If this is the face for inanimate equality, the movement is doomed.
The Bad Boys of Cinema subject themselves to a truly grizzly experience. Can they bear it? No, but they do promise that the actual review doesn’t subject you to more bear puns. …many more bear puns.
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Trainwreck (Red Band Trailer)
Terminator: Gendercist Gondormist Generallybadspelling
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Straight Outta Compton (Red Band Trailer)
Goon, Reviews, Snooty
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A urination joke: the perfect visual metaphor for what this movie does to its audience.
This movie is bear-ly watchable.
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The next time you don’t know how to feel, at least now you have someone to blame: THESE JERKS.
Snooty and Goon are disgustedly afraid at how happy and sad this move makes them, which is infuriating! Maybe it would be easier if this film just picked an emotion and stuck with it, but it wouldn’t be nearly as honest.
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Kung Fu Panda 3
Hillsong: Let Hope Rise
Hotel Transylvania 2
The Peanuts Movie
The Good Dinosaur
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I don’t think it would take a special like “Blackfish” to convince people this was a bad idea.
We don’t need no WABAC to revisit the past, because Hollywood’s bringing it to us in full 3D glory. The park is bigger, the dinosaurs are bigger, but does it still delivery that deadly Disneyland-esque magic?
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The Transporter: Refueled
Bridge of Spies
Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt, cinema, Colin Trevorrow, dinosaur, dinosaurs, film, fossil, franchise, Goon, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, movie, nostalgia, review, sequel, Snooty, Steven Spielberg, Vincent D'Onofrio
Forget Jets and Sharks. I want to see a dinosaur gang war. Raptors versus Rexes! Rexies? Rexers?
Life will find a way…back into a dead franchise to help fill out an ailing summer blockbuster season.
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Do not screw with cat ladies. They might not actually be cat ladies.
Snooty and Goon are back for their third (really, third?) spy movie of the year, and the first comedy they’ve enjoyed in ages. But pour out your vodka martinis and leave your shoe phones by the door: this movie takes its spying casually and works just a little blue.
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American Ultra (Red Band Trailer)
Magic Mike XXL
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
Ted 2 (Red Band Trailer)
Goon, Reviews, Snooty
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