So Season 3 of Penny Dreadful premieres tomorrow night and I (and probably others) am very excited. In order to get you ready, I’ve thrown in some videos and links to past posts relating to Season 3 of Penny Dreadful.
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I’ve always been a big fan of animated films. I like how they tap into your imagination and they make you feel like you are a child again. I like that feeling and I don’t get to feel that way too often. At least in my opinion, great animated films can appeal to both young and old. They do so with great stories in which young and old can both relate to by entertaining children while still keeping me interested usually with the use of more mature references. This new animated film, Kubo and The Two Strings, appears to be another gem. The animation looks amazing, the plot looks exciting, and the voice acting is great. How can you say no to a movie that has “While my guitar gently weeps”? Kubo and The Two Strings releases August 19th, 2016.
If you thought I was done with the clips, then you thought wrong. I have another one to share with you today. We are now less than a week away to the release of Captain America: Civil War and I could not be more excited. As far as the clip is concerned is not really that much of a spoiler considering the film is called Civil War where one could infer that there will be a war in some form but you can never be too safe. I’m sure everyone already knows which characters are on which side so this should not surprise anyone. This clip is a fight scene between The Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Black Panther/T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman). I don’t personally know how it ends (again, I copy and paste videos and I do not watch them) but I can’t wait to figure it out for myself. If you would like to see the clip, please continue to the next page.
The best reviewed movie on my site for the month of April is:
Sandy (Jennifer Aniston) is a divorced mother of two boys falls for a man named Bradley (Jason Sudeikis) a guy with daughters of his own. A young woman named Kristin (Britt Robertson) tries to find her biological mom named Miranda (Julia Roberts). An overstressed mother named Jess (Kate Hudson) is visited by her bickering parents (Margo Martindale and Robert Pine).