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• 8/21/2017

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• 5/16/2016

What does the artist want to tell us?

I guess he was only frusrated from people who illegally download movies.
If you don't pay for it and don't show the necessary respect,you'll have to
expect more screenplays like that. Try spontaneously to write one and you'll see you're not much better than this. Again, visually it's still a solid piece of work, but shooting a movie is probably not the most expensive part. To create the infrastructure so it is possible to make good movies otoh cannot be paid with all the money in the world.possible
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• 11/25/2014

5 Things You Need to Know About Machete Kills

1. Those Who Are Squeamish, Look Away Now
"Machete Kills" is violent. Like, incredibly violent.
2. The Supporting Cast Is Sort of Incredible
The supporting of "Machete Kills" follows: Sofia Vergara, Amber Heard, Demián Bichir, Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Walt Goggins, Lady Gaga, Antonio Banderas, Cuba Gooding Jr., William Sadler, Jessica Alba, Vanessa Hudgens, and Tom Savini. Not bad, huh?
3. This Is Not a Welcome Return for Mel Gibson
In some perverse way, "Machete Kills" was supposed to act as a comeback for Mel Gibson, whose career has suffered after a series of titanic public embarrassments. The thing is, it's not exactly great to have Mel back
4. There Is the Promise of Another One
At the beginning of "Machete Kills" there's a trailer for a third movie, called "Machete Kills Again... In Space." And, amazingly, "Machete Kills" maneuvers itself to the position of it actually setting up "Machete Kills Again... In Space" as a legitimate sequel.
5. It's a Pretty Direct Sequel
Part of what made cheesy exploitation sequels fun was that they often had very little to do with the actual movie.
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