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Monstrous Stew, Right Size Serving

Money Monster wants to be a lot of things. Screenwriters Jim Kouf & Alan DiFore and Jamie Linden have thrown pieces of His Girl Friday, Wall Street, Network, Dog Day Afternoon, … 655 more words

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Doug Reviews: Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

Director James Bobin takes over from Tim Burton with Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass. The film has sumptuous visuals, but was it really necessary? I’ve never seen 2010’s… 846 more words

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Doug Reviews: The Nice Guys (2016)

The Nice Guys, from Co-Writer-Director Shane Black, was my most anticipated film of the summer. Does it live up to those lofty expectations or is it another Hollywood disappointment? 657 more words

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Doug Reviews: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)

The first Neighbors movie had a lot of laughs with protagonists that were barely likable. Its sequel, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising is…well, I think I at least like the protagonists better this time around. 652 more words

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Doug Reviews: Sing Street (2016)

Writer-Director John Carney, the filmmaker behind Once and Begin Again, is back with Sing Street. Is it another successful marriage of music and film or does it hit a sour note? 752 more words

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BRAHMOTSAVAM Movie Review:

BRAHMOTSAVAM: Clarity nil… Content full..!!

This movie is a clear example why a movie needs to be simple and clear without unnecessary drama..!!! This is a clear example that you can’t entertain audience by stitching unnecessary scenes around a simple point…!!! 313 more words

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Doug Reviews: Money Monster (2016)

Money Monster, the latest feature from Director Jodie Foster, features an all-star cast and tackles corruption on Wall Street. However, does it make an effective political statement while also serving as an entertaining thriller? 556 more words

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