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Predators - Meat loaf as I remembered [User Review]

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Predators - Meat loaf as I remembered

I remember I used to love the Meat loaf when I was a kid, but these days when imagined eating all I could remember was tasting of the low quality mince, cheap MSG and flavouring in my mouth. Predators however, out of surprise, bring back the old homey meat loaf memories... all meaty, juicy and packed with fun.

Honestly, I thought Predators were dead to me. Sure we had hyped start, when we were not sure where they from and who they were; These days they were like the cheap Kabab shops just about everywhere, since they were handled by random LA cops, they had to fight the aliens, over and over, and they don't even win that well. Predators were like that song from 1987, once infectiously cool but nowadays just plain lame. Or the Meat loaf, once I loved and all I wanted for dinner, now I do not even want to look at them because they're just sad trashy and some times even dangerous to consume.

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Get to the Choppa!!! Predators review

Bitter, Bitter Balcony, Movie Review, Predators 2010Alex Litvak and Michael FinchNimród AntalAdrien Brody, Alice Braga, Topher Grace Bitter,Bitterometer,meter Predators(2010)
 

Finally, the most lethal hunters in the universe return to the perilous confines of the jungle in “Predators.” It’s a welcome home party for fans of this uneven franchise that began in 1987 with Arnold getting his ass handed to him in “Predator,” and Danny Glover returning the favor in 1990’s “Predator 2.” If being killed by Roger Murtaugh wasn’t a slap in the face, sharing the marquee with the Aliens in two terrible movies made these extraterrestrial hunters look like E.T. (Reese’s, anyone?). Robert Rodriguez ups his creative power producing this latest entry, “Predators,” and after nearly 20 years we’re as giddy as Mac singing “Gonna have me some fun tonight!”

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Splice a review, this one is definitely not normal.

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Splice (2010)

Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, two scientists, engineer the first manmade organic life form. This is not a clone of a lamb, or a pig or a bull, but a strange wormlike creature assembled using the DNA of various animals. Naturally, this is but the first step on their journey to splicing in the ever more complicated human genome, or at least parts. In an act of defiance and experimentation they create Dren, a modern day science driven Frankenstein.

With this act of the movie begins its exploration of the strange creature that is Dren and her evolution from small Squirrel-like creature to full-grown human…ish thing with strange legs and a tail. Twists and turns in her speedy evolution continue to shock the scientists and give us enough fodder to be entertained.

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Splice me up a freaky woman! Lookout: Splice

 
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Splice (2009) (to be released 2010)

“Splice” popped up on the Bitter Balcony grid a few months ago and its first teaser caught our interest. Apparently, after screening at the Sundance Film Festival, a bidding war began between Apparition, The Weinstein Company, Newmarket Films, First Look Studios and Samuel Goldwyn Films. Ultimately, "Splice" was purchased by Dark Castle Entertainment. Warner Bros. will distribute the film’s wide release on June 4. With quite the mishmash of entertainment heavyweights clamoring over this genetic mutation, we hope the movie is actually good.

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The Royal Undergrounds: Fantastic Mr. Fox Digs Up Soon!!!

 
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Wes Anderson returns to the heist-fumbling that put him on the map in 1996's indie favorite "Bottle Rocket.” This time, instead of a group led by incompetent yet goodhearted robbers, the devious plot is executed by a group of farm animals led by the suave Mr. Fox in the stop-motion animated "Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Based on the Roald Dahl novel by the same name, the clever Mr. Fox (voiced by George Clooney) must formulate a plan to save his family's fur from some mean farmers.

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