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  • Machete

    Machete

    ★★★

    I remember seeing the fake trailer many years ago so I expect seeing an old Mexican dude taking revenge on bad guys using a big knife. Does the final product match up with my expectations?

    The movie starts very spectacular with Machete (Danny Trejo) ramming a car in a building, chopping a dozen dudes to bits using the big knife and getting betrayed by a Mexican drug lord (Steven Segal..?!?). Yeah! But then we jump forward three years, and we…

  • Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

    Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

    ★★

    I like the original Sin City movie for it's great characters, great visual style and great stories. So what does this sequel has to offer?

    Like the original movie, this movie has three stories that are loosely connected to each other. First we have the arrogant gambler Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) that tries his luck against the powerful Senator Roark (Powers Boothe), who we know from the first movie, and soon faces the consequences of his arrogance. We also have private…

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  • There's Something About Mary

    There's Something About Mary

    ★★★★

    We need more laughter these days, so it was time to re-watch this comedy classic from another era. What's this one about again..?

    This movie starts with teenager Ted (Ben Stiller) scoring a date for the prom with the prettiest girl in school: Mary (Cameron Diaz) But when the big date night arrives, thing go hilariously wrong for Ted. Mary's stepdad jokes make him uncomfortable, his attempt to bond with Mary's mentally disabled brother backfires spectacularly and then he has…

  • Supergirl

    Supergirl

    Supergirl starts with showing a space city which happens to be an isolated Kryptorian community in a pocket of trans-dimensional space (don't ask me, I just quote this stuff from the internet, it's not explained in the movie what the hell trans-dimensional space is...). Some wizard dude called Zaltar (Peter O'Toole) shows Kara Zor-El/Supergirl (Helen Slater) a baseball-sized object known as the Omegahedron (the what?) which powers the city but can also be used to make cheap looking jewelry or…