Tag Archives: Paula Patton

Cinema Review – Warcraft: The Beginning

Before Orcs and Humans were constantly at war, before their races had ever even met, Orc Cheiftain Durotan (Toby Kebbell) knew that the Orc world – Draenor – was dying. With the help of some incredibly dark magic, the Orcs find a new world to call their own. The trouble is that this world – Azeroth – is already inhabited by humans, and is a world the humans are not willing to give up on just yet. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Baggage Claim

Montana Moore (Paula Patton) has always been told, by her mother, that to be married by the age of 30 will make her a lady. When her little sister announces her impending nuptials, Montana flies into a spiral of panic, knowing that she cannot turn up to the wedding single. Montana and her friends Gail (Jill Scott) and Sam (Adam Brody) come up with a plan, using their work as flight attendants, to reconnect Montana with her lost loves around the holidays, and find her a husband for the wedding. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – 2 Guns

Bobby (Denzel Washington) and Stig (Mark Wahlberg) are undercover operatives from competing bureaus, each tasked with taking down a Mexican drug cartel. The trouble is that neither knows the other’s true affiliation and, after a sting operation goes wrong, they find that they can only truly trust one another. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

The fourth installment of the Mission: Impossible series sees Ethan Hunt and his team go rogue after the Impossible Mission Force is implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, and shut down. Hunt is determined to clear his name and bring the real criminals to justice. Continue reading

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