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Cool Runnings

As a gesture for the Olympics in Rio that takes place these days I’ve decided to make an exception and give some attention to the… 275 more words

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Happy Bhag Jayegi Review

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Happy’s (Diana Penty) marriage was confirmed with local corporater Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill). But she loves Guddu (Ali Fazal). So before her wedding she and Guddu plan to run away and get married. 150 more words

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The Man Who Knew Infinity Review

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Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel) is an Indian mathematician who got knowledge from god. He wants to share this knowledge but as an Indian, no one believes him.What does it take to prove the impossible? 90 more words

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Suicide Squad Review

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In the aftermath of Superman’s death, as depicted in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, intelligence operative Amanda Waller assembles Task Force X, a team of dangerous criminals—former psychiatrist Harley Quinn(Margot Robbie); elite hit man Deadshot (Will Smith); pyrokinetic ex-gangster El Diablo; opportunistic thief Captain Boomerang; monstrous cannibal Killer Croc; and specialized assassin Slipknot—at Belle Reve Penitentiary and places them under command of Colonel Rick Flag, to be used as disposable assets in high-risk missions for the United States government. 271 more words

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Doug Reviews: War Dogs (2016)

From Director Todd Phillips comes War Dogs, a film based on a true story about two twenty-somethings that scored a multi-million dollar weapons contract and the bizarre chain of events that surrounded their business. 621 more words

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Doug Reviews: Pete's Dragon (2016)

Disney continues its series of remakes of their classic films with a do-over of Pete’s Dragon. Will this latest endeavor capture audiences’ imaginations or come across as a crass cash grab? 803 more words

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High Water Mark

I do enjoy a well-done disaster flick, not to be confused with a flick that’s a disaster. Historically this genre is the province of Hollywood, with studios laying out big bucks for special effects, but the digital revolution has broken borders. 710 more words

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