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 The Purge: Anarchy Review.  

The Purge: Anarchy is the Purge movie we deserved. Anyone who was captivated by the concept of the Purge, was almost definitey heavily disappointed at the first Purge movie. 

While the initial Purge movie was reduced to nothing more than a home-invasion suspense film; Purge: Anarchy delves deeply into the meaty concept of The Purge. Following three different stories, the day and night of the annual Purge, the stories wound together and ended up forming a solid, entertaining, and terrifying story.

First and foremost I want to address that one of the three central stories revolved entirely around two single black women. Yes there was a man in their life, and yes, at times their lives were saved by the “hero” BUT…. They kicked some serious ass first, and we got to finally see a movie where the women were on the front lines, defending themselves, their homes, and their friends, and not being pretty faces drug along with the sole purpose of tripping on something every few minutes. 
For that lone I give this movie a standing applause.

All three stories were engaging, some more than other, and some characters more than others, but of the central five people, none of them really made you want to smack them. And that is genuinely an accomplishment in a movie that markets itself as horror/thriller.

We got to see a whole lot more of the effects that the Purge has on the city, its citizens, and those who actually go out to purge. While the first movie we were stuck in one building, with essentially one set of creepy but ultimately fairly uninteresting villains, Purge: Anarchy delved deeply into the social, political, and psychological effects of The Purge.

This movie tore open American culture and exposed it on the screen like a female slave up for auction in the 19th century. It was grotesque, and horrible, and showed the human condition at its worst. 
And for that I love it to no end.

Get it.
Watch it.
Let it terrify your soul.

Expectations: 8/10
Reality: 9.9/10
Score: +1.9

The Purge: Anarchy Review.

The Purge: Anarchy is the Purge movie we deserved. Anyone who was captivated by the concept of the Purge, was almost definitey heavily disappointed at the first Purge movie.

While the initial Purge movie was reduced to nothing more than a home-invasion suspense film; Purge: Anarchy delves deeply into the meaty concept of The Purge. Following three different stories, the day and night of the annual Purge, the stories wound together and ended up forming a solid, entertaining, and terrifying story.

First and foremost I want to address that one of the three central stories revolved entirely around two single black women. Yes there was a man in their life, and yes, at times their lives were saved by the “hero” BUT…. They kicked some serious ass first, and we got to finally see a movie where the women were on the front lines, defending themselves, their homes, and their friends, and not being pretty faces drug along with the sole purpose of tripping on something every few minutes.
For that lone I give this movie a standing applause.

All three stories were engaging, some more than other, and some characters more than others, but of the central five people, none of them really made you want to smack them. And that is genuinely an accomplishment in a movie that markets itself as horror/thriller.

We got to see a whole lot more of the effects that the Purge has on the city, its citizens, and those who actually go out to purge. While the first movie we were stuck in one building, with essentially one set of creepy but ultimately fairly uninteresting villains, Purge: Anarchy delved deeply into the social, political, and psychological effects of The Purge.

This movie tore open American culture and exposed it on the screen like a female slave up for auction in the 19th century. It was grotesque, and horrible, and showed the human condition at its worst.
And for that I love it to no end.

Get it.
Watch it.
Let it terrify your soul.

Expectations: 8/10
Reality: 9.9/10
Score: +1.9

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The Expendables 3 Review.

Anyone who has been reading my reviews long enough will know that I quite enjoy the first two Expendables movies. They are formulaic action movies, but they know that, nod to it, and do it extremely well. Charmingly self-aware and full of great character interaction, the first two Expendables are the action-movie genre at its finest.

The third Expendables is an exercise in needlessness and boredom. Full of nothing.
I understand and accept that the primary drive behind these films is to cram as many older action stars as possible into 120 minutes, give them a good dose of Michael Bay explosions, and crack jokes that you only get if you’re a dude, or watched a lot of movies in the 80’s.
But this was just……blah.

I honestly considered walking out over sheer boredom.

The entire new addition of the “young” cast was worthless, save for perhaps one. The token female was not only needlessly bitchy, but also one of the worst actresses I have ever seen (Move over, Elle Fanning in Super 8, there’s a new queen of unbelievably bad acting)

Ford, Banderas, and Grammer were all good, but not great. Grammer was in far too little of it, Ford was pretty boring, and Banderas’ shtick was far, far, far overdone.

