With the long Easter weekend finally here, we have compiled some movies and series you should definitely check out.
Fast and Furious 7.
If you have watched the sequel before then you definitely know what your in for. Just writing this is giving me massive FOMO (fear of missing out), the build up has been that intense. Seeing Paul Walker in his last act, will definitely be an emotional roller coaster for some, though the level of intensity in the movie you won’t even get a chance to shed a tear for the fallen star. With Jason Statham joining the cast, there is nothing more I can say apart from leaving you with the trailer below.
Roast of Justin Bieber.
This is the moment Justin Bieber had to take it as a man. He had to sit in the hot chair and accept insults thrown at him by his fellow artistes/actors/celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Kevin Hart and Shaquille Oneal among others. It takes a lot of guts to sit in that chair, at one moment he looked like he was about to drop a tear but hang in there. I won’t say much about this, but have a look the video below, you will get the picture.
Being Mary Jane.
This show mostly focuses on the life of Mary Jane (Gabrielle Union) a talk show host who is powerful and command many in front of the screen, but behind the screen she’s just a lady who is struggling to keep a relationship. Still attached to her ex she starts sleeping with a married man something that almost wrecked his family and if that wasn’t enough she steals her ex’s sperm. Okay, enough with the spoilers, if you all about powerful women then it’s one you should definitely watch.
It’s about a rising detective who tries curb crime in a corrupt Gotham city. But will he fit in his successful fathers shoes, begs the question. He must navigate the dirty politics of Gotham’s justice system, even as they tackle a high-profile case, the murder of billionaires Thomas and Martha Wayne.
Better Call Saul.
From the makers of Breaking Bad comes another drama series. It looks at Saul Goodman the ace attorney for chemist-turned-meth dealer Walter White six years before he begins to represent ‘Albuquerque’s most notorious criminal, Goodman is Jimmy McGill, a small-time attorney hustling to make a name for himself. He’s a forceful champion for his low-income clients, an underdog whose morals and ambitions often clash.’