Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Deadpool 2

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Right on the heels of a personal tragedy, Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) hits rock bottom and decides to end his life, even though he is well-aware that it is never going to happen. Rescued by his X-Men friend Colossus (Stefan Kapičić) from his slumber, he gets to spend time recuperating at the X-Mansion until a new mission comes along, which turns him into an X-Men trainee. Russell (Julian Dennison), a young pyrokinetic mutant, decides to wreak havoc at the orphanage whose staff he claims to be torturing him. After the mission goes awry, the two are arrested and transferred to a high-security mutant prison where they are subsequently attacked by Cable (Josh Brolin), a cybernetic mutant who wants the kid dead for future crimes. Considering the teen as his new raison d'être, Wade resumes his life as Deadpool and recruits a group of gifted individuals to help him with his mission against the time-traveler, collectively branding themselves as the X-Force.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

My 2 Mommies

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8390790/
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Events coordinator Manu (Paolo Ballesteros) manages his own company and is open about his homosexual life with his sister and friends, even though he still keeps it a secret from his conservative Aunt Baby (Maricel Soriano). His live-in setup with partner Ronnie (Joem Bascon) is put to the test with the return of old flame Monique (Solenn Heussaff) after 8 years of absence. She introduces her 7-year-old son Tristan (Marcus Cabais) and tells him that he is the father. Hesitant to get to know the boy at first, he eventually warms up to him and the two begin to make up for lost time. However, it does not take long until the two mommies find themselves at loggerheads with each other, not just over child rearing techniques but regarding custody as well. Will the best mom win?

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