Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) was dressed the way you may expect for a Disney film to be. The film started with a mysterious rattle that expanded to an enormous adventure with a pleasant ending.
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John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) turned out to be a film that reminds an essay that starts well, but ends up being some sort of delirium stabled together with used pins and needles. Fine, the dog was quite adorable.
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Social media can sell a movie while it can also cause pressure, as we witnessed with Ghostbusters in 2016. Instead of paying attention on the actresses’ talent, by large, the attention with the film was drawn on their gender.
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La La Land (2016) opens up as an essay about the challenge of unconditional love; not to become bitter about how things could have been. The refining is complete when we understand that letting go can make our life revolutionary and very exciting.
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