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BEN HUR 

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A remake of a remake of a remake of...

There have been almost too many film versions of BEN HUR to count on one hand, which helps erode the one criticism of this newest iteration helmed by WANTED and ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER director Timur Bekmambetov.  This new BEN HUR is, yes, a remake, but so too was the iconic and multiple Oscar winning 1959 Charlton Heston version...

Posted August 27, 2016

KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

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While my guitar gently weeps

KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS is a new 3D stop motion animated film of startling beauty.  Produced by the Oregon-based animation house Laika (they preciously made PARANORMAN, THE BOXTROLLS and CORALINE) and featuring the directorial debut of Travis Knight, the film is not only a piece of exquisite and painstakingly multidimensional art come lovingly to life, but it’s also loving steeped in ancient Japanese culture and sweeping mythical motifs...

Posted August 27, 2016

WAR DOGS (Rjjj1/2    

Two young Lords of War

Todd Phillips’ WAR DOGS tells a story that would be exceedingly hard to believe if it weren’t based on fact.  Based on Guy Lawson’s Rolling Stone magazine expose ARMS AND THE DUDES, the film concerns two very young twentysomething entrepreneurs that dabbled in gun running and arms dealing with the U.S. government, and at the height of their insatiable greed and hubris (and perhaps stupidity) committed fraud on a massive scale while trying to score a multi-million dollar weapons contract with them...

Posted August 27, 2016

SAUSAGE PARTY (Rjjj 

Not your average grocery store get-together

SAUSAGE PARTY is the only film in the history of the medium that has a jar of honey mustard screaming “kiss my brownish yellow ass” as well as a scene involving a taco performing oral sex on a hot dog bun.  The fact that it’s an animated movie – and one that’s aggressively lewd and potty mouthed, pushing the boundaries of its R-rating and nearly tip-toeing into NC-17 territory – is also noteworthy...

Posted August 19, 2016

PETE'S DRAGON (PGjjjj 

A not-so-imaginary, invisible friend

 

PETE’S DRAGON is a wondrous and triumphant reminder of the inherent escapist power of family entertainment when harnessed well.  Considering that this past summer film season has been an unending one of consistent disappointments, it’s refreshing and rewarding to experience a film so gentle, sweet, quietly rendered, and, yes, exhilaratingly magical to its very core...

 

Posted August 19, 2016

SUICIDE SQUAD  

(PG-13jjj 

The not quite Dirty Dozen

SUICIDE SQUAD – the third film in the DC Extended Universe – is refreshingly unlike most other super hero films out there in the sense that it’s a team-up effort involving villains saving the day instead of the more noble minded and pure blood fighters of truth, justice, and the American way...

Posted August 11, 2016

TICKLED (Rjjjj 

A documentary that's most definitely not all shits and giggles

 

TICKLED is a new documentary that starts off weirdly and whimsically and then later journeys down into an endlessly perverted, twisted, and disturbing rabbit hole that reveals the deplorable influence that people with power and money have over those with none.  Funded on Kickstarter in 2014 and inspired by the investigative endeavors of New Zealand journalist David Farrier – co-directing the film with his partner Dylan Reeve – TICKLED is an expose about an unrelentingly strange, yet hypnotically fascinating world of – ahem! – Competitive Endurance Tickling...    

 

Posted August 11, 2016

JASON BOURNE (PG-13jj1/2 

The Bourne Redundancy

I approached JASON BOURNE - the fifth film in the spy espionage thriller series, ever-so-loosely based on the literary series by Robert Ludlum – with many conflicting emotions.  The thought of a cinematic dynamic duo re-teaming of star Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass (whom helmed the two best entries in the Bourne “Damon” trilogy...

Posted August 6, 2016

NERVE (PG-13jj1/2 

Truth or Dare Go!

Considering the widespread and borderline fanatical popularity of the new augmented reality mobile game Pokemon Go, NERVE could not be released at a more topical and relevant time.  It’s a new techno-survival thriller that involves its main characters insatiably partaking in a new mobile game that not only seems to typify our modern world’s smart phone obsession, but also the darker underbelly of addictive social media subcultures...

