Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Marvel audaciously picks a franchise isolated from fans’ radar—based on Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning’s comic book, it is Marvel’s biggest gamble… that works as attracting as Peter ‘Star-Lord’ Quill (Chris Pratt) dances on his Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and team up with his band of misfits.

We’re the fricking Guardians of the Galaxy!” said Rocket.

I am Groot,” said Groot.

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TOP 7: Bow, Arrow and Cinema

I name 7 cinema’s greatest archers to honour them.

I name 7 cinema’s greatest archers to honour them.”

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The Expendables 3 (2014)

Come on, Sly! With PG-13 rating and all, it’s clearly seen that those geri-actioners are not into the stunt anymore. An early thought of retiring from action films is possibly the best way to save this franchise from getting too obsolete.

You were stupid enough to get yourself into this mess! And we’re the only ones crazy enough to get you out of it!

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The Double (2014)

Of the enigmatic tale about doppelganger, The Double is a real proof that cinema has a future in Ayoade. It gains ground in returning the triumph of classic, avant-garde, satirical black comedy without being engulfed by its influences

I can see the type of man I want to be versus the type of man I actually am and I know that I’m doing it but I’m incapable of what needs to be done.

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Much Ado About Nothing (2013)

This reimagining of Much Ado About Nothing is elegantly classic but accessible—without ignoring the original language that stays intact. Whedon creates an alluring illusion of lo-fi cinema with what comes with his big idea; such a great score to clean the grand palette of his exuberant Avengers assemble.

I do love nothing¬†in the world so well as you.”

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

They’re ninjas. They’re teenagers. They’re mutants. And they’re turtles. They’re lost in coherence of plots and depth of characters; as they bear lots of plot holes. But, they still have hyper-energy in humour and action. Another “guilty-pleasure” films, produced by another guilty-pleasure film.


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