Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (2012) Review -

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a 2012 American dim dream activity blood and gore movie coordinated by Timur Bekmambetov, in light of the 2010 mashup novel of a similar name. The tale's creator, Seth Grahame-Smith, composed the screenplay and filled in as a chief maker.


Benjamin Walker stars as the title character with supporting functions by Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rufus Sewell, and Marton Csokas. The genuine figure Abraham Lincoln, the leader of the United States from 1861 until 1865, is depicted in the novel and the film as having a mystery way of life as a vampire tracker.


The film was delivered by Tim Burton, Bekmambetov, and Jim Lemley, with Simon Kinberg as a chief maker. Recording started in Louisiana in March 2011 and the film was delivered in Real D 3D on June 20, 2012 in the United Kingdom and June 22, 2012 in the United States.


The film got blended audits, with pundits applauding the visual style, activity groupings, innovation, Walker's exhibition and Henry Jackman's melodic score, however analysis was focused on its screenplay, the excessively genuine and conflicting tone, abuse of CGI, and pacing.

The Kissing Booth 2 Review 2020

The Kissing Booth 2 Review 2020

The Kissing Booth 2 Review : Cast, Story and Many More...!!!


The Kissing Booth 2 is a 2020 Released American teenager romantic comedy film which directed by Vince Marcello, from a screenplay by Marcello and Jay Arnold.


The Kissing Booth 2 Cast

  • Joey King as Rochelle Elle Evans
  • Joel Courtney as Lee Flynn
  • Jacob Elordi as Noah Flynn
  • Maisie Richardson-Sellers as Chloe Winthrop
  • Taylor Perez as Marco Pena
  • Molly Ringwald as Mrs. Flynn
  • Meganne Young as Rachel
  • Morn Visser as Mr. Flynn
  • Bianca Bosch as Olivia
  • Carson White as Brad
  • Tyler Chaney as Stunts

The Kissing Booth 2 Story

The film begins with Elle portraying her time with Noah before he leaves for Harvard. Her senior year begins with her colleagues tattling how she and Noah will inevitably separate, making her dread as Noah has become a close acquaintance with an appealing young lady named Chloe as she checks his Instagram. Elle and Lee are arranging the kissing stall again for the Charity Fair, while Lee is attempting to persuade Elle to have Marco Pea, the appealing exchange new understudy to be one of the kissers. Elle beats Marco on the moving game driving him to take an interest in the corner. Noah recommends Elle to apply to Harvard, which conflicts with her arrangements to learn at Berkeley University with Lee (where their mothers met and became companions). Elle does it without telling Lee.


Elle visits Noah in Boston, meeting his new companions and Chloe, making her increasingly uncertain. She finds a stud beneath Noahs bed driving her mad and defying Noah, who guarantees her nothing has occurred among him and Chloe and requesting that her trust him. Elle converses with her dad about school educational costs and learns cash is an issue and is eager to take part with Lee on a move rivalry with a money prize for the primary spot. Lee has a mishap on one of their training meetings (later uncovered to be phony) and proposes Marco to turn into her move accomplice, which she isnt too glad to even think about accepting however inevitably does. As Marco and Elle begin relaxing together they develop nearer, and a fascination between them starts.

Unbeknownst to Elle, Lees relationship with Rachel is having issues, as Elle is going wherever with them and not letting them have their time as a team. In the wake of leaving Rachel holding up at the motion pictures, she requests that Lee talks with Elle, promising he will yet never does. The Halloween Dance shows up, and Lee neglects to reveal to Rachel that they changed outfits (Rachel was a marshmallow while Lee and Elle would have been wafers making a more) upsetting her considerably more. Elle shares a hit the dance floor with Marco, nearly kissing him yet stops when tuning in to the OMG young ladies tattling about her.


The day of the opposition Lee finds on his vehicle trunk Elles applications to Harvard, incensing him. Elle and Marco exceed expectations at their presentation and she kisses him toward the finish of their move, not realizing Noah was on the group making him leave. Elle needs to follow him at the time she and Marco are declared the champs. Thanksgiving supper occurs at Flynns living arrangement, where Noah shows up with Chloe, upsetting Elle who is stood up to by Lee for not enlightening him concerning her application to Harvard and Rachel being annoyed with her too. During the supper, Rachel finds Lee never talked with Elle and says a final farewell to him leaving. Elle attempts to persuade Rachel to accommodate with Lee yet is ineffective. She additionally gives back the hoop to Chloe, who affirms it has a place with her. She uncovers that one night she snoozed Noahs room when he was out and left it there.

The day of the jamboree shows up, and both Lee and Rachel accommodate in the wake of being blindfolded and kissing each other at the kissing corner. Elle is likewise blindfolded and is drawn nearer by Marco, who needs to chat with her about their sentiments. Elle admits to Marco there is a fascination between them, yet discloses to him she adores Noah and goes searching for him at the air terminal. Chloe discloses to her he went to search for her, and Elle discovers him in the safe house park where they kiss and admit each other their sentiments.

At Graduation, Lee offers with Elle that he was acknowledged at Berkeley and inquires as to whether she got a reaction which she answers she was waitlisted at both Berkeley and Harvard. When Elle opens the two envelopes in her room it turns out she was acknowledged in the two colleges, which will constrain her to settle on a choice: go to Harvard with Noah or Berkeley with Lee.

