Big Brother 19 Episode 30 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: Paul is forming a plan so all of the pairs can go after each other instead of him. After a grueling competition, Jason won the Head of Household and has his sights on Maven. He lied to them and said Kevin is the true target. They believe Jason as he nominates them both.

Kevin is Such a Meanie: Maven thinks the plan to get out Kevin is still good to go so they settle into the block comfortably. Even Jason says to Raven that they’re going to get pulled off the block. However, Jason reminds us that they need to break up the last showmance in the house. This is the plan but Alex wants to shift the target towards Kevin. She explains that no one likes him but Jason has a bond with him (because they’re both married men with children). The only thing that Jason hates is meanness so she tries to convey that Kevin is the meanest person in the house. Wait so wouldn’t Jason target Alex because she’s by far the meanest one in the house.

Hide and Go Veto: It’s time to pick players for the Power of Veto. Josh, Paul, and Kevin are pulled to play. This competition is the Hide and Go Veto competition which involves each player hiding their veto desk in the house. Then each player must go back in to find the other player’s disk. The person who still has their card in the house wins. Everyone is destroying the house which will make finding the disk harder but by god, this house is ruined. Furniture goes everywhere, all the clothes are on the floor, cats, and dogs living together, mass hysteria. Everyone finds the five veto disks and the results are shown. Josh is sixth, Matt is fifth, Kevin is fourth, Matt is third, Raven is second, and Jason wins the Power of Veto.

The Mob Mentality: Everyone is excited that Jason won the veto but he’s curious if Kevin would be cool with the pawn idea. Of course, he’s confused on why he would do that and hurts the twist between them. He suspects (correctly) that someone planted that thought in him but Jason changes his mind and decides to leave the nominations the same. Jason goes to Paul and Alex who don’t like this change of heart. He immediately gets suspicious of them when they look at each other. Also, Jason correctly guesses what’s been happening this season, the mob mentality. Someone will blame something else on a houseguest, they become the target, no one talks to them or gets into fights with them and they go home. Jason sees that Alex is trying to do the mob mentality on Kevin but he’s not buying it.

Veto Ceremony: At the veto ceremony, Matthew campaigns to Jason that he should use the veto on Raven, not himself. Unfortunately for Maven, Jason does not use the Power of Veto leaving both of them blindsided. Keep in mind at the end of the nomination ceremony, Jason told Raven that he would use the veto on them. He tries to ask a question during the ceremony but they both immediately shut him down. Not only are they pissed at Jason but so is Alex.

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Big Brother 19 Episode 29 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: Paul makes himself the third wheel with the three pairs left in the house. With Christmas as HOH, she nominated the big target in the house with Mark but left other options opened. She thought about putting Jason on the block but he won the veto. Alongside Matthew on the block, Mark was backdoored and evicted from the house.

HOH: All of the houseguests are still standing up in their hot dog buns (wow that’s pretty weird to write). We cut to before the eviction to address the two votes against Matthew. Paul, Jason, and Alex had a plan to cast a hinky vote then blame it on Kevin so he can be a bigger target. Jason was going to be the sole vote but when it came time for Alex to vote, she went blank and voted Matthew as well. We go back to the HOH competition where Kevin falls off, followed by Matthew and Josh shortly after. Christmas is now worried because Paul is the only hope that she has left. Feeling unsafe, Raven wants to cut a deal with everyone so she can win but no wants to do it. Paul is feeling confident that he’ll be safe, he falls down. Then shortly after, Raven falls which leaves Alex and Jason left. Everyone is confused on why they’re not throwing it to each other because they’re a tight pair. After awhile, Jason promises Alex safety for the week and she falls off. Jason is now the new Head of Household.

Bad Framing Job: Jason is super excited that he’s the HOH again and wants to target Maven so bad. This goes perfectly for Paul who wants Maven out but doesn’t want the bad on his hands. Josh tells Alex that Kevin was super nervous towards Paul that he voted for Mark, not Matthew. When Josh tells you that you need to relax, then you should probably relax. It would have gone perfectly but Jason told Kevin that he voted for Matthew. Which is unfortunate for Alex when she finds out about this and now can’t frame Kevin.

