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Movie Issues: A Million Ways to Die in the West

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Movie Issues: A Million Ways to Die in the West

Seth MacFarlane, the mastermind behind Family Guy, American Dad, and the 2012 hit Ted, is back with his signature brand of comedy. This time he tackles the old west with his new movie A Million Ways to Die in the West. Set in 1882 Arizona, Albert Stark (MacFarlane) a sheep farmer who lacks courage, loses his beloved girlfriend Louise (Amanda Seyfried) as a result in not competing in a duel. Feeling lost and heartbroken, he soon meets Anna (Charlize Theron). Through her, he discovers his inner confidence and courage, realizing his true potential when Anna’s husband, infamous outlaw Clinch Leatherwood (Liam Neeson), arrives in town seeking retribution for Stark’s relationship with his wife. Thus all kinds of gross comedy ensue.

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Movie Issues: Maleficent

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Movie Issues: Maleficent

Maleficent, directed by first time director Robert Stromberg and starring Oscar winning actress Angelina Jolie, re-tells the Sleeping Beauty story from the villain’s point of view. The how’s and why’s are now being answered as to why Maleficent would become so evil she would curse a child. Set against a stunning backdrop of special effects and dark fantasy, Disney brings to life this unknown story of their most popular villain.

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Movie Issues: Legend

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Movie Issues: Legend

This week the guys are joined by Elizabeth from Comic Issues! They all got together to watch the 1985 fantasy flick, Legend. Yes, the the one with Tom Cruise as a woodlen man who fights Tim Curry in all his glory as Darkness, the embodiment of all evil and why there is so much glitter in fantasy films.  The group also discusses the Ant-Man drama over at Marvel. So please join us and see what crazy we get up too!

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Movie Issues: X-Men: Days of Future Past

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Movie Issues: X-Men: Days of Future Past

One of the most anticipated movies of this summer would be the new installment in the X-Men franchise: X-Men: Days of Future Past. In this new chapter, the future of humanity is a dark and desolate place. Humans created a new weapon to hunt mutants, The Sentinels. Things look pretty bleak as the mutants are on the edge of extinction. But the X-Men have once last hope, they send Wolverine back to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants. With a mix of the original cast and new cast, this becomes one epic adventure and race against time for all.

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Movie Issues: X-Men Origins: Wolverine

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Movie Issues: X-Men Origins: Wolverine

With the new X-Men flick opening this weekend the guys decided to watch one of the other movies in the franchise. They went for X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Yup. That one. It’s not good. Even after all this time this movie still just doesn’t work. From the muddled plot, random characters here and there for no reason, Gambit, and of course the adamantium bullet and its spell for forgetfulness. The guys also discuss X-Men: Days of Future Past as well, with little spoilers, nothing major. So please download and join us in our crazy discussion.

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Movie Issues: New Release Tuesday May 20th

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Movie Issues: New Release Tuesday May 20th

It’s Tuesday New Release Day!! That time of the week where you take your hard earned cash money and go get yourself some BluRays to watch and enjoy! This week some great movies come out, all being great for different reason. Some are just damn good; while others are so bad they become the funniest movies ever. And we say good-bye to some good TV shows ending their run. It’s a full solid week of good buys!

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Movie Issues: Godzilla

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Movie Issues: Godzilla

The blockbusters of the summer are upon us, and with that, they bring us the biggest of all blockbusters, Godzilla. First being unleashed in 1954, Godzilla captured the imaginations of millions of fans for over the last 60 years. And now he’s back, this time around we see this “terrifying force of nature”, depicted in a style faithful to the Toho series of Godzilla films. With participation by Toho and Warner Bros. they have crafted a damn good blockbuster monster flick that will not only be remembered, but is just too awesome for words!

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Movie Issues: Godzilla (1998)

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Movie Issues: Godzilla (1998)

With the new Godzilla being unleashed today into theaters, the guys thought they’d go down memory lane and revisit the 1998 version of Godzilla. Oh what a mess. If they had just called it Monster in Manhattan, maybe it wouldn’t have been so bad? Naw, it still sucks. It has nothing to do with Godzilla except the name and the roar. What else do you expect from a movie where Ferris Bueller is is fighting a giant lizard monster. The guys also talk a little about the new TV shows coming this fall and discuss the new Bat suit. It’s just another normal day here at Movie Issues HQ, please download and join in the fun. Read On

Movie Issues: New Release Tuesday, May 13th

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Movie Issues: New Release Tuesday, May 13th

It’s Tuesday New Release Day, that time of the week where you take your hard earned cash and get yourself some BluRays to watch and enjoy! Every week there is always something for everyone, and it’s nice to see a bunch of different stuff come out this week. Last few weeks it’s been pretty slim pickings. So yay for the movies!

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