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Archive for May, 2013

2013
27
May

Hangover 3 Movie Review

Hangover 3 Movie Review

Any Hangover 3 movie review you will find is going to mention that the third film is the perfect end to the trilogy. They will also contain spoilers for the film itself, so that should be taken into account. As the film opens, Mr. Chow escapes a foreign prison, then the focus turns to everyone’s favorite man child Alan (Zach Galifiananakis) is driving down the freeway with a giraffe in an attached trailer. While driving down the road, he focuses on everything but what’s in front of him and the scene plays out in a very predictable manner.

What then follows is everything from Alan’s father dying, a quick funeral scene and the decision to take Alan to a rehab facility. However, the old gang believes they owe it to Alan to go to the facility as a group and to have one final outing as the wolf pack.

2013
26
May

Star Trek: Into Darkness Review

The Excitement of Star Trek: Into Darkness

The Star Trek Into Darkness Movie was made just as much for the fans as it was for the general public. It’s a great science fiction action movie that barely sits still for a minute, giving every single moviegoer a fun ride. For long-time Star Trek fans, it’s full of references that jump out even when you’re completely engrossed in the action of the plot.

Even in the opening scene, we hear Spock allude to the sanctity of the Prime Directive and the necessity of avoiding interfering with the development of alien cultures, a familiar theme in the Star Trek universe that certainly warrants a mention.

2013
06
May

Iron Man 3 Movie Review

Iron Man 3 Movie Review

Iron Man 3 mostly succeeds at giving the viewers what they want from an Iron Man movie. The film has stunning special effects, gripping action scenes, and the iconic characters that have become even more famous since the first films in the trilogy. In Iron Man 3, Robert Downey Junior continues to give Tony Stark an almost unprecedented level of depth. He is a deeply compelling character to spend time with, and certainly one that is capable of sustaining our attention as viewers for a full three films.