Film Hamster

Movie reviews and more from a rodent with delusions of grandeur.

Film Hamster - Movie reviews and more from a rodent with delusions of grandeur.

Review – The Purge: Anarchy

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One night of mayhem keeps the peace.  If you didn’t see the first Purge, or need a refresher, the New Founding Fathers of America have virtually eliminated crime and poverty.  How?  By allowing citizens to unleash the beast within for 12 hours, once a year during the Purge.  All crime is legal, including murder, with just a few exceptions (no bombs, no killing high ranking government officials).  It seems to be working, but not everyone agrees with the method or supposed intention.

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Review – Planes: Fire & Rescue

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Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook) has become a world renowned racer, leaving his days a crop duster behind.  When he learns an irreplaceable part of his engine is damaged, however, it looks like his racing days could be suddenly over.  On top of that, because of his carelessness, the fact that their airport isn’t up to code in the fire safety department is called attention to and his town of Propwash Junction could be completely closed down.  It looks like there are some changes in store for our flying ace.

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Review – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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The 1968 science fiction film, Planet of the Apes remains a beloved classic.  The mostly forgotten four sequels it quickly received, not so much.  Likewise, Tim Burton‘s attempted remake/reboot in 2001 was considered lukewarm at best and it seemed like the franchise would finally be forgotten.  Then, ten years later, 2011′s Rise of the Planet of the Apes gave new life to the franchise as the remarkable origin story became something of a surprise hit.  Now Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, directed by Matt Reeves, continues the story of how hyper intelligent simians became the dominant species on Earth.

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