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Lights, Camera, ACTION ACTION ACTION! Yes that’s right. The Raid is very much an all action all go, full on movie! The fight scene (s) are so intricate. Think of the Matrix when we first saw incredible fast moving Marshall- Arts, plus Bruce Lee together and this is what you get. Well it’s a form of Ju Jitsu, Savate, Kempo, Tae Kwon Do, and, of course, Kung Fu mixed together to make one incredible fighting style. Iko Uwais who plays Rama is by far one of the best fighters I have seen on screen! The intensity of watching such dramatic fight scenes, leaves you on the edge of your seat throughout. You can hardly comprehend how many different movements you can possibly fit into one sequence of battering a human being. But Rama and his squad, certainly find the moves!
So when Rama and his elite special-forces team get ready for the raid the decrepitude 15 story block of apartments, they come up against a few obstacles. They manage to reach the 5th floor undetected, but are then spotted by a young child who informs block boss Tama (Ray Sahetaphy) though an intercom. Now let the ACTION begin!
If you have not seen the trailer yet –
In Cinemas 18th May – make sure you fight your way to see this one!
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Released Friday 20th April 2012
Well, well, well. What can I say about this one!? For starters, I cannot believe that it was 13 years ago that American Pie first hit our screens! Wow now even I feel old. Then we had American Pie 2, followed by American Wedding. And now American Pie THE REUNION – Could this prove to be the biggest hit yet?
American Pie came to us about a bunch of teenagers who wanted to loose their virginity – simple right? And so the quest went on and 13 YEARS LATER! We have them all reunited again, but this time its different…
So lets start with he cast – You have Jason Biggs who plays Jim Levenstein, famous for his YouTube clip that went viral – in a bad way! Then you have Jim’s onscreen lover Alyson Hannigan who plays Michelle famous for her musical talent in playing the flute! And not forgetting Seann William Scott who plays the infamous Steve or better known as Stifler! This trio alone manage to get your belly laughing, without mentioning the other members of the cast!
With the return to East Great Falls, Michigan the class of 99 plan to meet up for their high school reunion. All will be revealed to each other and how their lifestyles have changed over the years. Once these bunch of teenagers set out for any girl/guy in sight, but now all grown up, there are marriages and kids to juggle. Just what will come in the way of as they try to be sensible about their actions. Erm did I say sensible! Minus stifler of course, oh and pretty much every other character!
You are defiantly in for a treat for this warm apple pie – A must see for any teenager and grown up who helped start the craze of phrases like ‘MILF’ !!
Check out the trailer and go see it on release on 2nd of May –
When you here that word, what do you think? Yep that’s right, that little board game you played back in the day! What a game though. Out coordinating your opponent into guessing where they had placed their fleet in the grand ocean of plastic pins! Well Battleship is a big scale, blown up version of mass explosions and visual satisfaction throughout. the fx for this film are probably the best I have ever seen. The detail leaves you looking intrigued into all the elements that makes up the opposition. In this case, a huge, complex and highly armed alien battleship! This is a spaceship slash jumping space hopper with wings, slash intergalactic machine gun! You think after it fires the first round, that the large armored war ship has absolutely no chance against this neanderthal of an alien ship!
Battleship stars Alexander Skarsgård who plays Stone Hopper, brother to Alex Hopper Taylor Kitsch who is the older brother and commanding officer in charge of the USS Sampson. Then you have good old Liam Neesen who plays Admiral Shane and of course the debut for international music star – Rihanna!
So the heavily armored battleship fleet are quickly under attack and now trying to work out ways to tackle the opposition. in this case (pic above) it’s not that easy!
Anyway we don’t want to give anything away – Have you seen the trailer yet? Check it out below:
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Here with have another submission for our Film Blog Hall of Fame this week! courtesy of Editor @ MOSTLY FILMS Thom Willis.
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