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London Has Fallen Blu-ray Review

Action Has Fallen With an insipid idea, the Olympus Has Fallen movie-verse continues in this sequel, placing its ludicrous kick-stab-shoot patriotism into London. Gerard Butler wails on terrorists who …

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Blu-ray Review

WTF is right There’s inherent narcissism to Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’s humor. Reporter Kim Baker (Tina Fey) becomes irritated at the conditions around her unwelcome assignment in Afghanistan, ignoring the …

Gods of Egypt 3D Blu-ray Review

Feeble gods Gods of Egypt was created and released. For this, we must be thankful. This Alex Proyas-directed mess is a cinematic slum of rotting, rarely successful visual effects, …

Zoolander 2 Blu-ray Review

Zoo(crash)lander Precariously stuck between rehashing the old and introducing the new, Zoolander 2 teeters its fan service and fresh ideas. What comes through is messy and distracted, gags unable …

Daddy’s Home Blu-ray Review

Ferrell and Wahlberg Strain for Laughs Daddy’s Home opens with a product placement. Not a phone or computer logo in the background – Will Ferrell gives an entire speech …

The Big Short Blu-ray Review

A Worldwide Meltdown Made Entertaining Financial collapse was looming prior to the economic meltdown in 2008 – ineptitude, smugness, and blind arrogance caused it. Those are qualities essential to …