Category: Hollywood Movies

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Terminator Genisys Movie

Terminator Genisys is the latest in the series of Terminator movies. However, rather than taking the story forward, it is a reboot of the original Terminator movie. Sadly, the movie fails to recreate the magic even with the special effects, show of muscle and the introduction of an entirely different timeline.

Plot: John Connor (Jason Clarke) sends his friend, Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back in time to 1984, to protect his mother Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke).Only this time Sarah is a battle-ready and hardened warrior, trained by her own Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) since she was 9. Sarah, being well aware of the future, is determined to stop Skynet once and for all and even undertakes time travel to an entirely different era. However, with a new Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) on their trail and complex personal relationship with Reese, does Sarah manage to avert the Judgement Day, now supposed to take place in 2017, is what forms the rest of the story.

Critic’s Review:The movie has received generally average reviews with a rating B+ … Find More

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The Gallows Movie

With a plot that has been repeated umpteen numbers of times, The Gallows has absolutely nothing new to offer to the audiences. There is not one interesting or innovative thought in the flick that was released in theatres on 10th Jul 2015. In addition to the plot being completely predictable, the movie lacks anything that can make it the least bit entertaining.

Plot: A group of teenagers finds the footage of a deadly freak accident that killed some students of their high school nearly 20 years back. The youngsters plan to restage the events found in the footage to commemorate the two decades of the Incident. Little do they know that they are setting off a chain of events that will put each one of them in the path of death?

Critic’s Review: The film has been criticised for the flaws in its narration as well as the being entirely ridiculous. It is a visually mess, that is easily forgettable as it is neither supports a fresh storyline nor is remotely scary. The … Find More