Review by Gene
Pixar Studios has one of the best reputations in the business for turning out original stories and endearing characters. They continue that trend with Inside Out, as the emotions of a young girl are brought to life and we watch the often hilarious, and sometimes heartwarming interactions between them. But does Inside Out hit the spot like so many other Pixar flicks? (Minor spoilers ahead)
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I may say those who harness technology for this kind of industry will have a big impact on the entertainment industry.
UK Release Date: 6th March 2015
Runtime: 101 minutes
Director: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Writer: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Starring: Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth
Synopsis: A sharp professor finds her life changing suddenly when she is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Very few people could quarrel with Julianne Moore winning Best Actress at this year’s Academy Awards. Her performance in Still Alice is excellent, but it’s also a gong that’s long overdue given Moore’s glittering career as arguably modern cinema’s greatest actress. Moore is a deserving winner and Still Alice is every inch her movie.
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Princesses interest us, possibly, because we characterize every fable aspect of the fairy fictions we have been reading during our younger years. We question how they are for having a handsome partner and the miraculous lives they ought to be living at the back of those massive stone walls of great palaces. Present princesses have shed an even tougher preference for us, maybe because they are so typical. They seemed to be just like us in each way. They are now dressed in shirts and jeans, are going in school and colleges and are starting to work differently charities or corporations. Actually, a lot of these princesses are not naturally born in a royal family, but have climbed the throne by the asset of their character and charm.
Below are the top ten princesses of the world who have us carefully beneath their charm and glamour.
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I like the poop.
UK Release Date: 7th March 2014
Runtime: 100 minutes
Director: Tim Story
Writer: Greg Coolidge, Jason Mantzoukas, Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi
Starring: Kevin Hart, Ice Cube, Tika Sumpter, John Leguizamo, Laurence Fishburne
Synopsis: In order to impress his girlfriend’s aggressive brother, a young wannabe cop must go out on a day of action to prove his mettle.
Loud, crude comedies are pretty much the entire output of Hollywood’s “funny” people at the moment. When animated movies are pulling in the money and the plaudits, it seems like Hollywood thinks the solution is to make comedies louder and more annoying. On which note, Ride Along arrives in cinemas, starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube.
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