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Jingle All the Way: As Told By The Crimes Committed

Jingle All the Way is supposed to be a fun holiday family romp, but it’s surprisingly violent. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad spend most of the time running around the Twin Cities beating the shit out of each other and anybody that gets in the way of the last TurboMan doll. 1,353 more words


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Unbroken (2014)

The son of Italian-American immigrants, Louie Zamperini (Jack O’Connell) starts out his life as trouble-maker, stealing, drinking and getting into fights, until his brother, Pete (Alex Russell) sees some running talent in him and convinces him to try out for the track team. 1,292 more words


Literal Synopses of Ridiculous Movie Plots

by Andrew Doscas

Robocop 2 (1990)

Still hoping to buy Detroit from the U.S. government in order to create their own exclusive and utopian luxury hotel chain, evil conglomerate OCP, is still trying to expedite the city’s impending debt default crisis (The exact same plot as the first movie).  1,385 more words

Andrew Doscas

Post-Christmas Warm Down

Well, been a busy Christmas season. Lots of good food, excellent company, brilliant presents … just not much in the way of spare time. I ran out of pre-written blog posts so sat down on Saturday and scribbled out a couple more reports. 548 more words

Christmas films that won’t make you want to puke!

I have a problem with Xmas films. Basically they make me want to puke. Seriously. Pure full on retching.

So violently it comes out of my nose. 963 more words

Christmas Films

Merry Christmas Movie Marathon (in GIFs)

For the first time in many years, MPR & I are actually not traveling on Christmas. Since we were just on Long Island for Thanksgiving and a wedding, we decided to stay upstate for the holidays and I couldn’t be more excited to not have to spend Christmas morning in a car or on a train. 115 more words


2014 Holiday Movies to Share: Jingle All the Way

Workaholic Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) wants to make things up to his son, Jamie (Jake Lloyd), and wife, Liz (Rita Wilson). He promises to get Jamie the hottest toy of the season, Turbo-Man — even though it’s Christmas Eve and the toy is practically sold out. 40 more words