Tagged: mood: casual

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Phantom Boy

A boy with the ability to astral project helps a bad-luck detective and an overconfident reporter when a mysterious man with a disfigured face threatens to take over New York.

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X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse sees Professor X and Mystique forming a new team to put a stop to Apocalypse before he destroys the world.

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Jungle Book (2016), The

Jon Favreau’s attempt at recreating Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book takes us back to the jungle and follows on a young man-cub named Mowgli.

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April and the Twisted World

Only accompanied by her talking cat, a young woman sets out to discover what’s been happening with all the scientists that have been disappearing.

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Zootopia

It’s been a while since I’ve seen an animated movie that deals with relevant social issues without being preachy. Kudos to you, Disney!

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Deadpool

Is Deadpool a cinematic masterpiece? Hell no. But it is as good as fans hoped it would be, and a damn good apology from Fox after the last Deadpool characterization fiasco.

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Au revoir l’été (2013)

Au revoir l’été is a delicate coming-of-age story that follows a young woman named Sakuko as she visits her quiet seaside town and forms relationships with the locals.