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HALLOWEEN 2018 - LOW FULL PRICE!!!

VENOM - STRAIGHT UP BULLS@#T!!!

A STAR IS BORN 2018 - HIGH MATINEE!!!

THE PREDATOR - LOW MATINEE!!!

THE NUN - F@#K YOU!!!

THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS - LOW RENTAL!!!

THE MEG - HIGH RENTAL!!!

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT IMAX - HIGH FULL PRICE!!!

EQUALIZER 2 - FULL PRICE!!!

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM 3D - LOW MATINEE!!!

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP IMAX - LOW FULL PRICE!!!

AVENGER: INFINITY WAR IMAX - HIGH FULL PRICE!!!













































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The Predator Red Band Trailer 2

The Predator Red Band Trailer 1

THE PREDATOR 2018

I have no way of knowing what actually went down behind the scenes of THE PREDATOR, the latest attempt to reboot a floundering Fox franchise that began 31 years ago with Arnold Schwarzenegger fighting a giant Spider-mouthed Dreadlocked Alien in the jungle. But I can tell you that the end product of this notoriously troubled production feels like a patchwork quilt somebody finished stitching in an awful hurry. It’s got all the elements of a more ambitious, expansive epic that’s been scaled back and cut within an inch of its life into a surprisingly shoddy-looking, breakneck B-picture. This is an entertaining enough Friday night at the movies, but to say that the seams show is an understatement.

Co-written and directed by cheeky genre deconstructionist Shane Black, the movie is a hodgepodge of expansive, half-developed science fiction concepts, splattery set-pieces and Black’s specialty: tough guys talking a lot of smack. I really liked the smack-talking parts.

Bland Boyd Holbrook stars as McKenna, an Army sniper who witnesses one of our scaly foes ripping up some cartel baddies south of the border, so he swipes the creature’s helmet and mails it up north for proof that our government has been covering up the increasingly frequent visits from these extraterrestrial sportsmen. This isn’t exactly the brightest idea, because in addition to being treason it also puts dangerous alien technology in the hands of McKenna’s estranged, autistic son (Jacob Tremblay of “Room”) who accidentally activates an interstellar distress signal while wearing the Predator’s hat as a Halloween costume.

McKenna is quickly locked up and headed for a military-ordered lobotomization along with a bus full of other PTSD wash-outs who call themselves The Loonies. Led by Travante Rhodes (“Moonlight”) – who makes a surprisingly credible and charismatic action hero – this hardscrabble dirty half-dozen also includes, among others, Thomas Jane and Jordan Peele’s own D.J. Jazzy Jeff, Keegan-Michael Key. The gang speaks almost exclusively in obscene put-downs. But how much do you want to bet that when the chips are down — like say when we’re faced with a couple of angry giant aliens — these are gonna be the guys you want watching your back.

It’s all straight out of the Shane Black playbook, as from “Lethal Weapon” to “The Nice Guys” this singular writer has been both kidding and extolling the self-aware patter of sad, violent men who find redemption by living down to their reputations. There are all the ingredients of a terrific Shane Black movie in here, but they’re jostled around by a lot of obvious studio notes and what executives like to call “franchise world-building” when they really mean setting up sequels. (The film’s tacked-on final scene is by far the worst in this regard, so egregious it saps most of the goodwill earned up until then.)

The Loonies also have to compete for screen time with Olivia Munn’s deathly dull Dr. Casey Bracket, a molecular biologist who might be the unlikeliest movie scientist since Denise Richards was a nuclear physicist in that Bond picture. The role was clearly written at some point to goof on the character’s incongruous va-va-voominess — there’s even a cleverly juvenile set-piece geared around how quickly she can get naked to escape a quarantine zone that’s under attack — but Munn plays her as stiffly as Joan of Arc, the only humorless scold in a movie otherwise populated by class clowns.

“The Predator” has been breathlessly edited so that the picture is constantly stepping on its own punchlines. The scenes aren’t allowed room to breathe, which is a shame because we like hanging out with these guys. Rhodes, in particular, should be playing more leads, and there’s a terrific heel turn by Sterling K. Brown as a sinister scientist. He really savors the profane poetry of Black’s dialogue, though the character’s ignominious exit is given unforgivably short shrift in the cutting.