Posted August 6,  2016

BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE 

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A somewhat wrongheaded adaptation that's no laughing matter

I normally don’t partake in reviewing direct-to-video animated films, but I made a special case for BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, the 26th DC Comics cinematic feature based on pre-existing comic book work.  Of course, this film was inspired by arguably one of the seminal Batman stories of the 1980’s – if not of all time – in Alan Moore’s and Brian Bolland’s iconic “mature readers only” 1988 graphic novel...

Posted August 6, 2016

THE LOBSTER (Rjjj1/2  

Trying to find love in all the wrong places

THE LOBSTER is like a weird and intoxicatingly macabre cocktail of the stylistic eccentricities of a Wes Anderson and the morbid cautionary tales of dystopia from George Orwell.  It’s from 43-year-old Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, making his English language debut here, and the film received raves when it premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, ultimately winning the Jury Prize...

Posted August 6, 2016

STAR TREK BEYOND

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Still not boldly going were no STAR TREK reboot series film has gone before

The more films from this newly minted STAR TREK reboot series that I screen the more I think that its makers don’t really have a firm grasp on what made the classic 1960's STAR TREK series…well…STAR TREK.  To me, Gene Roddenbery and his creative crew of yesteryear intuitively new the dime store production restraints of their series...

Posted July 30, 2016

THE NEON DEMON (Rjjj 

A ravenous take on the modeling industry

Nicolas Winding Refn’s THE NEON DEMON is a film of intoxicating, haunting, and sometimes confounding beauty.  Where it lacks in an overall and substantial plot and pervasive exploration of its key themes it more than makes up for it as a work of pure visual poetry.  The Danish auteur previously made two of the most richly stylish and evocatively atmospheric films of recent times...

Posted July 30, 2016

GHOSTBUSTERS

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A remake that crosses too many problematic streams

I can’t think of another cinematic reboot that has generated as much pre-release discussion, debate, bickering, and controversy as much as GHOSTBUSTERS, which is – unless you’ve been living under a rock – a retooled version of the iconic and cherished Ivan Reitman 1984 original of the same name.  A more straightforward sequel to 1989’s maligned franchise installment GHOSTBUSTERS 2 has been a frustrating on-again/off-again affair for decades...

Posted July 22, 2016

SWISS ARMY MAN  (Rjj1/2 

You definitely won't find him at your local hardware store

I’ve been covering the movie beat for a long time.  I’ve screen and reviewed nearly 1500 films over the course of the last twelve years.  I can categorically say that SWISS ARMY MAN is one of the strangest films that I’ve seen during that span of time.  Perhaps best – and most notoriously – described as “The Daniel Radcliff Farting Corpse Movie” (early reactions to the film at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year resulted in multiple walkouts)...

Posted July 22, 2016

MIKE AND DAVE 

NEED WEDDING DATES (R1/2j

They need dates as much as you don't need to see this movie

MIKE AND DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES is one of the most mind numbingly obnoxious comedies that I’ve seen in an awfully long time.  The fact that it’s loosely based on a true story makes it all the more shameful.  Inspired by the tale of Mike and Dave Stangle, two Albany, New York men that ended up putting an ad on Craigslist looking for respectable wedding dates (they parlayed this stunt into book and film rights deals)...

Posted July 15, 2016

RAIDERS! THE STORY OF THE GREATEST FAN FILM EVER MADE

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The most endearing dime-store budgeted - literally! - film of all time

The title of this documentary is not engaging in any type of false advertising.  To quote it fully, RAIDERS! THE STORY OF THE GREATEST FAN FILM EVER MADE does indeed chronicle the making of the single greatest Indiana Jones fan film – if not greatest fan film…period – ever attempted...

Posted July 15, 2016

THE LEGEND OF TARZAN

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Desperately swinging towards some sort of relevancy

I found myself asking three questions while screening THE LEGEND OF TARZAN: 1.  Is Tarzan a relevant character anymore?  2.  Is Tarzan a compelling character worthy of modern day movie consumption?  3.  Is Tarzan a character that’s horribly antiquated and outdated…perhaps even politically incorrect?  The short answers to those questions are…no, no, and yes...

