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Tag Archive for 'Marlon Wayans'

‘The Heat’ Emits A Low Flame (Movie Review)

This is the story of a by-the-book FBI agent teaming up with a sloppy, but dedicated Boston Police detective to take down some bad guys.  They are mismatched and hate each other at first, but will have to learn to get along if they want to prove themselves to the other officers and agents.  The […]

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Don’t Get Burned By ‘The Heat’ (Movie Review)

Make no mistake, I’m solely doing this review for my girlfriend.  Am I not a nice guy or what?  After seeing Melissa McCarthy in this year’s Identity Thief I absolutely wanted nothing to do with her ever again.  I grew so tired and disgusted hearing her cuss and drop endless F-bombs for absolutely no reason […]

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Take a Visit to ‘A Haunted House’ on Blu-ray This April

We’ve all seen these trailers, right?  Seems like there are like three of the same films.  But wait!  This one looks the best of all the spoofs I have seen.  Popularizing off the success of the Paranormal Activity franchise, the Wayans and Universal are bringing their comedic spoof, A Haunted House, to the Blu-ray format […]

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Guilty Pleasures- Our Best Worst Picks Vol.1 – Just Seen It Movie Review

These movies were either panned by critics, bombed when they were released theatrically, or both! But we still champion them as our favorite Guilty Pleasures. Greg gets all hairy over TEEN WOLF; Teresa has a blond moment with WHITE CHICKS and David goes ‘Lizardo’ on everyone THE ADVENTURES OF BUCKAROO BANZAI ACROSS THE 8TH DIMENSION.

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Scary Movie 2 (Blu-ray Review)

Wes Craven’s Scream— with a script by Kevin Williamson– was supposed to be a snarky take on the then-stale horror genre (note: the horror genre has since slipped back into stale-ness, thanks to the “torture porn” subgenre, the “found footage” subgenre, and the rise of “Sparkling, Ladyboy Vampire” films), a scary movie for people who’d […]

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No Plot, No Problem. Just Add Special Effects!

In the good old days of movie making, the only way to get a movie made was with a sensible plot and, hopefully, a movie star or two to make it even more interesting.  The recipe has since changed to making movies based off of brand awareness.  The recipe only changed because people stopped going […]

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