Friday, 25 November 2016

Robert Pattinson

When the term Vampire comes, the Goosebumps gets straightened up. But, there is a vampire in the Hollywood, who made such an impact on the people, especially girls that his character “Edward” became unforgettable.

I am talking about none the other but Robert Pattinson, the hunkiest and the sexiest man in the Hollywood.  He is an English actor, model, musician, and producer. He was born in London. He never had more interest in acting but still, seeing his looks he was asked to audition for different shows and movies. Before entering in the movie line, he made his appearance in very different shows but due to some issues, these scenes were deleted. Afterward, he got the chance in the most terrific movie and that was “Harry Potter”, where he played the character of Credric Diggory.

In the year 2008, became the landmark for him, as he got the character of “Edward Cullen”, which was a breakthrough for him. He gained his popularity from “Twilight”. After, the movie he became the king of many girls heart. His gained popularity allowed him to bag many high budget movies, and which also gained the same appreciation and popularity.

Apart from acting, Pattison also loves Modelling, which he began when he was 12 years old. He also loves music and other media stuff. His other likes enhance his attributes.

The reason behind his success is not just his smartness but his acting skills as well. He takes his work very seriously and calmly. Guess, the reason behind his success is his prominent nature towards his work.

Friday, 18 November 2016

Hacksaw Movie Review

In our smart world, when it comes to entertainment majority of the people go for watching movies but which movie to choose is a little bit a weird task because you don’t even know what type of story you are going to see and I am here to mitigate your problems by providing you with the unfiltered review of a movie named hacksaw ridge

Lets start with some basic information-

Firstly I want to tell you that Hacksaw Ridge is a nickname of a cliff face Maeda escarpment of Okinawa. This film is directed by Mel Gibson( famous for movie like passion of Christ) and written by Andrew knight and Robert schenkkan . Starring Andrew Garfield as a lead role( Desmond doss), Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Vince Vaughn.


This movie is biography war in which the character is of army family background. In this movie his father had served in army as a soldier and his brother has also joined army and like that he is also being forced against his will and his father’s will because he never wanted to loose his children as he lost his best friend in war. Desmond doss never wanted to kill any person but wanted save people and because of this he opposed lifting the rifle and stopped his training. Gradually he became and outcast in his group as everyone was serving as a soldier whereas he opted to become conscientious objector. While he was in his training he was beaten up by his peers but he never disclosed it and continued his training and became an medic. Doss and the unit were assigned to the 77th Infantry Division and are sent to the Pacific theater to participate in the Battle of Okinawa and this is the main phase where he saves 75 soldiers in a counter attack by Japanese army without lifting a weapon.


This movie is based on the true story of Desmond Doss who was the first and only person in world war 2 to be awarded with Medal of honor. This story depicts the suffering of doss as being an odd in al the evens and to be come out as life saver in the suffering of the American army. From staring till the end this movie will not gonna disappoint any viewer and will spread good vibes for people who are determined with their choices they make.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Review Mr.-Church

For starters, get introduced to an all new Eddie Murphy. His trademark mirth goes missing as you meet the man who cooks, devours literature, paints, dances, and plays jazz music. And the victory of the film lies in the fact that though so many of his facets are revealed, he still continues to remain n enigma.

He begins his journey with the Brody family quietly taking charge of their kitchen with his culinary skills. Though young Charlie resents him initially, he eventually wins her over with his mouth watering preparations. Not to forget, he also gives her reading tips that she later grows to value. Keeping Marie cancer a secret from the young girl, who doesn’t know that her mother is about to die, church who has had a troubled childhood quietly assumes the role of a caring elder in the household.   

 The story told by Beresford unfolds in a fairly tale style. It is shot lovingly, so the film exudes an old world charm. Writer Susan McMartin keeps the viewer thoroughly engaged with two simultaneous tracks.

Murphy is subtle and brilliant as the subservient black man whose only aim is to give happiness to the mother – daughter duo, who he has been gifted to. Britt Robertson also renders a heart- warming performance. Ditto Natasha McElhone.As the terminally-ill, beauteous Marie, her act gives you those lump in the throat moments. If you are in the mood for some soppy, sentimental stuff, give this film a try.  

Sunday, 6 November 2016


Critics Consensus: Monotonously formulaic, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is one action thriller sequel whose title also assists as a warning.
Directed by Edward Zwick and written by Lee Child (based on the book "Never Go Back" by), Richard Wenk (screenplay) , the movies casts  Tom CruiseCobie SmuldersAldis Hodge as lead roles.

