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When we are not being bombarded with remakes, sequels and prequels, we are sure to spy a cinematic biopic on the big screens. Get On Up is the story of the infamous James Brown, that has been in the pipeline for almost fifteen years, and was finally released this year. Produced by Mick Jagger, you know it will focus on the music like a laser beam, and after all, that is what Brown should be known for. This film is great for those who love James Brown, and those that know little about him. It does contains some ... Read full review »
Though respectfully lacking in the shocking nature of its anime counterpart, this version of Kite still manages to be just as depressing and snooze-worthy. It takes every cliche moment of every action movie ever made and wraps it in the bland blanket of prostitution, crime and crooked cops. If you want to go further down the rabbit hole, the original Kite animation appears as though it was inspired by Leon The Professional. That film was a less impressive American remake of the Luc Besson’s far superior La Femme ... Read full review »