February Movie & Television Review Round Up

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Have you been trying to keep track of all the movie & television review articles we have been publishing this last month? We have put together this handy monthly round up of some of the best movie & television reviews we have published recently. Here is our February movie & television review round up.

Black Panther Spoiler Free Review: The Most Important Superhero Movie Since Ironman

Black Panther is the long-awaited stand-alone superhero feature film of the character we were dramatically introduced to in Captian America: Civil War 2016: Black Panther, T’Challa, the King of Wakanda!

The film is snuggly positioned just prior to Infinity War (technically Avenger’s 3) and takes place directly after Captain America Civil War that is beginning to make up Marvel’s Phase 3 of superhero movies.

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Coco (Film Review) – Pixar Does It Again

Coco is an animated film directed by Lee Unkrich and produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The voice cast of the film includes Edward James Olmos, Ana Ofelia Murguia, Alanna Ubach, Renée Victor, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt and Anthony Gonzalez. The story of Coco focuses on Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a 12-year-old boy with a love for music. During the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead, he is accidentally transported to the Land of the Dead. He seeks the help of his deceased family members to return him to the land of the living.

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Classic Film Review – Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

Journey to the Center of the Earth is a fantasy adventure film. The film stats when Edinburgh university professor Sir Oliver Lindenbrook believes he has found a very old message from a long-lost scientist. The message says that the scientist may have found the way to the center of the Earth. With his assistant, student Alec McKuen, he sets off for Iceland where the entrance is said to be found in a volcanic mountain. They are soon joined by Carla Goetabaug, whose scientist-husband was recently murdered along with Icelander Hans Belker and his duck Gertrude. The group then proceed to descend into the bowels of the Earth. There they will find bizarre creatures, striking plants, the lost city of Atlantis and a rival who wants to keep knowledge of this underworld to himself.

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Get Out | Average Guy Movie Review

Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) is headed with his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to meet her parents for the first time, at their country estate. Despite an uncomfortable first meeting, Dean (Bradley Whitford) and Missy (Catherine Keener) seem welcoming and Chris settles in for the weekend. But odd occurrences around the house and strange behaviour from the staff and guests lead Chris to believe that something terrible is happening and that he should…get out!

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Darkest Hour | Average Guy Movie Review

Gary Oldman brings one of Britain’s most celebrated figures to life in Darkest Hour. Directed by Joe Wright (Atonement) and written by Anthony McCarten (The Theory of Everything), it tells the story of Winston Churchill’s first four weeks as Prime Minister. At a time when we stood alone and on the brink of disaster, he would have to deal with the loss of France to the German blitzkrieg, the Dunkirk evacuation, a lack of support from those in his own party as well as King George VI (Ben Mendelsohn) and pressure to reach a peace agreement with Hitler. The man really was thrown in at the deep end!

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Review) – Good, Not Great

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a black comedy crime film written and directed by Martin McDonagh. The film starts Abbie Cornish, Peter Dinklage, Lucas Hedges, John Hawkes, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson and Frances McDormand. The story of Three Billboards focuses on Mildred (Frances McDormand), a mother whose daughter was brutally murdered. The police have not been able to find a suspect so Mildred takes matters into her own hands. She rents three billboards to call attention to the unsolved crime which has an impact on the local community.

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