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The Mysteries of Fractured the thriller movie.

I watched this movie with my wife and we came to an agreement this might be one of the greatest thriller movie to be made. Believe me when I say you won’t see the plot twist coming. Enjoy the review.

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Movie Review: Fractured 2019, Mystery & thriller.

Driving cross-country, Ray and his wife and daughter stop at a highway rest area where his daughter falls and breaks her arm. After a frantic rush to the hospital and a clash with the check-in nurse, Ray is finally able to get her to a doctor. While the wife and daughter go downstairs for an MRI, Ray, exhausted, passes out in a chair in the lobby. Upon waking up, they have no record or knowledge of Ray’s family ever being checked in.

Most of the doctors have changed shifts, and the only nurse still there says that Ray came alone and was treated for a head wound. Ray becomes distressed, is restrained by security and, after being given a sedative, is locked in a room. He escapes and waves down two police officers, who agree to investigate.

What Happened According To Ray.

Ray and his wife had a minor argument. They stopped so their daughter, Peri, could use the bathroom. A dog tried to attack Peri, and he threw a stone at the dog. Peri was too close to the edge and fell into the construction site. Ray attempted to catch her, but he also fell and hit his head. When he came to, his wife was yelling at him to snap out of it. They noticed that their daughter is alive and conscious, but her hand was fractured.

Ray took them to the hospital and signed in. Dr. Berthram put Peri’s hand in a sling. After that, he advised getting a CT Scan done for her. Ray’s wife, Joanne, and Peri entered the lift and headed down. Ray caught a little snooze, and when he woke, Peri and Joanne went missing, and the hospital claimed that Peri was never admitted. After that, Ray brought down the roof looking for his family and got the help of two police officers.

They went to the site of the accident and noticed blood at the spot where Peri fell. The hospital counselor tried to convince Ray that he killed his family. That there never was a dog, and that he threw the stone at his daughter. But ray got a sight of the dog and held the counselor at gunpoint. He locked her in with the cops and got back to the hospital to look for his family.

After a fight with the hospital security, he headed to floor LL. Here he saw a couple of dead bodies with their organs missing. He also located his wife and daughter just before the “evil” doctors of the hospital operated on them. He saved Joanne and Peri and got into his car and drove away.

What Actually Happened To Ray’s Family?

The Ending of the movie Fractured reveals that Ray has become insane. He has taken a random patient out of the hospital and driven away. Joanne and Peri are dead and are in the boot of the car. While Ray imagines talking to his wife, he’s merely talking to himself while a sick patient is dying in his back seat.

Ray is a recovering alcoholic and is struggling with his marriage. The dog was real, he did not throw the stone at his daughter. However, Peri falls to her death, and this makes him lose his mind. He pushes Joanne aside, and she lands on an iron rod, getting impaled. Ray puts the dead bodies of his wife and daughter in the trunk of his car and constructs a reality where they are still alive.

Recall the first scene when they are returning from a thanksgiving dinner at Joanne’s home. She’s clearly upset about how Ray behaved at her place. Ray has issues. Ray being drunk was perhaps the reason why he got into an accident years before. The car crash resulted in the death of this first wife and unborn child. Ray was already damaged because of this. Over the years, he’s been fighting his problem with alcohol. This has clearly put a strain on their relationship with his current wife. But he wants to be a supportive father and husband.

Unfortunately, the accident at the construction site makes him lose both his daughter and wife (all over again), and this makes him lose his mind. In the end, he goes down to floor LL, which is an authentic surgery floor. Ray imagines seeing the bodies with their organs removed. He imagines the doggie toy his daughter had. Though he takes the scarf from his daughter at the construction site, he imagines Joanne giving it to him at the hospital. Ray is a man driving away into a void.

If you are a fan of thrillers I recommend this movie. You can find it on Netflix. Get your popcorn, sit down and enjoy.

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Scariest Horror Movies You Need to Watch

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We all have that one friend who pretends not to be scared by horror films, mocking us for jumping at the slightest scare. Well, this list is for them! Share and watch them revere horrors. Here are ten of the scariest horror films that will challenge even the bravest souls. Remember to share your list in the comments.

1. The Moor

Set in the eerie Yorkshire moors, “The Moor” follows the story of a grief-stricken father and a guilt-ridden friend searching for answers about a long-lost child. The atmospheric setting and unsettling folklore elements create a haunting experience that will stick with you long after the credits roll.

2. Baghead

Ever wondered what you’d do for a chance to speak with a loved one who’d passed on? “Baghead” explores this terrifying concept with a basement-dwelling monster that offers brief reunions with the dead at a high price. The tension and horror escalate quickly, making it a must-watch for any horror enthusiast.

3. A Quiet Place: Day One

A prequel to the popular series, this film delves into the chaotic first day when the terrifying creatures emerged. The suspense and survival elements are intense, with Lupita Nyong’o and Joseph Quinn delivering gripping performances as strangers navigating this new world.

4. I Saw the TV Glow

This film combines the nostalgia of 90s horror TV shows with a modern coming-of-age twist. Following two teens who are fans of a horror TV show, the movie explores their nightmarish realities blending with the show’s terror, making for a unique and chilling experience.

5. The Watchers

When artist Mina gets stranded in a forest in Ireland, she finds herself trapped with three strangers and stalked by mysterious creatures. The isolation and the supernatural threats in “The Watchers” will have you on the edge of your seat.

