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So Bad It becomes Funny: A Review of The Visit

With the release of his most recent film “The Visit”, M. Night Shyamalan has not accomplished his assumed return to directorial brilliance. What old Mr. M. 704 more words

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The Best Movie of the Summer: A Review of Southpaw

The Miserable Movie Mafia podcast may be on vacation until September 11th when we return to review M. Night Shylaman’s The Visit, but I wanted to get a quick written review in for a movie that I just recently watched called Southpaw. 610 more words

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More Video Game Film Adaptation Disappointment: The Review of Hitman Agent 47

With Labor Day just right around the corner, it looks like the summer movie season of 2015 is coming to a close, and based off of the films released during the hot and humid dog days of August, this summer is going out on a depressingly bitter note. 777 more words

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Just...Kinda...There. A Review for The Man from U.N.C.L.E

Director Guy Ritchie’s newest film, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, is a lot like having Kellog’s Corn Flakes for breakfast. It’s bland, boring, has no flavor, and it makes you wish you were having a Denny’s Southwestern Omelet instead. 829 more words

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The Fantastic Four Reboot is Nothing Short of Diaper Gravy!

Director Josh Trank’s adaptation of the Fantastic Four is quite possibly the most unpleasant movie viewing experience of 2015. The most polite adjective I can think of to describe this film is sloppy. 801 more words

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