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‘The Purge: Anarchy’ butchers predecessor

“The Purge” was one of the biggest letdowns of summer 2013. The blockbuster flop boasts an amazing concept that failed to be executed to its prolific potential. Juggling modern-day quagmires of political and economic injustice, director James DeMonaco takes another stab at his dystopian future and readdresses the hypothetical solution Read More…

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Disney on fire with ‘Planes: Fire and Rescue’

Whoever has been a child in recent history must recognize how important animated films are during childhood. They help children grow, guide their character and provide epic and everlasting references to be refreshed every once in a while — when you sit on a sofa with your oldest friends and Read More…

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#Are you satisfied? Not yet, but keep going

Television is a poor arena in which to challenge marriage norms. Most of the time, what’s on TV is already normal; Ricky and Lucy in two twin beds in the ’50s or Mitchell and Cameron on “Modern Family,” appearing as a run-of-the-mill gay couple that raises no eyebrows at all. Read More…