Tree of Hesitation: For the second week, the Tree of Temptation is lit up and the houseguests gather round. Alex is freaking out that someone might pick an apple and ruin everything. She warns everyone that the punishments are horrible and wouldn’t be worth the risk. Raven is tempted but fears getting the Bounty punishment (if the HOH gets you out then they get $5,000) instead of a reward. Matthew agrees and thinks the punishments outweigh the rewards.

Nominations: Kevin is now to be considered a target thanks to Alex throwing him under the bus for the whole hinky vote incident. Paul is also frustrated with Kevin because of his uncertainty. Ultimately Jason sticks to the original plan and puts up Maven on the block. Although a bit worried, Maven is confident that Kevin will be the backdoor target.

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Big Brother 19 Week 8 Cast Rankings


Welcome to my power rankings of Big Brother 19 where I rank the houseguests on how well they did and their place in the future. Keep in mind this isn’t based on who I like personally but strictly game based.


9. Mark

Just like Jessica and Cody, Mark going home was a long time coming. He was good at the beginning but the Dominique talk show incident and Cody coming back cemented his fate. Kudos towards him for fighting back not only in the competitions but trying to convince people that Paul wasn’t their best interest. Unfortunately, these houseguests are under Paul’s spell so Mark had no shot.


8. Matthew

Well unless he wins the HOH, it’s time for Matthew to be the pawn … for the third time in a row. This guy has to be the most clueless houseguest in the house and that’s saying a lot. He’s not even fighting for himself but for Raven, well actually Matthew is just not fighting at all. Unless Maven wins the HOH, Matthew will be the target this week.


7. Jason

He’s one of the other big targets in the house along with Alex but she has more of a chance. If Jason can win more comps, then he has more of a chance in the house but Alex seems more likely. I feel like Jason wouldn’t betray Alex but she will in a heartbeat.


6. Kevin

Kevin is getting more and more isolated from the house because they think he’s making side deals. He’s another immediate target but Paul will get him around because of competitions. There is some fire under him so if there’s anyone out of Paul’s spell, Kevin will use some street smart to help himself out.


5. Raven

The only reason that Raven might make Final Two because she’s a jury goat. There’s honestly no chance that Raven will win the game. The only vote she’ll get is from Matthew. Everyone is just sick of her crazy antics and attention seeking ways that they want to get rid of her but will wait.


4. Alex

Nothing has changed with Alex from last week. It will be interesting if Paul keeps her in the game because he is afraid of her but on the other hand, Alex has one of the worst social games in the house. Even with Jason who she treats like an idiot, no one has any ties with her. She shooed away Kevin and kept getting into fights with Mark this week.


3. Christmas

Zingbot called Jason dead weight but honestly, that’s Christmas. She’ll go to the end because of her injury which means most likely, she won’t repeat. Paul wants her in the end which means Christmas will be at the end.


2. Josh

Originally I said that Josh will not win because the jury will not like him. Now I’m starting to change my opinion and say he’s the dark horse. Yes, Cody and Elena are annoyed at him but everyone in the house still likes him. As long as he doesn’t get into fights and lay low, Josh has the second best chance to win in the house.


1. Paul

By god, how is everyone still under Paul’s spell? Yes, the safety and bracelets did help him out but he’s just so good in this house. Paul can be super over the top in the diary rooms but I love him explaining his strategy. The only thing going against him is everyone talking which could reveal some deals that Paul made. For now, Paul is cruising all the way to finale night.


Lucky Logan Review


Usually, directors, have their little niche with it comes to films. Example. Steven Soderberg has his heist movies with the Ocean’s trilogy. After a 4 year hiatus, he’s back with another heist movie, Logan Lucky. So is this movie worth all the critical praise or deserves the harsh box office results.

