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Life (2017) **REVIEW**

When it comes to films about aliens it can either be a hit or a serious miss. It’s difficult to make something like this good. Because there are so many alien films out there already so most have already been done! When I saw the trailer for ‘Life’ I was skeptical, it didn’t seem too good but I took a chance and thought maybe it could be good.

We got a team of scientist floating in space in an International Space Station looking for life in space, one day they find something and people back on Earth rejoices. The scientist begin to poke and prod on the creature, it seems cute because of its size. But you know, looks can be VERY deceiving though. One day they prodded it too far and it started to fight back. It grabs one of the scientist hand and breaks it, really uncomfortable too see. There is something about this life form that will creep you out – more people it kills and feeds on – yep feeds on – the bigger it gets and it can get terrifying. Now the scientist are fighting for their life and every trick they tried to kill the creature, it didn’t work, just made it more angry.

‘Life’ had it surprises, both good and bad one. I’ve seen very split reviews about ‘Life’ but I got creeped out by it. It isn’t like other alien films, I felt that this one is more realistic than the other alien films out there. And I would recommend it to anyone who would like to see it. It’s not too bad actually.

Actors: Hiroyuki Sanada, Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Olga Dihovichnaya, Ariyon Bakare, Jesus Del Orden and many more.

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Blade 3: Trinity (2004) **REVIEW**

We all remember “Blade”, the half vampire – half human man who hunts and kills vampires. “Blade” was the absolute best films back in the day during Wesley Snipes glory days before he got arrested. The “Blade” franchise have three films out and, in my opinion, the first and second film is the ones that are the greatest.

When the film starts we see Blade in action, he is hunting vampires but they got something in store for him. They set him up and films when he kills a human dressed up as a vampire, sends it in to the police and now he is a wanted man. As they try to make an arrest, Whistler gets caught in the cross fire. But all of this is just a set up made by the vampires to get Daywalker off the streets. But we all know how well that is going to work, since we all know, Blade got friends everywhere and people who want to help him.

In this film, Blade fights an enemy he haven’t met before but we all know by legend and stories; Dracula. Or most known as the first.

I’m a huge fan of the “Blade” franchise and have been since I was old enough to watch them. So I might be partial when I say I’d recommend the franchise to anyone. But I would also say skip the second, it’s a bit dull.

Actors: Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson, Dominic Purcell, Parker Posey, John Michael Higgins and many more.

The Voices (2014) **REVIEW**

When it comes to Ryan Reynolds I am more than happy to watch what he is in. He always delivers such an amazing experience in what he does. And this film isn’t ANY different.

Jerry seems like a normal guy but actually he isn’t. He works as a packer at a factory, as part of parole. Everyone seems to like him and he fancies this girl from accounting. He asks her out but she stands him up. When he picks her up after her car stopped working but when the car hits a deer and she runs after Jerry asks about angels he stabs her ending up killing her.

So now Jerry is trying to live normally but his urge to kill is getting stronger as he is trying to ignore the urge but as Jerry is hearing voices, his cat specially talks to him and the cat is a bit of an asshole. Trying to convince Jerry he doesn’t need his medicine because then he can’t talk to his animals. Everything turns very dangerous and deadly in the end. Jerry is trying to hide his tracks but some of his co workers breaks into his apartment and finds something they shouldn’t have.

Ryan Reynolds is very convincing in The voices as having a mental disorder. He does the voices of his dog and cat and does it very well if I may add. When you first hear about the film you would think he would be quite bad but it’s actually good. With very dark humor and graphic images.

Ryan Reynolds, Gemma Arterton, Anna Kendrick, Jacki Weaver, Ella Smith, Adi Shankar and many more.

Deadpool (2016) **REVIEW**

We have all seen the interviews with Ryan Reynolds and how he tried to get this movie produced and make and took them 10 years just to get an okay from the studio to make it and the result is purely epic. Yes this film have a lot of cursing, sex and high violence.

Wade is a former special forces operative who now rough people up for payment and one day he meets a girl. Everything is all good and amazing until he gets the news no one wants to get: cancer. And to survive he takes the chance to become better in an experiment procedure leaving Wade disfigured but also the ability to heal quickly and this – grow a new hand for example if he looses his. Wade transforms himself into Deadpool and trying to find Ajax – the guy who transformed him to the guy he is now because he want to go back to his normal looks. But finding Ajax isn’t so easy as it seems to be. Deadpool is in the same universe as X-men and we see two of them helping Deadpool and trying to get him to come over to their side and fight with them.

During the film we see all sorts of references to Ryan Reynolds himself, to Wolverine and Hugh Jackman. We also see a lot of violence and gore. Remember Deadpool is R-Rated for a reason.

Would I recommend Deadpool? Yes I would. Go and see it soon as you can. It’s one of the must see’s for 2016 and it’s just amazingly done and the script is good. Deadpool basically is dark humor for adults so if you want your kids – make sure they’re above 12.

You see actors like Ryan Reynolds, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand, Kyle Cassie, Naika Toussaint, Stefan Kapicic and many more.

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