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Avengers: Age Of Ultron

It’s time for the spectacle of the year. The continuation of one of the best superhero movies of all time. So, how does Avengers: Age of Ultron fares in the MCU?

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Asu Mare 2 (2015)

Asu Mare 2 takes place in 1997, right around the time when Carlos “Cachín” Alcántara was starting to work on Pataclaun and he’s trying his best to win over rich girl Emilia. However, the presence of Ricky, a rich handsome man who is also a pretty seductive guy and quite an asshole of a person who will put him through hell in his pursuit of Emilia.

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Dolly Ki Doli

Bunty aur Babli meets Dawaat-e-Ishq meets Runaway Bride with a flare of Queen as the Looteri Dulhan (aka. The Plundering Bride) cons men wanting to marry a young and beautiful (sometimes docile, sometimes wild) bride by stealing everything valuable they own on their wedding night.

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Horrible Bosses 2

Horrible Bosses 2 continues the trend of going against corporations that the previous film displayed and the trio keeps intact their same characteristics.

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November Man, The

Pierce Brosnan is back as a spy! As Peter Devereaux, an old and tired former CIA agent/problem solver, he has to deal with corrupt CIA agents, corrupt Russian politicians, and a former secret agent trainee. Why? Because this time, it gets personal.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

The latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film adaptation should have been retitled as “April O’Neil” because she’s the one that gets the most amount of screentime and focus as well as being highly important to the Turtles’ origins.

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BoJack Horseman – Season 1

In order to restore his celebrity status and become relevant to Hollywood again, BoJack Horseman decides to launch a tell-all autobiography.

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Noah (2014)

The most notable changes Aronofsky does with Noah is presenting the main character with extremist traits, providing the story a villain and giving a voice to women, which isn’t something you would notice on the Bible.

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Locke (2013)

Tom Hardy delivers one of his finest performances to date as he takes us through a self-destructive journey in which his character gets too many phone calls while driving inside a car.