Taken 3 Movie Review

Better than expected but still on the wrong side of good, Taken 3 is definitely showing its age. When we return to the life of retired badass Brian Mills (Liam Neeson) he is making a massive miscalculation about his daughter Kim’s (Maggie Grace) birthday present by giving her a giant sized panda bear and interrupting her […]

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Patrick’s 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

It is that time of year again when we say good bye to the year that was and look forward to the year that now is and what better way to do that but with a top 10 list of movies that I am looking forward to? Fair enough, there are plenty of better ways but this […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 119: Happy Belated Birthday, New Year!

Here we are with the New Year’s Eve Eve episode of the Gentlemen Radio in which Gentlemen Jeffrey and Patrick talk about the year that was and the year that would be and is now happening. This episode is less about issues and news and more about tangents and nonsense but in the best way […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 118: The Christmas Interview

Here we are with the Christmas episode of The Gentlemen Radio! This episode, Gentlemen Jeffrey and Patrick get into the nitty gritty of the controversy surrounding the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy the Interview. Then they get into what makes a Christmas movie a Christmas movie and discuss Christmas favorites across different media. It is a […]

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The Interview Movie Review

A hilarious farce in the same vein as This is the End, the Interview is not a hard hitting political take down but rather a fun broad comedy that occasionally flirts with deeper substance and insight but is  mostly more about putting things in Seth Rogen’s butt. After a run in with an old college mate […]

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Into the Woods Movie Review

A delightful and fun musical for the first two thirds, Into the Woods completely falls apart in a third act that is overly dark, overly long and overly depressing. When a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) become frustrated with not being able to have a child, the witch who lives next door […]

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

An uneven mess of a movie, the final installment of the Hobbit trilogy feels rushed and unnecessary with only flashes of what made the series worthwhile. Resolving what should have been the end of the Desolation of Smaug before diving into a drawn out set up for a yawn worthy battle, the Battle of the […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 117: The Charles Awakens

Welcome back for the glorious return of Gentleman Charles to the podcast after jet setting around the world solving Ebola and an assorted collection of other such activities that we can’t get into due to some blurry international antiquity smuggling laws. This is a super sized episode of the show with topics ranging from the […]

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Dragon Age Inquisition Xbox One Review

Summary [9.5 out of 10] The answer to my RPG prayers, Dragon Age Inquisition proves to be exactly what I was hoping for: A complete experience that features strong characters, interactions, story and graphics this game gets the series back on track. Telling the story of a new character thrust in a world of political […]

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365 Days Without Skyrim

  Like the title says, I have gone 365 days without Skyrim. Now, what might not be clear is that I have not even OPENED Skyrim yet. It’s still in the plastic, in fact. Sitting there. Mocking me. I started the day count as a kind of a joke. Like a junkie waiting for that […]

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Alien Isolation Xbox One Review

Summary [8.0 out of 10] The answer to anyone who asked why we couldn’t just have a scary Alien game after Aliens Colonial Marines, Alien Isolation takes things back to the feel of the first movie with one Alien and very few resources on hand to deal with it. What it amounts to is a […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 116: The Thanksgiving Jambalaya of Pain

On this episode of the Gentlemen Radio, Gentlemen Jeffrey and Patrick meander through the show with very little by way of topics and even less by way of coherence. They talk about other studios trying to pull off a shared universe like Marvel and setting themselves up for potential failure and they then unironically talk […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 115: Sometimes it is Offensive Not to be Offended…Also Upcoming Movies

And here we are with a very special episode of the Gentlemen Radio. Gentlemen Patrick and Jeffrey tackle a heavy subject that gets into the sort of shakey territory that white dudes usually get into when talking about political correctness and the disconnect between writing stories and characters and actually espousing those views. Then they […]

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The Evil Within Xbox One Review

Summary [8.0 out of 10] A promising start to a new potential franchise, The Evil Within gets back to the horror roots of survival horror while providing a mostly engaging story with strong game play and visuals. Uneven difficulty hamstrings the game somewhat, however, and the controls can get in the way of proper command […]

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The Gentlemen Radio Episode 114: Comic Book Movie Overload While Talking About a Comic Book TV Show

Alright so this episode is a couple of weeks late due to some technical difficulties. It is a bit outdated as evidenced by Gentleman Patrick losing his shit consistantly during the episode about Game 6 of the World Series, but in between the disappointed shouting, the Gentlemen talk about the big Marvel announcement of their […]

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John Wick Movie Review

As slick and badass as any movie one could hope for, John Wick delivers on a straight forward revenge tale with an abundance of beautifully shot, choreographed and executed action while offering a surprising amount of solid world building. Just days after his wife is taken by illness, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) has a chance […]

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