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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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This is a movie review of the 2010 movie, Insidious.  Yep, I’m finally getting to it.  It’s directed by James Wan (Saw franchise, ) and stars Patrick Wilson (Watchmen, The A-Team; upcoming: Prometheus) and Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids).

INSIDIOUS movie poster

Insidious opens with Renai (Byrne) getting up to deal with three kids in the morning.  Meanwhile dad, Josh (Wilson), is getting ready for his day at work.

Our first clue of trouble is when some books that Renai put away earlier end up on the floor.  Hmm.  Later, one of their sons, Dalton, does not wake up and than after that, their baby monitor (in another child’s bedroom) broadcasts some interesting then nasty sounds.

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Movie Review of Danny Boyle’s ‘Sunshine’

September 17, 2011

Sunshine has strong character stories in the fascinating dichotomy of the bitter freezing cold of deep space with the extreme heat of the sun.

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