GameStar Movie Review – John Wick: Act 2, The Old Town and Tastastors.
John Wick will finally be back in the cinemas this week, but anyone who is curious about how Keanu Reeves will shovel the underworld will also be able to meet another Oscar-winner and a comedy based on the Tastastors blog.
It was hard not to run into who will be the director of the new Batman, as many have hailed that the Inviolable 2. It can be completed. I would admit, and even more relevant, that Ildikó Enyedi’s film About the Body and Soul won the Golden Bear Award. And the peak (or negative peak for whom we are) is none other than the Grumpy Cat – Garfield crossover.
Don’t miss Puliwood’s latest article, either, as they visited the dubbing of the X-Men series Legion and then come back to see the following crazy, fan video in which Christopher Nolan’s Joker clashes with David Ayer’s Joker:
Although DC characters aren’t on the weekly cinema menu, no one will be bored as Keanu Reeves, Casey Affleck and Victoria Bihari provide the entertainment:
John Wick: Chapter 2
One of the best action movies of recent years continues. Returning to the underworld, John Wick is forced to face the consequences and shovel more bad guys than ever before, with a brand new dog on his side, of course, that’s essential. The new story of one of the best assassins in the world, nicknamed the King of Horrors, is as exciting as the first part based on the first criticism (in fact, the clashes are said to be better put together), so whoever was a buyer for Keanu Reeves’ run at the time .
(Interesting: Chad Stahelski, the film’s director, worked as a stuntman on the shots of the Matrix trilogy.)
The Old Town (Manchester by the Sea)
We finally have one of the top odds for the Oscars, as Kenneth Lonergan’s moving drama, The Old Town, fights for the golden statue in several categories – including the best director, the best film and the best actor. In the story, an uncle is forced to take care of his nephew after his brother’s death, but the grievances of the past come to the surface. Puliwood has already seen the film and they think Casey Affleck excels in the lead role, but it’s not just because he deserves a ticket to it.
(Curiosity: Manchester-by-the-sea is an existing city in Massachusetts.)
It’s not uncommon for a movie to be made from a book by a popular blogger, yet this is the case now with Tastastorik. Little Viku (Viktória Bihari), the vagan video rental company, is trying to find the great love of her life, which is assisted by actors such as Imre Csuja, Nóra Görbe and Ferenc Elek. If you’ve read even a single post on that blog and liked the style (or the feel of the trailer below), Tastastorik is for you, otherwise choose Keanu Reeves and / or Casey Affleck.
(Curiosity: The Tastastors blog was launched in 2010 and also won the Goldenblog Award.)
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