Much like January, April is mostly a dead month in the film world with one big blockbuster film that'll overshadow the rest. In this case, The Fate and the Furious
takes the top spot. It's highly likely it'll dwarf the box office like an all-consuming black hole.
If you're like me, and you'd rather do your taxes than watch one more "last ride" where lots of expensive cars explode through a glass window, then you'll want to read ahead. Here are the movies I think deserve a chance over The Fate and the Furious
It is no secret that a multi-media conglomerate such as Disney can turn out successful films one after the other. However, there is something to be said for the development and progress the production company has made in its endless bounds towards a more inclusive and culturally rich repertoire.
, the latest installment in the Disney princess movie franchise (although that in itself is up for debate, as the film's title character will object) is a credible marker in the strides Disney had made – from the gorgeous production design to the catchy tunes that will most likely be playing on repeat, the film reminds...
If you’re expecting a Greek epic film out of the Greek epic hero Hercules, you’re on the wrong path.
The Greek demigod Hercules (Dwayne Johnson), son of Zeus, has performed his 12 labors and suffered immensely, but something still haunts him.
He is now a mercenary with a group of others: seer Amphiarus (Ian McShane), best friend Autolycus (Rufus Sewell), scarred warrior Tydeus (Aksel Hennie), Amazonian Atalanta (Ingrid Bolso Berdal) and nephew Iolaus (Reece Richie). All these supporting cast members get a unique weapon and background, but they don’t feel any more than cliché at times.
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