Whether you are a fan of the Fast & Furious franchise or not, you can still appreciate the tactful – and very emotional way – director James Wan paid his regards to the late actor, along with the whole cast and crew. Buckle your seat belts for this one but beware, spoilers are included (and I’m not talking about the bodywork pieces).
Alex Garland’s movie taps into the issue of artificial intelligence, robots and God complex. But hidden in the final scene of the movie is a message that seems more powerful than the rest.
The CW hit show returned on Thursday for its 6th season. Following on to last season cliffhanger that saw Damon and Bonnie seemingly swept into oblivion the first episode did not deliver much clues about what was to come for them, the content was indeed more profound.
Talk about creepy! Maroon 5’s latest video is by far their worse, and it’s not only because of the rather dubious quality of the song. Lire la suite There is something very wrong with Maroon 5’s « Animals » video
John Carney’s follow-up to his debut movie, Once, is a pure cinematic gem you should not deprive yourself of. It is everything a movie should be – or at least should strive to be – humane, uplifting, inspiring and also yes, a little bit funny. The cast is also not so bad – which never hurts: Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeld, James Corden and ‘that douchebag from Maroon 5′ aka Adam Levine.
Only Peter Dinklage could make an episode of GOT more enjoyable than the exquisite and long awaited death of King Joffrey. Tyrion Lannister was the highlight of the latest Game of Thrones episode. And highlight that turned into a full on firework in the final minutes.
I finally saw Divergent today. I had been dying to see it for over a year after hearing that Shailene had been cast as Tris. I read the three books earlier this year thanks to an awesome Christmas gift from my best friend and it made me even more anxious to see it on screen. Lire la suite Divergent, the movie
The 42-year-old actor delivered one of the most touching speeches of the night as he received the Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club. Lire la suite The Oscar for Best Acceptance Speech goes to … Jared Leto
There were quite a few name missing from last Sunday’s Academy Awards « In Memoriam » Segment. Zap2it compiled a list of those forgotten names. I don’t know all of the names on the list but there is one thing I know, all of them should have been in the segment. There is no reason valid enough to leave out any member of the industry whatever his role or rank in that industry. Lire la suite ‘In Memoriam’ segment – where it failed the industry
Here is the (very) last-minute list of my favorites (in bold) for this year’s Oscars, vote in the comments and keep your fingers crossed ;) Lire la suite And the Oscar goes to …