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(film review) - Angel Has Fallen

I'm a 'Die Hard' Fan!  So, I was in absolute shock and horror when I watched 'A Good Day to Die Hard'.  Although I enjoyed the movie (I probably somewhat felt compelled to, as John McClane is my favourite movie character), but 'Man Like...' Mike Banning showed us heroism at it's finest! Man like Mike was avoiding death and saving the day, just like John McClane would and refusing to die.  However, Olympus Has Fallen was the better "Die Hard" movie of 2013 and deep down, that really upset me. The sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen is easily forgettable.  All I can remember from it is that, they were in London...yeah, like 'no shit!', and not as good as the first and now a dying franchise because the sequel didn't live up to the original - not even close. But Angel Has Fallen! This is a different film to the last one or better yet, has a better story and better action than the last one as it seems, the 'has Fallen

(film review) - Fast & Furious presents: Hobbs & Shaw

The F&F series has had its ups and downs. When Tokyo Drift came out, putting a slight spin on the series where the franchise “drifts” and attempts to change direction, they needed something different and a change in pace.  It was when F&F5 (Fast Five) when Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson (Franchise Viagra) stepped into the fold and joined the franchise.  The F&F series got a lot better. I’m not ashamed to say I’ve seen all of the F&F movies and Tokyo Drift was the worst of them all (It just wasn't as good).  But with some well written interwoven stories, the order the films coming out, is NOT the order you should view them which makes for interesting viewing.  But I say all of that to say this.  Branching out into a spin-off of the F&F franchise, like what Transformers done with Bumblebee, but failed on the title, this movie not only benefits from having Fast and Furious in the title, (because if you are a fan of the franchise, you know what to expect),

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