Comfortable and Furious

Month: April 2018

  • Avengers: Infinity War

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    Winter is here. Ten years people. We have been waiting ten years for Avengers: Infinity War and it is finally here. Eighteen movies and three television series later and it is finally here. Okay, so not many people watch all three TV series. I forgot Inhumans was even a thing (just eight episodes), Agent Carter…

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  • Batman Ninja (2018)

    Batman Ninja (2018)

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    Batman Ninja (2018) Right. Even with the lowest of expectations, this film could not possibly appeal to even the most masturbation-induced brain damaged victims of whatever DC anime cult still exists. This attempt at a movie was so childish and horribly written and displayed that I don’t know who else it could possibly appeal to.…

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  • The Top 10 Most Outrageous YouTube  Eating Channels

    The Top 10 Most Outrageous YouTube Eating Channels

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: Since this list is over two years old, some things have changed. Things like some of these brave warriors having to give up this dangerous folly. Have no fear, however, fresh troops are here and I proudly present the 2019 version of The Top 10 YouTube Eating Channels. YouTube. The Morphine Drip of…

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  • Children of Men (2006)

    Children of Men (2006)

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    Children of Men (2006) Cuaron’s Children of Men is one of the few post-apocalyptic nightmares I can believe in. Its dystopian vision of a future world not so far away (its events are set in 2027) rings true from start to finish, and its unrelenting bleakness never reeks of hyperbolic fantasy. This is not a…

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  • Rampage

    Rampage

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    Keep it simple, stupid. If you were to make a list of video games you would most like to see adapted into movies, I am guessing that list would include exactly zero classic arcade games. I have never expressed a desire to see a Galaga or Centipede movie on the silver screen nor have I…

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  • A Quiet Place

    A Quiet Place

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    A Quiet Place I just reviewed another horror movie, Winchester earlier this week. It was dreadful. This week’s movie was a horror/thriller orchestrated by John Krasinski, who also played a lead role alongside his real world wife Emily Blunt. Like I stated in another review, horror is not my movie genre of choice. If Get…

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  • The Ritual (2017)

    The Ritual (2017)

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    The Ritual (2017) I only get to watch horror movies by myself. This isn’t out of choice. It’s just that my girlfriend wants nothing to do with anything more terrifying than The Emperor’s New Groove. And in this day and age, you can’t casually phone a pal and ask them round to watch a horror…

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  • Winchester (2018)

    Winchester (2018)

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    Winchester (2018) is a movie that was based on the true story of the heiress to the enormous fortune of the Winchester Rifle Company. The great Helen Mirren plays Sarah Winchester who lived in an ever-expanding creepy mansion that she was convinced was haunted by the ghosts of the humans retired by her dead husband’s…

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  • A Tribute To Robert Altman

    A Tribute To Robert Altman

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    A Tribute To Robert Altman The American cinema never really deserved the likes of Robert Altman, a man who never made the same movie twice, even when detractors accused him of coasting on his reputation. Sure, he largely disappeared in the 1980s (except for the wonderful Secret Honor), and even after his comeback with 1992s…

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