Righteous Kill
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Righteous Kill Review

There seems to be two basic trains of thought on this movie among the different reviews I have read. No one, at least not many that is I would say, would argue that this is a great movie, however, camp one says almost in unison that Righteous Kill is at worst a bad movie made… Continue reading Righteous Kill Review

Burn After Reading
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Burn After Reading Review

“Intelligence is Relative” Ah, those whacky Coen Brothers. They’ve done it again. Burn After Reading’s plot is such a cooked up, convoluted, utterly confusing, overly complicated and in many ways brilliant one that to reveal all the parts of it would be at once both counterproductive and, just downright hard to do in fact. I… Continue reading Burn After Reading Review

The Wrestler
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The Wrestler Review

(spoiler warning - this review may contain slight spoilers) If there was to be one word to describe Randy ‘The Ram’ Robinson it would be this: addict. He is an intense abuser of alcohol and several different kinds of drugs, both recreational and otherwise, but that is not what I am talking about here. Robin… Continue reading The Wrestler Review

Terminator Salvation
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Terminator Salvation Review

There are a few odds and ends I should get out of the way before I begin this review. First off you should know that the version of the film I am reviewing is the directors cut release. I did not see the original theatrical cut, and thus cannot really say a whole lot about… Continue reading Terminator Salvation Review

Gran Torino
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Gran Torino Review

“Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while that you shouldn't have fucked with? That's me.” - Clint Eastwood as Walt Kowalski Clint Eastwood is not just an actor, he is an American institution. If they ever make a place on Mount Rushmore for iconic badasses his mug should be the first… Continue reading Gran Torino Review

Public Enemies
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Public Enemies Review

On the hot and humid night of July 22nd, 1934, John Dillinger was sitting pretty watching a gangster flick at the Biograph theatre in Chicago, Illinois, enjoying what must have been an all too rare moment of relaxation. It would be the last such moment in his brief but fascinating life, and also the final… Continue reading Public Enemies Review