Tag Archive: action

Aug 24 2013

RedboxInstant video streaming service has a long way to go

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About a week ago, I signed up for my free trial of RedBoxInstant. the free trial is extended to new subscribers to RedBoxInstant and being a person that still rents DVDs from time to time, RedBox is the perfect option. It’s low cost and your ability to go online and reserve the movies that you …

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Aug 12 2013

Movie Review: Elysium– Good But Has A Strong Political Undertone

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This past weekend, I went to go see the new movie Elysium with Matt Damon. Science fiction movies are always kind of a draw for me. Science fiction pretty much guarantees that the story is going to be somewhat interesting and shows off what Hollywood is doing with the latest graphics. Elysium is a movie …

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Jul 21 2013

Critics for Movies Suck and RED 2 was great!

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I’m finally getting around on doing movies that I see. This past weekend, I would go see RED 2. RED 2 being the sequel to the original release of RED [retired and extremely dangerous]. I thought that the original movie was really good. It had actors that everyone like, like Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John …

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Nov 19 2012

Movie Review: Skyfall – Brings a more serious Bond

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James Bond is one of those prolific and iconic characters that everyone recognizes. Simply the introduction of James Bond everyone sparks thoughts about spies and gadgets, not to mention the women that have played the role of Bond girl. This past weekend I just a belated trip to the local theater to see the newest/latest …

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Oct 31 2012

Creating a new website account— check the EULA for ‘perfect security’

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There was an article that surfaced last week on Ars Technica that talked about the breach of security from Sony; the Sony PlayStation network last year. What’s happening there is amazing. Basically, the ruling is that Sony is not liable for damages because they didn’t promise ‘perfect security’. I think this sets a dangerous precedent …

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