The Road to El Dorado
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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Directed By: Ben Stillar.
Starring: Ben Stillar, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz, and Will Ferrell.
Released: 12th February 2016.
Derek Zoolander is the dumbass, model that everybody loves. His pout is perfection and the teens of Instagram have been trying to imitate him for years.
Way back in 2001 when the original film was released it was silly, fun and quickly became a cult favorite. But did you ever lie awake at night wondering what Derek is up to now?
No me either.
So why on earth did they make this movie?
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Captain America: Civil War
Directed By: Anthony and Joe Russo (The Russo Brothers)
Starring: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson and Sebastian Stan.
Released: April 29th, 2016
Showing: May 1st, 8pm in 3D at Cineworld, Glasgow.
Civil War is the third instalment in the Captain America movie franchise. The Avengers have saved the world for a second time, but now they have to answer for the lives they have taken and the damage they have caused in the process. The government want to regulate and rein in the Super Hero’s fighting team. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) agrees with the plan, yet Captain America (Chris Evans) disagrees seeing flaws in the idea. This causes The Avengers to disassemble and pick a side to fight for.
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Game Of Thrones.
Created by: David Benioff and D.B Weiss.
Starring: Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington and Peter Dinklage.
Episode Aired: 25th April 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
First airing in 2011, Game of Thrones is a Television Show drama based on the novels, A Song of Ice and Fire, written by George R.R. Martin. It tells the story of all of the noble houses of the fictional lands of Westeros and their fight for their claim to The Iron Throne.
The end of season 5 of Game of Thrones left us with many a cliff hanger:
- Is Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) dead?
- Is Arya (Maise Williams) permanently blind?
- Is Dany (Emilia Clarke) ok?
- Will Sansa (Sophie Turner) flay Ramsay (Iwan Rheon)?
- Will Cersei (Leana Headey) seek Revenge or better yet how cruel will her revenge be?
- Is Gendry (Joe Dempsie) still rowing?
- What the fuck is going on with Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright)?
So many questions they can not possibly all be answered in this episode but my hopes are high and I’m praying to the Old Gods and The New for an answer.
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Fear The Walking Dead.
Created by: Dave Erikson & Robert Kirkman.
Starring: Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis and Frank Dillane.
Episode Aired: 15th April 9:00pm on AMC.
Fear the Walking Dead (FTWD) is a spin-off series to the very successful AMC Television Drama, The Walking Dead(TWD). FTWD takes place in Los Angeles and shares more details on the collapse of society, aiming to fill in the gaps that TWD created.
Series 1 left us with the Clark, Manawa and Salazar families as they escaped a corrupt, military protected, housing estate. They followed the mysterious Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) to his luxurious house, where they killed off Elizabeth Ortiz (Elizabeth Rodriguez) as she was bitten and the survival goal seems to involve a boat.
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