LMO’s Aldo Reviews Russell Crowe’s UNHINGED

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Unhinged is a very weak sauce. Watery. The trailer is all one needs to see and the poster. Period. It is a cynical watered-down retread of vastly superior films from the 80s and...

ARMY OF THE DEAD Review

I had a bad feeling when I was less than ten minutes into Army of the Dead and found myself already getting annoyed with it. Of course, that never changed the...

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON Review

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We are a pretty easy bunch to keep happy here at the Last Movie Outpost. Gunplay, explosions, car chases, superheroes, spaceships. Mix that together and it is a safe bet that...
candyman

31 Days Of Horror – CANDYMAN Can’t

Candyman arguably could have been a legitimately good movie. It had an interesting story that was far better than any of the previous movies. Unfortunately, it gets bogged down in the...
Uncharted

A Review Of UNCHARTED

Like almost everyone, I love the Uncharted games. They're easily some of the best action and adventure experiences in modern gaming. The characters are great, the stories are unforgettable and the...

THE GENTLEMEN Review

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Let's get this out of the way: This is Guy Ritchie's best movie since Snatch. The story is complex and filled with twists and turns as well as double and triple crosses....

Retro Review: BROADWAY DANNY ROSE

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I like a lot of Woody Allen's movies. Black and white or in color. Comedy or drama. He's made a lot of movies and a good number of them are good...

An Outposter Reviews BLACK WIDOW

Creativityishard/kk uses her convalescence to do something useful, and write a review of Marvel's Black Widow for her fellow Outposters. Once again coming to you live from my bed with my leg...

DAY OF THE DEAD: Retro Review

George A. Romero, much like John Carpenter is very hit and miss for me. I love Night of the Living Dead and Martin is pretty good as well, but movies like...
Last Night In Soho

A Review Of LAST NIGHT IN SOHO

I have to start by saying, I love Edgar Wright, from the early days of the TV series Spaced to the Cornetto Trilogy movies and Scott Pilgrim to Baby Driver. I miss...
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