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The Purge: Anarchy: When a Bad Movie Happens to a Good Idea

The Purge 2 takes a good idea and wrecks the development of it with lazy screenwriting. The shallow script and paint by numbers class warfare make it nothing more than a cool poster and missed opportunities. 629 more words

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The Mid-Year Random Awards: Best Arm Grab, Siege Face, Nap and More!

I’ve really enjoyed the cinematic efforts of 2014 so far. The original stories have blended well with the remakes, sequels, reboots and prequels to make it all interesting. 930 more words

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Begin Again: A Refreshing Blast of Nice

Begin Again will put a smile on your face and keep it there until well after the movie has ended. However, the biggest problem that… 390 more words

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Snowpiercer: Controlled Chaos at its Finest

Snowpiercer is a daring piece of work. It is controlled chaos that proves Bong Joon-ho  (The Host- you need to see it) is a fantastic director. 422 more words

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How to Train Your Dragon 2: A Visual Marvel That Brings the Awe

Awe is lacking in cinema. Very rarely do you watch a film and feel your jaw drop. How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a visual marvel that brings the awe and immerses you in beauty. 366 more words

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Edge of Tomorrow: The Blockbuster of Summer

Edge of Tomorrow is an incredibly fun summer blockbuster that juggles humor, action and character. It brings an intelligent boom to a crowded science fiction genre and sets itself apart through actual excitement.   533 more words

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Chef: Inspiration via Food Truck

Jon Favreau’s Chef is a fantastic film about a man starting over. It is a refreshing piece of cinema that gives the viewer a cinematic high. 380 more words

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