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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Unfinished Business’ Is An Unfunny Slog

Film: Unfinished Business
Directed by: Ken Scott
Starring: Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco

Vince Vaughn has been on a comedic decline as of late. The Watch, The Internship, and Delivery Man all opened to lukewarm or negative …

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 5/11-5/17

Welcome back to Weekly Wax!

Enjoy The Ride Records stole the show this week by releasing two long-awaited vinyl reissues. The first pressing of Turn The Radio Off by Reel Big Fish was a huge hit, with most of the …

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What The Film!? – The Batman Movies That Almost Were

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that

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What The Film?! – Batman (3 of 3)

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that

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What The Film?! – BATMAN (1 of 3)

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that

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SCENE & HEARD: The Batman Movies (Part Two)

Written by UTG critic Grace DuffyScene & Heard takes a look at the music that makes our favorite films so memorable. Whether it’s the 400-piece orchestra Christopher Nolan used for The Dark Knight, or the dozen or so

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SCENE & HEARD: The Batman Movies (Part One)

Written by UTG critic Grace DuffyScene & Heard takes a look at the music that makes our favorite films so memorable. Whether it’s the 400-piece orchestra Christopher Nolan used for The Dark Knight, or the dozen or so

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