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Charles Napier arrives Westminster Magistrates Court

Charles Napier - Charles Napier 67, half brother of Conservative MP John Whittingdale at Westminster Magistrates Court where he is charged with allegedly sexually abusing 21 schoolboys between 1968 and 1973. - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd September 2014

Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) Review


Terrible
There are times when I get completely fed up with the arrogance of human beings, forever in their hurry to make money and be a-number one. Petty tyrants in offices preside over minute typographic errors then lash out with tirades against their minimum wage employees, cowering in their cubicles under paper-strewn desks. Sardines pile into the subways breathing each other's coffee and dry animal sweat. It's enough to drive someone mad.

Instead of heading to your local gun shop (or, in NYC, the neighborhood park) to pick up a pair of high powered machine guns and mow a path through thy fellow man, I suppose temporary (if mind-numbing) release can be found through the stupid slaughter of Rambo: First Blood Part II. It's ignorant, but certainly conforms to expectations. It's the Bernie Goetz of Vietnam movies.

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Rambo: First Blood Part II (1987) Review


Terrible
There are times when I get completely fed up with the arrogance of human beings, forever in their hurry to make money and be a-number one. Petty tyrants in offices preside over minute typographic errors then lash out with tirades against their minimum wage employees, cowering in their cubicles under paper-strewn desks. Sardines pile into the subways breathing each other's coffee and dry animal sweat. It's enough to drive someone mad.

Instead of heading to your local gun shop (or, in NYC, the neighborhood park) to pick up a pair of high powered machine guns and mow a path through thy fellow man, I suppose temporary (if mind-numbing) release can be found through the stupid slaughter of Rambo: First Blood Part II. It's ignorant, but certainly conforms to expectations. It's the Bernie Goetz of Vietnam movies.

Continue reading: Rambo: First Blood Part II (1987) Review

Rambo: First Blood Part II Review


Terrible
There are times when I get completely fed up with the arrogance of human beings, forever in their hurry to make money and be a-number one. Petty tyrants in offices preside over minute typographic errors then lash out with tirades against their minimum wage employees, cowering in their cubicles under paper-strewn desks. Sardines pile into the subways breathing each other's coffee and dry animal sweat. It's enough to drive someone mad.

Instead of heading to your local gun shop (or, in NYC, the neighborhood park) to pick up a pair of high powered machine guns and mow a path through thy fellow man, I suppose temporary (if mind-numbing) release can be found through the stupid slaughter of Rambo: First Blood Part II. It's ignorant, but certainly conforms to expectations. It's the Bernie Goetz of Vietnam movies.

Continue reading: Rambo: First Blood Part II Review

Forgive Me Father Review


Weak
Due to their hefty budget requirements, independent action films don't come along very often. Forgive Me Father is a daring exception to the rule, an unabashed Steven Seagal movie... only without Steven Seagal.

Ivan Rogers directs himself in the lead role of Virgil Garrett, a Catholic priest with a mysterious past. As it turns out, that past is one of a gangster's hit man, and when Virgil's innocent brother is gunner down for no reason at all, Virgil decides to hang up his white collar and pick up a pistol to hunt down his killers -- spouting scripture and busting caps!

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