The Not So Perfect Guy

Is anyone else as excited about this dark, sexy and thrilling upcoming release? Not only is there the beautiful and talented Sanaa Lathan and the very scrumptious Morris Chestnut in “The Perfect Man“, but Michael Ealy continue’s his psycho persona by starring as Sanaa’s stalker. The film comes out in September and I’m definitely checking it out. The casting is moviephenomenal and the plot is … Continue reading The Not So Perfect Guy

Blog Tour Stop: Effectuation by Carlyn Greenwald

Welcome to EY mag’s stop on Carlyn Greenwald‘s Effectuation Blog Tour, hosted by Shane @ Itching for Books. Check out the promo post below, along with a thrilling excerpt and giveaway: Release date: October 16th 2013 Self-Published Purchase: Amazon Synopsis via Goodreads: On an earth where the spirit world and human world not only comingle but know each other’s deepest secrets, Ewan Trace is an ordinary college senior … Continue reading Blog Tour Stop: Effectuation by Carlyn Greenwald

Taken 2, is that a good idea?

Liam Neeson will reprise his role as a former CIA agent with deadly skills stopping at nothing to keep his family safe. In the first release, he set out to retrieve his daughter from kidnappers who obviously had no idea who they were messing with, in the sequel, a group of idiots will set out to take revenge for the men Liam killed in the previous. 

The plot is predictable but the action is just as hardcore as seen in part one. Was it a good idea to release a second, as long as its as good as the trailer, which I’m guessing it is, then this sequel is right up my alley. 

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Faces in the crowd

Aside from the fact that the movie poster looks like a revised version of the ‘Final Destination‘ poster in a more attractive way, ‘Faces In The Crowd‘ once again proves that action stars can deliver in dramatic roles as well. I’ve been a fan of Milla Jovovich since I’ve watched her and that other hot guy get steamy while being the only two people on an island in ‘Return To The Blue Lagoon.‘ I was only a child then but I was undeniably captivated by Milla’s performance in that film. Anyways, back to the present. ‘Faces In The Crowd‘ tells the story about a woman (Milla) suffering from “face blindness” after surviving a violent attack. Her condition causes her severe distress as not only does faces change every time she sees them, this is also an opportunity for her attacker to strike again for even though she’s seen his face, she couldn’t possibly identify him. Well, doesn’t that suck! Continue reading “Faces in the crowd”

“Insidious”

Long has it been since I’ve sat down and watched a scary movie and actually got spooked. And being that I’ve yet to write a full review on some film of interest, I decided to take on “Insidious“. The James Wan horror is based on a family fighting to protect their child from being consumed by evil and taken into the realms of ‘the further’, all while he’s lying in a coma. Continue reading ““Insidious””

Do you know the “Source Code?”

 

Jake Gyllenhaal‘s latest sci-fi thriller had me at the edge of my seat. The movie was an adrenaline the moment it began til the credits rolled. Ok I’m getting carried away, but that’s how sick “Source Code” is. Here’s my brief review. Jake plays a soldier who awakens on a moving train and finds a weird girl, played by Michelle Monaghan, talking to him casually like they’ve known each other for years, and calling him by a name he is unaware of. Jake gets frantic and starts to ponder on what exactly is going on, later checking out his reflection in the mirror to find someone else looking back. Shortly after, the train blows up and Jake wakes up inside this weird room filled with some enhanced technological equipment that hasn’t hit the market yet. Continue reading “Do you know the “Source Code?””