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The Interview is set in 2014 where a celebrity tabloid show "Skylark Tonight" hosted by James Franco and produced by Seth Rogen. The duo set an interview with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and end up being recruited by the CIA to assassinate him. Kim Jong-un is played by Randall Park and he was a very convincing ruler. The dynamic duo yet again bring us a comedic view of a political climate that caused the movie to be withdrawn from the big screen. I don't know why it was removed, it was a harmless semi funny flick with a good premise and a wonderful cast. As I was watching it I kept remembering Dennis Rodman meeting with the leader. Unlike all the bad reviews, it was worth watching it once.
Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm is the sequel to the original after 16 plus years staring Sasha Baron Cohen as Borat. The story starts out in Kazakistan where Borat is thrown in jail after his initial failed trip to America. This time around the plot surrounds his family as he flies back to America to gift a present to the VP. He is surprised to see his daughter was packaged to Texas and together they expose the true side of American people's behavior and how they think and act towards others. The plot surrounds the initial stages of the COVID-19 virus hitting the states and I didn't know how they got so close to the VP in Texas and how they exposed Rudy Giuliani. The story had some funny moments but it wasn't as good as the original. It was worth watching it to the end even with a cameo by Tom Hanks. Overall it was okay but this one was a bit too liberal.
What Men Want is a remake of Mel Gibson's movie What Women Want with Taraji P Henson as the female version. The story surrounds Taraji acts as a sports agent who is passed on from getting a promotion and she ends up drinking some odd drink from a fortune teller that gets her to read men's minds. Hanson becomes self centered and ends up hurting those around her instead of helping them all she wants to do is sign the next NBA superstar rookie. The plot was thin and predictable to the point it was dumbfounded. The supporting cast included Aldiss Hodge, Tracy Morgan and cameos from Shaq, Grant Hill, and Mark Cuban. Skip this movie it isn't worth your time.
Killerman stars Liam Hemsworth as a money launderer for the NYC mafia who takes the drug money, buys gold and sells it to the jewelry market in return he is able to get checks to deposit legitimately. Liam and his friend have a side deal that goes wrong with dirty cops on their heals as well as the Croatian Mafia. The title of the movie has nothing to do with the type of character Liam is playing but it refers to his last name. We don't get to know this till the very end. There is no twist in the story other than Liam losing his mind in a terrible car wreck and not knowing he is married to the beautiful Diane Guerrero with a baby on the way. It sure didn't make sense and most of the storyline was boring. Overall it was an okay movie with a subpar cast.
Judy is a biopic of Judy Garland that stars Renee Zellweger during the winter of 1968, 30 years after the release of Wizard of Oz. Renee definitely deserved an Oscar for her role, she brought her to life at the later days of her life in London. The story portrays Judy as a drug addict that Hollywood caused her to work around the clock with little to no sleep and to eat as little as possible just to seem perfect young actress onscreen. The life of Judy Garland was sad and she didn't help herself. Renee also sang the songs herself and gave a great performance. Overall the movie was good to watch once just for Renee's acting.