Tag Archives: Sam Claflin

Adrift (2018) Review

DIFFCULTLY STAYING AFLOAT   Tales of survival have always fascinated people. It’s an enigma that’s just as elusive as the dangerous journey of survival, but there’s just something about these stories that keeps viewers invested in the tales being told and the overall outcome of what happens to the individual / individuals. Whether it’s the battling the uncontrollable elements of

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Me Before You Review

TO LIVE BOLDLY   Since time immemorial in the cinematic world of movies, the romance genre has grown and flourished, engaging audiences and viewers with sweeping narratives of all things about love and the tender matters of the heart. Whether star-crossed lovers, reconnected childhood sweethearts, or the “fated chance” meeting of two individuals, romantic movies have span the ageless tapestry

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Review

THERE ARE MUCH WORSE GAMES TO PLAY   Back in 2012, moviegoers everywhere were introduced to the motion picture phenomenon The Hunger Games, a film adaptation that was based off of Suzanne Collins best-selling teen series. While the film, which followed the female protagonist Katniss Everdeen, had its critics, ultimately won over its millions of fans, paving the way for

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Review

A LACKLUSTER PART 1 ENDEAVOR Suzanne Collin’s The Hungers Games series haves been proven to be a lucrative franchise, selling millions of books worldwide and opening the floodgates to similar dystopian titles to readers everywhere. Along with the success of the books, its movie adaption franchise has grown with popularity and profit with the first film (The Hunger Games) grossing

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