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Fast and Furious 6 : ‘A Film for Everyone’

With the release of Fast and Furious 6 it has become a world wide favourite film and after watching it myself I can honestly say it is a film for everyone.

The way the Fast and Furious Franchise has evolved has been great to watch where it has become less about the cars and more about the missions whilst keeping a great interest in the cars.

It also has a great sense of humour throughout and will have you bursting out laughing.

The Action in the film is truly amazing with battles with people similar to themselves for example the rock takes on a guy who is more or less the same size as him and there is a very evenly fight between two girls. But one action scene that stood out is when Vin Diesel and the Rock work together to take out one monster of a man and even had people clapping in the cinema where I was watching.

I would recommend this film to anyone as it has a real sense of family and culture.

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Hunger Games record-setting debut to $365 million.


The Lions Gate Entertainment movie about teenagers forced into a deadly survival match ranked No. 1 for the second straight weekend on domestic charts. Ticket sales in the United States and Canada reached an estimated $61.1 million from Friday through Sunday, according to studio estimates.
The movie, starring Jennifer Lawrence as heroine Katniss Everdeen, opened last weekend with $152.5 million, the third-highest domestic debut and biggest for a non-sequel.
The second-weekend domestic tally ranked seventh-highest among all movies, according to website Box Office Mojo.
Some of the business came from fans coming back for more. Exit polls showed 13 percent of filmgoers this weekend were repeat customers.
Also this weekend, the documentary “Bully” about children and families bullied at school earned $115,000 at five theatres in New York and Los Angeles, or a per-screen average of $23,000. The Weinstein Co. movie was released without a rating after the studio objected to the “R” from a U.S. movie industry group for language, saying it would keep many kids from seeing the film.
“Bully” will expand to about 100 theatres in roughly 50 markets on April 13, said Erik Lomis, president of distribution for The Weinstein Co.
The film brought in $19.0 million domestically, short of distributor Relativity Media’s projection for a low $20-million opening. As with “Titans,” the studio hopes Easter vacations will help boost ticket sales for “Mirror Mirror” this coming week, said Kyle Davies, Relativity’s president of worldwide theatrical distribution. Girls under 18 gave the movie an “A” grade and boys awarded it an “A-minus” in CinemaScore polling.

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Faith Today Magazine

Faith Today is a catholic magazine that has inspired many and encorouged people to stand up for their religion. It includes contraversial topics where you can get a catholics view at different issues e.g. abortion, euthanasia. It also gives you a perspective into the different Catholic church developments. The magazine also gives you an insight into what people are doing and how they are helping the community and how they are helping does in need.


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