The Change-Up (2011) Review


The Change-Up is a 2011 American fantasy romantic comedy film produced and directed by David Dobkin, written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman.
The film was released on August 5, 2011, in North America, by Universal Pictures. It received negative reviews from critics.
In Atlanta, Dave is married with three kids, while his friend Mitch is single and at his sexual prime. After getting drunk at a bar, Mitch and Dave urinate into a fountain, simultaneously wishing they had each other's lives.
The next morning, Mitch and Dave realize they have switched bodies. They return to the park to wish for their lives back, but the fountain has been removed for restoration. Forced to wait until the parks department locates the fountain, Mitch and Dave agree to pose as each other. At Dave's law office, Mitch befriends Dave’s assistant Sabrina, but his lack of professionalism and legal knowledge sabotage an important merger with a Japanese firm. Dave arrives at Mitch's film shoot, discovering it is a "lorno" – "light" pornography.
Dave takes Mitch to tell his wife Jamie the truth, but Jamie does not believe him. Dave advises Mitch on how to behave professionally, and Mitch sets up Dave on a date with Sabrina, on whom Mitch has a crush.
After speaking with his father, Mitch rededicates himself to Dave's life. At her ballet recital, Dave’s eldest child Cara takes Mitch's advice and throws her bully to the floor, to which Mitch foul-mouthedly cheers. Cara tells Mitch that she loves him and Mitch says the same, but feels guilty.

127 Hours (2010) Review


127 Hours is a 2010 British-American biographical survival drama film co-written, produced and directed by Danny Boyle. The film stars James Franco, Kate Mara, Amber Tamblyn and Clémence Poésy.
In the film, canyoneer Aron Ralston must find a way to escape after he gets trapped by a boulder in an isolated slot canyon in Bluejohn Canyon, southeastern Utah, in April 2003. It is a British and American venture produced by Pathé, Everest Entertainment, Film4 Productions, HandMade Films and Cloud Eight Films.
The film, based on Ralston's memoir Between a Rock and a Hard Place (2004), was written by Boyle and Simon Beaufoy, co-produced by Christian Colson and John Smithson, and scored by A. R. Rahman. Beaufoy, Colson, and Rahman had all previously worked with Boyle on Slumdog Millionaire (2008).
127 Hours was well received by critics and audiences and was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Actor for Franco and Best Picture.
The film's title refers to the period of non-stop activity from when Ralston awoke on the day of his accident to when he was put under anesthesia during his rescue.

That Awkward Moment (2014) Review


That Awkward Moment (released as Are We Officially Dating? in Australia, Indonesia, and New Zealand) is a 2014 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Tom Gormican in his directorial debut.
The film stars Zac Efron, Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis, and Jessica Lucas. The film had its Los Angeles premiere on January 27, 2014, and it was widely released on January 31 in the United States.
Jason is sitting on a bench in New York City waiting for someone to arrive. A voiceover explains that he has been waiting for a long time, but to explain why, he needs to go back to the beginning.
Jason begins by telling the audience that every relationship reaches the "So..." moment, where someone in the relationship will want to take the relationship to a more serious place. At that point, Jason knows the relationship is over, as he is not ready to start dating.
Jason is currently working with his best friend Daniel at a publishing house designing book covers. Their friend Mikey, a young doctor who has been married to Vera since the end of college, comes to them after Vera requests a divorce. The three decide to go out to a bar and celebrate being single. The group meets up with Daniel's female wingman, Chelsea, as they try to get Mikey's mind off of his wife.
Mikey meets a girl with glasses, while Jason meets Ellie, and hits it off with her after teasing another man that was trying to buy her a drink. Mikey gets "Glasses" number, but puts off calling her, resolving to work it out with Vera. Jason sleeps with Ellie, but leaves her apartment in a hurry after jumping to the mistaken conclusion that she is a prostitute.

Robin Hood (2010) Review


Robin Hood is a 2010 action-adventure film based on the Robin Hood legend, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, William Hurt, Mark Strong, Mark Addy, Oscar Isaac, Danny Huston, Eileen Atkins, and Max von Sydow.
Development first began on the project in January 2007 with Universal Pictures' purchase of a spec script by Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris which would see the film focus on a more prominent and sympathetic Sheriff of Nottingham.
Casting Crowe in the title role, with Ridley Scott hired to direct later that same year. Rewrites would delay the film throughout 2008, with Brian Helgeland hired to rewrite the screenplay, which saw a refocus of the story to be about Robin Hood once again, abandoning the Nottingham angle entirely. Filming would commence in March 2009 throughout England and Wales.
Robin Hood held its world premiere at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival the same day as its United Kingdom and Ireland releases. It was then released on 14 May 2010 in North America. The film received mixed reviews and grossed $321.7 million worldwide.

10,000 BC (2008) Review


10,000 BC is a 2008 American epic action-adventure film directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Steven Strait and Camilla Belle. The film is set in the prehistoric era and depicts the journeys of a prehistoric tribe of mammoth hunters.
The world premiere was held on February 10, 2008 at Sony Center on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.
The film was a box office hit, but consistently regarded by professional critics as Emmerich's worst film, as well as one of the worst films of the year.
Circa 10,000 BC, a hunter-gatherer tribe called the Yagahl live in the Caucasus Mountains and survive by hunting woolly mammoths. The tribe is led by a hunter who has killed a mammoth single-handedly and earned the White Spear, and venerate Old Mother, an elderly woman with shamanistic powers.
The mammoths begin to dwindle, and the village chief finds a young girl named Evolet who survived a massacre of her village, perpetrated by what Old Mother calls "four-legged demons" who will come when "the Yagahl go on their last hunt". She prophesies that whoever kills the leader of the "demons" will win both Evolet and the White Spear, becoming the next village chief. The tribe believe that the "demons" are mammoths, whose return will save them from starvation.
The chief does not believe the prophecy and leaves to find the mammoths. He entrusts the White Spear, his son D'Leh, and the true purpose of his quest to his friend Tic'Tic. The rest of the tribe, including D'Leh's rival Ka'Ren, believe that D'Leh's father was a coward and fled. Over time, D'Leh and Evolet fall in love.