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Movie Review: Sabotage

Just when I thought I was finally out of the Dead Zone of movies. There’s the former Governor of California to sluggishly punch me in the throat and remind me of the type of movies that […]

03/28/2014

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Movie Review: Noah

We live in a country where we are all free to believe in whatever we would like, and I have no issues with people who live their lives according to the “good book.” However, I […]

03/26/2014

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Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson is not for everyone. I rather enjoy the genius of quirk, but I could see how chatty and weird dialogue spouted from rather cartoonish characters could turn viewers off. I can relate since much of […]

03/25/2014

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Movie Review: Muppets Most Wanted

When The Muppets hit theaters two years ago after a prolonged absence, Disney caught lightning in the nostalgia bottle with the old furry puppets. The Muppets touched our hearts and tickled our funny bone while […]

03/20/2014

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Movie Review: Divergent

The horrible hollywood teen novel adaptation train continues to roar down the tracks letting off mediocre films at every stop hoping to have the next Hunger Games or Twilight franchise. We had to endure The […]

03/20/2014

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Movie Review: Bad Words

Jason Bateman has become the go to, comedy straight man in Hollywood. Whether he is managing the eccentric Bluth Family in Arrested Development or suffering emotional abuse as Nick in Horrible Bosses, Bateman shines when reacting […]

03/19/2014

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The 4: Final Scenes

Sometimes, great ideas can come from the most unlikely places. My wife is without a doubt the brain in our family, but when it comes to Pop Culture, I’m the king of the castle. Over […]

03/16/2014

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Movie Review: Need For Speed

Need For Speed is the next attempt to bring a popular video game to the big screen. If the Fast & Furious franchise has taught us anything, it’s that people love to see shiny cars […]

03/14/2014

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Movie Review: Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Of all the great cartoons just waiting to be adapted to the big screen, you would think there would have to be a better option than Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Based on the cartoon short Peabody’s Improbable […]

03/06/2014

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Movie Review | 300: Rise Of An Empire

Correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t King Leonidas and the rest of the Spartan Battalion get wiped out at the end of 300? It’s a little ridiculous to have a sequel to movie and call […]

03/04/2014

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