It had its moments of being worthwhile, and if you just want to watch people shoot people and complain about being too old and not tech savvy enough for the “new generation” of Expendables, then go for it. I’ll complete my collection with it, but I’m never watching that movie without something more interesting going on in the foreground again. -Starts playing Injustice: Gods Among Us on iOs after the first ten minutes.-

Also, Stallone needs his facial hair back.

And for anyone who has seen the movie already, I leave this gem: “SEND IN THE BIKE NINJAS!!” 
Like seriously.
A Ukrainian arms dealer has a motorcycle cavalry? 
Excuse me, tanks, and guided missiles, the bad guys from Mad Max have some ass kissing to do.

P.S.
I just remembered Mel Gibson was in the movie.
So……..that should tell you something about that.

Expectations: 7/10
Reality: 5/10
Score: -2

The Expendables 3 Review.

Anyone who has been reading my reviews long enough will know that I quite enjoy the first two Expendables movies. They are formulaic action movies, but they know that, nod to it, and do it extremely well. Charmingly self-aware and full of great character interaction, the first two Expendables are the action-movie genre at its finest.

The third Expendables is an exercise in needlessness and boredom. Full of nothing.
I understand and accept that the primary drive behind these films is to cram as many older action stars as possible into 120 minutes, give them a good dose of Michael Bay explosions, and crack jokes that you only get if you’re a dude, or watched a lot of movies in the 80’s.
But this was just……blah.

I honestly considered walking out over sheer boredom.

The entire new addition of the “young” cast was worthless, save for perhaps one. The token female was not only needlessly bitchy, but also one of the worst actresses I have ever seen (Move over, Elle Fanning in Super 8, there’s a new queen of unbelievably bad acting)

Ford, Banderas, and Grammer were all good, but not great. Grammer was in far too little of it, Ford was pretty boring, and Banderas’ shtick was far, far, far overdone.

It had its moments of being worthwhile, and if you just want to watch people shoot people and complain about being too old and not tech savvy enough for the “new generation” of Expendables, then go for it. I’ll complete my collection with it, but I’m never watching that movie without something more interesting going on in the foreground again. -Starts playing Injustice: Gods Among Us on iOs after the first ten minutes.-

Also, Stallone needs his facial hair back.

And for anyone who has seen the movie already, I leave this gem: “SEND IN THE BIKE NINJAS!!”
Like seriously.
A Ukrainian arms dealer has a motorcycle cavalry?
Excuse me, tanks, and guided missiles, the bad guys from Mad Max have some ass kissing to do.

P.S.
I just remembered Mel Gibson was in the movie.
So……..that should tell you something about that.

Expectations: 7/10
Reality: 5/10
Score: -2

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Dracula Untold Review

If you’ve seen the trailer for Dracula Untold you’ve seen the best bits of the movie.

In the vein of Van Helsing or I, Frankenstein, Dracula Untold turns the monster into the hero, in a form of reimagining as old as the new mellinium. That being said, Dracula Untold does it much better than any of the other films of its type. (Van Helsing wasn’t exactly a monster to begin with so I’m excluding that) 

Luke Evans really does a fantastic job, and continues to prove his talent as an actor. If I took away one think from Dracula Untold, it was a significantly increased level of excitement for the new Crow movie, which is currently in production with Luke Evans as Eric Draven.

Dominic Cooper is another freshish face that I’m excited to see in just about any role, and he did a good job as the main villain, althought whoever wrote his character needs to have their finger tips removed so they can never write again. His character went from making decisions as poor as *SPOILER* LITERALLY blindfolding his ENTIRE army because “Men cannot fear what they cannot see” to something as brilliant and covering the entire floor of his lair in silver coins in order to weaken Dracula for the final conflict. *END SPOILER* His character seemed intelligent, but his decisions as a leader were questionable at best, and his attitude towards his “lifelong brother” of Vlad was borderline bipolar.

The rest of the cast was exceptionally mediocre. I had a hard time destinguishing between the apparently dozens of expendable second-in-command characters in Dracula’s army, to the point that multiple times I stopped and went “wait, I thought that guy died last scene” Then there was also this random old white dude who did nothing but bitch out Dracula’s decisions through the whole movie, while offering no helpful advice or tips. Seriously, who the hell was that old bastard?

The effects and makeup were really pretty. I think the army of bats was a bit overdone, but seeing Vlad/Dracula discovering his powers, and taking down a thousand turks single handedly was indeed spectacular, and quite enjoyable to watch.

