The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Named One of ‘The 10 Best Post-Apocalyptic Movies Of 2013’ By VIBE.COM

185218_415035211879198_1719593317_nVibe Magazine has named The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones number 9 of ‘The 10 Best Post-Apocalyptic Movies of 2013’. City of Bones has claimed number 9 Vibe’s list.

Here’s what Vibe Magazine has to say about City of Bones:

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9.The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Directed By: Harald Zwart
Starring: Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan
Release Date: August 23, 2013

Clary Fray (Collins) seems like your everyday, average, ordinary teenager in New York City. But when she witnesses her mom being attacked and kidnapped by a demon, the event sparks a revelation that forces her on a quest to get her back that ends up changing her entire life.

Clary learns things about herself, her family and her destiny that make up The Mortal Instruments in a big way. The action-adventure fantasy film is based on the first book in the popular series by Cassandra Clare. Directed by Harald Zwart, it looks to pick up where Twilight left off when it creeps into theaters this fall.

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is set to hit theaters across the world on August 23, 2013.

I will have to disagree a little bit with Vibe.com, The Mortal Instruments is not a post-apocalyptic movie, it’s more of an alternative world. I think Vibe.com people should read more about The Mortal Instruments before doing their articles. Yet, we are thankful because they considered City of Bones worth watching 🙂

By Pamela Pena(Site Owner)

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