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All the Money in the World
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All the Money in the World

Posted  Dec. 30, 2017  by  Justin-Velasquez

Although there is no way I could possibly relate with a bajillionaire like J. Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer), my curiosity almost forces me to see how a man of his stature reacts to adversity. But when it comes to All ...

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Transformers: The Last Knight
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Transformers: The Last Knight

Posted  June 21, 2017  by  Justin-Velasquez

Michael Bay, with all of his big explosions, high-tech CGI, epic world-building, poor writing, borderline racist and misogynist jokes, and overly long expositions, is someone I have to admire considering the consistency of his soullessness. Since 2007 he’s been ...

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Ted 2
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Ted 2

Posted  June 26, 2015  by  Justin-Velasquez

Say what you will of Seth MacFarlane, the man is consistent. Since his directorial film debut in 2012 the writer-director-producer-star has remained bad. Obviously that's not a good thing but at least audiences know what they're getting. Television ...

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Entourage
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Entourage

Posted  June 3, 2015  by  Justin-Velasquez

You know what they say - distance makes the heart grow fonder. In the case of the film version of Entourage that is a certainty which all its fans can live with. Towards the end of its run the show became ...

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Posted  July 11, 2014  by  Justin-Velasquez

Very few reboots find success, even more so for reboots of reboots. Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the surprise hit of 2011, was considered a prequel to the classic film series, but in the eyes of many this ...

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Transformers: Age of Extinction
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Transformers: Age of Extinction

Posted  June 27, 2014  by  Justin-Velasquez

Back in 1997, musician Ben Folds wrote a song called the Battle of Who Could Care Less. The catchy title was only eclipsed by the infectious pop grooves that Folds’ song contained as it was written stressing indifference towards many ...

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