Posted July 8, 2016

THE BFG  

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Look up.....waaaaaaaay up

 

Considering the unqualified pedigree of talent married together and on display in THE BFG, the film should have been an unqualified triumph.  It is, of course, based on the cherished 1982 children’s book of the same name by Roald Dahl (whose other work has been made into some truly memorable films like FANTASTIC MR. FOX, WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, and THE WITCHES) and was written and directed by Melissa Mathison and Steven Spielberg respectively...

 respectively

Posted July 8, 2016

THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR

(Rjjj 

An unpretentiously cathartic sequel

THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR – the improbable third film in the improbably popular futuristic sci-fi/survival/horror series – is absolute trash.  But it’s highly entertaining and reasonably well oiled trash.  I’m not one of those pompous windbag film critics that refuses to allow myself to enjoy sensationalistic B-grade cinema that looks and feels like it belongs in a grungy second run 1970’s drive-in...

Posted July 8, 2016

INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE

 (PG-131/2j  

Time's up

Coming 20 frustratingly long years after the release of its incredibly popular original, INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE is an excruciatingly bad work of soul crushing disappointment and might be one of the most tediously written, ineptly acted, and aggressively moronic big budget Hollywood summer sequels in an awfully long time.  It's an embarrassing alien mother ship sized waste of talent and financial resources...

Posted July 1, 2016

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE - ULTIMATE EDITION (Rjjj1/2   

30 more minutes of the Son of Krypton versus the Bat of Gotham

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE was easily one of the most divisive super hero films of recent memory in its polarizing (to some) handling of the mythology of both titular characters.  Many DC Comics fundamentalists loved it, whereas many others loathed it, and critical consensus seemed to follow suit as well.  No other film in recent memory has been endlessly talked about, scrutinized, and debated in social media circles as much as this one...

Posted July 1, 2016

THE SHALLOWS (PG-13jj1/2 

An arresting premise that drowns itself

The new outdoor human survival horror thriller THE SHALLOWS is a prime example of what I like to call a "PWP Film"…or "a film that contains a premise without a payoff."  The overall setup of this film is wonderfully and intriguingly minimalist: A young woman that’s enjoying the surf finds herself stranded on a rock formation hundreds of yards away from the beach and battles a rather ravenous and vengeful shark the size of a truck.  That’s basically it...

Posted July 1, 2016

FREE STATE OF JONES (Rjj1/2 

Not a very liberating Civil War drama

Gary Ross’s noble minded, ambitious, but ultimately meandering and ill focused fact-based Civil War drama FREE STATE OF JONES tells the fascinating story of an American farmer turned Confederate soldier Newton Knight that – after serious ideological differences with the Confederacy – went AWOL and formed a mixed-race commune (including ex-Confederate soldiers and slaves) in Jones County, Mississippi.  This very commune ultimately waged a rebellious war against the Confederacy...

Posted July 1, 2016

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE (PG-13jjj   

Never bully The Rock...like ever

The new action buddy comedy CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE is proof positive that if you headline these genre efforts with just the right “buddies” that it can easily overcome most of their inherent faults.  Like a perplexing three-way cocktail of TWINS, MIDNIGHT RUN, and SPY, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE gets a remarkably amount of mileage out of lead actors Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, the latter displaying some atypical performance shrewdness in essentially playing the straight man to all of his co-star’s man-child tomfoolery...

Posted June 24, 2016

NO YOU SEE ME 2 (PG-13j1/2   

A sequel with nothing up its sleeve

It could be aptly argued that most movie sequels are redundant and unnecessary, outside of padding already deeply padded studio coffers with potentially big box office receipts.  That much is clear.  However, in the pursuit of financial dominance many sequels can do a good job of expanding upon the core ideas, storylines, and character dynamics of their predecessor.  They make a solid claim for their very existence.  NOW YOU SEE ME 2 is simply not one of those kind of sequels...

Posted June 24, 2016

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (PG-13jjjj   

Jeff Nichols harnessing his inner CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND

Jeff Nichols' MIDNIGHT SPECIAL is a small scale, low key, and understated supernatural/sci- fi thriller that’s nevertheless hypnotizing and enthralling despite its modest look and feel.  Unlike so many other modern genre examples, this film places less emphasis of garishly distracting visual effects and numbing action spectacle and instead hones in on the human drama that is cemented in its own fantastical storyline...

