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Rise of the Guardians – Legends unite

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Rise-of-the-Guardians-Blu-ray-CoverKids have been believing in legendary immortal beings for centuries, but when an evil spirit is out to crush those feelings, it is time for them all to call on their strengths to make sure the kids don’t stop believing. First, a little history. Jack Frost (Chris Pine) wakes up from what looks to be a drowning in a frozen pond. When he comes to, he suddenly has lots of energy, but no memory of whom he is, except for the name, which was given to him by The Man in the Moon, and the fact that he can wreak havoc with wild winter fun for kids by bending ice and snow to his whim. You see is now a Guardian, one of the immortal souls that keeps the hopes and dreams of children alive, whether it be on a seasonal or even a nightly basis. Along with Jack are North (Alec Baldwin), but he goes by many different names around the globe, such as Santa Claus, and there is Bunny (Hugh Jackman), a master of underground stealth when it comes to spring tidings. Also, there is Tooth (Isla Fisher) a fairy that gives cash for bicuspids, that runs a nightly operation and over sees thousands of other, minor fairies as they search for lost teeth. Another immortal that does his job nightly is Sandy, the server of childhood dreams. All their work is being undermined by an evil spirit, Pitch (Jude Law), Also known as The Boogeyman, and Jack is focusing his strength on the town of Burgess and one kid that keeps on believing in the legends, no matter what. That kid is Jamie Bennet (Dakota Goyo).

Hugo : Unlock The Secret

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Hugo-2011-Cover-Art “One of the most legendary directors of our time takes you on an extraordinary adventure.” was one of the tagline used to advertise this amazing film, and it does not break this promise. This is a completely different kind of movie for director Martin Scorsese, but when it came to giving us a great story filled with fantastic imagery, conflict, and even a mystery, he nailed it, and very well.

This is a story about Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield), a boy living in a train station in Paris during the art deco days of the early 1930s. This is no ordinary train station, as it is filled with all kinds of shops that welcome travelers from all over the Continent. There is a bakery, a cafe, a flower shop, a live band, and much more. Hugo is being looked after by his drunken uncle, but it is he whom keeps the clocks at the station well-oiled and running. He learned the skills on how to work with gears and spring from his father, a clockmaker. This is the family business.

Sherlock Holmes A Game Of Shadows

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Its 1891 and war seems to be brewing everywhere and threatening to break out. Not only is there constant unrest but there are bombings and murders going on at random that are baffling everyone, everyone that is but Sherlock Holms. He thinks that it is all a plot and design from none other then his adversary Professor James Moriarty, Homes just has to find a way to prove it. Holmes is also loosing his mind as he dips lower and lower into what seems to be insanity and drug use.

Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) has been constantly after Professor James Moriarty (Jared Harris) for the plots and crimes that he has done against the British Government and its People. The main problem in proving any of it is that the Professor is actually a well respected scholar who is constantly teaching and doing speaking tours. Homes has not been able to pin him down and with his friend Dr. John Watson now out of the house has taken to drinking formaldehyde and doing strange experiments in stealth and camouflage.