Jack Reacher must unearth the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear his name. On the run as a fugitive from the law, Reacher uncovers a potential secret from his past that could change his life persistently.

Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) isn’t a talky person. He’s a loner with no middle name and no permanent address. He lives in fleabag motels, gets around by hitchhiking, and tends to converse with his fists, though only after repeated warnings have failed. He is not, to put it slightly, father or husband material.
Never Go Back isn’t the most favorable subtitle for a sequel, but Tom Cruise revenues with reasonable honor as Lee Child’s taciturn ex-army drifter-cum-√úbermensch-without-portfolio. Jack Reacher, directed by Christopher McQuarrie four years ago, was splendidly to the point, and this follow-up by dependable veteran Edward Zwick (Legends of the Fall, The Last Samurai) is equally fat-free. Admittedly, it’s also a touch flavor-free, but it smears itself to telling its story single-mindedly, with a minimum of digression and frills. Here, Reacher teams up with a courageous teen (Danika Yarosh) and a US army major (Cobie Smulders, from Agents of SHIELD et al) who’s been targeted by a nefarious Halliburton-esque corporation. They all run a lot, but you can tell that this franchise has been set up as a way for Cruise to get somewhat less strenuous exercise than in Mission: Impossible. Possibly to minimize distraction, the supporting cast is on the bland side, but it’s nice to get a glimpse of Robert Knepper, the inimitable abject T-Bag in TV’s Prison Break.

Movie review of Doctor Strange

Doctor strange artfully balances its source material against the blockbuster constraints of the MCU delivering a thorough superhero origin of the story in the bargain. The average rating is 7.3/10 total reviews counted 221 under which 199 is fresh and 22 is still under dilemma, the story is about a disgraced former surgeon named Stephen strange (Benedict Cumber batch) becomes a powerful sorcerer under the tutelage of a mystic known as ancient one (Tilda Swinton) .Rachel McAdams mads Mikkelsen and Chiwetel Ejiofor co-star in this entry in the marvel cinematic universe. Directed by Scott Derrickson

It is an action and adventure, science fiction and fantasy based movie which will always retain your attention for 130 minutes. Doctor strange might be the future of marvel the most notable thing about doctor strange isn't its dizzying visual effects or its kaleidoscopic action sequences; it is how much time goes by before the movie reminds you that it is set in the marvel cinematic universe.

Around halfway through its two-hour run time a librarian tells surgeon turned sorcerer in training Stephen strange that strange fellow students aren't just budding masters of arcane but a cosmic complement to the avengers in defending the earth malevolent outsiders rather than feeding into the ever-expanding ever more complicated narrative web of MCU , strange wins big by staying small 

Friday, 4 November 2016


The unusual horror sequel made with considerably more wit, craft, and imagination than its predecessor, “Ouija: Origin of Evil” feels less like the continuation of a budding franchise than an apology for what went wrong the primary time. Writer-director Mike Flanagan  takes over the artistic reins from Helmer Stiles White and institutes a welcome theatrical shift from the role terrorized teens plot of 2014’s “Ouija.” And yet as much as Flanagan does to set his film apart, the follow-up is eventually bogged down by the backstory baggage it’s forced to deliver.
Michael Fimognari’s graceful deep-focus camerawork blends a nostalgic feel with contemporary technology and builds tension with disturbing bits of business unfolding in the background or extreme foreground of scenes. Flanagan’s own cutting delivers recurrent jolts through jump scares, and unlike the monotonous fake-outs of “Ouija,” there’s usually something on screen to justify the tactic here. 

Flanagan works his soundtrack over, but with co-writer Jeff Howard he sets so much bizarre narrative running – mom’s disenchanted relationship with a priest, unsettled paternity issues, and Doris’s overnight grasp of Polish – that he doesn’t have to rely on loud noises to capture the attention.

Arguably he’s caught trying too tough. The final movement doesn’t tie matters up so much as spiral outwards into schlocky incoherence. Still, the procedure is upended somewhat: this time, the Ouija board itself is a trivial player, less a piece of obligatory product placement than a springboard for ideas, be it wayward or workable. It’s still no scarier than any branded content, and perhaps only the most lukewarm slumber party would truly need it. Yet if it is questioned that whether Origin of Evil offers a better quality of time-wasting than its predecessor, the answer would be YES.