The legacy of “Vlad the Impaler” was addressed in a very interesting way, and Dracula’s monologue about why he chose to impale his victims is the only line in the entire movie that will resonate with me for a long time to come.
That aspect was done very, very well, and while most of the cinematography was -shrug- there were a few shots in particular of Vlad’s impaled enemies that are most definitely wallpaper worthy.

In the end, the story didn’t really make a lot of sense, none of the characters made great decisions, but most of them didn’t make decisions that were face-palm worthy, either.

Worth seeing for the prettiness if you like this kind of film, but don’t expect anything but a lot of bats, and walking out trying to decide if you should be ranting about the action, or scratching your head over the story.

Expectations: 6/10
Reality: 6/10
Score: 0

Dracula Untold Review

If you’ve seen the trailer for Dracula Untold you’ve seen the best bits of the movie.

In the vein of Van Helsing or I, Frankenstein, Dracula Untold turns the monster into the hero, in a form of reimagining as old as the new mellinium. That being said, Dracula Untold does it much better than any of the other films of its type. (Van Helsing wasn’t exactly a monster to begin with so I’m excluding that)

Luke Evans really does a fantastic job, and continues to prove his talent as an actor. If I took away one think from Dracula Untold, it was a significantly increased level of excitement for the new Crow movie, which is currently in production with Luke Evans as Eric Draven.

Dominic Cooper is another freshish face that I’m excited to see in just about any role, and he did a good job as the main villain, althought whoever wrote his character needs to have their finger tips removed so they can never write again. His character went from making decisions as poor as *SPOILER* LITERALLY blindfolding his ENTIRE army because “Men cannot fear what they cannot see” to something as brilliant and covering the entire floor of his lair in silver coins in order to weaken Dracula for the final conflict. *END SPOILER* His character seemed intelligent, but his decisions as a leader were questionable at best, and his attitude towards his “lifelong brother” of Vlad was borderline bipolar.

The rest of the cast was exceptionally mediocre. I had a hard time destinguishing between the apparently dozens of expendable second-in-command characters in Dracula’s army, to the point that multiple times I stopped and went “wait, I thought that guy died last scene” Then there was also this random old white dude who did nothing but bitch out Dracula’s decisions through the whole movie, while offering no helpful advice or tips. Seriously, who the hell was that old bastard?

The effects and makeup were really pretty. I think the army of bats was a bit overdone, but seeing Vlad/Dracula discovering his powers, and taking down a thousand turks single handedly was indeed spectacular, and quite enjoyable to watch.

The legacy of “Vlad the Impaler” was addressed in a very interesting way, and Dracula’s monologue about why he chose to impale his victims is the only line in the entire movie that will resonate with me for a long time to come.
That aspect was done very, very well, and while most of the cinematography was -shrug- there were a few shots in particular of Vlad’s impaled enemies that are most definitely wallpaper worthy.

In the end, the story didn’t really make a lot of sense, none of the characters made great decisions, but most of them didn’t make decisions that were face-palm worthy, either.

Worth seeing for the prettiness if you like this kind of film, but don’t expect anything but a lot of bats, and walking out trying to decide if you should be ranting about the action, or scratching your head over the story.

Expectations: 6/10
Reality: 6/10
Score: 0

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Sep 30th.

  Happy Birthday Lacey Chabert   Mean GirlsSanitariumLost In Space (1998)
Sep 30th.

Happy Birthday Lacey Chabert

Mean Girls
Sanitarium
Lost In Space (1998)

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Sep 15th.

  Happy Birthday Tom Hardy   LawlessBronsonThe Dark Knight Rises
Sep 15th.

Happy Birthday Tom Hardy

Lawless
Bronson
The Dark Knight Rises

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Aug 28th.

  Happy Birthday David Fincher   Director, Fight ClubSe7enThe Social Network 
Aug 28th.

Happy Birthday David Fincher

Director,
Fight Club
Se7en
The Social Network 

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Aug 26th.

  Happy Birthday Chris Pine   Star TrekThis Means WarJack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Aug 26th.

Happy Birthday Chris Pine

Star Trek
This Means War
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Photoset

Aug 23rd.

Happy 40th Birthday, Ray Park.

One of the most unrecognized, and physical actors in Hollywood.
Darth Maul
Snake Eyes
Toad

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 Godzilla Review 

As a die-hard fan of the year 2000 Godzilla starring Matthew Broderick, (Hate all you want, it came out when I was 6, you can’t argue with that) when I first learned of the intended production of a new Godzilla reboot, I was mostly uninterested; but passively optimistic. That optimism increased when I learned that the lead writer on the project would be David S Goyer, who has written many brilliant works, such as being a co-writer on the Dark Knight Trilogy with Christopher Nolan. 

