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Deepwater Horizon Review

HELL ON THE HIGH WATER   On April 20th, 2010, Deepwater Horizon, a semi-submersible Offshore Oil Rig that was set 41 miles off the coast of Louisiana, was set ablaze after fierce explosion. This event caused the massive oil rig to burn and sink and was trigger a terrible oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, leading to the largest

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Lone Survivor Review

TRULY GRIPPING AND INTENSE, BUT MISSING SOMETHING   Over the past decade or so, Hollywood has punched out a fair share of war films for audience members to see with gritty real-life action, bombastic gunfights and explosion, and unwavering portrayals of valor and honor to those characters that fight and die in the name of freedom. Whether based in truth

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Daddy’s Home Review

DADDY’S NOT HOME It’s been interesting to watch comedic actor Will Ferrell rise and fall over the years with his movies. Films like Night at the Roxbury, Anchorman, and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby have become iconic to Ferrell’s name. However, other movies like Semi-pro, The Campaign, Casa de Mi Padre, and Get Hard have proven the actor

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Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

GO BIG OR GO HOME Michael Bay’s Transformers cinematic movies have been down a rocky road. Debuting back in 2007, the first film (Transformers) was met with some scrutiny from critics and from fans of the Hasbro toys franchise, but raked in big money (Over 700 million) at the world box office. The film ultimately proved strong enough to warrant

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Ted 2 Review

MACFARLANE’S SEQUEL IS FUNNY, BUT IS OVERSTUFFED AND UNECESSARY Duplicating a hit is hard. In terms of a cinematic feature films, creating a movie sequel to a hit is harder. Back in 2012, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane presented moviegoers with the raunchy comedy movie Ted, a film that followed the R-rated misadventures of a magical talking teddy bear (Ted) and

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