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A Brief Word on New Releases: "Patriot's Day" and "Underworld: Blood Wars"

By Andrew Buckner

PATRIOT’S DAY

Rating: **** out of *****.

Patriot’s Day (2016), which chronicles the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the investigation it spawned, is an absolute knockout! 424 more words

Andrew Buckner

Verizon-Hearst's Complex Renews Peter Berg's 'QB1' for Two More Seasons, Announces 11 New Originals

Complex Networks, the digital-media company owned by Verizon and Hearst that functions as a kind of in-house studio for the telco’s Go90, is boosting its youth-targeted programming slate with 11 new original productions and also announced the renewal of Peter Berg’s “QB1: Beyond the Lights” docu-series for two additional seasons. 848 more words

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Peter Berg's 'QB1' Renewed For Two More Seasons As Complex Networks Unveils Slate

QB1, the high school football docuseries from Peter Berg’s Film 45, has been renewed for two more seasons on Rated Red, one of four digital channels that make up Complex Networks, a joint venture between Verizon and Hearst. 1,624 more words

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Collateral

It’s probably never a good day to be a cab driver, but Max is having an exceptionally bad day: he’s just trying to put in his time until he can get his own limo business going, minding his own business, when by a stroke of bad luck, Vincent climbs into his backseat. 288 more words

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Deepwater Horizon (2016)

Deepwater Horizon depicts the events of April 2010 when a deep sea drilling platform in the Gulf Of Mexico exploded, causing the biggest oil disaster in American history. 248 more words

Film

Patriots Day

My cynical take on “Patriots Day” (2016) is movie producer Mark Wahlberg gave movie director Peter Berg money to do what Peter Berg does best, which is to make movie star Mark Wahlberg look like some kind of everyman hero. 62 more words

Movie Reviews

PATRIOTS DAY (2016)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 13 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Violence, Realistically Graphic Injury Images, Language throughout and some Drug Use… 868 more words

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