UnPro Kindness: An Ode to Keanu.
From Johnny Burnes....
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Now don't get me wrong, personally I think that this is the weakest of
the Expendables movies so far, but at first I thought it just seemed to
be the continuing trend of the critics that the first movie had, some go
in expecting Hamlet and just get a tin of expired spam, while others
accept it as the great last hurrah of the action stars of the 80's, with
some more modern action icons along for the ride and get a fresh
perfectly cooked pork lollipops. However after seeing it, well, I don't
know it just feels like something was missing. Whatever, not everyone
has to like the same thing, but this entry in the trilogy is defenitly
the weakest as I will explain.
Now I do like the plot "shutter" plots in an action movie I'm off to a fantastic start. This installment starts off with Barney and his happy family gives a great big hug and a C4 laden kiss from them to a Russian prisoner transport train. There they rescue one of the original Expendables, Doc played by Wesley Snipes who had been stuck in a Russian prison for a few years after a botched job. But before the team can bring Blade back to the good ol' US of A they just need to take out an arms dealer on the way back. However it turns out it wasn't any old dealer they were dealing with it was...
|Hell do you want Sugar tits?|
Yeah, well if I saw Mel Gibson I probably would freak out a little bit
myself, what with me being half Jewish and all. But it turns out that
Stonebanks (Mel's character) was actually one of the original founders
of the Expendables team alongside Barney and Doc and was responsible for
getting the other two killed ( who I personally think were Reb Brown
and Pierre Kirby.) So Barney tries to kill Stonebanks, he messes up,
Caesar nearly gets killed,
|Caesar, not, in this, movie, LIAR!!!!|
No not that Caesar, Terry Crews' character, gets near fatality shot and
then Barney considers the obvious, he and his boys aren't getting any
younger and tells them to get on with their lives while he forms a new
younger team to take down Stonebanks. Now I'm not going into a hissy fit
over the R to PG-13 rating, frankly it didn't seem less bloody then the
previous installments but there was just something in this movie that
didn't sit right with me, and that is tied into one of the movies' two
themes that I actually do like. See one of the themes of this movie, in
my interpretation is the concept of legacy, generational gaps and
accepting old age. Now be fore warned this goes into a bit of Spoiler
territory so if you haven't seen this movie I want you to turn back
right now, go see the movie (preferably see the first two beforehand)
then come back.
Jim and Tim Show - Episode 1 - Jim and Tim Go To Lego Land
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Joseph Russitano and Mike Urtaza Jr. officially announce their intentions to Remake the ultimate cult classic....
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|TORNADO THAT IS FILLED WITH SHARKS THAT HAVE ATTAINED SENTIENCE! ARGUMENT INVALID!|
Sharknado 2: The Second One
Written by Thunder Levin
Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante...
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Dan O: FI - Narrative Control
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Brad Tries: State Fair 2014
Linkara Riffs: Graffiti FoD
MasakoX: Gun X Sword
Korra Vlogs: The Ultimatum
MikeJ: Piranha 3DD
Brad: Driller A Sexual Thriller
Phelous: Lion and the King P1
Shaun K: Rem Robin Williams
Lesbian Talk: Episode 67
NC: WYNKA - TMNT
Rantasmo: Gone Home
NChick: BYOA - Scalzi
Linkara: LPPO Eps 23 & 24
Diamanda: Dark Dungeons
Linkara: Tandy Computer Whiz
See NC Editorials Early
Vangelus: Autobot Skids
Todd: Hooked on a Feeling
BB: TB's Planet of the Apes
MikeJ: Neckline Slimmer
Brad: Let's Be Cops
Nash: Fish Plays Pokemon
Leon: Clockwork Orange P3-4
Lupa: Moon of the Wolf
Brad: Expendables 3
Ursa: SYL - Frozen
iRawss: GH - Oversold
RC: Studio by Schoolboy Q