GameStar Movie Review – LEGO Batman, The Dark Fifty Shades and Jackie.
It is known from there that Valentine’s Day is about to arrive, that one of the sequels to Fifty Shades of Gray will be screened in cinemas. However, anyone who doesn’t buy into the whip can also opt for the Checkered Batman and Natalie Portman’s Oscar-winning portrayal.
It has been announced in the past week that Sharknado 5 is coming, Jack Nicholson will return after a long hiatus, the Breaking sequel may already arrive, potential directors of the new Batman film may be rumored, David Fincher may direct World War 2 and a parody of the Star Wars franchise Based on.
If you’ve read Puliwood’s John Williams article on the master’s 85th birthday, all that’s left is to look at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s more dramatic side, as he loses his family in Aftermath:
There will be no shortage of shocking topics this week either: the legendary Batman learns the concept of family, the shades are even darker and show us the processing of mourning.
LEGO Batman – The LEGO Batman Movie
After the LEGO adventure, the film’s most royal side character, Batman’s stand-alone cinema, has arrived, in which he must not only face his ancestral enemy as Joker (or Superman), but also learn what family and friends are. Needless to say, this is not easy for a masked justice who is accustomed to loneliness, but Puliwood was even more amused about it.
(Curiosity: Billy Dee Williams, the dubbed voice of Two Faces, played Harvey Dent in the 1989 Batman movie.)
Fifty Shades Darker
The fairy tale hidden in the S / M robe continues. Anastasia has to deal not only with problems that arise in relation to the average, such as bitterness or anger, but also with the exes of her rich partner, Christian Gray, and the man’s inner demons. What can we say? Anyone who liked the previous movie will most likely still get what he or she loved then, and whoever gets knocked out by the nuances should avoid it from afar.
(Interesting: Niall Leonard, the writer of the book on which the film is based, is the husband of the author of the book, EL James.)
We can finally be one of the big anticipators of the Oscar. Pablo Larraín’s (No) film focuses on Jackie Kennedy’s few days when the young First Lady had to deal with the grief caused by the death of her murdered husband and the guilt and sympathy for the nation that weighed on her shoulders. Not only the director, but the protagonist has done a great job, according to Puliwood, Jackie absolutely deserves the praise and being rewarded by the Academy.
(Curiosity: Jacqueline Kennedy was originally given the role of Rachel Weisz, but she later retired.)
Weekly DVD and Blu-ray Releases:
– Pajama party (DVD)
– Fantastic Maze (GHE Edition) (DVD, Blu-ray)
– Among our loved ones (DVD)
Can there be more movies, series, books, comics coming? Click here!