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The Nice Guys – Movie Review

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The Nice Guys

Rated: 15

Directed By: Shane Black

Starring: Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling and Angourie Rice.

Released: 19th May 2016

Based is the 70’s, The Nice Guys follows the story of two private investigators as they team up to investigate a dead Porn Star. Played by Russell Crowe, Jackson Healy, is the lovable tough guy who breaks fingers for a living. Ryan Gosling plays Holland March, an alcoholic, single Dad, he’s a bit of a scammer and will do anything for a quick buck.

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Orange is the New Black- Season 4 – Full Season Review

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Orange is the New Black

Created By: Jenji Kohan

Starring: Taylor Schilling, Kate Mulgrew, Dascha Polanco and Nick Sandow.

Released: June 17th on Netflix.

This Netflix Original series has had it’s ups and downs. But season 3 was definitely its lowest point. So lets hope season 4 picks up!

We last saw the girls frolicing through a whole in the fence to the nearby lake at the end of the last season. Splashing and having fun, and season 4 carries straight on from their.

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White Walkers / Others Are Not Evil – A Game of Thrones Fan Theory.

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A particular obsession of mine is The HBO television series Game of Thrones. The television show is based on the book series, A Song of Ice and Fire, and due to the extensive content of the books, the show can sometimes skip over some facts of leave out little bits of information.

With so much content it is no wonder that there are several YouTube channels dedicated to Game of Thrones related discussions and fan theories.  The fan theories look to answer questions that the books and television show have yet to reveal: for example, who are Jon Snow’s parents?

That is just one of many theories that exist and I’ll link some of my favourite channels at the end of the post.

But as I have been obsessively watching these videos and I now consider myself a Game of Thrones expert: My own theories have been slowly forming in my mind.

I have come to the conclusion that the Others and White Walkers are not evil.

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Warcraft – Movie Review

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Warcraft

Rated: 12A

Directed By: Duncan Jones

Starring: Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton and Ben Foster.

Released: 30th May 2016

Viewed: 11:50am at Cineworld Glasgow in 3D

Warcraft is an action adventure movie, where two opposing sides must fight for land and the survival of their people. Warcraft is based on the popular game of the same title, which later became the massive online multiplayer game World of Warcraft.

World of Warcraft at its prime had around 12 million active players. One of which was me. Always opting for the magic based players, my highest level character was a Draenei Shaman. My alter ego’s name was Ashanda, and together we fought monsters and traveled the world creating fond memories in the mythical realm of Azeroth. For nostalgic reasons my hopes were high for the Warcraft movie.

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The Road to El Dorado (2000) – New to Netflix Review

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The Road to El Dorado 

Rated: U

Directed By: Bibo Bergeron, and Don Paul @ DreamWorks Animation.

Starring: Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, and Rosie Perez.

Released: 4th August 2000

Con-artists and friends, Miguel (Kenneth Branagh) And Tulio (Kevin Kline) find themselves stranded on a tropical island as they flee from Spain. All hope is not lost however as this island just so happens to be the island where the Mythical City of Gold, El Dorado is hidden.

To further their luck, Miguel managed to win the Map to El Dorado in a bet and they brought a horse with them. Just for good measure and to save on walking.

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