The Equalizer (2014)

The premise of the story is nothing new, retired black ops commando bla bla bla, comes out of retirement bla bla bla, you get the idea. Here’s the story; Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) is a man of habit, he goes to work at the same time comes out at the same time, and goes to the same restaurant every night. The restaurant he goes to is a popular location for Teri (ChloĆ« Grace Moretz), a working girl. The two have their limited conversations, and the day goes on. Robert is a helpful guy, he tries to help out as much as he can, when he finds out that Teri has been badly beaten up by her pimp Slavi (David Meunier), Robert thinks he can help her.


The Boxtrolls (2014)

Stop motion animation is probably one of the toughest and painstaking work you can do, sure the animation doesn’t look as smooth and clean as the 2D and 3D counterparts, it’s a wonderful artform in itself. Now, about the story, two people trying to find their place in the world, it was brilliant.


Let's Be Cops (2014)

A typical buddy cop movie with a so called twist; they’re not really cops but they pretend to be. It’s an interesting idea, I’ll give them that. Here’s the story; Justin (Damon Wayans) and Ryan (Jake Johnson) long time friends, are struggling with life. Justin not able to pitch his game idea to his boss and Ryan a washed up college quarterback.

Godzilla (2014)

Compared to the excuse of a reboot they did in 1998, this is way better. But I would say this movie is more of a sequel to the 1954 Godzilla (Gojira) than a reboot, assuming that Godzilla and Dr. Serizawa did not die towards the end of the original movie, and assuming that both are the same Serizawa :D So, it would help a lot if you guys see the original Godzilla.

Godzilla (1998)

This movie is not Godzilla, this movie is Jurassic Park 4. If you guys are even thinking about watching this movie, please watch Godzilla 1954 (Gojira), and you will know why this movie is absolute crap. It’s not Godzilla! The story begins with this bullshit, Godzilla is formed as a result of nuclear tests in the French Polynesia, are you kidding me? next, Godzilla migrates to New York, really? I mean, how? and why? way to turn Godzilla into a Hollywood brain-dead monster movie.

Godzilla, King Of The Monsters (1956)

This is basically an English translated version of Godzilla 1954, the whole story is told through the point of view of Steve Martin (Raymond Burr), a reporter whose flight has landed in Tokyo and is waiting for a connecting flight. Steve decides to take this time to visit his old friend Serizawa, and thus becoming a part of the story.

Godzilla (1954)

In a world where we are spoilt by Visual Effects, it is easy to take classic movies such as this for granted. The Japanese went all out for this movie, with some brilliant scale models. During the 50s with such technology, it’s not surprising why Godzilla has become such a cultural icon.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

For me Spider-Man 2 (2004) was probably one of the best superhero movies of all time. And considering that they left a lot of plot holes in the first movie, including the after credits scene with the guy in the hat, this movie had a lot to prove! And it’s no surprise that this movie crumbled under pressure, it didn’t answer the plot holes in the first one, and it definitely wasn’t as good as Spider-Man 2 (2004), heck it wasn’t even as good as the first one. The only thing that this movie did is leave areas open for many more sequels in the future.

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