The Lego Batman Movie (2017) New Materials [Production Photos & Artwork]

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Thank you to Warner Bross. Pictures Publicity for this exclusive press material for the upcoming The Lego Batman Movie releasing on February 10th, 2017.

Here is the brief summary (taken from the press website):

In the irreverent spirit of fun that made “The LEGO® Movie” a worldwide phenomenon, the self-described leading man of that ensemble – LEGO Batman – stars in his own big-screen adventure. But there are big changes brewing in Gotham City, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up. Continue reading “The Lego Batman Movie (2017) New Materials [Production Photos & Artwork]”

The Hollywood Reporter Oscar Roundtable (Actor & Actress)

Dear readers,

I have always been obsessed with interviews with celebrities and movie insiders from a long time. It’s always refreshing to get to know the people behind your favourite movie and learn about the process as well, be it acting, directing, etc.

And one of my favourites interview is the Hollywood Reporter’s Roundtable series which takes place right before the Oscars and will include many of the year’s nominees. I thought to share these videos found on YouTube with you guys who share the same interest in movies and beyond. Continue reading “The Hollywood Reporter Oscar Roundtable (Actor & Actress)”

Movie Review: 7 Pros and Cons of La La Land (2016)

It’s literally impossible to miss the hype created by La La Land. Sweeping the film award ceremonies, such as Golden Globes 2017 and Oscar 2017, the musical piece has legibly made history.

I watched La La Land a few days back in the cinema and while I had high expectations going in, I came out with more feelings than I can handle. Curious? Read on what I have to say about the pros and cons of La La Land. Continue reading “Movie Review: 7 Pros and Cons of La La Land (2016)”

‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’: 5 Things That Catches My Attention

Will you believe me when I say I have never watched Charlie Brown’s Christmas TV special, like ever? The TV special aired in 1965 and it took me twenty eight years to watch it. Let the information sink in and read on what catches my attention and why I have to agree that the beloved Christmas TV special is indeed a classic.

Note: Don’t worry, will watch another Christmas TV specials as well. Any recommendations are welcome! Continue reading “‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’: 5 Things That Catches My Attention”

Movie Review: 7 Pros and Cons of Disney’s Moana (2016)

To be honest Disney’s Moana trailer was tad bit messy and unappealing (or at least the one I saw was…), but, I wouldn’t avoid Disney latest offering based on a trailer itself. So, off I went to watch the movie in a half-packed movie cinema filled with parents who brought their kids to a 9.30pm show on a Saturday. Good thing that almost all the kids fell asleep once Moana started singing…

Continue reading “Movie Review: 7 Pros and Cons of Disney’s Moana (2016)”

How to Be Single (2016) Review: The Art of Being Single!

For years we have seen countless of Rom-Com movies that offer similar plots about a group of women embarking on a romantic conquest to find the right man. Or there are other movies in the genre that bend the rules a bit to prove the necessary bond of female friendship. But, when it actually comes to women in rom-com who don’t want to be tied down, our choices are limited. Can I count in Sex and the City or maybe The Other Woman?

Continue reading “How to Be Single (2016) Review: The Art of Being Single!”

Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice (2016) Works as The Bridge to Justice League Movie [Review]

My dislike for Man of Steel is quite alarming, yet I decided to go and watched Zack Snyder’s new movie anyway. Batman v Superman shares the same theme as Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War – superheroes fight each other. However, I know the reason behind Marvel’s new offering but DC’s reasons for bringing Batman and Superman together in one movie is lackluster to say the least. Continue reading “Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice (2016) Works as The Bridge to Justice League Movie [Review]”