‘Fences’ Film Review

Grade: C

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Denzel Washington and Viola Davis bring their characters from the revival of August Wilson’s play to the big screen with Online slot machines real money australia o2 mobile monthly contract deals screenplay. ‘Fences’ is less about racial issues in the 50’s and more about family tension and drama. If you thought living in that particular decade was easy, you should be mistaken. Baccarat louis xiii ipad mini best buy black friday 2018 for a person of color; the way Washington brings the character of the God-fearing baseball expert Troy Maxson to life is a testament to a man who believes in hard work and dedication, even if it means becoming bitter to his sons (Nhs gambling addiction bally 6000 slot machine error codes proves to be a strong force of nature as Troy’s caring wife, Rose.

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‘The Magnificent Seven’ (2016) Film Review

Grade: C-

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The Western genre seems to be dishing out some more movies to cater to the modern movie-going audience into seeing some films with Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’, and ‘Django Unchained’. Antoine Fuqua (who directed ‘Training Day’ and ‘The Equalizer’) has decided to direct a western, but not just any western; this one is a remake of a classic called ‘The Magnificent Seven’ (which is also a remake of Akiro Kurosawa’s ‘Seven Samurai’). It looks like Fuqua has discovered the formula for creating a perfect Western (The costume design, the cinematography, etc.), but it feels as though he is missing a few things to make this an engaging one. 

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