March’s Finest!

February 25th, 2015 by Asaf_and _Barak

March

Did you win any Oscar? A lifetime achievement award? No? Well, it’s all corrupted anyway. After all the glamour has faded, it’s time to enjoy some quality time with a good movie or a captivating new TV show. Lots of good films to watch this March and some fascinating new shows. Let’s check out March’s finest!

Movies:

Chappie – For those looking for some offbeat sci-fi action.

Cinderella – Great fun for a family outing and a sentimental option for a date night.

Insurgent – For teens and fans of the Divergent series.

Home – Another great option for families and kids.

Get Hard – For some good ol’ silly humor fans. And people facing jail time.

  • What? James King is about to go to prison. But he doesn’t know what they do in prison. So he hires who he thinks could teach him about prison life, Darnell Lewis, who pretends to be the most experienced ex convict even though he never spent a day in jail.
  • When? March. 27, 2015.
  • Who? Seems like an explosive combination between Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. Debut feature by writer Etan Cohen.

Apart from the above, March also delivers the elderly comedyThe Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” (Mar. 6), the boys night comedyUnfinished Business” (Mar. 6) the critically acclaimed indie-horrorIt Follows” (Mar. 13), Liam Neesons’ action hero streak in “Run All Night” (Mar. 13) Sean Penns’ transformation to action hero in “The Gunman” (Mar. 20) and the Indie dramedyWhile We’re Young” by Noah Baumbach.

TV:

Battle Creek – For everyone who thinks that one Vince Gilligan show on air is not enough.

  • What? a drama about two mismatched law enforcement officers whose polar opposite views of the world and crime-solving breed frustration, disdain, humor and possibly a grudging respect as they clean up the hardscrabble streets of Battle Creek, Mich.
  • When? March. 1, 2015
  • Who? Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters star, but more importantly, the two creators of the show are Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad) and David Shore (House).

The Last Man On Earth – For people who waited a long time for a funny post-apocalyptic TV show.

Dig – For people who like the Indiana Jones and National Treasure movies.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – For anyone who likes Tina Fey and wants to see what kept her busy after 30 Rock.

  • What? About a woman who is rescued from a doomsday cult and starts life over as a nanny for an Upper East Side socialite in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers and a couple way-past-due library books, she takes on a world she didn’t think even existed anymore.
  • When? March. 5, 2015.
  • Who? Ellie Kemper (The Office) and Jane Krakowski (30 Rock) star, Tina Fey created the series.

Bloodline – For people who enjoy tense family dramas.

 

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A Movie For Everyone – Feb. 19, 2015

February 19th, 2015 by Asaf

The red carpet is ready, the paparazzi are cleaning their lenses, and stardust is about to settle. It’s Oscar weekend but before the prestigious ceremony takes place; let’s see what the studios prepared for us this weekend in the theaters.

A movie for everyone this week:

  1. The silly humor of “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” promises countless gags for boys night.
  2. Girls on a night out should enjoy the witty humor of “The Duff“.
  3. It’s been a while since we had a good sports drama, maybe “McFarland, USA” would fit.
  4. A sexy option as we all know is the erotic flavored “Fifty Shades of Grey“.
  5. Or, if your date prefers some sentimental music, take them to “The Last 5 Years“.
  6. The stylized action comedyKingsman: The Secret Service” can give you 129 exciting minutes.
  7. A great option for teens and pre-teens is the exciting young hero adventure – “Seventh Son“.
  8. Looking for an epic and futuristic action film? “Jupiter Ascending” is in a theater near you.
  9. Is it time for a family outing? “The SpongeBob Movie” is a humorous adventure in 3D.
  10. There’s also the touching and thought provokingBlack or White“.
  11. If you prefer tense and suspenseful times, try “The Loft“.
  12. For a fantastic suspenseful experience, try “Project Almanac“.
  13. Jennifer Lopez is a woman in danger in the suspensefulThe Boy Next Door“.
  14. A humorous family outing is expected to anyone visiting “Paddington“.
  15. And, of course the surprising blockbuster – “American Sniper“ is offering a rough and tense experience.

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

Enjoy!

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And the Oscar goes to…

February 18th, 2015 by Barak

This year’s Oscars are coming up, so we decided to try and analyze the nominees and determine the winners while using the capabilities of our Entertainment Genome. So, what type of movies are nominated this year and what’s history trying to tell us regarding the winners in each major category? we made a genetic analysis of the winners and nominees over the past 25 years and these are the conclusions we’ve come up with. Spoilers inside???

Best Supporting Actor

Psychological, nail-biting emotional drama which is also captivating and deals with obsession, parent and child relations, hopes and ambition. These are the genes which are popular in this category to best describe Whiplash, Foxcatcher and Birdman to some extent. While Edward Norton and Mark Ruffalo‘s performances are very good, J.K. Simmons can easily be mistaken to be the lead in Whiplash since his performance is so powerful that it seems that all the focus is on him in every scene he participates. We think that the only unforgettable performance in this category belongs to Simmons.

Our prediction: J.K. Simmons