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August 3, 2013

Tell me what you think of this ‘Paranoia’ Featurette

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony


Surprisingly, I am not yet tired of the brothers Hemsworth.  These kids seem to appear in a movie every other month or so but this one has the unique appeal of seeing one alongside Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman.  The premise of the movie keeps reminding me of the film ‘Lucky number Slevin’ with Josh Hartnett, Bruce Willis, and Morgan Freeman.  I don’t know if it’s entirely a bad thing but as a result the film is tracking waay lower on my ‘radar’ than it would if it hadn’t.


The movie seems ok, but something’s missing. Is it just me?



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