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Superfast! is such a terrible misfire of satire that even the title is lazy and uninspired. Its alternative title was Superfast & Superfurious. Aside from those not even being real words, it sounds like a video game adaptation of Fast and the Furious for Super Nintendo. Wouldn’t that be an amazing video game to play as with all the characters, cars and events of the movies? Sorry if I seem distracted, but it’s my own reflex for a film that feels the need to make the characters of Fast and Furious twerk and tap ... Read full review »
Ted 2, like many sequels of mild success, feels no need to improve on its simple structure of jokes about weed and pop culture. It’s a watered down retread of the previous film with no interesting new developments or change in formula. Weed joke, movie reference, slapstick, racial jab, sexist slam, repeat. Don’t forget to spout an expletive in case all else fails. For a film that wants to be so offensive and vulgar, it comes off as more depressing than shocking. It embodies that one socially inept party goer who ... Read full review »