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Thoughts I Had Watching Ant-Man

Contains spoilers and fangirling…

Because, Baskin Robbins ALWAYS finds out.
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Ocean's Twelve Review

When Terry Benedict (Andy Garcia) discovers “Ocean’s Eleven” were the ones responsible for robbing his casinos, he tracks them down and demands they repay him everything they stole, with interest. 659 more words


Soderbergh's Perfect Send Off

There is much no doubt that Steven Soderbergh is a fantastic filmmaker, a treasure to the American cinematic landscape that unfortunately turned into a loss, the director stating his departure from films, moving on to the realm of Television, leaving many of us who are fans and those who would become fans suffering, especially with the potential that more could have been made. 931 more words

The Worst Horror Movie Ever Starring Liam Neeson(s)

Okay, so Friday night, me and my fiancee were bored and looking for a shitty movie to watch and laugh at. And boy, this was a damn doozie. 286 more words



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Rob Marshall


  • Renée Zellweger as Roxie Hart
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones as Velma Kelly
  • Richard Gere as Billy Flynn
  • Queen Latifah as Matron Mama Morton…
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Ant-Man (Peyton Reed 2015)

and so anyway it turns out that the best thing about Ant-Man ( 2015) is not that it lays bare the ways in which all the MCU movies, from phase meh through to phase yawn, are extremely ordinary if intermittently entertaining films, nor is it the inclusion of a Russian (?) in the trio of comedy ethnic sidekicks as if this somehow eliminates the problem of casting actors of colour in comedy sidekick roles, nor is it the casting of Yanis Varoufakis Mark Strong Corey Stoll as the Hood, thus revealing Disney’s plans for an MCU/ 106 more words


Broken City

Broken City: A cop-turned-P.I. is out for revenge after the corrupt Mayor of New York attempts to frame him for murder. This film is a lot of things, some of them not what you’d expect, but for all the shortcomings, it’s always quite fun to watch, if you go along with it. 174 more words

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