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(Deadline)   James Bond slays the sparkly Twilight vampires at the box office and helps to ensure Gerard Butler's latest bomb did as little damage to audiences as possible   (deadline.com) divider line 3
    More: Followup, Gerard Butler, Twilight characters, James Bond, box offices, Law Abiding Citizen, Eon Productions, Leonard Maltin, DreamWorks Animation  
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2012-12-09 03:27:39 PM  
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El Brujo: Didn't see that either. But I can enjoy a Jason Statham flick. Well, Transporter series anyway. Absurd, but fun.


See, the first Crank was okay. It was acceptable; you got what you came to see. Nothing special.

Crank 2 is out-and-out insane, but in a GOOD way. It's like the illegitimate child of Commando and Evil Dead 2. Highly recommended.
2012-12-09 11:43:33 AM  
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The 23rd James Bond actioner even has a shot of outgrossing domestically the Twilight Saga finale

That would be sweet.
2012-12-09 03:38:28 PM  
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Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: El Brujo: Didn't see that either. But I can enjoy a Jason Statham flick. Well, Transporter series anyway. Absurd, but fun.

See, the first Crank was okay. It was acceptable; you got what you came to see. Nothing special.

Crank 2 is out-and-out insane, but in a GOOD way. It's like the illegitimate child of Commando and Evil Dead 2. Highly recommended.


Crank 2 is farking amazing. The kaiju scene was when I realized I utterly loved that movie. After I checked several times to make sure I wasn't imagining it.
 
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