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Tag: Jake Gyllenhaal

‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ review: Greater upgrade, greater responsibility

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ keeps the comic book lore fresh with its picturesque locations, strong performances and overall light-hearted fun. Note: The following review contains spoilers from Avengers: Endgame. I admire MCU’s Spider-Man films for managing to impart uncle Ben’s infamous words (“With great power, comes great responsibility”) without the need of explicitly mentioning it. ...

‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ stars Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal start global tour

The global press tour for Columbia Pictures’ Spider-Man: Far From Home kicked off in Mexico recently. Take an inside look with Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal in the video below and watch Spider-Man: Far From Home in Philippine cinemas July 3rd. Spider-Man: Far From Home is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International. #SpiderManFarFromHome About Spider-Man™: Far From Home Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up ...

For Jake Gyllenhaal, searching for ‘Life’ on Mars may be going too far

In Columbia Pictures’ terrifying thriller, Life, Oscar-nominee Jake Gyllenhaal stars as astronaut David Jordan who has the distance and remove of a man who has spent over 473 days on the International Space Station. No one knows this home better than he does. The new crew members joining him are there using his home in ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Demolition (2015)

“Demolition” Review Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée Written by Bryan Sipe A man who lives in absolute privilege, Davis Mitchell (Jake Gyllenhaal) comes to terms with the sudden death of his wife Julia (Heather Lind). While other people normally mourn the death of a loved one, he ends up feeling nothing; in fact, he has never even shed ...

Nailing it in romantic comedy ‘Accidental Love’

“Accidental Love” is a wacky comedy with an underlying theme of health care, starring Jessica Biel, Jake Gyllenhall, James Marsden, Catherine Keener, Kirstie Alley, Tracy Morgan and Malinda Williams. Alice Eckle (Biel), a somewhat naïve roller-skating waitress in a small Indiana town, is about to get engaged to her trooper boyfriend, Scott (Marsden). At the ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Everest (2015)

In Everest, it is all throughout about the concept of “man versus nature”. The competition is not between people; the last word always belongs to the mountain. And so as the story unfolds and we take a good look at the tragic reality of the May 1996 expedition in which eight climbers died, the experience is dizzyingly ...

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