Battle of the runtimes for movies released in 2018 | Fellowship Stories At The Theaters

The First Purge (2018) (Source: Universal via IMDb)

This week, it’s time for the battle of the runtime on Hollywood movies!

We test out some movies that are shorter or longer

List of movies released in 2018 in Singapore:
  • Maze Runner: The Death Cure (January 2018) – 141 min
  • Black Panther (February 2018) – 134 min
  • Peter Rabbit (March 2018) – 95 min
  • Pacific Rim: Uprising (March 2018) – 111 min (fully formatted in IMAX)
  • Avengers: Infinity War (April 2018) – 149 min (filmed with IMAX cameras)
  • Deadpool 2 (May 2018) – 119 min
  • Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 2018) – 135 min
  • Ocean’s 8 (June 2018) – 110 min
  • Incredibles 2 (June 2018) – 118 min
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp (July 2018) – 118 min
  • The First Purge (August 2018) – 97 mins

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Infinity Spoof: a Marvel Cinematic Parody

#ageofultron parody draft pt 1

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We’re doing such parodies to Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War and other Marvel movies may be associated to Justice League, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Phua Chu Kang and Mr Kiasu. Last month, the ABC network has officially renewed Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. for 6th season, and has brought the episode count to 13 down from 22 like The Simpsons.

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Our thoughts of news – Parallell Shuttle Bus Services for change of operating hours of EWNSL

Please refer to the full listing of Parallel Shuttle Bus Services during the changes of operating hours of NSEWL to facilitate rail renewal and track maintenance works:

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A Happy Birthday to our Singapore

Hi everyone! National Day is here! We released this video at 1pm the birthday of the Nation of our own. #NDP2018 livestream is at

We regranned from the user on Instagram last night goes by @marvel__legion to feel the mood of Bohemain Rhapsody X Infinity War mashup. Full video:

Much More about ado with The Harvard Din & Tonics

How well you know Din & Tonics? They are an all-male a Capella singing group from Harvard University located in Boston. Started in 1979, they are a 12 member jazz a cappella group formed in 1979. The group has a repertoire centered on the American jazz standards of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. The singers perform in white tie, tails, and lime green socks. The group performed in Mona Lisa Smile, a 2003 movie starring Julia Roberts that was set in a fictional 1950s’ college. The Harvard Din & Tonics of 2017-2018 will embark on an 11-week world tour, where they will perform in some 30 cities around the globe. The Dins have taken such tours every other year since 1986.

Songs include:

  • Fly
  • All in Love is Fair
  • September
  • McDonald’s Girl
  • ..and more.

Here’s the video if you want to see them perform:

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Infinity Spoof | Fellowship Stories LIVE Broadcast Episode 16

Season 3, Episode 2

It’s been a while we haven’t done this due to such unforeseen circumstances.. but we had so far been watching movies for the past few months and talking about the transport issue on both SMRT and Pasarana Malaysia Bhd crating JV company deadline missed on Johor Bahru Singapore Rapid Transit System. More details we should look into it soon.



A Very Special Walk (AVSW) 2018

The Dins are there when we were at the event for carnival and concert only because we have to spend our AVSW coupons at eat, drink and do things we could. We couldn’t stay for the performance by the only Dins themselves. And because of limitation of time, we couldn’t catch up with an all jazz a cappella band from Harvard University, we’ll interview them soon.

We have a alternative HISHE

.We have an original Infinity War HISHE:

And now we had a alternate HISHE:

.If you’ve not watch Ant-Man and the Wasp, pick up a copy of Deadpool 2, it will be available to purchase at Target (if you’re living in the US).

SQ is World’s Best Airline explained

(Source: ST File)

Singapore Airlines, our homegrown flagship member of Star Alliance, has again dethroned Qatar Airways (of oneworld Alliance) as World’s Best Airline ranked by Skytrax on 17 July 2018. Qatar Airways was that time named World’s Best Airline was in 2015 and 2017, both at Paris Air Show. It was the launch operator of -900 and -1000 XWB variants of Airbus A350 XWB family. SQ ordered a total of 67 aircraft, which are purchased by Civil Aviation Authority Singapore (CAAS) including 7 ULR types. The ultra long range type will be flying non-stop to New York. Newark returns to SQ network on 11 October 2018 after 5 solid years of hiatus.

Why is Newark so popular? Non stop flights to USA requires Ultra Long Range version of -900XWB variant, which will be delivered by Airbus in 2H2018.

And for Qatar Airways?

Emirates, Dubai-based premium carrier has been dethroned by Qatar Airways as the World’s Best Airline ranked by Skytrax in 2017, following a global survey of more than 20 million travellers. Further awards Doha based giant carrier has won was for the World’s Best Business Class, the World’s Best First Class Lounge and as the Best Airline in the Middle East. Auckland is the longest flight path exceeded by 8,000 miles and went into Guinness Book of Records for the longest non-stop flight under 18 hours. It was commissioned on 5 February 2017.

What about Emirates? Leave us a comment below.