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Reviews of the most recent blockbusters (and maybe the occasional TV show)

Review: Overlord

A squad of paratroopers is tasked with taking out a vital German radio tower to allow air support to assist in the D-Day landing but they uncover more than expected in the World War II/Horror mash-up Overlord.
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Review: Venom

After a lackluster live-action debut in Spider-Man 3, Venom takes center stage with a 100% committed and bonkers Tom Hardy playing both Venom and his reluctant host, disgraced reporter Eddie Brock.
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Review: The Predator

After co-starring in the original Predator, director Shane Black returns to direct the latest entry in the franchise, The Predator, as a ragtag group of ex-soldiers ends up caught between two of the intergalactic hunters who are battling over a mysterious cargo that crashed to Earth.
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Review: Mile 22

Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg are back with their fourth collaboration but this time they are taking a break from recreating real life events and instead switching to more standard action as a black ops CIA team tries to escort a valuable asset through a hostile city.
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Review: The Meg

One of the last big blockbusters of Summer 2018, Jason Statham battles a gigantic, prehistoric shark in The Meg, loosely based on the pulpy horror novel by Steve Alten.
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Review: The Equalizer 2

Denzel is back as former CIA operative Robert McCall, using his skills to help people in need but his latest mission is personal when a friend is brutally murdered.
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Review: Skyscraper

The Rock battles a raging inferno and a gang of dangerous criminals in the Towering Inferno/Die Hard mash-up Skyscraper.
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Review: The First Purge

The fourth entry in The Purge franchise heads back to where it all started as the recently elected New Founding Fathers conduct an “experiment” in Staten Island which is the titular First Purge that the local residents fight to survive.
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Review: Bleeding Steel

The latest from Jackie Chan, Bleeding Steel, has more sci-fi than your typical Jackie movie and finds him up against a dangerous cyborg who is after a bio-mechanical heart that will make him an immortal and unstoppable killing machine.
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Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a decent but wholly unnecessary sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s incredible 2015 thriller that finds Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Tor back in Mexico trying to start a war between two rival cartels.
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