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The long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo is finally here. Finding Dory has hit theatres and puts the forgetful, yet loveable blue tang at the centre of the story. Pixar is now full on track in the sequel business, as it’s releasing a number of them in the next few years with only one original movie slated. The question is though whether or not these sequels will be able to match the success and quality of the original movies.
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There’s this little movie coming out in may or april (depending on where you live) called Captain America: Civil War. It’s the final part in an amazing and kind of strange trilogy. I call it strange as every movie within that trilogy is another genre and it’s not entirely a trilogy when considering the crossovers into The Avengers.
Nonetheless, I enjoyed the first two movies and I’m desperately counting down the days until the latest comes out (only 47 days left). Oh yeah, click the poster to go watch that awesometastic, like that’s even a word.
Warning: there’s going to be quite some GIFs in this post.
In Captain America: Civil War we get to see some of our favourite Marvel heroes divided and clashing with each other in one of the biggest battles we’ve seen thus far (until the entire MCU comes together in Infinity War that is). They are divided in two teams #TeamCap and #TeamIronMan. To be honest, I am more on Iron Man’s side, but I’ll wait until after I’ve seen the movie to make a definitive choice. I think it’s a good thing they’re giving both sides some good reasons as to why they’re opposing each other.
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