for the new movie from DreamWorks called I Am Number Four. It’s one thing to be an outcast and different by choice but it’s an entirely different when it’s not by choice. Imagine having to hide who your true self was.
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