Posters, and previews for the movie began to come out and I continued to lose interest. Finally missing its main threater run entirely, negative reports began spilling in, both from friends and family, as well as critics and other review sites. 

Finally, by the time I made it to a showing of Godzilla at my city’s local “late-run” theater, my expectations were pretty low.

Nothing. And I mean nothing could have prepared me for the next two hours of sheer idiocy and putrid story-telling that is Godzilla.

Starting out strong and promising, with an engaging, emotional beginning, and a fresh new retake on the classic monsters fought in the 60’s, 70’s, and 80s, Godzilla quickly gives way to the uncontrollable pandemonium and paint-by-numbers storytelling of an average disaster movie. The combined intelligence of the entire United States Millitary is that of an average fifth grader, and in the end, the highest loss of life has more to do with the poor judgement, egotistical planning, and simple lack of attention to detail by the humans in charge, than any damage done by the three (yes, THREE) titanic monsters in this film.

Not to say there is nothing redeemable about the film. It features some beautiful shots, a few intense sequences, and a cast of overall quite terrific actors. Bryan Cranston’s fifteen minutes of screen time are the best part of the film. And the creature design is undeniably good, although really just….nothing new. Godzilla had more personality in his face. That one time you saw it. For ten seconds. -yawn- But really, lets just go watch Pacific Rim.

The science behind the monsters in more easy to swallow than it ever has been before, but in the end the scientists are reduced once again to riding shotgun to the dick-stroking contest between Millitary leaders which spells our inevitable doom. Don’t even get me started on Elizabeth Olsen’s character, who was given a job as a nurse clearly just so the filmmakers could cite feminism while still relegating her to nothing but a hand-wringing house wife waiting for her warrior husband to come save her from the monsters.

Featuring nearly as many “burst-into-uncontrollable-laughter-at-the-sheer-idiocy-onscreen” moments as Transformers 4, (yes, TRANSFORMERS FOUR) Godzilla only barely manages to hold its head above water thanks to its brilliant cast, and some shots that I’ll inevitably use stills from as wallpapers for my phone.

Expectation: 6/10
Reality: 4/10
Score: -2

Godzilla Review

As a die-hard fan of the year 2000 Godzilla starring Matthew Broderick, (Hate all you want, it came out when I was 6, you can’t argue with that) when I first learned of the intended production of a new Godzilla reboot, I was mostly uninterested; but passively optimistic. That optimism increased when I learned that the lead writer on the project would be David S Goyer, who has written many brilliant works, such as being a co-writer on the Dark Knight Trilogy with Christopher Nolan.

Posters, and previews for the movie began to come out and I continued to lose interest. Finally missing its main threater run entirely, negative reports began spilling in, both from friends and family, as well as critics and other review sites.

Finally, by the time I made it to a showing of Godzilla at my city’s local “late-run” theater, my expectations were pretty low.

Nothing. And I mean nothing could have prepared me for the next two hours of sheer idiocy and putrid story-telling that is Godzilla.

Starting out strong and promising, with an engaging, emotional beginning, and a fresh new retake on the classic monsters fought in the 60’s, 70’s, and 80s, Godzilla quickly gives way to the uncontrollable pandemonium and paint-by-numbers storytelling of an average disaster movie. The combined intelligence of the entire United States Millitary is that of an average fifth grader, and in the end, the highest loss of life has more to do with the poor judgement, egotistical planning, and simple lack of attention to detail by the humans in charge, than any damage done by the three (yes, THREE) titanic monsters in this film.

Not to say there is nothing redeemable about the film. It features some beautiful shots, a few intense sequences, and a cast of overall quite terrific actors. Bryan Cranston’s fifteen minutes of screen time are the best part of the film. And the creature design is undeniably good, although really just….nothing new. Godzilla had more personality in his face. That one time you saw it. For ten seconds. -yawn- But really, lets just go watch Pacific Rim.

The science behind the monsters in more easy to swallow than it ever has been before, but in the end the scientists are reduced once again to riding shotgun to the dick-stroking contest between Millitary leaders which spells our inevitable doom. Don’t even get me started on Elizabeth Olsen’s character, who was given a job as a nurse clearly just so the filmmakers could cite feminism while still relegating her to nothing but a hand-wringing house wife waiting for her warrior husband to come save her from the monsters.

