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Review: Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters is simply a legendary movie. It is a 9.9/10 for me. Yeah, I don’t give it a perfect rating because I felt like they shit on Ernie Hudson in the movie and that always kind of bothered me. 920 more words

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Woody Allen's Crime Comedies: Small Time Crooks (2000) and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)

It appears that Woody Allen was going through a phase at the start of the millennium where he made back to back comedies latched onto the theme of crime. 962 more words

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Ghostbusters (1984)

The three leads make up a fun team to root for, and the ghost-hunting concept is enjoyable, but the film as a whole never really screamed for my attention, with only mediocre action, a lackluster plot, and scattered humour. 36 more words

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James Brown

James Brown (Get on Up). (Biografia/Drama/Música); Elenco: Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis, Dan Aykroyd, Viola Davis; Direção: TateTaylor; USA/Reino Unido, 2014. 139 Min.

“James Brown” é a cinebiografia do cantor, dançarino e produtor musical mais conhecido pela alcunha de “Padrinho do Soul” e considerado uma das figuras mais influentes do século XX no mundo da música. 751 more words

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Tammy (2014)

This movie needs to turn in its badge and paper bag gun. Tammy was kind of a disappointing mess. It was having more of an identity crisis than its main character Tammy, played by Melissa McCarthy. 151 more words

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A Pop-Culture Treasure But An Underwhelming Feature: Ghostbusters

A film that I cannot understand that has stood the test of time and penetrated the competitive world of pop-culture, standing alongside such masterpieces like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Superman, Jaws; I apologise for the John Williams connection in my examples, they were the first films that came to mind. 778 more words

Mini-Review Monday: Blues Brothers 2000

Release: February 16, 1998

Story: It’s been 18 years since Jake and Elwood caused havoc across Chicago as they attempted to raise $5,000 to save their childhood orphanage. 558 more words

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