July’s Finest!

June 29th, 2015 by Asaf_and _Barak

Hello Jinni lovers,

As you know, the times they are a changin’ and so is Jinni. You probably heard about the recent change regarding our website but it doesn’t mean we can’t recommend a number of movies & TV shows each month. So sit back, listen up and scroll down – these are JULY’S FINEST!

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Terminator: Genisys – for people who like exciting man versus machine battles and mind bending stories regarding changing the past or future.

  • What? Messing with the past can create a dystopian future. That’s what Sgt. Kyle Reese learns when he goes back to 1984. Luckily, The “good” terminator is there with him and along with Sarah Connor they’ll try to reset the future and create a new day for mankind. The twist is John Connor became an advanced robot that would try to prevent this plan.
  • When? July, 1. 2015
  • Who? Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, J.K. Simmons. Directed  by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World)

Minions – for families looking for disordered humorous movies and preschoolers who like goofy heroes that save the day.

  • What? The goofy Minions are coming so you better watch out. Or better yet, just watch as they find a new master villain to adore and serve. They might not be the brightest creatures, but they’re definitely the funniest ones.
  • When? July, 10. 2015
  • Who? Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamn, Michael Keaton, Allison Janney, Steve Coogan, Geoggrey Rush and Steve Carrel provide their voices. Directed by Kyle Balda and Pierre Coffin.

The Gallows – for teens who like deadly slasher films and scary murder plots involving teenagers.

  • What? And again, it seems past is a place better left behind. When a group of students decide to pay a tribute in honor of the victims of a horrible accident that happened 20 years ago, they learn all too well that tragedies can hit back.
  • When? July, 10. 2015
  • Who? Cassidy Gifford, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos, Reese Mishler. Directed by Travis Cluff and Chris Lofling.

Trainwreck – for girls who like clever offbeat tales about singleness or those on a date night who love sentimental witty comedies.

  • What? Amy never believed in love, never believed in loyalty or monogamy, but when she meets Aaron she starts thinking that maybe it’s possible. It’ll take some readjusting but can Amy pull it off?
  • When? July, 17. 2015
  • Who? Amy Schummer, Bill Hader, Brie Larson. Directed by Judd Apatow written by Amy Schumer.

Southpaw – for people who like uplifting human spirit stories and boys who love rough boxing movies.

  • What? Billy “The Great” hope seems to have it all. He’s a successful boxer, he’s got a loving wife and an adorable daughter. When a tragic event strikes, Billy’s life is turned upside down and down he’ll go… Would he rise up again?
  • When? July, 24. 2015
  • Who? Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, Forest Whitaker. Directed by Antoine Fuqua.


The Spoils Before Dying – For people who like offbeat, surreal parodies and funny and silly indie titles.

    • What? The series will center on Rock Banyon who becomes the prime suspect in the double murder of his occasional lover Fresno Foxglove who is found dead with another man. Panicked, Rock splits for Mexico where he reunites with his one-time big band singer Delores DeWinter. With 72-hours to clear his name or fry in the electric chair, Rock and Delores embark on a dangerous quest for the truth that takes them into an abyss of sex, drugs, betrayal, and of course, jazz.
    • When? July, 8. 2015
    • Who? The all-star cast includes Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Michael Kenneth Williams, Maya Rudolph, Val Kilmer, Haley Joel Osment and Michael Sheen.

The Jim Gaffigan Show – For people who enjoy funny mockumentaries about showbiz and witty sitcoms about parents and children.

    • What? Inspired by Jim Gaffigan’s real life, The Jim Gaffigan Show explores one man’s struggle to find a balance between fatherhood, stand-up comedy and an insatiable appetite.
    • When? July, 15. 2015
    • Who? Jim Gaffigan stars alongside Ashley Williams, Adam Goldberg and Michael Ian Black.

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll – For people who like cynical titles about musicians, and dark humor titles about being down on your luck.

    • What? The series focuses on “Johnny Rock,” lead singer of a legendary early 90s New York band called The Heathens. Known for living up to their name, the band partied so long and so hard that even Keith Richards thought they needed to slow things down. 25 years later the only thing bigger than Johnny’s ego is his prostate. The drugs he really needs now aren’t cocaine and marijuana – they’re Crestor, Cymbalta and Cialis. He’s out of work, out of money and out of show business options. That’s when a massively talented young singer named Gigi shows up…
    • When? July, 16. 2015
    • Who? Denis Leary is the lead, John Corbett, Elizabeth Gillies and Robert Kelly co-star.

Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp – For people who like parodies that use an all-star cast and funny and irreverent titles about teenage life.