Posted June 24, 2016

WARCRAFT   (PG-13jjj   

When cinematic fantasy, video games and Duncan Jones collide

The very best scene in TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS occurs during its end credits.  A very familiar theme song blares on the soundtrack, signaling a whirlwind of wonderfully reflective emotions about the ionic 1980’s animated series.  Hearing that song filled me with nostalgia and made the adult viewer in me feel like a child again...

Posted June 17, 2016

POPSTAR: 

NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING

(Rjjj1/2   

This mockumentary is totally 4 real

To take a page out of the vernacular of the main character of this film, POPSTAR: NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING is a pretty dope mockumentary about a not-so-dope popstar that thinks he’s dope, later realizes that he’s not so dope, and then proudly reclaims his dopeness...

Posted June 17, 2016

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: 

OUT OF THE SHADOWS

 (PG-13j   

A sequel that should crawl back into the sewers

The very best scene in TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS occurs during its end credits.  A very familiar theme song blares on the soundtrack, signaling a whirlwind of wonderfully reflective emotions about the ionic 1980’s animated series.  Hearing that song filled me with nostalgia and made the adult viewer in me feel like a child again...

Posted June 12, 2016

JANE GOT A GUN (Rjjj    

Female frontier justice

Sometimes, it’s very difficult for a film critic – or filmgoers, for that matter – to segregate themselves apart from a film’s rather tortuous production history while screening it and especially later while reviewing it.  The new western JANE GOT A GUN is proof positive of this, and calling the film “new” is almost a misnomer...

Posted June 12, 2016

ME BEFORE YOU (PG-13jj1/2     

AKA - How not to live boldly

Romance dramas don’t need to do a whole hell of a lot to win me over.  Classic “Three Hankie Tearjerkers” are relentlessly predictable to their cores and methodically engage in wanton emotional manipulation to ensure that geysers of tears are shed from our collective eyeballs.  Yet, what helps override this genre’s staunch allegiance to overused formulas and conventional beats is the inherent strength of its two lead stars...

Posted June 12, 2016

X-MEN: APOCALYPSE

 (PG-13jj1/2    

Days of Present Future

 

For as much pleasure as I’ve derived from watching the X-MEN films over the last 16 years, even I have to concede at this point that their narrative continuity has become about as simple and straightforward as quantum mechanics.  Director Bryan Singer has revealed that the newest installment APOCALYPSE (the ninth in the series, if you consider all of the films set within the 20th Century Fox mutant universe, including the recent DEADPOOL)...

 

Posted June 4, 2016

RISEN (PG-13jjj    

A tale of the crucifixion with a rather enlightened approach 

I’m usually not very responsive to faith based films, mostly because of their beyond obvious efforts to pander towards their audiences while alienating everyone else in the process.  RISEN is a decidedly and refreshingly different type of faith based film altogether, which is ultimately what makes it so uniquely engaging to sit through...

Posted June 4, 2016

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

 (PG-13jjj    

A return journey down the rabbit hole with improved results

 

I wasn't overly enthusiastic upon leaving my screening of Tim Burton’s 2010 adaptation of ALICE IN WONDERLAND, mostly because it failed to stay with me in any significant and lasting manner after I saw it.  The film was a gargantuan global box office success for the director and Disney, making over a billion (that’s a billion) dollars worldwide, which made the chances of a sequel a foregone conclusion...

 

Posted June 4, 2016

THE NICE GUYS (Rjjj1/2   

These guys don't play nice

Shane Black has this impeccable knack for mixing acerbic and rapid-fire dialogue with macabre violence and spirited tomfoolery as good as any filmmaker.  The smart-assed macho banter that permeates his films is endearingly infectious and often helps override some of the lesser qualities of his sometimes convoluted and murky narratives.  Black also completely reenergized – although often mistaken for having invented it – the buddy action comedy genre of the 1980’s...

Posted May 29, 2016

NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING

(Rjj1/2    

Girls just wanna have fun

NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING is a sequel that strains credulity through and through and begs the question as to the necessity of its own existence.  With the success of the first rowdy college frat house comedy from 2014, a sequel seemed positively inevitable.  As far as direct follow-ups go, NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING is pretty routine and strains very little away from the established premise of its antecedent...

