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Jason Bourne Review

Jason Bourne Review

Kenny D July 29, 2016 0

Jason Bourne’s retirement has been downright terrible. All he tried to do was leave Black Ops and ended up forgetting his identity. Since then, he dealt with a supremacy and ultimatum. Don’t worry, not

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Nerve Review

Nerve Review

Kenny D July 27, 2016 0

This summer is full of loud and unoriginal sequels and remakes. It’s actually nice when a semi-original movie flies under the radar, whether it be from little promotion or low hype. Nerve is the

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Star Trek Beyond vs Lights Out

Star Trek Beyond vs Lights Out

Kenny D July 22, 2016 0

Star Trek Beyond The revamped Star Trek franchise, which started in 2009, has gone through some interesting developments. Thankfully, it’s been a largely positive experience. I could never truly invest in the older movies.

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Ghostbusters 2016 Review

Ghostbusters 2016 Review

Kenny D July 15, 2016 0

In September of 1986, Filmation premiered an animated version of the ‘70s live-action TV series, “The Ghost Busters.” Just five days after the release of that cartoon, DIC Enterprises, along with Dan Aykroyd and

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Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review

Kenny D July 8, 2016 0

When the opening titles rolled up on this Zac Efron comedy, it claimed it was based on a true story. That begged me to see what true story this could possibly come from. It turns

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The BFG vs The Purge Election Year

The BFG vs The Purge Election Year

Kenny D July 1, 2016 0

The BFG The BFG, or Big Friendly Giant for clarification, is a near-direct adaptation of Roald Dahl’s 1982 children’s book. Steven Spielberg, who has previously worked in heavy CG with The Adventures of Tintin,

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Independence Day: Resurgence vs The Shallows vs Free State of Jones

Independence Day: Resurgence vs The Shallows vs Free State of Jones

Kenny D June 24, 2016 0

Independence Day: Resurgence There was once a time when director Roland Emmerich was on top of the world. Strange, considering he loves destroying it so much. Soon after the success of Stargate, he directed

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Anton Yelchin: In Memoriam

Anton Yelchin: In Memoriam

Kenny D June 21, 2016 0

It feels a bit odd to bring up celebrity deaths in the midst of shootings and terrorism. These celebrity deaths seem somewhat trivial in comparison to the harshness of reality. Yet, speaking for myself,

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Finding Dory Review

Finding Dory Review

Kenny D June 17, 2016 0

Based on scientific fact and Wikipedia (the source of all knowledge and truth), Clown fish (Anemonefish) lead very interesting lives. These fish are typically male, but can often advance and mature till they become

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Warcraft vs The Conjuring 2

Warcraft vs The Conjuring 2

Kenny D June 10, 2016 0

It’s a great weekend for new movies. That doesn’t mean that you’re guaranteed 100% quality, rather, it’s just exciting when a new video game adaptation is released and attempts to turn the genre around. Combine

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