February’s Finest!

January 28th, 2015 by Asaf_and _Barak


It’s almost February and awards are flying in all over the place. SAGs on the left, Golden Globes in the back, BAFTAs on the right and of course the Oscars are coming towards us faster than you know… But what about pure entertainment? That’s what we’re here for – 5 Movies with no award intentions whatsoever, just pure fun. And as for the TV section, some highly anticipated new TV shows are coming our way so be sure to add them to your wish list. Here are February’s finest!


Jupiter Ascending – For boys’ night and teens looking for a  futuristic adventure.

Seventh Son – For teens and pre-teens looking for an exciting young hero adventure.

  • What? A battle of good versus evil is about to be unleashed upon you this weekend. As the witch Mother Malkin about to unleash unstoppable evil force against the human-kind, Master Gregory must train a new apprentice to stop her. Would the new hero be able to stop the witch in time?
  • When? Feb. 6, 2015.
  • Who? Julliane Moore is the witch, Jeff Bridges is Master Gregory and Ben Barnes is the seventh son! Directed by Sergey Bordov and based on Joseph Delany novel.

Fifty Shades of Grey – Pure girls’ night

  • What? You know the story – boy meets girl, boy seduces girl, boy ties girl, boy pours hot wax on girl, and well… you know, your basic love affair.
  • When? Feb. 13, 2015.
  • Who? Dakota Johnson and Jamie Donan took the chance, either their career would rise after or it would fall. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and based on E.L. James bestseller.

Hot Tub Time Machine 2 – For teens and teens in spirit looking for some pure silly humor.

Focus – for those looking for semi-serious date night.

TV Shows:

Fortitude – For fans of gloomy crime dramas from the UK and from Scandinavia.

  • What? Fortitude is a small town in the Arctic Circle, a place like nowhere else. Surrounded by the savage beauty of the frozen landscape. In this close-knit community, a murder touches everyone, and the unsettling horror of the crime threatens the future of the town itself.
  • When? Jan. 29, 2015 (we know this is titled best of February, but we’re sure you’ll be forgiving).
  • Who? The super impressive international cast include Stanley Tucci, Michael Gambon, Christopher Eccleston and The Killings’ Sofie Gråbøl.

Allegiance – For people who like shows like Homeland and The Americans.

Better Call Saul – For everyone that misses Breaking Bad.

The Odd Couple – For anyone who’s still waiting for Matthew Perry’s big break after Friends.

  • What? About Endearing slacker Oscar and uptight neat freak Felix, two former college buddies who become unlikely roommates after the demise of their marriages. It’s not long after Oscar lets Felix move in that Oscar fears he’s made a monumental mistake.
  • When? Feb. 13, 2015.
  • Who? Thomas Lennon, Wendell Pierce and Lindsay Sloane star alongside Perry.

The Jack and Triumph Show – For people who enjoy silly and offbeat humor.


  • What? About a grown-up child star of a “Lassie” type show and Triumph, his washed-up canine companion who brings some madness into his life.
  • When? Feb. 20, 2015.
  • Who? Jack McBrayer and Robert Smigel (as Triumph the Insult Comic Dog) star.

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A Movie For Everyone – Jan. 15, 2015

January 15th, 2015 by Asaf

The Oscar season officially kicked off earlier with the nominations announcement for the 87th academy award ceremony. Until that happens on the 22nd of February we have a combination of critically acclaimed and not so critically acclaimed films for you to choose from this weekend.

A movie for everyone this week:

  1. A humorous family outing is expected to anyone visiting “Paddington“.
  2. Or, a humorous date night with a touch of silly humor for “The Wedding Ringer” goers.
  3. A fresh Oscar nominee – “American Sniper“ is offering a rough and tense experience.
  4. Michael Mann’s first feature in six years is a suspenseful mystery filled with chases and races – “Blackhat“.
  5. An uplifting-against-the-odds tale is expecting for anyone using “Spare Parts“.
  6. The clever war dramaThe Imitation Game” is recommended to anyone looking for great acting and captivating story.
  7. A sincere historical drama about fighting the system and Injustice in “Selma“.
  8. Inherent Vice” on the other hand is a humorous offbeat option in the Neo Noir genre.
  9. If you like Ghost stories, there’s one extra suspenseful one with ”The Woman in Black 2“.
  10. The most controversial comedy in recent years  – “The Interview” is presenting in selected theaters.
  11. The family friendly fantasyInto the Woods” is offering an offbeat and stylized experience.
  12. The rough and tenseUnbroken” seems like a captivating option.
  13. If you like gambling, gangsters, and clever thrillers, there’s “The Gambler“.
  14. Interested in artist’s life? Set your eyes on “Big Eyes“.
  15. The Hobbit concludes its epic exciting journey in “The Battle of the Five Armies“.
  16. If you have to hang out with your family there’s the Sentimental Feel GoodAnnie“.
  17. Or, if your family is of the adventurous humorous kind, there’s the 3rd “Night at the Museum“.
  18. A great date night is waiting for anyone interested in the critically acclaimed dramedyTop Five“.
  19. Or, a captivating and uplifting experience for anyone who joins Reese Witherspoon on “Wild”.

Choose your film carefully; it’s your entertainment :)


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A Movie For Everyone – Jan. 8, 2015.

January 8th, 2015 by Asaf

So we survived “The Interview” threat. Thank god because there are still plenty of movies out there and none of them is about to create WW III, hopefully. If you’re not sure what to watch this weekend and with who, that’s what we’re here for!

A movie for everyone this week: