December Roundup: What happened in Sinekdoks during the 31 days of December 2014.

December Roundup: What happened in Sinekdoks during the 31 days of December 2014.

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Magic In The Moonlight (2014)

D: Woody Allen C: Colin Firth, Emma Stone | VERDICT: Woody Allen gracefully reconstructs the splendors of Old Europe elegantly, but Magic In The Moonlight loses its essence as it gets the romance in compensation.

When the heart rules the head, disaster follows,” said Stanley.

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Pendekar Tongkat Emas (2014)

Pendekar Tongkat Emas is a homage to classic martial art action flick seasoned with Indonesian drama makeover, Indonesian A-listers, and the most mesmerizing savanna from Indonesian most exotic islands. It’s visually beautiful although the story is under-written.

A big-hearted man seeks for nothing but gets everything; while a dwarf-hearted man seeks for everything but gets nothing,” said Angin.

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Stand by Me Doraemon (2014)

It might make you laugh or cry, but there’s something deeper than just some emotion escalation in Stand by Me Doraemon—there’s simply a connection to everyone who grows up with Doraemon.

Forever from now on, Doraemon and I won’t stay together,” said Nobita after drinking Liar Liar Liquid.

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The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies (2014)

The Battle of The Five Armies is a decent defining chapter to The Hobbit Trilogy and mostly to the Middle-Earth saga. It ends the whole thing not in a spectacular, pretentious way, but in a modest way, perhaps a little underwhelming. Yet, with the unknown future of Silmarillion project, you don’t want to miss the farewell to Middle-Earth, right?

Will you follow me, one last time?” said Thorin to his dwarves.

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