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Death Race 3: Inferno
24 months ago via Flixster

One hell of an exhilarating and explosive action-packed thrill-ride from start to finish. A high-octane action sequel to this hard-edged franchise that continues to bring on the heat. A turbo-charged roller-coaster ride. An adrenaline-charged and wickedly entertaining movie that`s big, epic and truly unrelenting. The action sequences are chase scenes are absolutely spectacular. A big mash of blood, metal and explosions from start to finish. An instant non-stop action classic. It`s packed with suspense and a few really great surprises that will just make you love this film more. Director, Roel Rennie delivers another fun and exciting film in the series. A great and outrageously over the top flick. Luke Goss is terrific once again in the lead role of Carl Lucas, showing he is a more than capable action hero and as a tremendous actor. Dougray Scott is excellent and filled with energy.

Danny Collins
Danny Collins (2015)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A real crowd-pleaser. A beautifully crafted and handsomely performed film. Al Pacino gives one of his best performances in years. A true star in top form delivering humor and charm.

Hot Tub Time Machine 2
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This was even funnier than the first one. The cast is back and they are having a blast in every scene they are in. A total blast of laughs. The boys are back brining the comedy and heart.

The DUFF (2015)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A high-school comedy classic. A hilarious and incredibly fun comedy with lots of heart and a great cast. It showcases the social awareness of teenagers, including technology and social media that have a huge impact of popularity and their social lives. This was just too much fun with some huge laughs. The cast have great chemistry together. Mae Whitman and Robbie Amell totally nail it, they play off one another wonderfully. Skyler Samuels and Bianca Santos are terrific.

Chappie (2015)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An instant classic. Director, Neil Blomkamp hits his mark the third time around with another brilliant sci-fi film that will truly compel you and blow you away. A true artist of the genre that just improves with every film. A spectacular and brilliant work of art. Like District 9 and Elysium you wil love this movie. Its powerful, exhilarating, heartfelt and action-packed. The special effects and the action are superb. A visually dazzling and deeply moving experience. Sharlto Copley is brilliant as Chappie, capturing his true child-like innocence and evolves beautifully as the film develops. Dev Patel is fantastic. High Jackman is terrific.