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Looking back, I may be the only one that dug X-Men Apocalypse. I liked the villain, cast, and direction (flawed). I prefer the darker comic book movies these days.
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razgriz21 updated his STATUS: about 15 hours ago

Looking back, I may be the only one that dug X-Men Apocalypse. I liked the villain, cast, and direction (flawed). I prefer the darker comic book movies these days.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 06:59 AM Jul 27

Fear not, you aren't alone. I quite enjoyed it too.

Frosty_86 at 07:26 AM Jul 27

I enjoyed it, it was not my favorite of the franchise but I still enjoyed it quite a bit.

grelber37 at 10:31 AM Jul 27

I skipped Captain America: Civil War, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice disappointed me. So, X-Men: Apocalypse is a favorite superhero movie here too. It might have been a weaker entry in the franchise, but it got its source material mostly right at least.

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: about 21 hours ago

I rewatched the Lethal Weapon series and it's so bizarrre to say "I was at the location just a month ago" several times. It's going to be like that when I watch Los Angeles based films now. I've became part of that town now.
jimmydevito at 09:15 PM Jul 26

That's so badass...I'm about to go through the whole series again after rewatching the original last night

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

This Comic Con has been like Christmas.
TheChanges23 at 03:50 AM Jul 25

Doesn't it though!?!

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Hey AMC. A trailer for The Walking Dead doesn't make up for that fact that Scott Gimple totally Britta'd the season finale.
razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Star Trek Beyond is the movie that was needed. Exciting, character driven, and entertaining. Sofia Boutella is a welcome addition as Jaylah and Idris Elba as Krall is a formidable opponent. 8/10.
unbinkable at 01:30 AM Jul 23

I am in love with that woman.

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 6 days ago

James Remar was initially casted as Dwayne Hicks in Aliens and was fired due to drug possession.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 09:27 PM Jul 21

The Anthology set was originally going to include dailies of Remar as Hicks, but were pulled prior to release. Pity, I'd have liked to see that footage.

Glinda at 12:31 AM Jul 22

Wow, interesting.

YoshioKun13 at 03:50 AM Jul 22

Remar survived being featured in one scene, when the marines are first entering the Alien hive. Hicks' back is turned so you can't really tell it's not Michael Biehn.

It was an expensive FX shot so they didn't feel the need to redo it.

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

Welcome to the Xander Zone.
razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

I hope San Diego Comic Con doesn't disappoint with the announcements. Fingers crossed for a tentative date for The X-Files?
razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

I kind of thought Star Trek Beyond would be getting positive press. Even though Into Darkness felt stock, I was holding out hope Beyond would blow us away.
YoshioKun13 at 07:53 PM Jul 16

This is class

Hopefully it's not just more of the same

Weapon X
Weapon X at 09:43 PM Jul 16

Word is, it's like a big-budget episode of the original series. Can't wait to see it at the Trek marathon on Wednesday.

razgriz21 posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 14 days ago

Ghostbusters II


Directed by: Ivan Reitman
Written by: Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd
Cast: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis
Studio: Columbia
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Official Site:
Plot: A duology of sorts.


5 years after the events of Gozer and Mr. Staypuff, the Ghostbusters were sued and disgraced by every agency in the greater New York City area. Ray and Winston are birthday entertainers, Peter is a host for a schlocky psychic tv show and Egon is back working at the University studying behavior. Dana Barrett comes to Egon due to her baby Oscar having been given a ride via a stroller due to an unseen force. What lies beneath may have something to do with a sinister painting at a local art museum...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: wallcrawler383 (8/10) , tbondrage99 (7/10) > Display all
Glinda at 03:22 AM Jul 14

Nice review! I really like this sequel.

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

Hey MFC. I'm looking to start on Mr. Robot and The Last Ship. What are your opinions on these?
oscarxp25 at 12:20 AM Jul 14

Mr Robot is a hell of a show that I think will explode in the second season, which happens tonight. Malek is really good and it has a style of its own

timmyd at 12:58 AM Jul 14

MR. ROBOT is outstanding . highly recommended .

GR-44_Benny at 05:57 PM Jul 14

The Last Ship is a fun time with a good cast and great production values.
Both awesome shows

razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

I don't see why Ghostbusters II got so much flak. Granted, it's a standard follow up and it's basically the same plot given a few tweaks but it delivers laughs and frights when needed. It also has some genuine heart.
JohnLocke2342 at 02:29 PM Jul 13

Because it's part of "revisionist history". It happens every single time a belated sequel hits years later.

