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  • Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg reunite for a fourth time, bringing us a thrilling tale that we've all seen before, just with a special ops twist. I give the film a 3 out of 4.

    Mile 22 Movie Review

    Mile 22 Movie Review

    by Alec Zander0

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  • Any film which combines the talents of Jean-Claude Van Damme and former 007 Roger Moore has to be worth a look, right? Benjamin Cox forgets that it's sometimes dangerous to get what you wish for.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Quest'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Quest'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Bond, James Bond. The iconic agent made his debut in 1962 with the arrival of Dr No. 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of James Bond in celluloid. In order to celebrate this anniversary I've compiled here my own Fifty fascinating facts about suave British spy for your delectation.

    Fifty Fascinating Facts about James Bond

    Fifty Fascinating Facts about James Bond

    by Mohan Kumar64

  • Spiderman versus Batman. With the release of "The Amazing Spiderman" and "The Dark Knight Rises" in the summer of 2012, let's take a look at the leading characters and examine why Spiderman is better than Batman...

    10 Reasons Why Spiderman Is Better than Batman

    10 Reasons Why Spiderman Is Better than Batman

    by Pete100

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  • After three successful outings, Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg have proven they know how to do smart, gripping action, and perhaps it’s just a coincidence their previous efforts were all based on extraordinary real-life events. 2013’s Lone Survivor and 2016’s Deepwater Horizon and Patriots...

    'Mile 22' Movie Review

    'Mile 22' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

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  • If ever a movie was crippled by unfortunate timing, this is the one. And despite the change of name, Benjamin Cox still reckons that this is little more than your standard action flick.

    Should I Watch..? 'Bastille Day'

    Should I Watch..? 'Bastille Day'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Much has been made across the interwebs that Tom Cruise, at age 56, is older in Mission: Impossible - Fallout than Wilford Brimley was in 1986’s Cocoon. While we’re at it, Cruise was also older than Cocoon Brimley when he made 2014’s Edge of Tomorrow… not to mention 2015’s Mission: Impossible ...

    'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Movie Review

    'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

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