I suppose this is the best “Predator” film since the original, which sounds like a big deal but really isn’t all that much of a compliment. The movie ultimately gets by on attitude, with Black’s brash, wiseacre sensibility brightening up the mandatory franchise maintenance. (It’s very much at the “Iron Man 3” end of his filmography.) In the end, I’m just hoping it earns enough money so that Shane can make “The Nice Guys 2.” This is a MATINEE rating for me!!!

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Halloween 2018 Trailer 2

Halloween 2018 Trailer 1

HALLOWEEN 2018

Even before Michael Myers starts with the stabbing and the bashing and the strangling and the hammering and the stomping, “Halloween” is one ruthlessly efficient killer of a movie — and I’m grateful for that, dammit! I also have to mention John Carpenter’s music in the film is badass as well!!!

Director and co-writer David Gordon Green’s bloody good splatter film is a direct sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978
horror classic, picking up the story some 40 years after the events of that film. That means they’ve killed off “Halloween II”, “Halloween III: Season of the Witch” aka "The Night No One Came One!", and “Halloween H20” pretty much wiping the slate clean in a Flashpoint: Paradox way, and Thank God because Halloween 4, 5, 6, 8, and those monstrous Rob Zombie films were Heroin Addictions, other words, those films were just Straight up Bullshit!!! So here’s all you really need to know: Four decades after the masked boogeyman Michael Myers killed three people in the town of Haddonfield, Illinois, on the night of Oct. 31, survivor Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis, yes!) is now a tightly wound, wild-eyed grandma, obsessed with Michael's imprisoned and is convinced he will one day escape and track her down and try to finish the job.
Laurie is like "I wish you would break out and come after me so I can beat yo' crazy ass!"  After anxiously waiting for the sequel to one of my favorite horror movies of all time, I finally got to witness my next favorite Halloween in the series! The storytelling here was paced with excellent cinematography as we revel over Michael's past with his new doctor and two new researchers seeking out the truth of who Michael Myers really is. We then transition to the Strode family which has a modern take on PTSD and its strong effect within the family. The characters and their acting for the most part felt genuine as did their choices in the movie. The humor was welcomed and funny at points but dry at others. However, there was one scene halfway through the movie where I thought they could have taken the moment a little more seriously. Nonetheless, as we slice our way into act 3 and 4, the suspense and emotions start building with a gorgeous rendition of the original John Carpenter's theme followed by newer elements that honestly gave the original soundtrack a run for its money. Get this Soundtrack when you get a chance!

A character choice in the 3rd act completely caught me off guard and initially felt out of place with the movie and
its characters. You will know it when it happens. I've been tumbling it around in my head and going back and forth
as to whether it was a fitting choice for the smaller character or movie itself. However overall, I am extremely happy
to say that this Halloween finally hit the spot for me and in my opinion, not only led the original as sort of a cinematic
homage of sorts but also had its own original and edgy story to tell. The beginning of the movie's engine was a
little slow at times, but it's minor, I'm not sure it's worth noting because you get right back on track to an event or
person that gains your interest. Towards the final act of the movie every single person in the audience had their
asses on the edge of their seat and it was almost overwhelming at times with people stamping their feet and
holding their breath with suspense. I was stunned by the ending of the movie and the direction David Gordan Green
took as it all came to a close. I'm extremely glad to see that even in today's horror standards, we have writers and directors that know how to please their audience. I give this movie a Low FULL PRICE rating! Thank you for finally giving
Michael Myers fans the sequel we've waited for for nearly 40 years!

Now that my review is out of the way, I want to give you some Survival tips in a Halloween movie:
Rule #1: If you have a gun, aim for the head!!! these killers are like zombies, sometimes you have to do the Double Tap
rule with these serial killers!

Rule #2: If you finished off the killer, run or drive away as quickly as possible and as far away as possible!!! Do NOT stand around talking about some philosophical garbage, you will die!!

Rule #3: If you're Black, GET THE HELL OUT!!! With the exception of the greatest Rap Beefs of LL Cool J and Michael
Myers in H2O, and then that crazy time when Busta Rhymes did Kung Fu on Michael in Halloween: Resurrection, Brothaz
don't last in these movies! Do NOT try and fight the killer, I don't care how big, strong, and Black you are, you will get your ass kicked, and probably die, just ask Joe Grizzly, wait a minute...He's dead! Heed these rules well and go out and support this movie! Peace Out!!!

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Aquaman Comic Con Trailer

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Glass Comic Con Trailer 2019

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Shazam Comic Con Trailer

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Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Comic Con Trailer 2019

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