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Neighbors 2 movie reviewNeighbors 2 sees Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, Chloe Grace Moretz, Rose Byrne reprising their roles from the 2014 film. Neighbors 2 also reprises the same kind of dynamic and routine as the first film, with the usual or more of the crass humor from the first film.

If you’re a fan of the foul-mouthed, sexually alluded humor you get from Rogen and the gang, you should love this “film.” But if you were looking for some kind of comedic platform to pass the time with, this may not be for you.

The film has enough T & A scenes for the teen boys and just enough topless Efron to keep the girls happy. But the best way to possibly watch this film is by using that 30-second jump button on your DVR! This way you can skip the attempts of the film to make some kind of story plot out of otherwise dull moments in the film begging to be skipped.

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If they were trying to make Rose Byrne look like a pasty, dull, adult wife, they did a GOOD job at it. It was weird to see Moretz in her college girl role. I’ve only seen her in her action flicks.

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Carrie 2013 review

Carrie (2013) is a remake of the 1976 movie starts out full speed ahead, as we watch a confused mother, Margaret White (Julianne Moore), giving birth to a child. She’s confused because she didn’t know she was pregnant until the child popped out.

For some reason, she almost kills the child, but something stays her hand.

Still of Chlo Grace Moretz and Gabriella Wilde in Carrie a

We jump ahead to high school, watching a socially inept Carrie (Chlo Grace Moretz) trying to participate in water polo, and not doing very well at it.

Later, she has her first period and her classmates ridicule her for it. It’s here that we see that she has some power. The kids threw a pile of tampons at Carrie, as she started to get mad, we saw them start to inch away from Carrie… until the gym teacher slaps her, and snaps her out of it.

But it’s from here that she starts to understand she’s got something going on.

She seriously needs some help from Dr. Xavier, but as we watch, we see her doing research and getting to understand her “condition.”

She has a friend in a fellow student, Sue Snell (Gabriella Wilde), who feels bad about what happened in the gym and the gym teacher, Ms. Desjardin (Judy Greer).

Then there are the bad girls, led by Chris Hargensen (Portia Doubleday) and her dick-head boyfriend Billy (Alex Russell).

And then there’s Sue, who wants to make it up to Carrie by having her boyfriend ask her to the prom.

Oh god, the prom. Anyone who has seen the original knows where this is going.

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Let Me In Movie Review – In A Word – Engaging

October 1, 2010

Let Me In Movie Review – In A Word – It’s an engaging experience of a vampire movie with a dark undertone to a 12-year-old’s life.

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