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Central Intelligence - Review


Central Intelligence‘s problem isn’t the casting, nor the premise, nor the humour. It’s the clear lack of effort to distinguish itself from other films of the sort because in spite of the sporadically entertaining moments coming about thanks to the chemistry built between Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson, Central Intelligence is never really trying to do more. 883 more words

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Central Intelligence (2016) **REVIEW**

It took me a while to go and see this film. Something about Kevin Hart I just don’t like but I do like Dwayne Johnson so I thought I’d suck it up and go and watch it. 220 more words


Flash Movie Review: The Infiltrator

I tried throwing out several different topics but they would always steer the conversation back to their job. If I made reference to something that happened to me they would match the experience with someone in their office. 506 more words


The Infiltrator

The Infiltrator – Undercover agent Robert “Bob” Mazur/Musella (Bryan Cranston) becomes real friendly with drug linchpins in order to help them launder money and eventually take them down. 185 more words

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Central Intelligence (2016)

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber

Writer: Rawson Marshall Thurber, Ike Barinholtz, David Stassen (Screenplay)

Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Amy Ryan, Danielle Nicolet, Jason Bateman, Aaron Paul, Ryan Hansen… 735 more words


Movies in Review: "The Infiltrator"

Crime Dramas? Yes I’m into those. I’m not sure if I can think of too many of these types of movies that I’ve ever passed on seeing. 179 more words

REVIEW: Central Intelligence

Rawson Marshall Thurber’s “Central Intelligence” takes a tried and true premise – a mistaken identity thriller in the vein of Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest” – and finds a way to make it just mildly entertaining. 263 more words

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