Versus Review from @ImmieBroods

There are 666 portals that connect this world to the other side. These are concealed from all human beings. Somewhere in Japan exists the 444th portal, the forest of resurrection. Continue reading “Versus Review from @ImmieBroods”

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Bend It Like Beckham Review from @ImmieBroods

Women playing football and being really fantastic at it? No, I’m not talking about the Women’s World Cup in 2015 where USA and England did amazingly, despite playing on AstroTurf. I’m talking about the comedy/drama from 1998, Bend It Like Beckham, the late 90’s, kicking sexism to the side, yes that was a football pun. Continue reading “Bend It Like Beckham Review from @ImmieBroods”

Film Review: The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille via @stacyamiller85 #TheLostCityofCecilBDeMille

Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments (1956) starring Charlton Heston depicting the Book of Exodus’ telling of the story of Moses leading the Hebrews out of Egypt is considered by some DeMille’s greatest cinematic achievement.  However, before Heston’s portrayal of Moses, DeMille made a version of The Ten Commandments in 1923.  This film’s budget was 1.5 million and was probably the most expensive movie made during that era.

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Death Note Movie Review (US Netflix Release) from @ImmieBroods

The Death Note book, a concept many would dream about using to fight criminals or the evils of the world. It’s a book where you write a person’s name and moments later, they die. All the crazy criminals of the world can be wiped out by writing their names in this book. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? But of course there’s a tricky part! The book comes with rules such as “you have to picture the person as well as write his full name” and “you have to write how the person dies.” There are other rules too, but you’ll have to watch it to find out. Continue reading “Death Note Movie Review (US Netflix Release) from @ImmieBroods”