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REVIEW: TAK3NSpoiler Alert- This is not a good movie so I will be giving away plot points. My friends and I had serious reservations about this movie as soon as they announced that the title was Taken with the E replaced by the number three. It was also co-written by Robert Mark Kamen and Luc Besson.... Read More »

REVIEW: I Am Santa Claus

REVIEW: I Am Santa ClausI had been following this for awhile so I was excited to discover that it finally popped up on Netflix recently. I have performed as Santa Claus, tried to raise money for a movie through kickstarter, and love Mick Foley so a lot of this was close to home for me. The film follows a... Read More »

REVIEW: Dumb And Dumber To

REVIEW: Dumb And Dumber ToDumb and Dumber To is one of the dumbest movies I’ve ever seen. The jokes are lame. The plot is non-existent. The acting is over the top. It’s the kind of movie I would have written in high school, sophomoric and plain. So why can’t I stop laughing? I wasn’t a huge fan of the... Read More »

REVIEW: A Walk Among The Tombstones

REVIEW: A Walk Among The TombstonesBased on Lawrence Block’s series about Private Investigator Matt Scudder, A Walk Among The Tombstones is a very straight forward old school crime thriller. This character has been around for forty years and they’ve been trying to make this movie since 2002 so I was anxious to see what happened with it. Liam Neeson (Fucking... Read More »

REVIEW: Batman:Assault On Arkham

REVIEW: Batman:Assault On ArkhamDC Comics has more animated fun on the way. One cool thing about having a multiverse to play with is that you can do a lot with it. The Arkham Asylum and Arkham City games did so well DC started publishing comics for that version of the Bat-verse and now we get an animated movie.... Read More »

REVIEW: Sin City-A Dame To Kill For

REVIEW: Sin City-A Dame To Kill ForThe first Sin City was basically a stripper. I don’t remember much about what it said, but I recall that I liked it and it sure did look good! It nearly doubled its’ budget though so a sequel was inevitable. Writer/Directors Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez are back with some familiar faces and some new... Read More »


REVIEW: LucyLuc Besson (The Transporter, The Professional) remade Limitless and at the end Scarlett Johansson becomes Neo? Count me in. Besson possibly beats out Joss Whedon and Quentin Tarantino for Most-Obsessed-With-Strong-Female-Leads but the results have varied in recent years. I’m still faithful to the man though… Who am I kidding? I basically went to see this... Read More »

REVIEW: Hercules

REVIEW: HerculesI’m going to keep this kind of short because of meh. I will admit that I was on the fence about this movie. The writers are unheard of and Brett Ratner hasn’t done anything good since Rush Hour 3.  But I like The Rock, I like Hercules, and I had time to kill so go... Read More »

REVIEW: Transformers:Age Of Extinction

REVIEW: Transformers:Age Of ExtinctionI actually knew this movie would get made 17 years ago. For the initiated, there are several prophecies in the film Boogie Nights. If you can read the signs correctly, there is much information that can be gleaned from it. It foretold that Marky Mark would be in a Transformers movie when he sang the... Read More »


REVIEW: ChefI love this man. Whether it’s acting in movies like The Replacements or The Break-Up, directing movies like Iron Man or Elf, or writing movies like Swingers or Made he almost always comes through. He truly is one of the best polymaths working in the film business today and this might be his best effort... Read More »

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