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H&T: Rubber - Digital Download Review

David Weaver from Home And Theater writes: I have come to the conclusion that no matter what I write here I don't think I will ever be able to truly get across what a sensational and original piece of work Quentin Dupieux has created with Rubber. When i initially saw the press releases for its exsistence I thought it was some sort of joke movie. Maybe something some self-proclaimed clever person put together in hopes of getting attention from such an apparent idiotic idea. Then I saw the trailer in which we see a tire roll around the desert killing things with some sort of telekinetic powers. At first I was still skeptical of whether or not it was real, maybe it was a short film from a film school student. Then after a few more viewings I began to take notice of the actual presentation at hand. It was filmed compentently (for a trailer anyway) and seemed to have a sense of humor about itself. Little did I know what was actually awaiting me when I sat down and pressed that play button.

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JL4843d ago

Damn you. Now I'm going to have to really watch this. Especially since you were originally in the same boat that I'm in: thinking this looks like the most garbage premise of a movie to the extent that you just know it has to be a joke or something. Now you're giving it all kinds of praise after watching it though. And everybody else has been doing the same.

darklordzor4843d ago

With it being on VOD I see very little reason for me to not see this movie now.


The Boys Season 4, Episodes 1-3 Review | Episode 68

The Boys has returned to Amazon Prime Video, with the first three episodes of season four. Based on Garth Ennis’ wonderful and over-the-top comics, the TV adaptation of The Boys has been modernized to reflect the current political divide in America. In addition to scathing social commentary, expect ridiculous action, sharp humor, and moments that will make your jaw drop.

RPadTV host Raymond Padilla is a huge fan of the comics and the show. Naturally, he wanted to chat about the first three episodes of The Boys Season 4 with some fellow nerds. Joining him for a Compound V-infused chat are Turtle Beach’s MacLean Marshall and Revisiting the Mania’s Carlos Torres.

The three amigos talk about what they liked and didn’t like about The Boys Season 4 episodes 1-3, as well as what they want and expect from the reason of the season. They’ll discuss their favorite scenes (Vought On Ice!!!), interesting character developments, the review bombs that have been launched at The Boys Season 4, and more.

beerhound3d ago

Love the comics, need to watch this show.


Pretty Little Liars Summer School Episode 8 Review

Pretty Little Liars Summer School Episode 8 surprises you and disappoints you, all at once.

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Bad Cop Review: Gulshan Devaiah Stars in Lukewarm Thriller | Leisurebyte

Bad Cop Review: Directed by Aditya Datt and starring Gulshan Devaiah and Anurag Kashyap, this thriller series has its moments of fun.

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