"Return of the Jedi hasn't aged well!"
"At least Indy IV is better than temple of doom - that one sucks!"
"Die Hard 4 is solid, better than the second at least!"

Stop it. Just stop it. Enjoy either one but don't go and try and scrub out the earlier releases to justify whatever YOU like.

Ghostbusters 2 is fine. It isn't great, it isn't awful.. It's fine.

Frosty_86 at 05:05 PM Jul 13

i like Ghostbusters 2 for what it is. It's a lesser follow-up to a masterpiece but it still has its moments. Ive noticed that with these sequels to some of the undisputed masterpiecesthe like/dislike line is very generational. I feel like people in my age group are more fond of movies like Temple of Doom, Return of the Jedi, and Ghostbusters 2. However, the age group that that were old enough to see them in theaters are less likely to like those particular sequels.

YoshioKun13 at 02:53 AM Jul 18

I enjoy GBII

Always have, always will. It's a faulty sequel, when I saw it in the theater at age 7 even then I knew something was a li'l off about it. The clear highlight is the returning ensemble cast, their chemistry together is retained and they give it their all. They still got it. Too bad they're dropped into a mundane script that's kind of a lazy rehash of the first movie's plot, just not done as well. That's the problem, it's got its moments here & there but there's no glue to hold it all together cohesively. So it ended up being more of a random hodgepodge of jokes, visual gags and SFX, but when those moments land it's some funny shit. At best it's another fun GB adventure, at worst it's a mediocre and somewhat uninspired sequel. Not anything hate-worthy.

FYI - As a kid that scene in the underground tunnel with the severed heads scared the living fuck outta me.

And to anyone who says INDY IV or DIE HARD 4 are better than any of their predecessors, you've thrown much of your credibility down the porcelain drain.

Get out, just.....get out.

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razgriz21 created a LIST: 16 days ago

10 things to know about Los Angeles

1. Avoid MacArthur Park. It's a hobo town.
2. Bicyclists are more dangerous then motorists.
3. Santa Monica is for families while Venice Beach is for something wild.
4. The Metro Red Line is your friend.
5. At the Chinese Theater, someone dresses straight out of Reno 911.
6. At Nickelodeon on Sunset (6230 Sunset Boulevard), you can get payed to stay off the sidewalk during filming (up to $50!).
7. In and Out Burger on 7009 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028
8. Titanic Boutique on Venice (405 Ocean Front Walk) has awesome metal figurines.
9. The La Brea Tar Pits has no volcanic activity ( 5801 Wilshire Blvd). You are safe.
10. Kettle Glazed Donuts (6211 Franklin Ave) is awesome.
11. The 101 Coffee Shop (6145 Franklin Ave) serves fine breakfast and was in Swingers.
timmyd at 12:58 AM Jul 12

very cool , my man.

Glinda at 03:48 PM Jul 12

Awesome blog.

Laksmikanti at 04:14 PM Jul 22

This is all type of wonderful.

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razgriz21 updated his STATUS: 16 days ago

How does one quell post vacation blues?
YoshioKun13 at 01:03 AM Jul 12

Video games

I recommend INSIDE, from the makers of LIMBO

Glinda at 03:51 PM Jul 12

I think the only cure is time, but it helps to start planning a trip for future too.

razgriz21 posted a BLOG item 17 days ago

Los Angeles/Hollywood

Sad that my trip is done but it was a nice week. My cousin Patrick allowed me to park in his Hollywood apartment.

We went to Venice/Santa Monica (swam out of a riptide. No rescue needed), hit Universal (rode everything except Minions), had a fun pool party, ate sushi, saw Nora Rothman sing at El Cid, visted the Petersen Automotive Museum as well as LACMA, and hit Meltdown Comics. A highlight was visiting the actual set of ABC's The Goldbergs.

I also hit Little Tokyo, Chinatown, and Grand Central Market in downtown. I would so move to Santa Monica.

*Photos were shot on a iPhone 6 as well as a Droid*

Mood: Chillin'

emmyd at 01:41 AM Jul 11

These are so awesome, thanks for sharing. Looks like you had a blast !

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 05:24 PM Jul 11

Cool pics! Glad you had a great time!

sLaShEr84 at 09:37 PM Jul 11

Nice blog.

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