Ranking the BOURNE villains – from worst to best

Every hero requires a villain and the Jason Bourne franchise has plenty of villains to root against. I do want to see him go up against other groups of villains though, as opposed to just CIA bigwigs and their hired assassins. Maybe for the next sequel, Bourne could take down some other group of baddies. In …

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FlixChatter Review: Jason Bourne (2016)

As a fan of the Bourne trilogy, I was dismayed when in 2012, Universal went ahead with the sequel (Bourne Legacy) without Matt Damon. That fact perhaps made me more excited to see Damon teamed up again with director Paul Greengrass for a fifth (well, technically fourth) entry. I guess it's inevitable that a franchise as lucrative …

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FlixChatter Review: CRIMINAL (2016)

For the last couple of years, Hollywood is giving Kevin Costner another shot at being a box office draw. Unfortunately all the films he starred in as the lead mustered very little box office returns and looks like that trend will continue with his new action thriller. After a botched mission, CIA agent Bill Pope …

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Superlative Casts Wasted In Mediocre Films – In the Valley of Ellah, The Ides of March & Margin Call

Greetings all and sundry! Between bouts of less than strenuous snow shoveling. I've taken refuge within the recent fare of The Sundance and Sony Channels. To acclimate myself with some interesting contemporary offerings. And maintain a sense of loyalty to Julian of Dirty With Class. And his suggestion that I sometime stray from my comfort …

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FlixChatter Review: The Family

Oh boy, where do I begin. Honestly, I dreaded writing this review. At first glance, the premise seems like it has potential. A mafia boss and his family under the witness protection program are relocated to a sleepy town in France for snitching on the mob. Even under the surveillance of CIA Agent Stansfield and …

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Weekend Roundup and The Company Men review

Happy Monday, folks. My friends in the East Coast, I hope y'all stay safe. I was glued to the TV screen Saturday night watching all the coverage and reading people's tweets about Hurricane Irene, wow, I definitely don't take this beautiful weather in Minnesota for granted. We are very blessed indeed. Well, looks like even …

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