Logan Lucky is about Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) who shares custody of his daughter with his ex-wife (Katie Holmes). To support his single parent lifestyle, he teams up with his one-armed brother, Clyde (Adam Driver) and their sister, Minnie (Riley Keough). The plan is to steal from the Charlotte Motor Speedway during the Coca-Cola 600. With the help of Joe Bang (Daniel Craig), they need to successfully steal the money without getting caught.

For me personally, heist movies are so much fun because of the planning and execution. Heists are some of the most fun action on-screen. Steven Soderberg masterfully does this with ease even know it’s around something I don’t care for, NASCAR. Not that NASCAR is bad but it’s just race cars racing in a circle for hundreds of laps. But making these characters maneuver through the busiest day for the sport was very thrilling to watch.

When the planning starts, that’s where the fun really begins. The first act isn’t slow but more delivery paced. These characters are so much fun to watch that its shame we won’t get a sequel (thanks to the box office).  The interactions that took place was suspenseful but also really fun. What other movies can you think of that has a conversation about explosive gummy bears that’s funny but also leaves you on the edge of your seat. This movie perfectly balances the thrills but also brings some great fun to the picture.

This ensemble is just incredible to watch and they really did excel in this movie. Channing Tatum and Adam Driver definitely have some great chemistry together and are very believable as brothers with bad luck. But by far the standout performance is Daniel Craig playing Joe Bang. He just disappears in this role and you can’t honestly see the actor just acting, you’ll see Joe Bang. His charming southern accent and great comedic performance make for one of his best performances in his career. The only actor that didn’t work was Sebastian Stan who wasn’t bad but had a very small role despite the billing.

Seeing Logan Lucky a week late is making me feel very regretful because this movie needs the word of mouth. This movie is filled with suspense and fun with the brothers stealing from NASCAR. Not only that but this ensemble is just incredible to watch especially Daniel Craig as Joe Bang. With a slow weekend of movies ahead, I’ll definitely you see Logan Lucky.

Grade: A-

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Big Brother 19 Episode 28 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: At the HOH competition, Paul throws the competition to Christmas in order to not get his hands too bloody. He has been positioning him self with all of the pairs in the house but set his sights on Josh and Christmas. Mark becomes the target with Christmas putting up Jason and Matthew as pawns for a backdoor. At the veto, Jason wins the veto and Mark are put up.

Pairing Up: Christmas is feeling confident about backdooring Mark but he isn’t giving up just yet. Maven (Matt & Raven) talk to Paul about Jason and Alex, and when they should be targeting them. They agree about targeting them if they win HOH but this falls perfectly in Paul’s plan. He goes Alex and she talks about targeting Maven if they win HOH. This is going perfectly for Paul but has some doubts about Alex. If he takes Alex to the win, he might be the runner up.

Mark Goes Campaigning: Mark needs four votes to stay this week so he starts campaigning to the house. He talks to Jason, Kevin, Alex, and Paul to secure the votes. Although they like him personally, it’s risky to keep him in the game. So Mark goes for the Maven angle because most people don’t like them in the house. Paul has enough control in the house to make Matthew go home this week which he thinks about it.

Fluff Questions: Before the eviction, Julie asks a couple of light questions to the house. She comments that Matthew is finally wearing a different shirt and Christmas’s injury. Kevin is asked what he wants to see in the HOH basket if he wins which he wants some bottled water and a letter from home. Finally, she goes to Jason about his wife and he’s ecstatic about the pregnancy.

Eviction: The nominees have some final words before the vote, Matthew talks about how much of an expert loser is he (very meta) and Mark talks about his family plus the good experience he had in the house. It’s time for the vote.

  • Raven votes for Mark.
  • Josh votes for Mark.
  • Kevin votes for Mark.
  • Jason votes for Matthew.
  • Alex votes for Matthew.
  • Paul votes for Mark.

By a vote of 4-2, Mark is evicted from the Big Brother house. Mark seems like he’s in good spirits while I’m sad that one of my preseason picks goes home. While talking to Julie, he talks about Elena and the floater strategy. He names Dominique as the downfall in his game and Cody going back was the final blow.

