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Duel; Steven Spielberg’s magnificent debut

When it comes to directors, there are a few I personally view as the best of the bunch. Tarantino, Nolan and off course Spielberg are my personal favourite and the latter one started its career with the movie I’ll discuss in this article. Duel is a nice psychological thriller about a driver who is haunted by a mysterious truck driver.  Continue reading

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The Very Best of Pixar’s Toy Story

The Toy Story franchise has always been close to my heart. The first movie really showed of that characters made out of 3D-models could actually tell a story and show emotions. That first movie was a landmark in film which will be talked about for more than hundred years from now. In the meantime the series contains four entries and now is a great time to discuss which one is the best and which one is not that good. Continue reading

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Demolition (2015) is an entertaining movie about grief

Demolition is a movie about a successful investment banker Davis Mitchell (Jake Gyllenhaal) who abruptly loses his wife in a car crash. During the rest of the movie we see how he deals with this loss during the first weeks after it happened.

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Is Disney Plus worth it or not?

So Disney Plus is here. At least in The Netherlands. A new VOD-competitor in a market that is quickly becoming a little bit crowded. The Walt Disney Company is one of the largest media conglomerates that actually dares to enter the VOD-market with its own streaming platform. The Netherlands is lucky to be the test market and as I am living there, I am willing to share you a few reasons why this new VOD platform will not be the one you should sign up for (yet). Off we go! Continue reading

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Dog Day Afternoon; One of the best heist movies ever made

Dog Day Afternoon is a 1975 classic piece of film by director Sidney Lumet. It is often referenced as being the classic example of a perfect heist movie. Al Pacino plays the main character Sonny Wortzik in this movie, which is inspired by a robbery on a Brooklyn bank by John Wojtowicz (Sonny) and Salvatore Naturale (John Cazale) in 1972.

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8 times Super Mario jumped on other platforms

Mario Kart Tour and Dr Mario World are almost coming to iOS and Android! Though Super Mario is always considered to be a Nintendo-exclusive character this won’t be the first time he’ll appear on a third party platform. Here are 8 cases of Super Mario starring on Non-Nintendo systems. Continue reading

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9 amazing local multiplayer video games

With modern video games mainly focussing on online multiplayer, local multiplayer slowly fades into oblivion. However during the good old days there were a few awesome titles that deserve some attention and are still incredibly fun to play. Here are 9 amazing classic couch multiplayer games you should play right now! Continue reading

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GTA remakes incoming!!! (Let’s hope so, right?)

Over the last three gaming generations you could safely state that the Grand Theft Auto franchise is one of the most popular ones around. With GTA V still selling like hotcakes, it wouldn’t be a crazy idea to bring the older GTA games as remakes to modern console, right? Millions of gamers probably wanna play these games again, so why shouldn’t we be able to. Continue reading

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6 reasons why Sin City 2 sucked

The original Sin City movie was released in 2005 and wowed the audiences with impressive special effects; stylish film noir visual effects and multiple great stories. So in 2014 the release of Sin City 2 should’ve topped that with ease right? Well, unfortunately not. Sequels are often a lot worse than the originals, but Sin City 2 takes this to the extreme. In this article I will give you six reasons why Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For was so much worse than the original. Continue reading

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Remaster, Remake, Reboot or just a port?

Remastering or remaking a video game is kinda hot nowadays. We see a lot of these classic video games getting a second chance and by a lot I mean like … a lot! But people seem to be confused about whether a game is called a remake, a reboot or a remaster. Or something completely else of course. In this article I will try to settle the debate. I will explain once and for all in which category your newly released old video game belongs to.

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