Posted May 29, 2016

SING STREET (PG-13jjjj 

The power of music as a soul cleansing agent of change

If SING STREET were a person then I would wholeheartedly hug it.  It’s an infectiously enjoyable coming-of-age musical comedy of boundless feel-good optimism, made all the more toe-tappingly enjoyable considering that it’s a love ballad to music, music creation, and youthful artistic creativity.  The film tells the tale of a young Irish boy that uses music as a form of soulful therapy to help him escape from the depressing doldrums of his daily life...

Posted May 29, 2016

MONEY MONSTER (Rjj1/2   

This screenplay needs a bailout

MONEY MONSTER is an incredibly frustrating film to sit through.  It’s all the more frustrating considering that it stars multiple Academy Award nominated and winning actors and is directed by Jodie Foster, no stranger to Oscar glory herself.  The talent in this thriller is enough to get any viewer on board, not to mention that the film deals with some highly relevant themes that tap into our collective fears regarding corporate and socioeconomic evil...

Posted May 21, 2016

GREEN ROOM (Rjjjj   

A backwoods horror-thriller of chilling effectiveness

 

I’ve developed an awfully thick skin over my last 12 years as a film critic, so much so that most subject matter and/or content rarely unnerves me to the point where I have to nervously watch a film through my fingers.  Jeremy Saulnier’s GREEN ROOM is a different beast altogether.  I watched a majority of it through my fingertips, and it takes a special unflinchingly raw and unnervingly violent film to elicit such a response from me...

 

Posted May 21, 2016

DIRTY GRANDPA (R zero stars 

This old man needs to be committed

 

If your idea of a good time at the movies is to see the legendary Oscar winning actor of such films as RAGING BULL and TAXI DRIVER aggressively masturbate, drop n-bombs multiple times, insult homosexuals, make jokes about child and prison rape, and drape his penis and testicles right next to his grandson’s head at his pillow while in bed then DIRTY GRANDPA is most assuredly for you.  For everyone else with some semblance of taste and decency…flee for your very lives away from this film like the plague that it is...

 

Posted May 21, 2016

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR

 (PG-13jjj1/2   

Just a kid from Brooklyn versus a genius billionaire playboy philanthropist

 

At the risk of offending Marvel and DC fundamentalists alike, there are a striking – dare I say almost distracting – number of similarities between the thirteenth Marvel Cinematic Universe entry CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR and the recently released DC effort BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE...

 

Posted May 13, 2016

KEANU  (Rjjj

Key and Peele are the cat's meow 

I’m a self-obsessed cat lover.  Anything feline related seems to instantly melt my heart.  It’s my emotional kryptonite.  The new action comedy KEANU (not to be directly confused with the famous actor whose first name means “cool breeze” in Hawaiian) features one of the most cripplingly adorable kittens in movie history that just happens to be the main focal point of the feature film starring debut of Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key...

Posted May 13, 2016

RIDE ALONG 2  (PG-13j

Thanks, but I'd rather hitchhike 

RIDE ALONG 2 is barely a movie.  It's a sequel so unnecessary, so devoid of anything approximating substance, and so frustratingly derivative and bland that – beyond collecting massive paychecks – you have to question the motives behind all those involved in front of and behind the camera...

Posted May 13, 2016

RATCHET AND CLANK

 (PGjj   

A clanking and lumbering 90-minute video game commercial 

RATCHET AND CLANK has all of the necessary core ingredients to make for a splashy and enjoyable animated film.  It’s based a series of science fiction, action oriented platform video games designed by Insomniac Games for the PlayStation consoles and features a cat-like alien mechanic and his trusted pintsized sidekick robot that zip throughout the universe and save it from nefarious foes of all shapes and colors...

Posted May 7, 2016

 

 

 

KNIGHT OF CUPS

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A HOLOGRAM FOR THE KING

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SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS

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EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!! 

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THE HUNTSMAN: WINTER'S WAR

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ONE MORE TIME

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

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CRIMINAL

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HARDCORE HENRY

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THE BOSS

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DEMOLITION 

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EYE IN THE SKY

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THE WAVE

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THE LAST MAN ON THE MOON

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BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

 (PG-13) 

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THE DIVERGENT SERIES

ALLEGIANT

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WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT

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PEE-WEE'S BIG HOLIDAY 

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10 CLOVERFIELD LANE

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THE BROTHERS GRIMSBY

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LONDON HAS FALLEN

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EDDIE THE EAGLE

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GODS OF EGYPT

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TRIPLE 9

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