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  • by Burning Empire Media
    There's probably something special or awesome about every movie. The movies that I do not like are often because of state of mind I was in, life circumstances, or the pre-existing fan base of a film. I have nothing to say about The Dark Crystal except that it is a movie that pederasts try to show children. See, it's a complex situation. Please, do not make some ridiculous logical jump […]
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    Delicious. This movie is late-night maniac deliciousness. Reading all of the reviews of 3 from Hell is an illuminating view of Internet dickholes that are far more concerned with their own self-aggrandizing than the topic of discussion. I fucking love this movie. When I checked the production budget, my pants got wet. This is a 3 fucking million dollar film. That is absolutely nothing and absolutely incredible.If you did not […]
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    Released in 1991, directed by William Dear, and capturing a breathtaking 29% on Rotten Tomatoes, If Looks Could Kill provides a perfect encapsulation of the true nature of the 90s. While the 90s were generally a crock of shit, this film is fantastic from the beginning to the end.Michael Corben is my hero, and all of the bad guys are pseudo-fascist dirtbags that I hope die. From Jump Street, I want […]
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    Naturally, John Wick 3 is fucking incredible. What blog are you reading?Its superiority goes without saying before and long after the film's release. It is non-stop fun and exciting for the entire family. The children will laugh and rejoice.Of course, Keanu is excellent. Larry Fishburne is excellent. Halle Berry is fucking phenomenal, her dogs are absolutely excellent, those dogs will make you want to punch your mother they are so […]
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    This is not a traditional review. It is merely post-viewing musings. In other words, it is a rant about another overrated war movie. I try to not talk shit about movies unless there is something offensive about the movie. For example, I despise Zero Dark Thirty.Not only because it is a boring disappointment, but also because it is a piece of propaganda trash, and Kathryn Bigelow has not made a decent […]
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    John Wick: Chapter 2 hits like a sledgehammer to the skull from the beginning and never stops. Earlier today, I assumed that it was going to be a fantastic and ultra-exciting movie. In fact, I started to think that I was getting a little too excited. Nope. John Wick: Chapter 2 is beyond fantastic. I have not enjoyed a film from beginning to end this much in several years. I […]
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    Sneaky Pete is now my favorite Amazon show. I have tried to get into the other shows that Amazon offers, but they never really suck me in with enthusiasm. Generally, I never even finish a season or much more than a couple of episodes. Finally, this has changed with Giovanni Ribisi as Sneaky Pete. I have always been a fan of Giovanni Ribisi, and I am glad to see that […]
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    I saw Arrival for the second time yesterday, and all I can really say about the movie is that it is my favorite movie of last year. I certainly have the ability to say more about the movie, and I could talk about the film for hours. However, it seems that anything I say about the movie could diminish the experience for a prospective audience member.Generally, I do not care […]
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    Hell yeah, Disney! Since buying out George Lucas, the Star Wars franchise is once again a pleasing cinematic experience. I am delighted by Disney’s treatment of Star Wars thus far. It is strange that selling Jedi to the empire has helped make Star Wars movies enjoyable again. Either way, Rogue One is amazing. It some ways it helps blot out the Lucas prequels and that is perfectly fine with me.The […]
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    Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch tears at the screen with blood and violence. The violence in The Wild Bunch is not only historical but also revolutionary. While the film is one of the most controversial movies of its time, today, its controversy remains a frequently revisited and debated subject among scholars, critics, and movie patrons (Gronstad 167). When The Wild Bunch was first release in 1969, critics and general audiences […]