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    Mechanic Resurrection Movie Review

    Jason Statham is back once again with another action genre movie, Mechanic Resurrection, a genre in which he has mastered. This movie is a sequel to his 2011 film, The Mechanic, directed by Simon West, which was actually a reboot of the 1972 film of the same name with Charles Bronson playing the lead role and was directed by Michael…

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    Book Review: Jobless, Clueless, Reckless

      Over the years, it has become harder and harder for a book to completely absorb me – in a way that I forget time, chapters, analysis, characterization and everything that makes me so much of an English Major. Before reading Jobless, Clueless, Reckless I had just finished Papillon by Henri Charrier – a book with a vast framework of…

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    Premier League: Round 9 Review (Saturday)

    To the relief of many, Premier League action resumes after the international break. With a set of some exciting fixtures, the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world saw 23 goals scored in the 8 games that were scheduled for Saturday, 17th October. The action kicked-off at White Hart Lane as Liverpool, under their new manager Jürgen Klopp held…

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    Liverpool vs Norwich City Preview

    After a disappointing result against Bordeaux in Europa League, Liverpool now face Norwich City at Anfield. This game’s result will affect not just the table but so many things. Liverpool Liverpool started the season well with seven points out of nine in the first three games. Two consecutive losses after that & #KloppToTheKop started trending. Football’s a funny game &…

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    Round Four – Premier League Review (Sunday)

    Sixteen goals were scored on Saturday in the Premier League. Another six were scored on Sunday in the two games that took place. We had already seen five red cards on Saturday, and we saw one more on Sunday. The unpredictable Premier League action continues as we head into the final fixtures before the International Break. Southampton   3  –  0…

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    Round Four – Premier League Review (Saturday)

    Eight games took place on Saturday, as we saw a total of 16 goals scored. The Premier League Red Card Tally, was doubled in a single day, as 5 red cards were shown. Three games ended in draws and only one of them ended goalless. Newcastle United   0  –  1   Arsenal Venue – St. James’ Park. Newcastle came into this…

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    Premier League Second Round Review (Saturday)

    After experiencing a total of 30 goals in the past week, the Premier League was back with a bang. Surprising and shocking results are something that is usually expected in this league. A total of 17 goals were scored in 7 games that took place on Saturday. One of those seven was played on Friday night. Only one game ended…

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    4 Reasons Why Ant-Man is MARVEL-lous

    I swear, there are no spoilers in this review of ANT-MAN. I dont’t like to say I am wrong, but I would confess that this time I was. Along with many, I thought Marvel had reached their saturation point after the release of Age of Ultron but Ant-Man has proven that Marvel can still give MARVEL-lous products. The movie is…

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    Book Review: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    ‘To go wrong in one’s own way is better than to go right in someone else’s.’ There are good books, great books, and then there is Crime and Punishment. No other web of words, brushstrokes or music melody has ever struck me so deeply and consumed me as completely as this book did. The story of the book is not…

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