6. Speak No Evil

A family’s dream vacation turns into a psychological nightmare in this remake. The tension between the idyllic setting and the unfolding horror creates a deeply unsettling experience that challenges the boundaries of psychological horror.

7. Alien: Romulus

A new chapter in the Alien franchise, this film is set on a distant planet where a crew discovers ancient alien technology. The encounter with the unknown brings a fresh and terrifying take on the classic alien horror theme.

8. Smile 2

Building on the eerie premise of its predecessor, “Smile 2” delves deeper into the origins of the sinister smile that curses its victims. The psychological terror is amplified, making it a chilling sequel that digs into your fears.

9. Nosferatu

This reimagining of the classic vampire tale combines stunning visuals with eerie storytelling. “Nosferatu” follows an ancient vampire haunting a secluded village, blending horror with artful cinematography for a truly terrifying experience.

10. Trap

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, “Trap” takes place at a concert where attendees find themselves caught in a psychological thriller. With Shyamalan’s signature twists and turns, this film is sure to keep you guessing and scared throughout. Set for release on August 9, this psychological thriller by M. Night Shyamalan stars Josh Hartnett​

Each of these films brings something unique to the table, whether it’s atmospheric dread, psychological horror, or supernatural terror. So gather your bravest friends, turn off the lights, and see who can last through these terrifying tales.

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Top 10 Must-Watch Medieval Movies and Series for Fans of Epic Tales

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Are you a fan of medieval set shows? If so, you’re in for a treat! Here’s a list of the best medieval movies and series of all time, perfect for immersing yourself in the gritty, glorious world of knights, battles, and ancient lore.

  1. The Green Knight (2021)
    Dive into this visually stunning retelling of the Arthurian legend. Dev Patel stars as Sir Gawain, embarking on a quest to confront the mysterious Green Knight. The film’s dreamy, haunting atmosphere makes it a standout.
  1. The Northman (2022)
    Directed by Robert Eggers, this epic saga of Viking revenge follows a young prince avenging his father’s murder. With Alexander Skarsgård leading the cast, it’s a brutal yet beautifully shot journey into Norse mythology.
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  1. Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
    Ridley Scott’s epic film takes you to the Crusades, where Orlando Bloom’s character, Balian, defends Jerusalem. The director’s cut is especially recommended for its deeper storytelling and character development.
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  1. Vikings (2013-2020)
    This popular TV series chronicles the legendary Norse hero Ragnar Lothbrok and his descendants. Full of battles, explorations, and Viking lore, it’s a must-watch for history and action enthusiasts.
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  1. The Pillars of the Earth (2010)
    Based on Ken Follett’s novel, this miniseries follows the construction of a cathedral in the fictional town of Kingsbridge. With a rich plot and compelling characters, it offers a detailed look at medieval life and politics.
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  1. Outlaw King (2018)
    Chris Pine stars as Robert the Bruce in this gritty historical drama about Scotland’s fight for independence. The film captures the brutality and rawness of medieval warfare beautifully.
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  1. Vinland Saga (2019-)
    This anime series, inspired by historical events, follows Thorfinn’s journey during the Viking invasions of England. With intense battles and deep character arcs, it’s a gripping watch for anime and history fans alike.
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  1. The Last Kingdom (2015-2022)
    Based on Bernard Cornwell’s “The Saxon Stories,” this series follows Uhtred of Bebbanburg as he navigates his Saxon and Viking heritage. It’s a thrilling ride through the battles and politics of medieval England.
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  1. Shogun (2024)
    Based on James Clavell’s novel, tells the story of an English navigator shipwrecked in Japan. It’s a fascinating look at the clash and melding of Eastern and Western cultures during the early 1600s.
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  1. Outlander (2014-)
    Though not strictly medieval, this time-travel series starts in the 1940s and takes you back to 18th-century Scotland. With its rich historical setting and epic romance, it offers a unique blend of genres that captivates audiences.
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Whether you’re looking for intense battles, intricate political plots, or deep character development, these films and series offer a window into the tumultuous and fascinating medieval world. Happy watching!

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Zinedine Zidane and the Famous Headbutt

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The Story Behind the Incident

Are you familiar with one of the most shocking moments in World Cup history? In the 2006 World Cup final, Zinedine Zidane, the French football legend, headbutted Italian defender Marco Materazzi. This act led to Zidane’s ejection from the match, ultimately marking a dramatic end to his illustrious career.

The Incident

The incident occurred during extra time, with the scores level at 1-1. Zidane, after an exchange of words with Materazzi, turned and headbutted him in the chest. This led to Zidane being shown a red card, and France subsequently lost the penalty shootout to Italy.

Zidane’s Explanation

Over the years, Zidane has been relatively reserved about the incident, but in various interviews, he shed light on what provoked him. According to Zidane, Materazzi made disparaging remarks about his sister. In a 2010 interview, Zidane explained that he would “rather die than apologize” for the headbutt because he felt deeply insulted.

Materazzi’s Perspective

Materazzi has also spoken about the incident, acknowledging the insult. He admitted to saying something offensive about Zidane’s sister but claimed that Zidane’s reaction was extreme and that the incident had overshadowed his own career achievements.

The Aftermath

The headbutt became one of the most talked-about moments in sports history. Zidane’s action was widely scrutinized, with many fans and pundits debating whether it tarnished his legacy. However, for many, Zidane remains one of football’s greatest players, and the incident is often viewed as a testament to his passionate nature on the field.

Zidane has since moved on to a successful coaching career, but the 2006 headbutt remains a memorable, if controversial, chapter in his story.

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