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An In-depth Review of Power Rangers (2017)

Power Rangers is only award-worthy if we’re talking “Film Most Shockingly Not Directed by Michael Bay.” It is, however, on HBO now.

Bryan Kranston and Elizabeth Banks are in it, so that’s good. Banks’ Rita Repulsa even gets to wander around Agel Grove screaming out for directions to the nearest Krispy Kreme.

I have no idea if I would have even lasted the two hours of this film if it weren’t intrinsically linked with my childhood.

That and some gratuitous shots of abs near the beginning of the film from an actor I hope is a 20-something playing a teenager.

3.5 Donuts out of 10

Todd Almost Reviews “So This is Christmas”

Hey, y’all, it’s Todd.

I’m just stopping by to tell y’all about a new movie I saw. It was on the FlixBox. I was just clicking around and saw they had a bunch of Christmas films on there. I picked one called “So This is Christmas.” It’s like that song by that Beatle with the glasses and the Yoko lady. Continue reading Todd Almost Reviews “So This is Christmas”

Nancy Reviews Netflix: Christmas in the City

Christmas in the City

Title: Christmas in the City
Original Network: Lifetime
Premiere: 7 December 2013
Watch it here.

Hey, Cynthia! Break out the Franzia, Netflix just added another batch of CHRIST-mas movies! This one looks really nice. It has that Ashanti in it! I bet she sings real good an nice in it.

Listen, I know your aunt Stacey is all worked up about this whole PureFlix thing, but tell your aunt that I’ll join when they make a movie for more than a 1000 dollar budget and few “special favors” to that guy down on Welker Ave that looks like Jesus.

Based on this cover, it’s about Ashanti as she rules over well-toned Santa-men. I bet there’s a really nice scene where she sings about Christmas and stuff.

Cny! Do we have any popcorn? Continue reading Nancy Reviews Netflix: Christmas in the City

Sam on Movies: 5 movies, 5 dollars, 7 days, and gallons of wine.

Eech week, Sam Bond reviews the 5 movies she picked up from the permanent collection at Vision Video in as few words and as many glasses of wine as possible. This week, it’s Naked (1993), Sexy Beast (2000), In The Loop (2009), Beginners (2010), and 500 Days of Summer (2009).  Click on each movie poster for its review.