HOH: The houseguests go to the backyard for another endurance competition. They are put into giant hot dog buns and must hold on while mustard and ketchup are sprayed onto them. We’ll see the results on the Sunday episode along with the nominations. So what did you think of this episode? Like this post and leave a comment down below.

Big Brother 19 Episode 27 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: After Cody and Elena were eliminated during the double eviction, Mark became the house target. Paul threw the HOH to Christmas who is going to make a big move,,, by targeting Mark. A new twist called Tree of Temptation that has either a reward or punishment. Mark goes in and gets a Save a Friend which he gives Paul safety for the week. Although there have been discussions about Kevin, she nominates Matthew and Jason in order to backdoor Mark.

Paul Plans Ahead: Mark hopes that he gets some goodwill towards Paul because of the safety. However, Paul doesn’t care and still wants Mark out this. At night, Christmas confesses to Josh that he has a soft spot for Mark and wants to target Jason if Mark wins the veto. While everyone thinks about this week, Paul is thinking about the end game. He admits that last season, the end wasn’t on his mind until the end. Christmas and Josh seem like good options for him but the most important thing is to not show too much loyalty towards one person. If the two pairs (Alex and Jason, Matthew and Raven) take each other out then it’s a win. I love getting some insight into Paul’s strategy and not feeling too forced and over the top in the diary room.

Zingbot: Mark is reading the bible and hopes to God that he gets to play in the veto this week. Turns out, God wants him to play alongside Raven and Paul. That pales in comparison to the return of Zingbot. Our favorite robot that delivers the best burns returns for the veto competition. Also, Zingbot has the weirdest story arc ever with him being the President. Raven is super excited about Zingbot but little does she know that everyone in the fan community has been roasting her all season. Zingbot zings are pretty good but Josh steals the show with his reactions. We go to the backyard for the competition, where the players need to send Zingbot home. They must fill up their bowl and the first player to do that is the winner. Paul doesn’t want to win so there’s no Sophie’s choice between the two nominees. Thankfully Jason wins the Power of Veto.

One Last Ditch Effort: While Jason and Alex celebrating ending their respective punishments, Marks campaigns to Christmas and Josh. He pledges his loyalty to them and will do whatever he says. Christmas wants to think about it but has other plans. Jason uses the veto on himself and Christmas puts Mark on the block.


Big Brother 19 Episode 26 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: Alex won the latest HOH and wanted Cody out of the house. Mark tried to plant seeds to Jason that Paul is dangerous but he wasn’t buying it. On eviction night, it became a double eviction with Cody going home first and Jason winning the next HOH. He told everyone about his chat with Mark and put up Marelena on the block. After Mark won the veto, Jason put up Matthew and almost considered getting him out but Josh campaigned to get Elena out. Then we had a crappy clip show :/

Tales from Decrypt: This HOH is hosted by Derrick and it’s a head to head competition. Two players must answer a question about the past houseguests by decrypting clues. The loser is out while the winner stays but if you get it wrong, you’re out.

  • Round 1: Raven vs Mark – Raven wins
  • Round 2: Alex vs Paul – Paul wins
  • Round 3: Christmas vs Kevin – Christmas wins
  • Round 4: Josh vs Matthew – Josh wins
  • Round 5: Raven vs Paul – Paul wins
  • Round 6: Christmas vs Josh – Christmas wins
  • Round 7: Christmas vs Paul – Christmas
  • Christmas wins Head of Household

Now Paul knew the answer but Christmas took way too long so Paul threw the competition.

Kevin the Undercover Cop: Mark knows he’s the main target but will fight for the veto if he has the chance. Alex comments that while Mark is the house target, she wants to push for Kevin to be the backup target. She noticed that he was fishy when Derrick was around and thinks that Kevin is an undercover cop because he knows about the streets and gangsters. He tries to talk to her but Alex proclaims that she doesn’t want to talk to him alone. Good job pissing off someone who might be in the jury Alex, really good job. Alex tells Jason that he needs to cease all talk with Kevin but still talks to him anyway. Kevin gets really pissed off and tries to confront her about why she doesn’t want to talk. So she makes up the excuse that he keeps asking about food. Well, at least Alex can win competitions because everything else sucks.

