Author Archives: Adam Rutkowski

Review: The Bad Batch (2017)

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A BATCH OF SPOILERS AHEAD I’m perfectly fine and able to accept a movie that isn’t holding my hand, telling me about just what the heck is going on but, if that’s the case, at least make things interesting for

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

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MILD SPOILER REVIEW I’ll even ease into the spoilers so you have a chance to get out before you read too much. The first GotG is one of my favorite movies. I can watch it anytime and I still have

Review: Fist Fight (2017)

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While doing the Cult Following podcast for our most favored movies of 2016, Kirby pointed out to me that I repeated one core competency for each of my selections to possess: it made me smile. As I age and the

Review: Mad Max: Fury Road – Black & Chrome Edition (2015/2016)

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Mad Max: Fury Road – Black & Chrome Edition (2015/2016) Mad Max: Fury Road – Black, Shiny, & Chrome; the Cinema Fantastico Edition (2016) Rated R, runtime 2 hours 01 minute. Warner Bros Pictures. THE SETUP The first time I

Review: The Magnificent Seven (2016)

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The Magnificent Seven (2016) Rated PG-13, Action/Western, runtime 2 hours 12 minutes, 2.35:1, MGM & Columbia Pictures. Look everyone, another remake! Instead of remaking The Magnificent series 1-6, MGM & Columbia Pictures decided to jump right to The Magnificent Seven

No Man’s Sky – Cinema Fantastico Episode #4

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Episode 4 of A Cinema Fantastico Podcast is here! This round it’s Joshua T Ruth and me, Adam Rutkowski, discussing one of the most anticipated video games in the last 3 years: NO MAN’S SKY. This episode is spoiler-free because

Review: My Boyfriend’s Back (1993) Blu Ray Release by Mill Creek (2016)

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I did watch this “maybe” for the “first time” late last year 2015? I think it popped up on one of my paid streaming services and thought I’d give it a chance. The movie was originally released back in 1993

Review: Just Visiting (2001) Blu Ray Release from Mill Creek (2016)

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There is one unfair reason why I never bothered to watch this movie since it came out, well, two reasons. The first reason is Jean Reno. I absolutely LOVE Jean Reno when he’s in the hands of Luc Besson. His

Review: Perfect (1985) Blu Ray Release from Mill Creek (2016)

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Oh boy, I certainly do have flashbacks in regard to 1985’s Perfect starring John Travolta and Jamie Lee Curtis. Firstly, John Travolta is playing a character whose name is “Adam”. Secondly, it’s the first movie that Rolling Stone magazine would

Review: Hardbodies (1984) Blu Ray Release from Mill Creek (2016)

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Hardbodies is the movie from my youth that was completely taboo. It was the type of movie that my dad you rent while I was still looking around the store for my selection. I remember this movie seeping in controversy

Review: Private Resort (1985) Blu Ray Release from Mill Creek (2016)

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Beginning in 1987 there was a TV show you probably haven’t heard of called “21 Jump Street”. It stars a ‘where is he now’-actor Johnny Depp. Before Mr. Depp’s role as a baby-face undercover cop infiltrating the mean-street halls of

Review: Future Cop: The Complete Series (1976) DVD Release from Mill Creek (2016)

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40 years ago a cop show dared to be different and only lasted a handful of episodes and a follow-up TV movie. Future Cop is a gimmick inspired through the success of The Six Million Dollar Man but also may