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MCC Home Video Scorecard #4: Desert, Dessert, Cops and Flops

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: the recurring feature that’s me jotting down capsule-sized notes about Stuff I Recently Watched at home. In this batch: Aragorn, Ah-nuld, and two former teen stars — one all grown up, and one grown up only on the inside. 1,302 more words

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Castle 07×09 ‘Last Action Hero’: Nerdy guys don’t look at explosions

Actually, they do, but that’s not the point.

It was another one of the cuter episodes, but unlike most of them, the mystery wasn’t so easily solvable, especially the motivation behind the killer. 31 more words

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Last Action Hero (S07E09) - My thoughts on it. (Spoilers Below)

I would like to apologise first. I was not able to review the last two episodes because exams and some other issues. But I did watch those episodes and I will be hinting about how it was in this post. 713 more words

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Castle: Last Action Hero Worship

Castle: Last Action Hero Worship

After last week’s fairly intense episode where Javi’s life was in danger, this week on Castle, was a bit more laid back and Last Action Hero felt that bit more light hearted with Rick suffering from hero worship when he gets to meet his favorite stars from 1980s action films. 50 more words

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The Cabin in the Woods

When I compared Cabin in the Woods to Shaun of the Dead I was told that it was an unfair comparison because Shaun of the Dead is a spoof, and Cabin in the Woods is a “deconstruction”. 1,173 more words

Schlocktoberfest IV - Day 30: The Weekend Murders


The Weekend Murders (1970)

By guest writer Jim DiNolfo (You can see other fine examples of Jim’s commentary and reviews in our past Shlocktoberfests like: … 982 more words

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Trading Card Set of the Week - Last Action Hero (1993, Topps)

Last Action Hero isn’t a great movie, but it isn’t a terrible one either. It’s a modestly enjoyable experience, at times eliciting smiles even from jaded moviegoers with the wry Hollywood commentaries of its metafictional make-believe world. 1,280 more words

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