My Review: “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” was very funny. The plot was incredibly stupid, but I still enjoyed it. I’ll say this, if the movie wasn’t hilarious, my rating would probably be 3/10 or below. The real question is, “Is it better than the show?”. I would have to say no because it’s literally the show inside of a movie. I think it was as funny as the tv show, if not funnier, but the whole story line thing was very foolish. Some parts of the movie I was literally cracking up, it was hilarious. That is the only reason for my rating being as high as a 6.2/10. Theirs not much else that I really have to say about this movie. “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” was tremendously entertaining, silly, but ultimately, very dumb. However, I do recommend seeing this movie if you’re a fan of the “Impractical Jokers” like I am. #ImpracticalJokers
Also saw Knives Out on Sunday just after Rise of Skywalker! I had seen this twice online, once by myself, once with my Mom, Dad and Sister. So, since it's still in theaters I thought why not experience one of 2019's best on the big screen and I got to show it to my brother. I'm gonna show this masterpiece to everyone I know because it is definitely a film everyone should see. Rian Johnson NAILED it with this and he has now won me over and I will see anything he does. All 3 times I've seen this, I notice more and more tiny details that I didn't pick up on with the previous viewing and I love that so so much. I HIGHLY recommend this to everyone reading this and I also recommend going in knowing as little as possible. I'm gonna give Knives Out a 10/10! | #KnivesOut
“Did you hear that story about Wilco and how he lost his ear?” “Not in the mood. Keep your eyes on the trees.” - Dean-Charles Chapman as Lance Corporal Thomas “Tom” Blake and George MacKay as Lance Corporal William “Will” Schofield in ‘1917’ (2019) dir. Sam Mendes.
Vocês já viram os novos dispensers interativos de alimentos da Kong??
Aumigos, é simplesmente demais!! A Kong sempre traz muitas novidades para gente, e com certeza nao tem nada melhor do que nos divertir e ainda gastar energia comendo! Mamãe já ta dizendo que eu preciso de dieta, mas é tudo conversa fiada! Ela insiste em dizer que tô acima do peso, mas ela não entende que sou fofíssima, nada mais que isso!!.
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1917 is directed by Sam Mendes and stars George McKay and Dean-Charles Chapman. The film follows two soldiers in which one of them has a brother in the second battalion. The orders is to deliver a message to stop the next day attack that the Germans have been planning. For starters I want to say that 1917 is a technical achievement in every sense of the word. Each scene is masterfully shot with phenomenal one takes. Ultimately this makes for an immersive experience. What 1917 does great is keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time. No character feel safe in this movie… In every scene it feels like as if one of these two men could die on this journey. Plus, they are always moving. Time is of the essence and you definitely feel that here in the film. The Directing and cinematography is astounding. There are a couple frames in this film that I would love to have as a personal wallpaper. Another great positive is the soundtrack by Thomas Newman. Like all great war films this one shows the harsh realities of war... it’s brutal and unforgiving. You can feel that in every big set piece, which I loved. As great as this film was; I do have a couple problems. Not to compare, but just like the film (Dunkirk)... there is none to little characterization. I will admit there’s more character building in 1917 than there was in Dunkirk. But it doesn’t make me invested in said characters. I feel like that’s what’s so hard about judging this movie is because I feel like it was a personal creative choice. It just didn’t unfortunately stick with me as well. But nonetheless This is a phenomenal movie. I wouldn’t say it’s the BEST war film ever made but it definitely is one of the best. Great directing, beautiful cinematography, and an immersive experience gives 1917 a 9/10 #1917movie#shawnmendes#georgemckay#thomasnewman#goldenglobes#oscars#warfilm#film#cinema#kino#geek#filmgeek#moviereview
Pretty Woman (1990)✨
♡Edward snapping the necklace case down on Vivian's fingers like it is biting her was improvised by Richard Gere.
♡The necklace was actually really expensive. It cost $250,000 and came with an armed guard.
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The Lighthouse (2019) - Rating 8.7/10
This movie was made for movie lovers, as simple as that. I watched this for the third time today and I realized this is one of those movies that just get better each time you watch it. Now I will say this, if your not a movie fanatic and just enjoy the occasional film, there’s a solid chance you’ll think this is pure rubbish. However I really do consider this an instant classic. The Lighthouse is a movie that requires you to really think beyond what’s happening on the screen, almost reminded me of Inception (2011). I think this is easily the best roles Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe have played, truly great. The picture was just phenomenal, the 35mm combined with the real human eye aspect ratio made this movie so real for me, I wish more films were in this aspect ratio as it makes sense to match the human eye rather than make it wider and distorted. It’s a shame that theres this stigma against it. Never less the camera shots, the grain, the CC, the lighting just absolutely splendid. This movie doesn’t tell you exactly what’s going on so let me tell you my theory.
My Theory (SPOILERS)- I believe that indeed both characters are two different personalities of the same person, Thomas Howard. Let me explain. Once Winslow starts drinking things seem to go very south for him and the only time we really see them talking happily is when their piss drunk. Ephraim Winslow (Tom Howard) and Tom Wake are complete opposites but as the film progresses we see Winslow descend in a downfall in which he starts drinking more and acting mad. They also switch beds and for someone as authoritative as Thomas Wake it seems odd. We start to see the uncanny situations when Tom Wake tells Ephraim that the boat came 2 weeks ago- not that morning. Tom Wake also tells Winslow that it was actually him who was chasing him with the axe not the other way around. Towards the end they “ration” by making alcohol with Kerosene and this is where they really go mad. I think Tom Howard killed Ephraim Winslow in his timber occupation and has been either exiled or stuck on this rock and has just been melting his brain by constantly drinking massive quantities mixed
Que onda el calor 🥵 hoy❔❔.
Estaba para freírse 😖, bueno pero igual aprovecha de tomar un poquito de sombra y mi mamá me hizo recoger los juguetes que tenia en el jardín por que dijo q era un despelote jajajaja 🤭😂.
Estos humanos no entienden nada de divertirse 😖.
Ustedes amigos como pasaron este día caluroso⁉️⁉️🔆.