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Bare is a movie devoid of hope. There is no chance for the young that occupy a rural hell hole littered with bars and strip clubs. They will find themselves doomed to lives of either minimum wage grocery clerks or shameless strippers. If you’re not born into royalty, your family is terrible and you have no motivating forces, your life is all but decided that you will end up a poor and redneck loser. If you’re lucky, you might make enough money to escape your dead zone of a life, but the chances are highly unlikely. ... Read full review »
Romantic comedies all seem to follow the same script formula. Two people meet, they flirt, they fight and rush into each other’s arms by the end. What keeps the audience coming back are the characters present. Man Up is another romantic comedy that adheres quite closely to the old format. It’s a predictable bit of comedy for two people in their 30’s struggling to not be alone. If it had starred some generic leads, it would be just another bland example of the genre. Thankfully, the casting of Simon Pegg and Lake ... Read full review »