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Triple 9


Directed by: John Hillcoat
Written by: John Hillcoat
Cast: Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie, Gal Gadot, Casey Affleck, Teresa Palmer, Clifton Collins Jr., Norman Reedus, Michael K. Williams, Woody Harrelson
Studio: Open Road
Genre: Crime, Drama
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Plot: Crooked cops, gangsters, bank robbers and bullets fly through Atlanta in the film Triple 9.


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John Wick: Chapter 2


Directed by: Chad Stahelski
Written by: Chad Stahelski
Cast: Keanu Reeves, John Leguizamo, Ian McShane, Bridget Moynahan, Lance Reddick, Peter Stormare, Laurence Fishburne
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Thriller
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Plot: Legendary hitman John Wick is forced back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins' guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world's deadliest killers.


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Demanak at 10:11 AM Feb 17

Looking forward to seeing it!

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Chicago Loop Rock Girl April Rose (she was the dance teacher in Grown Ups 2)

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moviegirl67 at 10:50 AM Feb 10

The colors...the colors !

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sLaShEr84 at 08:51 PM Feb 10

Were you in miami?

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Boogie Buddha at 10:31 PM Feb 10

@sLaShEr84 Yeah, I hang out here all the time.

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A Tribe Called Quest: We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 your Service – Album Review

On Nov. 12, 2016, Dave Chappelle (Half Baked, The Chappelle Show) hosted the legendary hit sketch-comedy show Saturday Night Live. Some people saw it as the long awaited return of Mr. Chappelle, also the musical guest that night was the legendary hip-hop jazz group A Tribe Called Quest. So overall, that night, you had the comedy, you had the comeback, the drama, the message, and speaking of comebacks, we had an awesome musical performance of A Tribe Called Quest. 18 years we have been waiting for the resurrection, the resurrection of my all time favorite hip-hop group, the resurrection of A Tribe Called Quest. We have not heard an album from them since there 1998 album The Love Movement. With all that being said, I say welcome back tribe, because there new album We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 your Service is the type of comeback that was worth the wait.

This album literally came out of thin air or for me at least. There really wasn’t any hype, interviews, or anything. This album just dropped, and it is already a must hear album for fans of this genre. I love every album A Tribe Called Quest has done. I remember when I first heard them, and I went to f.y.e to purchase all their albums. They have literally made legendary albums. So when I first heard they had a new album, I couldn’t wait to hear and purchase it. Luckily, I saw it for $10 dollars at Wal-Mart, and it is worth every penny. I do find it sort of a coincidence that De La Soul had a comeback album (The Anonymous Nobody) in 2016 and now tribe. Now when it comes to smooth jazz rap, tribe really knows how to make it work, and make it something you can listen to for years and years to come. There albums hold up well when it comes to tone, lyrics, texture, and so does this album.

Back in the day, tribe were not really feeling each other when it comes to signing with different record labels, the group disbanded, and earlier this year Phife Dawg passed away due to diabetes. So I honestly thought we would ever get another album. This album is a perfect mix of their 90s style while mixing it with the new school. They manage to maintain their original style, source material, content, and delivery. On the other hand, We Got It From Here sounds exactly like what an A Tribe Called Quest album should be in 2016. For instance, we get many surprise artist on the tracks. We get guest appearances by Elton John, Andre 3000, Busta Rhymes, Talib Kweli, and Anderson Paak. We also get some more modern guest such as, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar, and even Kanye West.

I enjoyed the lyrics, especially since they deal with election-year beliefs, homages to Phife Dawg. I do prefer the sound of the older albums, but that is just me.

So these are My Final Bitchin’ Buddha Thoughts on A Tribe Called Quest: We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 your Service. Glad to have tribe back, and glad I picked this album up. It has great lyrics, it’s cool to see the group stay true to what made them iconic, yet not being afraid to grow and change with the times, and I believe most fans will be pleased with this album. It was a little weird how some of the songs are sampled by some of their older songs. Honestly, it is not my favorite tribe album, but it is still enjoyable. I believe this album earns…

7 out of 10!

