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If you want to See No Evil don't watch this! It's GOOD!
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In the first WWE film, Kane really tore it up. Finally, the transition from wrestler to actor wasn't a complete flop like it has been for the past 6 or so years. Kane did a great job as the vil... read full review
Before you write yours, see theirs!
If you're a fan of Nicholson's snarky comedic performances and the joyfulness that Morgan Freeman brings to any film, this is one for you to see. It's a bittersweet tale of two older gentleman em... read full review
Expect to laugh, not to be amazed.
This isn't the next Godfather, Schindler's List, Taxi Driver, or American Beauty, so don't expect a cinematic rollercoaster of pure genius intertwined with raw emotion. This movie is simply a com... read full review
I'm waiting for the remake.
This movie takes quite a while to take off. Just when things start to roll in the direction of pure chaos, you're back where you came from and wondering what will happen next. I'm all for suspense, bu... read full review
Pure laughter from beginning to end.
The perfect movie for any bad mood looking to turn things around. Steve Carrel's performance as Andy, the 40 year-old virgin himself, is uproariously hilarious. With an amazing supporting cast featuring su... read full review
The perfect blend of emotion make for a great flick.
Personally, I'm not a fan of Drew Barrymore. However, even a skeptic such as myself can put aside my bias long enough to appreciate a good performance when I see one. This film is perfectly written, a grea... read full review
A comedic masterpiece!
This film is perfect for that time of day that you just want to laugh. The cast of "Why the hell are they" cops are hilarious, and the perfect example that there's not a thing on Earth that you c... read full review
A relection of perfection.
In a world that's otherwise gasping for air in a sea of unoriginality, The Clash still reign supreme as one of the greatest bands to ever come through a set of speakers. London Calling is one of those albu... read full review