$ex Tape Movie

With her light great looks, her knowing cheer, and a grin that spreads over her face like a seismic tremor’s blame line, Cameron Diaz is a characteristic for lighthearted comedy.


In her new, R-evaluated $ex-Tape, she plays Annie, spouse of Jason Segel’s Jay, and 10 years after they experienced passionate feelings for, she finds that their routine of work and parenthood has sapped the $exual happiness they once felt just by gazing at each other. On her loquacious blog, she asks, “How the hellfire do you get it back?” You may offer a similar conversation starter about the romantic comedy; these are unsafe circumstances for one of Hollywood’s wealthiest and most solid types. Possibly current culture is the offender.

The old figure of speech of kid meets young lady, kid loses young lady, kid gets young lady — a romantic tale promising perpetual quality — appears to be completely out of adjust with an age when kid and young lady meet on the web, attach in school, never require wed and, in the event that they do, have a half shot of getting a no-blame separation. Or on the other hand maybe we should accuse manly relationship: the holding of man to man has almost supplanted the person lady show.

Whatever the reason, no period in film history has … Continue Reading

Crawl: How Scary A Category 5 Hurricane Could Be?

Crawl portrays the view of a devastating hurricane that brings with it a bigger danger than a submerged city. A pack of gigantic alligators enters the city in the hunt of prey. A family stuck in the submerged city fights back to safety.


A Florida town gets a Category 5 hurricane warning. The residents are asked to escape to safe places but Haley Keller (Kaya Scodelario) has to defy the orders to go in search of her lost father Dave (Barry Pepper). She finds Dave in the crawlspace basement of their family home but the rising water level make it difficult for the father-daughter duo to escape. Also, there are predators in the water. Would Haley Keller be able to evacuate and aging Dave to safety?

Highlights of the movie

  • Portrayal of a true alligator event from Hurricane Florence
  • Water with its predators encroached upon a vibrant city
  • Bloody creature violence with strong bloody injury
  • Slow build-up of tension and terse language
  • Prolong consistent horror of man-eating gators

Crawl First Look & Poster

The Wikipedia poster of Crawl is a handmade design featuring an inundated city with overcast sky. Strong wind and lightening effect are also seen in the poster. Also, there is half submerged red car but the prime attraction is a danger board with picture of a Continue Reading