Welcome back A Tribe Called Quest! Thank you all for reading, and or viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. And remember don’t just get down, but get Boogie. :)

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HBO Documentary Beware the Slenderman – Review

So I’m going to get into this review right here. A review of the HBO documentary Beware the Slenderman. Now if you’re like me asking yourself, “Slenderman? Who the hell is Slenderman?” Honestly, I never heard of Slenderman until the two 12-year-old girls murdered their friend as a sacrifice to Slenderman. I remember when someone first told me about Slenderman, and I honestly thought it was a new rapper or trap dance hitting the music scene. Really, I thought someone named Slenderman was dropping an album next week. I’ve always been a fan of HBO documentaries. Spike Lee’s 4 Little Girls is one of my all time favorite HBO documentaries, and just one of my favorite documentaries in general. However, lately it seems like HBO is creating some damn fine documentaries. HBO’s Beware the Slenderman is about how an urban myth played a role in two girls murdering one of their classmates, one of their friends, and it looks like HBO has delivered another damn fine documentary.

For those who do not know about the myth or murder I’ll drop some quick facts for yah. Slenderman is a tall creepy white guy in a suit…wait, that didn’t come out right. No Slenderman isn’t Christopher Lee! Slenderman is a supernatural myth that originated from a horror website creepypasta wiki in 2009. He is very tall, thin, has long arms, has a white featureless face, wears a black suit, and has thick black tentacles that come from behind his back. Stories revolve around Slender as someone who abducts, stalks, and traumatizes children. So he is simply the modern day Boogeyman. On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls stabbed a classmate 19 times in the woods after seeing the viral boogeyman Slenderman. The two girls claim they saw Slenderman in their dreams, and how they had to sacrifice someone in Slenderman’s name. It puzzled people how to very young girls could be so rigid. How they could not separate reality from fantasy, and how these two young girls could murder one of their classmates and friend in a cold-blooded manner. In this documentary, director Irene Taylor Brodsky (The Final Inch, Hear and Now) untangles the story of Slenderman and these girls that led to a brutal attack.

This documentary is a great investigation. We see interviews, video clips, photos, and so many more key facts that help the story. The filmmakers go as far as to film, investigate, interview, over the course of 18 months in Wisconsin. This documentary isn’t holding anything back when it comes to showing the audience everything you should know about this story. Journalist spend countless time talking to the lawyers, police, detectives, people on social media, psychologist, the parents of the girls, and more all to peel back the layers and truly see this story. If you’re coming in here thinking you’re just going to just get a cool and creepy documentary about Slenderman, I have to tell you that is not the case. Yes, you do learn about Slenderman, but you learn so much more. For instance, you learn about other myths, the source material, the affects social media may have on kids, parents and observing your kids browsing history, and mental health.

Now when I was growing up, I was afraid of things that are more realistic. A math test, talking to a pretty girl, cocoa roaches, Mr. Slippyfist from South Park, and Shia Labeouf. I actually went into this documentary saying, “The kids are obviously crazy! Lock ‘em up and throw away the keys!” However, the documentary does an amazing job of creating sympathy for the girls who committed the crime. I felt like the director mainly did that so we see things from their point of view. The parents do not come off like clueless parents who weren’t there for their kids. The parents come off as loving, caring, and a positive part of the kids lives.

The documentary does an interesting job on creating the belief that maybe these girls didn’t have to many friends, and that they actually saw or believed Slender was some sort of savior for them. Even though they showed a picture of the three girls together. I remember being 12-years-old and I didn’t have three friends. Sh*t, I don’t think I have three friends now! Ha-ha, just kidding. But the documentary provides an example of how the Slenderman is somewhat similar to The Pied Piper of Hamelin. They both start off wanting to help, but later it is they adults that can’t help them, so they possible terrorize the kids.

So overall, this documentary is so much more than about Slenderman. It is about the myth, childhood schizophrenia, mental health, kids being tried as adults in court, and the dark corners our kids have access to when it comes to the internet. The director really went all out to show the viewers as much as possible. We get interrogations, interviews, video clips, and pictures. We hear and see things from the victim’s point of view, but also the perpetrators points. It is a damn fine documentary. I believe HBO’s Beware the Slenderman earns…

10 out of 10!

I know I could get into more detail about this. On the other hand, I don’t want to give too much away. I encourage you all to see this documentary. Thank you all for reading, or viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. Now if you’ll excuse me I need to preorder Slenderman’s new album. :)

Mood: Chillin'
dsloy at 04:51 PM Feb 09

great review!

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HTX0811 at 04:01 AM Feb 03

Cool! I think Half Price Books is my favorite lately for this kind of stuff.

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timmyd at 07:08 PM Feb 02

there are some awesome titles right there.

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