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The Martian REVIEW

The talented MATT DAMON takes his one-man-band performance to a Castaway trip on Mars.

Based on the book of the same name by Andy Weir, Ridley Scott translates it to the big screen.

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Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation REVIEW

TOM CRUISE ON A PLANE!

It’s MI5! There’s a double-entendre there somewhere. The Impossible Mission Force (IMF) is joined by a rogue agent this time around. And we must say, this iteration feels a lot more like the TV show. There’s goods and bads in that statement.

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Ant-Man REVIEW

Paul Rudd, takes a break from the rom-coms and supporting comedy sidekick roles to beef up to take on the titular Marvel character: Ant-Man.

It’s a full house on the show for this episode with newcomer CHRIS WOOD and guest KYLE KERKOFF join in on the conversation.

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Terminator Genisys REVIEW | BAD27/BS12

Here we are at the 5th incarnation of the TERMINATOR franchise. Arnold’s back! Again.

Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke takes on the iconic role and tank-top of Linda Hamilton’s Sarah Connor and Jai Courtney (A Good Day to Die Hard, Divergent) attempts to fill the shoes of one Kyle Reese. Directed by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World), let the purple laser war commence. Continue Reading…

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Jurassic World REVIEW| BAD26/BS11

22 years since JURASSIC PARK graced our screens and consciousness, JURASSIC WORLD is filled with Dino-on-Dino fights, Dino-on-Human fights, and Dino-on-cars and bubble transports. A lot of death and destruction. Hear what else we thought made this movie bad, or bad. – Special Guest Host: Chris Wood.

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Furious 7 | Bad Or Bad 24 / BS 9

@TheMattFraser9 returns for the review of Furious 7–the 7th film in the Fast & Furious franchise as well as Paul Walker’s final edited film (we think).

On this episode we talk about the Paul Walker tribute, Matt’s man-crush, The Rock, and Vin Diesel as Riddick…er, I mean Torretto. Directed by James Wan (The Conjuring, Insidious). Continue Reading…