Featuring nearly as many “burst-into-uncontrollable-laughter-at-the-sheer-idiocy-onscreen” moments as Transformers 4, (yes, TRANSFORMERS FOUR) Godzilla only barely manages to hold its head above water thanks to its brilliant cast, and some shots that I’ll inevitably use stills from as wallpapers for my phone.

Expectation: 6/10
Reality: 4/10
Score: -2

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Aug 11th.

  Happy Birthday Chris Hemsworth   Thor Snow White and the HuntsmanCabin in the Woods
Aug 11th.

Happy Birthday Chris Hemsworth

Thor 
Snow White and the Huntsman
Cabin in the Woods

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 Guardians of the Galaxy Review 

Guardians of the Galaxy is yet another perfect example of why Marvel studios is now the industry standard for quality action movie.

While GOTG still played a bit too heavily into the fantasy realm, and had some silly designs that will likely alienate some audiences, it delivered a fun, comedic, fast-paced action movie.

While DC continues to give us dark, gritty, and gut wrenching films, Marvel has always been far more tongue-in-cheek. Able to make jokes at their own expense, and play off the fact that they are-at the core, pretty ridiculous. 
Guardians of the Galaxy did just that. Exept better than any Marvel film has thus far.

With a completely brilliant cast bringing personality to even the least memorable characters in the film, GOTG has lots of heart, humor, and fun.

The weakest aspect to this film I feel is the villain, Ronan the Accuser. His tired and worn out “vengeance is mine” drive bores. Fortunately his character doesn’t have enough screen time to make that really matter. I suppose he is alright in his fight scenes, but mostly is relegated to a role that could have been done by any robot or even WWE wrestler. (Hell, I’ve seen the movie twice and I still don’t even  care   know who played Ronan.)

Back in 2011 when Thor was released and blew the minds of audiences across the world by making one of the most bland and uninteresting characters in comic-dom into a blockbusting superstar, Marvel proved they were going the right directioin. When Phase 2 was announced, and Guardians of the Galaxy was said to be in production, there was a lot of concern as to how they would fit something so ridiculous, not to mention so very distant from Earth into the MCU without absolutely destroying it, (I mean come on, it’s starring a talking raccoon.) - or at the very least creating a film or series of films that stood out from the rest as being far more ridiculous, or far campier.

While Guardians of the Galaxy is definitely the most humorously driven, and campy of all the MCU movies, I am happy to report that it fits perfectly into the feel, and pacing of the rest of the world. Its events matter, but not to earth. Yet. 

Dave Bautista caught my attention with his badass mercenary character in last year’s Riddick, and absolutely delivers as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians. I’m excited to see where his career goes, as he takes the path laid out by others like John Cena, Steve Austin, and especially Dwayne Johnson. Not all wrestlers can act. Not all actors can wrestle. I’m glad a few people can do both.

It’s a testiment to the technology of the day that one of the leading characters in an action film can be a fully animated raccoon- and another can be a tree. Both Rocket and Groot looked fantastic, and each actually managed to carry many of the visual traits of their voice actors, (Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, respectively) in facial expressions and personality. 
I’m excited to see more of Groot and Rocket in the fututure, and that’s a complete one-eighty from a year ago when I was convinced this film would be a travesty to the MCU and praying it would never see the light of day.

The music in this film was fantastic. Mostly taken from Star Lord’s personal collection of Earth’s hits in the 1970’s and early 80’s, it added just the right level of attachment to the familiar, and kept tensions light. (Also the dancing in this movie is just……just perfect.)

While not being everyone’s cup of tea, Guardians of the Galaxy is fun, smart, and pretty, and is definitely another solid brick in the wall of success the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become.
(cue DC jumping up and down in the shadow screaming “I’m still relevant!!”)

Oh, and one last thing-
As for Chris Pratt…
Get ready. That man is just getting started.

Expectations: 7/10
Reality: 8.5/10
Score: +1.5

Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Guardians of the Galaxy is yet another perfect example of why Marvel studios is now the industry standard for quality action movie.

While GOTG still played a bit too heavily into the fantasy realm, and had some silly designs that will likely alienate some audiences, it delivered a fun, comedic, fast-paced action movie.

While DC continues to give us dark, gritty, and gut wrenching films, Marvel has always been far more tongue-in-cheek. Able to make jokes at their own expense, and play off the fact that they are-at the core, pretty ridiculous.
Guardians of the Galaxy did just that. Exept better than any Marvel film has thus far.

