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G Money’s Movie Review: Snowden

Cyber security has become the battleground for the future of warfare. We the people willingly share too much, give too much of our rights away with every online agreement we click yes to and don’t read, and expose ourselves online in a way we never would in public. Those that are looking to be advantageous and/or nefarious steal this information …

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G Money’s Movie Review: The Magnificent Seven

The 1960’s classic, The Magnificent Seven, was a rousing action packed western that has stood the test of time. It’s a reworking of the 1954 Akira Kurosawa masterpiece, Seven Samurai. The story for both films are quite simple, a small town is being accosted and used for its resources and land. The town can’t seem to fight back and hire …

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Barry’s Movie Review: Blair Witch

When I saw “The Blair Witch Project” in the summer of 1999, I didn’t find it scary. It provided an impressive, unique approach to horror filmmaking, managing suspense by suggestion and psychological tension. It also felt like a an especially clever student film, that somehow managed to sneak its way into movie theaters. Many believed that it was real piece …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Sully

This new century has seen an immediate influx of real life heroes. The events of September 11, 2001 made ordinary men and women put in an horrific situation perform extraordinary acts of bravery which will be remembered for a long time to come. Fast forward to January 15, 2009 at 3:27 P.M. An ordinary airline pilot on a routine flight …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Morgan

The director of Morgan, Luke Scott, comes from a prestigious pedigree of director relatives. Luke’s father, Ridley Scott and his uncle, Tony Scott. Luke Scott may have a lot to live up to, but surely is prepared to forge his own directorial vision. Enter Morgan, Luke’s directorial debut. He is treading familiar sci-fi ground that his father reinvented with hits …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Mechanic: Resurrection

In 1972, Charles Bronson was the star of director Charles Winner’s action/thriller “The Mechanic.” A movie that wears its era in every frame. Also starring a young and handsome Jan-Michael Vincent, this film told the story of a hitman passing on his trade, of executing hits by making them look like an accident, to a young protege. This gritty and …

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G Money’s Movie Review: War Dogs

Director Todd Phillips grabbed the Hollywood spotlight a few years ago with the highly praised and highest grossing “R” rated comedy, The Hangover. The subsequent sequels and the Planes, Trains, and Automobiles clone, Due Date were mediocre at best and awful at worst. Now Phillips is ready to tackle a more serious and true life story. Can Phillips transition from …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Sausage Party

Mature themed cartoon movies are nothing new in cinema. Ralph Bakshi, the godfather of mature animation, released the first ever “X” rated animated feature in 1972, Fritz the Cat, based on the comic book by Robert Crumb. In 2016, Seth Rogen is looking to up the ante in both production value and offensiveness for an “R” rated animated feature. Can …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Suicide Squad

The DC cinematic universe is not having a good run at the box office. “Man of Steel” received a lukewarm reception from the audience and “Batman v Superman” has been a critical and financial disaster for DC and Warner Bros. It’s been so bad that a reorganization of leadership for DC properties at Warner Bros. has already been made. DC’s …

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G Money’s Movie Review: Jason Bourne

The Bourne series of movies are great potboilers full of political intrigue, shadow groups, and agents with unbelievable skills. Matt Damon has made Bourne one of his most memorable on screen characters. Just a few years ago, the Bourne series went in a new direction with a new protagonist called The Bourne Legacy. It was not received well by fans …

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