Guess Who’s Getting a Big Brother: Jason calls everyone to see his HOH basket. Since he won the double eviction HOH, there’s no room but gets a nice basket with treats and letter from home. His wife writes to him and at the end, she drops a bombshell that she’s having another kid. Everyone is excited for him but imagine if she was lying to give him extra motivation to win the money. That would have been great but congrats to Jason. Honestly, I would be scared to take Jason more so because of this news.

Tree of Temptation: We have a whole new twist which is the Tree of Temptation. The Tree of Temptation involves someone choosing an apple when the tree is light up. These apples are at random and are Save a Friend, Second Veto, Eliminate Two Eviction Votes, Can’t Play in Next HOH, and Bounty on Your Head. Mark is thankful for this twist and when the tree is lit up, he immediately goes in. He gets the Save a Friend and picks Paul which grants him safety. It’s like this season of Big Brother is on tutorial mode for Paul.

Nominations: Although Kevin was a tempting offer, Christmas puts Jason and Matthew on the block as pawns. Her speech doesn’t concern them but she tells Mark that he’s the target.

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Big Brother 19 Week 7 Rankings


Welcome to my power rankings of Big Brother 19 where I rank the houseguests on how well they did and their place in the future. Keep in mind this isn’t based on who I like personally but strictly game based.


11. Cody

Going into this week, there was nothing that Cody could have done besides winning the veto in order to ensure his safety. The target on his back so big that no one couldn’t wait a week to get him out. Besides being with Jessica, he kills in the competitions and that makes everyone afraid of him. Give him points for having the best Big Brother exit in history.


10. Elena

Elena has been on a decline since the Ramses vote and slowly became one of the big targets in the house. Now taking the 5k wasn’t the main reason for Elena going home but she placed some serious mistrust in Alex and Josh to the point of wanting her out first. She has this spunk but unfortunately, it didn’t come out that much this season and that’s a shame.


9. Mark

Mark is now in the Cody spot of being the only one left in a showmance and being a competition beast. He can’t just carry any good favor in the house because of past events (pickle juice, Dominique, pots, and pans, etc) The target on his back is unavoidable and unless Paul wants to go after Kevin or Matthew, he’s gone this week.


8. Kevin

Man Kevin really went down in the rankings this week. Originally I thought that the threat of Kevin would go down because there are bigger ones in the house. Unfortunately for him, Paul doesn’t trust him and that’s a death sentence in the house. He’s been making his allies very uneasy because Kevin is just talking to the other side. Unless he can pull off some competition wins then Kevin might be going home real soon.


7. Matthew

I was trying to be optimistic about Matthew a couple of weeks ago but that’s all gone. It’s like he’s not even trying to play the game and instead wants to eat cereal all day long. Matthew wants to be a pawn because he has to be a team player and there’s no hesitation to become the third nominee. Then he wins the veto and doesn’t even use it on himself because Paul told him too. To top it all off, he was dangerously close to becoming evictee in the double eviction and still has no clue about it. Matthew is going out soon and probably won’t care.


6. Raven

She’s in a showmance with Matthew which automically makes her a target. The houseguests are getting sick and tired of Raven so her days are numbered.


5. Jason

Matthew had me a little optimistic but I was really pulling for Jason because it seemed he would have made an independent move. Sadly he’s just a follower of Paul (got used to seeing that phrase on a lot in the upcoming weeks) and will always listen to Alex. His speech as HOH was terrible and showed how jittery he was. Unless Jason can pull it together, he’ll be gone around final five.


4. Josh

Honestly, Josh at this point is just being Josh and nothing will change about that. He’ll get into a fight or Paul will tell him to get into a fight with someone. He might be a jury goat that Paul will take but the way he’s acting, the jury probably won’t vote for him.