With a completely brilliant cast bringing personality to even the least memorable characters in the film, GOTG has lots of heart, humor, and fun.

The weakest aspect to this film I feel is the villain, Ronan the Accuser. His tired and worn out “vengeance is mine” drive bores. Fortunately his character doesn’t have enough screen time to make that really matter. I suppose he is alright in his fight scenes, but mostly is relegated to a role that could have been done by any robot or even WWE wrestler. (Hell, I’ve seen the movie twice and I still don’t even care know who played Ronan.)

Back in 2011 when Thor was released and blew the minds of audiences across the world by making one of the most bland and uninteresting characters in comic-dom into a blockbusting superstar, Marvel proved they were going the right directioin. When Phase 2 was announced, and Guardians of the Galaxy was said to be in production, there was a lot of concern as to how they would fit something so ridiculous, not to mention so very distant from Earth into the MCU without absolutely destroying it, (I mean come on, it’s starring a talking raccoon.) - or at the very least creating a film or series of films that stood out from the rest as being far more ridiculous, or far campier.

While Guardians of the Galaxy is definitely the most humorously driven, and campy of all the MCU movies, I am happy to report that it fits perfectly into the feel, and pacing of the rest of the world. Its events matter, but not to earth. Yet.

Dave Bautista caught my attention with his badass mercenary character in last year’s Riddick, and absolutely delivers as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians. I’m excited to see where his career goes, as he takes the path laid out by others like John Cena, Steve Austin, and especially Dwayne Johnson. Not all wrestlers can act. Not all actors can wrestle. I’m glad a few people can do both.

It’s a testiment to the technology of the day that one of the leading characters in an action film can be a fully animated raccoon- and another can be a tree. Both Rocket and Groot looked fantastic, and each actually managed to carry many of the visual traits of their voice actors, (Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, respectively) in facial expressions and personality.
I’m excited to see more of Groot and Rocket in the fututure, and that’s a complete one-eighty from a year ago when I was convinced this film would be a travesty to the MCU and praying it would never see the light of day.

The music in this film was fantastic. Mostly taken from Star Lord’s personal collection of Earth’s hits in the 1970’s and early 80’s, it added just the right level of attachment to the familiar, and kept tensions light. (Also the dancing in this movie is just……just perfect.)

While not being everyone’s cup of tea, Guardians of the Galaxy is fun, smart, and pretty, and is definitely another solid brick in the wall of success the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become.
(cue DC jumping up and down in the shadow screaming “I’m still relevant!!”)

Oh, and one last thing-
As for Chris Pratt…
Get ready. That man is just getting started.

Expectations: 7/10
Reality: 8.5/10
Score: +1.5

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July 30th.

  Happy Birthday Chris Nolan   Director, Memento Inception The Dark Knight Trilogy 
July 30th.

Happy Birthday Chris Nolan

Director,
Memento 
Inception
The Dark Knight Trilogy 

Photoset
July 29th.

Happy Birthday Josh Radnor

How I Met Your Mother

Happy Birthday Allison Mack

Smallville 

Happy Birthday Timothy Omundson

Psych 

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July 24th.

  Happy Birthday Summer Glau   The Cape The Sarah Conner ChroniclesFirefly/Serenity
July 24th.

Happy Birthday Summer Glau

The Cape 
The Sarah Conner Chronicles
Firefly/Serenity

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July 18th.

  Happy Birthday to the man himself, Vin Diesel   Riddick Guardians of the GalaxyFast and FuriousxXxThe Pacifier 

-Taught Dungeons and Dragons to Dame Judi Dench 
-Took the part of Riddick originally so he could “get to really fight the kinds of monsters I used to in DnD”
-Was said to be the best with the kids out of everyone behind the scenes of The Pacifier 
-Gives huge amounts of money and personal time to mission work in Latin America. The man himself.
Vin.
Diesel.
July 18th.

Happy Birthday to the man himself, Vin Diesel

Riddick 
Guardians of the Galaxy
Fast and Furious
xXx
The Pacifier

-Taught Dungeons and Dragons to Dame Judi Dench
-Took the part of Riddick originally so he could “get to really fight the kinds of monsters I used to in DnD”
-Was said to be the best with the kids out of everyone behind the scenes of The Pacifier
-Gives huge amounts of money and personal time to mission work in Latin America.

The man himself.
Vin.
Diesel.