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Slow West: A Beautiful, Dark, Thoughtful Western

Slow West was something I saw recommended on some site that’s not important enough to even mention.  What is important, is that I’m glad I took the time to sit down and watch this, for lack of a better term, interesting movie.  497 more words

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What We Do in the Shadows: A Charming Vampire Tale

I honestly didn’t know what I was expecting from What We Do in the Shadows, a horror/comedy from newcomer Jemaine Clement.  I’d never heard of the actors, the director, the writers, etc.  354 more words

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Ted 2: Seth is Back to Form

I was pretty nervous about Ted 2.  The first one was alright, but had a lot of room to grow.  Plus after A Million Ways to Die, I was worried Seth Macfarlane lost his touch.   354 more words

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Mad Max Fury Road: The Epitome of Action

Alright I’ll just get this out of the way.  Mad Max is the best action movie in recent memory.  It’s the perfect golden standard that John Wick dipped into.  402 more words

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The Book and Movie Series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

“It is said that despite its many glaring (and occasionally fatal) inaccuracies, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy itself has outsold the Encyclopedia Galactica because it is slightly cheaper, and because it has the words “DON’T PANIC” in large, friendly letters on the cover.” -The Guide… 1,032 more words

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This is a partial critique of the movie and centers around the character development of Fred Jones.*

Portrayed as an accomplished fisheries expert, Fred has full confidence in his career skills and is comfortable with standing up to his boss. 453 more words

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang gets a full critique rather than a partial critique, but unfortunately, that does not imply a compliment to the movie. The issue is that the movie is integrated but the integration comes at the price of logic.  354 more words

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