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Happy Death Day Explained - Spoilers

Happy Death Day Spoilers & Explanation
How would you feel, if you were caught in a time loop? How would you feel, if you actually had to die not once, but infinite number of times, to save yourself from death? How would you feel, if you were betrayed by the ones you most believe? Well, that’s the life of Theresa “Tree” Gelbman’s life, in the movie Happy Death Day. The movie received a lot of positive reviews, though the reviewers and critiques weren’t impressed, because the premise of the story had already been discussed. Here’s a review and analysis of the movie, but there are a lot of spoilers, so scroll down at your own risk! – Spoiler Alert –

*other spoilers here



Tree, on her birthday wakes up at Carter’s dorm, hungover after getting wasted the night before. She then goes on about her normal course of life, being the insensitive person that she is. She dismisses every wish from her acquaintance, and denies to have dinner with her father, and also has an affair with Dr. Gregor…

Blood Money Movie Ending Explained - Spoilers

Blood Money Spoilers - Ending Explained Of course, we know what's going to happen when more than one person finds a bag of money, right? Everyone fights for it, and in this movie, dies. Yes, everyone dies going for the money, except for Lynn. The movie ends with her bring the money out of the wild. That's the ending explained for Blood Money in a nutshell. 
Blood Money Trailer, below

The long way of telling it is that during a weekend trip into the wild, several buddies Victor, his ex-gal Lynn  & and Jeff (who's into Lynn now) find some bags of money in the woods, a veritable fortune. The "bad guy", Miller (played by John Cusack) is owner of this money and of course is looking for it. 
Jeff is the first to die, when Miller and Lynn are pulling the money bags and he gets caught in the struggle. Next is Miller who gets hit over the head with a pipe by Lynn, who then takes Miller's gun and shoots the last person (Victor) and makes off with that cash herself…

Famous Christmas Movie Quote Round-Up

Famous Christmas Movie Quote - A List of the Best Every Christmas folks think of the movies they've seen through the years, and want to know a quote that made them smile back then, maybe to use it themselves in a card, or a toast, or whatever. So, we've compiled a list of famous Christmas quotes from movies like Elf, It's a Wonderful Life, Home Alone, A Christmas Story, Ernest Saves Christmas, etc. Many of the characters in these Christmas classics said something very memorable, so memorable in fact that it's now famous. Whether it is a quote from Buddy, Ralphie, Zuzu, or Kris Kringle, we've got you covered in this below best of list of famous Christmas movie quotes: 
“Look, Daddy. Teacher says, every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.” It’s a Wonderful Life


 “Oh, the silent majesty of a winter's morn; the clean, cool chill of the holiday air; and an a**hole in his bathrobe, emptying a chemical toilet into my sewer.”

Christmas Vacation 
“Hey, I'm n…

What Movie Should I Watch Right Now? Take This Quiz To Find Out

What Movie Should I Watch Right Now - Quiz What movie should I watch? Doesn't matter when, tonight, right now, whenever you're ready. If you want to know what movie to watch, then take this 10 question quiz to determine the exact movie you should watch, based on your interests (and some other things, like even music preference). Please comment on whether the results fit your exact wishes, as we would like to make sure to offer the best quiz possible to make accurate predictions! 
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Dark season one- the meaty bits explained. Spoilers

Down the rabbit hole [Spoilers]Dark is aptly named, it is a twisted complex story of a town that has a time travelling worm hole and the citizens who fall in. The story can be watched subtitled in its original German or dubbed into English. It isn't easily binge-able, as it took me three or four days to wade through the heaviness of the script and topics. But it is well worth the wild ride down the rabbit hole where you wind up not in wonderland, but Winden, Germany. The time loop/continuum will mess with you- a lot. The trailer is located here



The story takes place in Winden, Germany in three different years, 33 years apart- 1953, 1986 & 2019. 33 is an incredibly important number in this series, as it is one solar/lunar cycle. It pops up throughout the season, if you pay attention. It revolves around four families- Kahnwald, Nielsen, Doppler and Tiedemann. 
Winden is a small German town which is occupied by a nuclear power plant. While comparisons to Stranger Things will be …

Fullmetal Alchemist Explained - Spoilers - A Netflix Original

Netflix Original  Fullmetal Alchemist Spoilers - Explanation  Spoiler Alert, ending explained!  There are usually a lot of spoilers and ending explained theories on every movie. Some anime movies like this one have interesting twists, but Fullmetal Alchemist is pretty straight forward, as you can read in the summary below. In the end the two brothers fight a lot of distracted wars, and do not end up getting their body parts back, thus setting the stage for a sequel. Here is a Reddit Fullmetal spoilers page to watch.
Fullmetal Alchemist Movie Summary
Fullmetal Alchemist, based upon the 2001-2010 Japanese shonen manga series written and illustrated by Hiromu Arakawawas just released to Netflix (watch free here, for members), as an original network film. This movie is about two brothers (Edward and Alphonse Elric) who attempt to bring their deceased mother back using their father's books (the father had already left them). In this failed attempt, one brother ( Edward) lost and arm an…

Unanswered questions about Real Life

Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams Episode 1 I went into the first episode of Real Life (watch here) with high expectations, these expectations were never met, but in this article I'll explain episode 1 of Real Life and share spoilers!


Spoiler Alert - Spoilers Ahead!  The episode follows Sarah, Anna Paquin, as a futuristic, lesbian super cop with PTSD and George, Terrence Howard, a technology CEO, widower searching for his wife’s murderer. The premise is that Sarah wants to escape the harsh reality of her life and go on a virtual reality vacation. She goes on this ‘vacation’ and wakes up as George. George lives a tortured existence, being unable to find his wife’s murderer and is masquerading as 2012’s Batman.

Sarah keeps going back into the virtual reality ‘vacation’ and ultimately chooses to stay in George’s reality sacrificing her own. This lead me to some difficulties, Sarah lives in a teenager’s wet dream, she has a flying car, a hot lesbian wife and is a super cop. She says …