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The Greatest Twists Of 21st Century Film

There are a lot of incredible twists from films of the last few decades, and the 21st century is no exception.

And while we haven’t quite reached the same level as the Sixth Sense or anything comparable, there are still plenty of modern films that left their audience in states of disbelief at the unexpected turn of events.

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The Films With The Best Practical Effects

The highest-grossing films of the modern era are often most well known for their spectacular CGI effects, which have become considerably more advanced in recent years.

Before that, however, moviemakers relied on practical effects for their monsters and ghouls, and it proved to be a resounding success for more than half a century.

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The Scariest Films Ever Made

There is a lot more to a good spine-chilling movie than cheap jump-scares. Take for example creepy kids, or frightening ghosts, or the terrifying phantoms of kid-ghosts.

There’s the prom-dress drenched in the blood of pigs, haunted houses, ravenous zombies, serial killers, and people being possessed to choose from too!

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Woody and Buzz Return: Toy Story 4 (2019)

It’s been almost 25 years since Pixar graced us with the magic of Toy Story (1995) and with the runaway success of the 2nd and 3rd instalments, it’s no surprise that we are once again hanging out with Woody and Buzz in Toy Story 4.

Pixar has always been incredible at bringing forth animated movies melancholic enough to make the viewer search for a deeper meaning and Toy Story 4 is no different.

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Dissecting Ari Aster’s Midsommar (2019)

Those of us who were brave enough to watch Hereditary in 2018 are likely just recovering, but writer and director Ari Aster isn’t done with us yet. In fact, it would seem that he’s just getting started. There are many moments in Hereditary – for example that car scene – which are likely to live with us for years to come and by all accounts Midsommar is destined to be no different.

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A Quiet Place – An Innovative Horror Film

The horror genre isn’t quite what it once was, with endless clichéd projects being released year after year, and none coming close to the golden age of horror during the 1970s and 80s. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t any good horror films still being produced, and A Quiet Place is a testament to that fact.

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Pet Sematary (2019)

Following hot on the heels of the recent remake of IT (2017), a remake of another of Stephen King’s terrifying novel-to-film adaptations was released this year – Pet Sematary.

Starring Jason Clarke, Amy Steimetz, and John Lithgow, Pet Sematary may not have proved as popular as the remake of IT – which has been hailed has the highest grossing horror movie of all time – but it certainly serves up plenty of classic horror thrills and spills.

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Iron Man – Where It All Strated

With Avengers: Endgame hitting cinemas and setting the record for the highest grossing movie of all time, it’s easy to forget that the entire series has spanned over 11 years in total, and all begin with one film in 2008: Iron Man. Starring the now massively-popular Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man came along when superhero films had all but drawn to an end, and it’s refreshing take on the superhero genre spawned an entire new decade of high-quality films with some of the best comic book characters of all time.

Iron Man directed by Jon Favreau, and the screenplay was written by Hawk Ostby and Mark Fergus, who took inspiration from the titular comic book. It revolves around Tony Stark, a genius billionaire that decides to take matters into his own hands after he gets kidnapped. The film was released on the 2nd of May 2008, and received widespread critical acclaim, remains a good watch between games at an online casino Singapore.

The Plot

Tony Stark is a billionaire playboy that owns Stark Industries, a contract company that supplies militaries around the world with modern arms. While demonstrating one of his latest weapons, his convoy is attacked by extremists, who kidnap him and take him to their base in the mountains. The fight that ensued left some shrapnel in Stark’s chest, and the prisoner he finds himself with after waking up fashions a magnet onto Stark’s chest to keep the shrapnel from finding its way into his heart.

Over time, the two grow close, and devise a plan to create a metal suit, complete with weapons, in order to secure their escape. While they finish the suit, Stark’s friend is killed in the process, and he manages to successfully escape before being rescued.

Once home, Stark announces that his company will no longer produce weapons, much to the disdain of his long-time business partner, Obadiah Stane. Stark begins work on a new Iron Man suit, this time more advanced, along with a special arc reactor for the magnet on his chest.

He tests out the new suit by attacking the same group that had kidnapped him, while they begin to reverse engineer the pieces of Stark’s original suit that he had left in the desert.

Stane reveals that he was working with the group that kidnapped Start from the beginning, and takes Stark’s arc reactor in order to power the reverse engineered suit of his own.

The two confront each other at Stark Industries, where a battle ensues on top of the building, with Stark eventually overcoming Stane in a climactic finale.


Iron Man is one of the highest films in the MCU roster, with an aggregate of 93% based off of both audience and critical approval.

Many cite it as the best Marvel film ever to be made, and it’s legacy grew into the MCU series that has become the world’s most popular of all time. Downey Jr. is renown for embodying the famous character, and bringing the character of Tony Stark to life.