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Movie Review: 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' (2016)


Having watched and enjoyed the original “Jack Reacher,” expectations for its sequel were measured, albeit heightened. As long as “Never Go Back” executed the first film’s fantastic formula, those expectations would be met.

Sadly, none of those hopes are realized in its underwhelming follow-up, “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.” As it is now, there seems to be an inherent law that when an action film, which originally featured a strong central protagonist (i.e. a formidable combatant and detective) returns for the sequel, he is rendered neither.

Writing About: 'The Last Kingdom' Season 2 On Netflix

“The Last Kingdom” Season 2 recently bowed on Netflix, after its initial run on BBC Two. For fans of the medieval series the wait has been arduous. “The Last Kingdom” Season 1 premiered in October 2015.

Covering the return of the Netflix/BBC series on the Inquisitr meant highlighting Season 1, and teasing and reviewing Season 2. So without further ado, let’s dig into what I have been writing about “The Last Kingdom.”

Movie Review: 'Underworld: Blood Wars' (2017)

Beware of what critics have said about "Blood Wars" because this fan of the long-running “Underworld” franchise considers its latest installment, an absolute knockout. Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, and Charles Dance return for "Underworld: Blood Wars," a slick and enthralling follow-up to "Underworld Awakening."

"Blood Wars" picks up shortly after the events of the previous “Underworld,” as a new Lycan-led threat hunts Selena (Beckinsale) to learn the whereabouts of her and Michael's daughter. Meanwhile, Selene is still on the run from her former coven.

Writing About: The 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Premiere

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There are few shows that are as fun to theorize about as HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” which is why so many of the articles I have contributed to the Inquisitr center on the series. The pop culture phenomenon has sent minds all over the globe into a tizzy, scrutinizing every detail that is available.

Top 10 Most-Read Posts of April 2017

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Are you ready to find out what the most-read content on Eclectic Pop was last month? Eclectic Pop has highlighted and linked to the Top 10 Most-Read Posts of April 2017.

Take a peek at what readers were interested in most. The Top 10 has an eclectic mix of movie, TV, and music coverage. Get all the details below…

Movie Review: 'Edith' (2016)

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Written by Ray Robinson, “Edith” unravels the story behind a widower’s besieged memories of the past. Jake (Peter Mullan) lost his wife, Edith, nine months before the film begins. Struggling to cope, he spends some time at the local tavern, where the lively Sheila (Michelle Fairley) hopes to brighten his spirits.

Netflix Instant: 8 Micro Movie Reviews - May 2017 Edition

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There are a lot of movies on Netflix, which means there are a lot of good films and a lot of bad ones. Since there is only so much time in a day, here are micro-reviews of 8 movies, currently streaming on Netflix as of May 2017 to help you decide which ones are your best bets.