Tagged: mood: extra cheesy
The Expendables 3 heads into “new school versus old school” mode.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. mostly deals with Agent Phil Coulson’s resurrection, which is the show’s driving force.
An Indian family from Mumbai flee their country and settle in a rather remote, but quaint, ville in the south of France where they open an Indian restaurant in front of a one-Michelin-star place.
While not as consistent and strong as its first two seasons, Episodes is still interesting to watch thanks to the interactions between Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig and Kathleen Rose Perkins.
My biggest problem with Age of Extinction is that it felt way too lengthy to watch despite the good performances from Mark Wahlberg and Stanley Tucci.
After being unfairly imprisoned for some years, Tobey Marshall goes back into the world of fast cars to avenge the death of a beloved friend of his. FAST CARS, B!TCHES!
The Fault in Our Stars is mostly a love story between two people who happen to be struck by a deadly disease.
Vampire Academy isn’t a complete Twilight-esque borefest thanks to the nice bond between the lead characters and a pretty good performance from Zoey Deutch. Sadly, the screenplay made the film heavy to watch on the eyes.
What makes Marc Webb’s take on Spider-Man still enjoyable to watch is mostly due to its cast and the relationship between Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker.
We have what we came for, slow-mo, super saturated filters, violence and half-naked men… this time at the sea!