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Review: Homefront

Jason Statham just wants to live a quiet life in small town Louisiana with his daughter but his past as an undercover agent is discovered by local criminal James Franco, who puts a deal in motion with some bikers with a vendetta in the Stallone written action movie, Homefront.
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Review: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

The fourth entry in the Jackass series puts the focus on Johnny Knoxville’s elderly alter ego, Irving Zeisman, as he has to get his grandson Billy from Nebraska to North Carolina to deliver him to his deadbeat father.
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Review: Escape Plan

With two decent solo efforts earlier this year, is the team up of legends Stallone and Schwarzengger able to make Escape Plan an action classic? The answer may surprise you.
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Review: Metallica: Through the Never

While Metallica plays a larger than life, sold out concert, their rookie roadie, Trip (played by Dane Dehaan) heads out into the city to get a valuable package from a truck and has to avoid a massive riot breaking out in this hybrid 3D concert movie.
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Review: Bad Milo

Ken Marino stars as mild mannered accountant Duncan, who learns that his chronic intestinal issues are not due to stress, but from a demon who lives in his ass.
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Reviews: Empire State and The Iceman

Two crime thrillers based on actual events hit DVD/Blu Ray last week with Empire State and The Iceman. See if either of them are worth checking out in this double review.
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Review: Elysium

Neill Blomkamp follows up District 9 with another sci fi action movie, Elysium. Can it live up to the expectations set by that spectacular debut?
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Review: World War Z

With lots of behind the scenes drama including multiple directors, delays and going over budget, it’s a pleasant surprise that World War Z is as solid as it is, even though it doesn’t come anywhere close to reaching the greatness of the book.
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Review: Arrested Development Season 4

Something most fans thought would never happen finally did this weekend as 15 new episodes of Arrested Development arrived on Netflix for the fourth season. Was it worth the wait or should we have just stuck with the original three seasons?
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Review: Olympus Has Fallen

The first of two “Die Hard in the White House” movies out this year, Olympus has Fallen not only sets the bar high for White House Down, but also puts the actual Die Hard movie released this year to shame.
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