GoT season 2 premiere

Just a little reminder for all you Game of Thrones fans. Catch season 2 premiere this Sunday, April 1st.

For those of you who don’t know, Game of Thrones is a Tv Series created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, based on the best-selling series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.

A compelling  story, set in a fictional world, on a continent called Westeros, the first book of the series and subsequently the tvshow, tell the tale of seven kindgoms fighting for control over the land.

The cast includes names like Sean Bean, Lena Heady, Michelle Fairley and the always amazing Peter Dinklage, who also won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Tyrion Lannister on GoT.

Definitely worth watching and you can catch it on HBO.

Here’s the trailer for the  upcoming season. GoT Season 2 : “Seven Devils”

Review: The Vow (2012)

The Vow is a romantic drama directed by Michael Sucsy, starring Channing Tatum (Dear John, 21 Jump Street) and Rachel McAdams (The Notebook, Mean Girls).

Based on true events, it tells the story of a married couple, Paige and Leo (Tatum&McAdams) that is in a car accident leading to the wife losing her memory of their time together and obviously their marriage.  She doesn’t recognize him and moreover thinks she is still engaged to her former fiance, Jeremy (Scott Speedman). Starting then Leo is on a mission of making his wife fall in love with him all over again. Continue reading

Review: The Divide (2011)

“The lucky ones died in the blast.” After watching the movie I would say that tagline is accurate. The plot revolves around a group of people, 9 to be exact, that survives a nuclear attack by hiding out in the basement/shelter of their apartment building.The combination of characters is a recipe for disaster from the start: you’ve got the jerk janitor Mickey (Michael Biehn), the bully Bobby (Michael Eklund),  Josh (Milo Ventimiglia) and his  too nice for his own good brother Adrien (Ashton Holmes), quiet Eva and her weak boyfriend Sam (Lauren German and Ivan Gonzales), panicked mother Marilyn and her young daughter Wendy (Rosanna Arquette and Abbey Tickson) and Delvin (Courtney B. Vance).They immediately start bickering and fighting with eachother over their new situation and over what to do. That all stops when a bunch of soldiers in biohazards suits break in through the door, snatching Wendy and shooting Adrien in the shoulder. Josh goes in a recon mission and tries to get Wendy back, but he fails. All after seeing an on-site laboratory, more men in suits and Wendy trapped in some sort of criogenic state? Everything goes downhill from there on.Gens (Xavier Gens, director) tried to play on the exploration of the human psyche and did so quiet well for the most part. Once the characters realize they’re trapped in the basement and they’re going to die, violence ensues and keeps escalating up to the very end(murder, torture, mutilation, rape). Everyone slowly breaks down, physically and mentally deteriorates to the point of full-blown insanity. Continue reading