Much has been told about gambling and the ensuing moral lessons that come with it in many other films. However, Mississippi Grind seems to have a plan to have its own twist in the genre.
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James Bond, the man who has fascinated us on the silver screen for decades, has always been starred by multiple actors. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, though, is the only one where the actor played the role only once.
There is always a movie that gained the approval of the masses solely from its storytelling. Forrest Gump is one of these films and it even almost beat out The Lion King in terms of revenue when it was released, and became one of the highest grossing films of the 90s.
There’s always been a few rare murder cases where the murderer was never caught. Zodiac was one of these cases that, till now, had never had its perpetrator caught, and this film used that as its premise.
What happened when your child goes missing and you found that the main suspect is let go freely after? Prisoners use that exact sentiment but also does it in a way that is quite unexpected.
The zombie genre has never really died out. And right in the middle of Covid, Train to Busan sequel, Peninsula was released to the world, and acted as a standalone sequel to the 2016 film.
Due to the Corona virus, quarantine has become a part of most of the population in this world. Host makes use of that as the base of its premise and expands it in a way that just seems so relatable to us today.
Have you ever thought about how the past affects the present but in a way that seems a bit more realistic? Hello World tries to take that concept and makes a compelling story out of that.