    • What? An all-star cast delivers big laughs in this irreverent spoof of summer camp and ’80s teenager movies. We’ve seen the last day of summer in the classic original film; now discover the events that shaped these iconic characters on the first day of Camp Firewood’s season.
    • When? July, 19. 2015
    • Who? Ben Kingsley, Avan Jogia, Nonso Anozie and Sibylla Deen star.

Tut – For people who like stylized titles about royal families and captivating titles about leadership.

    • What? Tut, tells the story of astounding saga of one of history’s most extraordinary rulers, Tutankhamun (King Tut), and his closest adviser, Vizer Ay. Tut revolves around King Tut’s rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisors, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests.
    • When? July, 19. 2015
    • Who? Ben Kingsley, Avan Jogia, Nonso Anozie and Sibylla Deen star.

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May’s Finest!

April 30th, 2015 by Asaf_and _Barak

It’s special effects season, it’s mega stars season, it’s bigger than life movies season – THE BLOCKBUSTERS are here and ain’t nothing gonna stop them from grabbing you by the shoulder and placing you in the nearest cinema! And why should you resist? They offer excitement, humor and a fantastic getaway for a of couple hours. So brace yourselves for 5 movie recommendations and 5 TV show recommendations. These are May’s finest!



Avengers: Age of Ultron – The ultimate kickstart for the blockbuster season.

Hot Pursuit – For those looking for an odd couple action comedy.

Mad Max: Fury Road – For boys night with a preference for stylized apocalypses.

Tomorrowland – For fantasy loving families.

San Andreas – For boys who love destruction and explosions (in other words, every male out there?).


Grace and Frankie – For people who liked Amazon’s Transparent.

Wayward Pines – For people who like mind bending mysteries.

Texas Rising – For people who like historical westerns.

Aquarius – For people who’d like to see Hank Moody chase down Charles Manson.

  • What? When the teenage daughter of a respected lawyer goes missing, an LAPD detective starts asking around. Needing the help of someone he can trust, he partners with a rebellious undercover cop who’s more comfortable rolling a joint than patrolling a beat. It’s not long before they stumble upon a small-time cult leader seeking out vulnerable women to join his cause. From there, they follow this man’s trail down a rabbit hole of drugs, sex, murder and cultural revolution. Little do they know, however, the guy they’re hunting will eventually become the killer we now recognize as Charles Manson.
  • When? May, 28. 2015
  • Who? The cast is led by David Duchovny and also stars Grey Damon and Claire Holt.

The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe – For people who liked My Week with Marilyn…and Lifetime’s Anna Nicole biopic.

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A Movie For Everyone – May 7, 2015

April 21st, 2015 by Asaf

The Avengers had their vengeance last week but not as expected. Would their rage be sufficient enough to keep dominating or is  “Hot Pursuit” hot enough to give them a fight? And maybe you prefer to catch The D Train? Lot’s of possibilities this weekend but which is best suited for you?

A movie for everyone this week:

  1. If you’re into comedies with a strong female presence, “Hot Pursuit” is the choice for you.
  2. Looking for a sentimental evening? Catch “The D Train“.
  3. It’s exciting, it’s stylized, it’s in 3D, it’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron“!
  4. If you want to be uplifted, check out when the periodic war dramedyLittle Boy” is screened.
  5. Russell Crowe takes his first serious attempt at directing in the captivatingThe Water Diviner“.
  6. Another successful indie is the clever and offbeat dramedyWhile We’re Young“.
  7. The original fake documentary-horrorUnfriended” offers a scary experience for teens.
  8. A great family outing could be the nature documentaryMonkey Kingdom“.
  9. …Or, the humorousPaul Blart 2: Mall Cop 2” with its goofy hero.
  10. A romantic and emotional option for a date night – “The Longest Ride“.
  11. If you’re looking for exciting and rough action, “Furious 7” is the best choice.
  12. The touching periodic dramaWoman in Gold” offers a lesson in Human Spirit.
  13. A fantastic adventure for family outing awaits those of you heading “Home“.
  14. Or, if you prefer prison, the humorousGet Hard” promises mess, confusion and countless gags.
  15. The teen fave, “Insurgent”, is packed with exciting chases, races and escapades.

Choose your film carefully; it’s your entertainment!


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A Movie For Everyone – April 16, 2015

April 16th, 2015 by Asaf

Who amongst us haven’t seen a movie on their laptop? We all have! This daily experience gets a scary twist in the award winning newcomer -  Unfriended… Other than that, we have new films about animals, conspiracies, true crimes and mall cops who’ll stop at nothing to arrest them.

A movie for everyone this week: