VLOG Post: Video Review of Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice

At  R eal I sys M ovie R eviews, thus far we have only made written reviews but that changes today. We have made our first video review, we are reviewing one of the most anticipated movies of all time,  Batman vs Superman: Dawn of justice.  In this video review, we discus both the positives and negatives of film, while presenting it in our usual entertaining way which our audience has come to expect. Creating this Vlog was team effort and wouldn't have been possible if every team member did not contribute. This was a real challenge as all of our team members had clashing schedules, thus limiting the amount of work we could accomplish on any single day. The general theme of the video was composite of all our ideas ( we had reject some of our initial plans as it was deemed to be unfeasible given time and technological capability constraints ). Each team members contributions are listed below. Arya Ehteshami   Arya worked as something of director/team leader. He h

Ken's review: Helios

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Ken's review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 " Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2" has a very entertaining and smart story, but also to stimulate the role of the relationship between the full development, with the former to maintain the same style and perception.       The core of this film is the family, whether it is action, dialogue, or the role of development, in the film are the interpretation of the meaning of the family. Sequel as long as the rocket raccoon and Baby Groot field, they will certainly take away all the limelight. Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, and others showed a solid and wonderful performance. Once again play Star Jesse Keith Berte showed his best level; although Suer Sultan played other large role, but Jia Nora is definitely her screen logo; former WWE professional wrestler Dave Battis has been grown as a competent actor; it is worth mentioning that Michael Rooker, he shaped (Yondu) so pleasing, so that with the story of the development and courage of

The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow is a 2004 American climate science disaster film. The film depicts in a series of extreme weather events undermined the climate, it's caused global cooling and leads to a new ice age. In this movie, climate warming cause rising of sea level,  atmospheric circulation anomalies, hurricane, hail and violent weather causes widespread destruction around the world. In the face of calamity, dead is infinite amplification and the life was so fragile like an ant under the foot. But it's comforting to know people were great strength, courage, and solidarity when they get into difficulty. The day after tomorrow is a valuable film cause it makes people think that the relationship between human and natural, it educates us to focus on environmental protection, we have one earth only, so we better start taking care of it. Reference:

Guardians of the galaxy Vol. 2 Review

When Guardians of the galaxy was first announced, everyone expected that this would be Marvel Studio’s first bomb. Yet when the movie came out, somehow it delivered exactly what the genre needed. A dose of light-heartedness, a dollop of mirth and a pinch of awesome. The rowdy, raucous spaced opera coupled with a nostalgic 80’s soundtrack burst on to the scene. Who would have thought that a movie with a bunch of crank characters, which included a talking racoon and a sentient tree who could only speak with three words, would be such a hit. Following this movie, all superhero films needed a bit of humour (cough cough Batman v Superman). DC’s Suicide Squad was reshot, recut and accompanied with 80’s soundtrack to emulate guardians. Yet was this lighting in a bottle or can James Gunn repeat brilliance again with the sequel, Guardians vol. 2. Gunn sets up volume 2 to resolve some of the criticisms of the original film by focusing on a more character development as well as introduci

Maeesha's review: Deadpool

I'll be reviewing what is probably the best comedy thriller that was released in 2016. And yes, it's about superheroes again!  “Deadpool” is the cinematic equivalent of that kid in school who would always say how much he didn’t care what people thought of him, but just loud enough so everybody could hear him. It is the teenager who pretends to be too cool to care, but wants you to like him so badly it hurts. Of course, this is partially a byproduct of being a cog in the machine of the superhero movie marketing system—you unavoidably have to hit a few of the beats of the genre in order to satisfy the audience. However, “Deadpool” fails to live up to the potential of its beloved source material, subverting its own agenda by becoming a remarkably generic, by-the-numbers man-in-tights flick. “Deadpool” is about a guy who constantly pushes back against the expectations of the superhero, but the movie about him fails to match his rebellious personality. It’s a remarkably straightf

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“In Tyler we trust” “the first rule of fight club is you do not talk about fight club” For those of you who have already seen this movie, you may get my reference. However, for those of you who haven’t, hurry the f*ck up and watch this goddamn masterpiece already. Never has a movie better expressed the feelings of individuals who wish to rebel against the monotony and commercialisation that western society imposes on the individual. For an entire hour, you will get to watch the slow degradation a seemingly uptight man who buys wayyyyyyyyy too much furniture turn into a philosophical psychopath who’s only desire is to bring down the system which he hates. Now if the philosophical aspect isn’t really your thing, you can just turn up to watch the bloody gore that is fight club. The visual effects seem so real that you can almost feel the sickeningly wet crunches as people beat each other’s faces into complete and utter pulp. However, above this sickening display off letting loose