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The Take promises a good take on thrillers while putting Idris Elba forward as the main protagonist who is not shy to fire some guns in the process of mowing down some baddies along the way. And what’s more important, The Take succeeds in succeeding Jason Bourne and double-0-seven as the go-to action hero of the 21-st century, so far that is. Idris as Sean shoots his way through problems, but also utilizes his brain to solve mastermind-designed puzzles that no other undercover agent has the computing power to do. ... Read full review »
Bad Moms is a bad example of a bad comedy piece that could be worse by a stretch of a margin – if not for the on-par acting and unintentional chemistry between the main female protagonists. Other than that, Bad Moms has nothing else going for it, which is rather disappointing considering how much money are poured in the project, in turn written by pens that practically invented a whole new genre with The Hangover franchise. As it stands, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore should up their game if they want to get projects ... Read full review »