Before I start this review, I want to say rest in peace to actor Paul Walker who kicked off this fantastic series and basically entertained a great number of people in about a great 6 films.
I want to start off this review by saying the opening of the film took fans back to what started the film series in the first place and that is pure racing, which without any doubt is making Walker smile in heaven.
The story takes us to Walker basically being a family man but still retaining some of his racing skills and habits while slowing and thinking about himself being a family man.
However, things really kicks up when Hobbs meets Shaw and finally things go from one thing to another and a fight ensues and more personal things get revealed about our friend Hobbs and the shocking fate of little brother Shaw or ...read more
Before I start this review, I want to salute Fox for having keen eyes for shows like 'Gotham' and now 'Empire.'
The series opened up in the most beautiful way possible. The episode opened up showing us the glitz and glam that we are basically probably going to see as the series progress.
Then the series went on into telling the story of how 'Empire' came to be with actor Terrance Howard and his sons.
The story had panned Howard's character as the main character whole still passing on the flame to other characters like his sons and their personal life.
'Empire' proceeded to kick the episode up a notch and really capture my attention when it added actress Taraji P. Hensons charcter to the ranks.
The pilot was filed with the things a first episode should which are great performances from the cast and a solid storyline. The ...read more
I just want to start off this review by saying that I'm very delited for this to be the very first Pete Jackson and 'The Hobbit' film ‘I’m getting to review.
The 'Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies' started off fantastically where the last film started off or where 'The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug' ended. Basically, the film started off with the highlight of Bard (Luke Evans) facing off against Smaug (Benedict Cumberbatch) in a magnificent stand down.
Were it is obvious that Bard would be the victor seeing that Smaug was not supposed to stay in the film any longer. However, the manner of Smaugs death and the theatrics behind his fall was magnificent.
From that point, the film began to regain most of its fantastic fantasy filled tone and wonder, which gave way to hope from the characters in the film and views alike.
The films ...read more
Before, I start this review; I want to say that Universal has fixed its mistake with trying to revamp their monster series with 'I Frankenstein' with 'Dracula Untold.'
'Dracula Untold' started off very subtle and cool with a story on how Dracula came to be called the Vlad the Impaler, which as it is told in this film, Vlad had fought with the Turkish Empire as a boy after his father gave him to prove his loyalty. However, for his service to in battle and ability to instill fear within the ones he impaled, the Turkish allowed Vlad to return to Transylvania with truce that the Vlad may call when the Turkish needs him.
From that point on, the story jumped right into action with the story of vampires, lore and pending war between Transylvania and the Turkish Empire. The beginning of the story also revealed the reason behind Vlad ...read more
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