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  • MacGruber

    MacGruber 2010

    ★½ Watched 20 Jun, 2016 1

    I waited a really long time to see MacGruber. I should have just kept waiting. A couple okay laughs here and there, but unfortunately this mostly just proves those right who said stretching this particular joke/character to feature length would be a bad idea.

  • Tex Montana Will Survive!

    Tex Montana Will Survive! 2016

    ★★★★ Watched 19 Jun, 2016

    Watching one guy talk to a camera for 90 minutes shouldn't be this entertaining. But don't tell that to Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella, makers of the excellent indie zombie film THE BATTERY, who have once again delivered a low-budget (in this case, VERY low-budget) gem, this time a found-footage style comedy. Gardner stars as a disgraced survivalist TV show host accused of being a fake, so to prove his doubters wrong he is dropped off in the wilderness, alone,…

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  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road 2015

    ★★★★★ Watched 14 May, 2015

    "Pure cinema." It's the notion of focusing on the purest elements of cinema...motion, visual composition and rhythm.

    You will not find a better expression of Pure Cinema in the action genre than Mad Max: Fury Road.

    I loved every single beautiful, insane and exhilarating frame of this movie. This is the Mad Max series reborn in the most over-the-top, mythic fashion possible, delivering the biggest and best action sequences we have seen in years, while somehow also not forgetting to…

  • Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Avengers: Age of Ultron 2015

    ★★★★ Watched 30 Apr, 2015 1

    While not supplanting Winter Soldier as my favorite (that's gonna be REALLY hard to do), Age of Ultron nonetheless is, to me, the ultimate promise of the MCU, fulfilled. This is the most "comic booky" comic book movie I have ever seen. Watching it actually replicates how it feels to read the big Marvel crossover events, thanks in large part to an episodic story structure that actually feels like a series of individual issues, but also thanks to just how…