The destruction of the Sept of Baelor, along with it the elimination of Cersei’s enemies upped the ante for the Great War to come. It was proof that Cersei was indeed Tywin Lannister’s daughter. No one could have pulled off something so cruel except the Mad King himself. … Read More Game of Thrones Epic Battles (Part 8): The Destruction of the Sept of Baelor
All in all, Peppermint was indeed a simple story that lacked complicated subplots. However, the film’s main strength was its badass central character who carried the entire film with uncompromising efficiency. Simple plot + badass execution, after all makes for a strong action flick that goes perfectly well with popcorn and soda. And I for one, loved it.
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A sequel to the 2013 Ethan Hawke starrer, The Purge Anarchy operates under the same concept. Each year, for a 12 hour period, citizens in the new America are allowed to run free and commit the crime legally, including the most heinous — robbery, rape and murder, provided they do not use weapons above a… Read More The Purge: Anarchy Movie Review
After seeing Park Yoochun in Sungkyungkwan Scandal, I could not help myself from lining up his dramas on my TBW pile. After learning that he recently starred in this drama with Yoon Eun Hye (Princess Hours, Coffee Prince), I resolved to see it immediately. Be warned though that Missing you (I miss you) is far… Read More Missing You (I Miss You) : Korean Drama Review
I am a soap opera junkie. I admit it. And even though most plotlines ring familiar with constant use, I still become addicted every time, with each revision to the approach, with each revelation, with each twist, that should no longer surprise. While I was watching my favorite drama the other night on television and… Read More Most exploited plotlines in television