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Don't Knock Twice (DVD) 25/09/2017

You won't knock twice

Don't Knock Twice (DVD) This is a typical horror movie, where we see the characters are inter-connected with the previous storyline where the spirits are looking out for people to seeks its revenge and stuff. Overall a one time watch but the exciting part is the twist and turns that comes with the movie. It does well in bits and pieces but as a whole the movie was a bit of disappointment from my point of view as my expectations where pretty high from the trailers that was launched prior to the movie. Sound effects where pretty much okay from the standard point of view. Off late not many horror movies have come up to the mark, so we can say that this one does an average job as well.

Now You See Me 2 (Blu-ray) 25/09/2017

Awesome movie

Now You See Me 2 (Blu-ray) For those who have seen Now you see me 1, the expectations would be a lot higher and the movie doesn't disappoint us. It starts where it left off. Lots of surprise and twists and turns. Isla Fisher literally gave her life for this movie (no pun intended), she literally drowned in the under water magical scene. Jesse is awesome as always and woody has come long way to show what an awesome actor he is. Jesse and Woody pair does magic on the screen once again. Do watch out for the extended version of the movie those who watch it on the Blu-ray. Pretty awesome Magic effects and that literally sums up the movie. To add it up it is not just a one time watch kinda movie, so better grab your copy of blu-ray disc and you watch it over and over again during a family get together or such..

Samsung WW80K6610QW 25/09/2017

Samsung Front Load Washing Machine

Samsung WW80K6610QW This is a nice product from Samsung, It is Top notch product, Fully automated with Front load functionality.The performance is really good. From my point of view, whenever Samsung comes up with a new product it does better than its previous version, The user manual doesn't provide much information except the technical aspects which a layman will not be able to get and make fully utilization of the new features. That being said, however once you come across all the features you will be really happy with the way the product turns out and what is capable of performing. Durability wise it is pretty much going great since haven't seen it having any performance issues. Finally go for it if you feel Samsung is the one for you, the budget is also pretty much under control..

Apple MacBook Air 25/09/2017

"Apple Excellent Top of the Class Product"

Apple MacBook Air "Apple Excellent Top of the Class Product" One of the best products from Apple, this is what differentiate Apple from the rest. The style, the class and don't forget the features. One of the fastest pc's in its range and with wide array of features. No hangup even when we use the most complicated of the softwares like the adobes and stuff. Thin and sleek design and what sets is apart from the rest is that feeling or the class. Good Performance and sufficient memory, added with an excellent battery life and highly portable. I would highly recommend it for someone who wants to not only have the best performance but also for the style factor. Five Star thumbs up from my side!!!!

Hacksaw Ridge (DVD) 23/09/2017

Best war movie ever

Hacksaw Ridge (DVD) Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge Directed by Mel Gibson Produced by Bill Mechanic David Permut Terry Benedict Paul Currie Bruce Davey Brian Oliver William D. Johnson Written by Robert Schenkkan Andrew Knight Starring Andrew Garfield Sam Worthington Luke Bracey Teresa Palmer Hugo Weaving Rachel Griffiths Vince Vaughn Music by Rupert Gregson-Williams Cinematography Simon Duggan Edited by John Gilbert Production companies Cross Creek Pictures Demarest Films Pandemonium Films Permut Productions Vendian Entertainment Distributed by Summit Entertainment (United States)[1] Icon Film Distribution (Australia) Release date September 4, 2016 (Venice) November 3, 2016 (Australia) November 4, 2016 (United States) Running time 139 minutes[2] Country United States Australia Language English Budget $40 million Box office $175.3 million One of the best war movies I have ever seen. Mel Gibson has done a wonderful job in bringing the real life story of ABC to life. The movie starts out with ABC’s father being an army man and the impact of his participation in the war the brings to his family. The struggle that the family goes through at each stage of life after his dad’s return from war. All the army friends of XYZ are either dead or critically injured. He loses out most of his comrades in the war. He struggles with constant fights with his wife and the kids too are at loggerheads most of the time. Meanwhile he beats up his wife daily and the kids fight constantly as well. The war has ...

Jaws 2 (DVD) 21/09/2017

Jaw 2 movie review

Jaws 2 (DVD) Post the shark attacks that horrified the residents of Amity, havoc wreaks the town again when they are tormented by a new series of attacks. Chief Brody comes to the rescue. MOVIE DETAILS In theaters: June 16, 1978 On DVD or streaming: June 14, 2016 Cast: Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary, Murray Hamilton Director: Jeannot Szwarc Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment Genre: Horror Topics: Book characters, Brothers and sisters, Ocean creatures Run time: 117 minutes MPAA rating: PG Initial release: 16 June 1978 (USA) Director: Jeannot Szwarc Box office: $187.9–208.9 million Based on: Characters; by Peter Benchley Budget: 30 million USD Jaws 2 is the 1978 follow-up to Jaws, which had once been the highest-grossing movie of all time. Just like the first Jaws, it almost goes without saying that there are shark attacks, only this one puts the teen characters as a whole in a lot more peril and panic than in the first one. There is some blood and gore in the attacks, and (spoiler alert) the shark is killed in dramatic fashion via electrocution. In terms of language, there is some mild profanity throughout, and it's worth mentioning that the phrase "for Christ's sake" is overused to the point where one can't help but notice the frequency in which it's used. There are also some teen shenanigans like drinking and sexual advances and boys talking about how a girl's breasts are comparable to a sparrow's. Chief Brody gets drunk after being relieved of duty. Cigarette smoking. Overall, ...

Date Night (Blu-ray) 19/09/2017

Date Night Rom Com Review

Date Night (Blu-ray) Date Night is a comedy film directed by Shawn Levy, written by Josh Klausner and starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey as a couple who get caught up in a case of mistaken identity while they are on a date. Steve Carell and Tina Fey star in director Shawn Levy's comedy about a couple whose routine date night becomes anything but when dinner and a movie just won't suffice anymore. Their union in imminent danger of becoming hopelessly monotonous, the desperate couple goes to unprecedented lengths in order to preserve the spark. Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, and Kristen Wiig co-star in the 20th Century Fox production. Cast[edit] Steve Carell as Phil Foster Tina Fey as Claire Foster Mark Wahlberg as Holbrooke Grant Taraji P. Henson as Detective Arroyo William Fichtner as District Attorney Frank Crenshaw James Franco as Tom "Taste" Felton/Tripplehorn Mila Kunis as "Whippit" Felton/Tripplehorn Mark Ruffalo as Brad Sullivan Kristen Wiig as Haley Sullivan Common as Detective Collins Jimmi Simpson as Detective Armstrong Bill Burr as Detective Walsh Leighton Meester as Katy Gal Gadot as Natanya Olivia Munn as the hostess J. B. Smoove as Cab Driver Michelle Galdenzi as Claw Waitress as himself Nick Kroll as the Maître D Jon Bernthal and Ari Graynor as a young couple Ray Liotta (uncredited) as Joe Miletto Plot: Phil and Claire Foster (Steve Carell and Tina Fey) are a married couple from New Jersey with two children, Ollie and Charlotte, and whose domestic life has become boring ...
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