Let’s Talk About Captain Marvel Before You Watch The Full Movie

Captain Marvel is the last stop in the MCU and 21st movie for the studio, before we reach the culmination of Phase 3 of their Universe, namely Avengers: Endgame. If you’re not depressed after the Avengers: Infinity War finale, and Ant-Man And The Wasp wasn’t able to entertain you enough, then watch Captain Marvel online for free – this new movie brings more than enough adrenaline to make happy even the most sceptical fans and…

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Letters from Iwo Jima Shows World War II From Japanese Perspective

Watch how sixty-two years ago, some 100,000 Americans (mostly Marines) invaded a tiny volcanic Pacific island to battle 22,000 Japanese infantry, defending their home turf for the first time. The thirty-six day conflagration resulted in 6,821 American casualties and over 22,000 wounded while 21,000 Japanese perished, but the most memorable aspect of bloody Iwo Jima (from an American perspective) is the iconic image of the Marines raising the American flag atop Mount Suribachi. Chronicling the…

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Force of Five – Imagine Martial Arts Movie For Kids

Force of Five (aka Power Kids) is definitely a film of two halves. After a noisy, messy battle in the middle of a jungle, which adds nothing to the full movie itself, we get to watch twenty minutes of overwrought melodrama as the kids bicker amongst themselves and worry about their friend Wut, who is one of those annoyingly cute characters everyone loves to hate in movies. Meanwhile, they are overseen by their stern “uncle”…

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The Cold Light of Day Is Decent Action

Most of you probably don’t know that The Cold Light of Day actually came out in theaters. Despite the fact that the full movie stars Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver, and the new Superman, no one knows about this… and that’s probably a good thing. The Cold Light of Day must have been ironically titled by some joker behind the scenes, because it’s honestly should have never actually seen the cold light of day. The…

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The Tree Of Life Looks For The Meaning Of Life

Terrence Malick’s look into the meaning of life and the universe centers around a family in Texas in the 1950s as a son looks back on memories of his childhood shared with his two brothers. The main reason to watch The Tree Of Life online is that it will resonate with people for so many different reasons. There is the precision camera work, the themes of family, parenting, loss and love, the interpretation of a…

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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Delivers A Lot Of Entertainment

The fifth film in the franchise, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is directed by Christopher McQuarrie. He reunites star Simon Pegg with Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames and Jeremy Renner, and adds to the cast with Alec Baldwin and Rebecca Ferguson. Can this full movie top the previous from the series in the box office online? The omens look promising. With the IMF separated, and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, the team now is…

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Blood Brothers – Forbidden Relationship Changes Everything

  It is somewhat unfortunate that the names of John Woo and Terence Chang are being used so prominently to promote this movie, as anyone expecting wall-to-wall shootouts are going to be disappointed. Although it does end in a climactic moment of prolonged Heroic Bloodshed, to watch Blood Brothers online is, for the most part, a very engaging period crime drama, peppered with violent confrontation, passion and tragedy. Boasting high production values, Blood Brothers transports…

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly – Dreams Keep You Going

The Diving Bell And The Butterfly, based on the memoir by Jean-Dominque Bauby (Mathieu Amalric) is a brilliantly shot (by Oscar winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski) incredibly moving film about Jean-Do’s life. He is the successful Elle magazine editor who wakes up one day totally paralyzed from a stroke – a rare case of what the doctor describes (en anglais) as locked-in syndrome. He is only able to move one eyelid (the other sewn shut to…

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Salmon Fishing in the Yemen

Romantic comedies are tough to digest, and there’s something fundamentally wrong with anyone who actually enjoys watching them. Seriously… how moronic do you have to be to sit through the same movie formula time after time. Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Boy and girl break up. Boy and girl get back together. It’s four sentences that describe every romantic comedy ever made. While not all of them are uniformly terrible, it…

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The Everlasting Desire To Watch Beverly Hills Chihuahua

It’s a strange world we live in, and all you have to do to figure that out is realize that Beverly Hills Chihuahua actually claimed the number one spot at the box office the week it debuted online. Forget for a second the hundreds of assholes that showed up to watch a full movie with talking Mexican stereotypes, and just think about the concept of making a movie with talking animals. Why would you watch…

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