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“Political centrist” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson endorses Biden/Harris for 2020

September 29, 2020

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Jennifer Garner goes Postal: Stars undergo Halloween transformations

October 31, 2019

The Addams Family, The Wicked Witch Of The West and Dorothy from The Wizard Of Oz… Amanda Holden, Vanessa Feltz and Holly Willoughby lead the UK stars undergoing Halloween transformations

‘Hobbs & Shaw’ movie – Reviews and Trailer

August 16, 2019

Out of all eight Fast & Furious movies, there is only one part where I’ve tuned out, and that’s in the most recent Fate of the Furious where the gang attempts to save the world from nuclear destruction by driving their muscle cars over a frozen waterway as a Russian sub breaks through the ice.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson claims ‘Snowflake’ interview never happened

January 12, 2019

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson claims controversial ‘snowflake generation’ interview never happened
The Baywatch actor insist that he had ‘never said those words’ and the interview is ‘100% false’

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson body slams the ‘Snowflake’ generation

January 11, 2019

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has hit out at the ‘snowflake’ generation, accusing those who are ‘easily offended’ of pulling society ‘backwards’.

Did Dwayne Johnson’s SNL appearance tank ticket sales to the Baywatch movie?

May 30, 2017

The first reviews for Baywatch have very little in terms of positive feedback

Fate Of The Furious: Stars more invulnerable than Homer Simpson – VIDEO

April 14, 2017

FAST & Furious is one of the biggest film franchises ever created – with the seventh movie raking in £1.2billion.

And bosses must clearly believe the best way to blow that total to smithereens is by making the eighth instalment into one of the most ridiculous action movies of all time.

‘Fast and Furious Seven’ review and trailer

April 4, 2015

One of the four-thousand trailers that ran prior to my “Furious 7″ screening Thursday night was for the upcoming James Bond entry “Spectre.” And what a bummer those 96 seconds are. In Daniel Craig’s fourth go-round, the world is still colorless, Bond is still working through his prissy emotional baggage, and the tone is one of oppressive brooding seriousness.

Nevertheless I don’t mourn the loss of a simpler and better era when a new Bond film promised a grand old escapist time at the movies. That, after all, is why God invented the “Fast and Furious” franchise.

The most improbable mega-franchise in movie history launches its seventh chapter this weekend, and it is everything James Bond films used to be: insanely action-packed, exotic locales, colorful cinematography, and a never ending supply of beautiful feminine eye candy.

“Furious 7″ picks up not long after the previous chapter. It also ends a trilogy that began with “Fast Five,” which is when the series morphed from the anti-hero car genre to the heist genre. “Furious 7″ comes straight out of the Men (and Women) On a Mission genre, and knocks it out of the park — not as far as the previous two installments, but far enough.

Vin Diesel and Paul Walker ‘Fast Five’ facts

May 2, 2011

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