The Spy (Book)

In 1998, a book came out that transformed the lives of millions, and still does so today. It’s a book that’s been quoted by people from all walks of life world over as one of their favourite books. The book is called The Alchemist and the author is world-famous Paulo Coelho. With each subsequent book […]

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Spectre

In his 24th outing, James Bond returns to the theater in Spectre, the highly anticipated sequel to the far superior Skyfall. Spectre starts off promisingly enough, with a very delicious 5 minute single long shot in Mexico. We see the massive procession, men and women in costumes, and we follow Bond in a mask with […]

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Bridge of Spies

To be very honest, there were only two things that drew me to this movie: Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. A world class actor and a world-class director. What could go wrong, right? Bridge of Spies is a “based on true events” movie set in the Cold War Era. To cut a long story short, […]

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E

One of the better movies I’ve seen this year is The Man from U.N.C.L.E  (abbreviation for United Network Command for Law and Enforcement) The setting is 1963, in the city of Berlin. We meet Napolean Solo (Henry Cavill) who abducts Gaby Teller, daughter of  Udo Teller, who makes nuclear weapons. Chasing Solo is Illya Kuryakin, […]

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The Bourne Supremacy

My dad and I saw The Bourne Supremacy today, starring Matt Damon. If you remember, there was a movie called the Bourne Identity released several years ago. Well, The Bourne Supremacy is the second part. Once the movie started playing, my dad and I were completely involved in the movie. Not a word was uttered. […]

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