3. Christmas

Even know Christmas is in the third spot, I don’t feel good about her chances. She’s been getting into fights with people and soon will really piss them off when they get evicted.


2. Alex

She’s still blindly loyal to Paul which will be her biggest downfall in the game. Without this blind following, Alex would be pretty good as she possesses a drive in these competitions. If somehow Paul goes before her then she’s going to have a pretty good shot.


1. Paul

Fitting that Derrick came into the house as he’s famous for dominating the game because Paul is on that path. Absolutely no one wants to take him out and in fact, people want him to win the game. Everyone (besides Mark) is blindly loyal to him and that’s perfect for Paul.


Big Brother 19 Episode 25 Recap


Previously on Big Brother: Alex won the latest HOH and wanted Cody out of the house. Mark tried to plant seeds to Jason that Paul is dangerous but he wasn’t buying it. On eviction night, it became a double eviction with Cody going home first and Jason winning the next HOH. He told everyone about his chat with Mark and put up Marelena on the block. After Mark won the veto, Jason put up Matthew and almost considered getting him out but Jason campaigned to get Elena out. It worked and she became the second member of the jury.

Words Come Back to Bite Mark: Mark feels guilty that Elena went out because he’s such a big target and she just wanted some space. Everyone is looking at the picture wall and is loving that Cody is out of the house. Especially Paul who is gloating about getting Jody out and how no one is putting him up (trust us, we’re wondering the same thing). However, he is concerned about Jason’s speech about Mark. He admits to Paul that he shouldn’t be trusted so everyone gathers in the kitchen. My favorite part is Josh was about to talk but everyone shut him down because they need a word in. Mark is shaken by this and doesn’t offer a clear answer to anyone because it won’t save him.

Another Puppet Master Comes In: The front doorbell rings and Derrick, the winner of Big Brother 16 enters. Josh describes him as someone who’s a mastermind. was never put on the block, and dominated the game (mmmmmmmmmm sounds familiar). He carries a duffle bag but it’s just a tease as he congrats everyone about making it halfway. Derrick is happy that he’s back in even know it’s just temporary. But Derrick isn’t here for anything except for being the reason we have a clip show.

Rant Time: Clip shows are just horrible in general but for Big Brother, it’s even worse. The whole point is to reflect on the season and in the earlier seasons, it would happen at the very end. Now we’re having it at the halfway point which is pointless and with a season like this, it’s going to hurt the enjoyment. We’re seeing clips of people who aren’t even here and their dominating the screen time. To top it off, it’s airing on a Friday which meant there were no feeds immediately after the double eviction. Clip shows are a waste of time and this one is especially the case. At least last season, the clip show was very awkward but a little entertaining. This one just has Derrick who I like but that’s not enough to make this fun. He just awkwardly transitions events that he wasn’t even present for. So for this recap, I’m not going to recap the clip show because it’s redundant.

Preview for Sunday: At the very end of the episode, Derrick announces he will host the next HOH competition. The competition is about the past events in the house which still doesn’t justify this episode. They all walk back outside and that’s the episode. It was just a tease for Sunday …. sigh.

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard


As we sadly come to the end of the summer movie season, we have a couple of films before we say hello to fall. Now sometimes those films are some really good gems or garbage. With The Hitman’s Bodyguard, it’s hard to tell because it falls straight down the middle. It feels lazy but there are some people who are trying to achieve some greatness here.

Ryan Reynolds portrays Michael Bryce who at one time was one of the best protection agents in the world. After an incident, he is demoted and protecting horrible clients. This all changes when he gets a call from his ex-wife (Elodie Yung) about an assignment to protect Darius Kincaid, the most dangerous hitman. Michael must protect Darius before he testifies against Vladislav Dukhovich (Gary Oldman), a notorious Russian dictator.

Throughout the whole movie, it doesn’t feel like Ryan Reynolds or Samuel L Jackson aren’t playing their characters but more being themselves. Not exactly but it’s Ryan Reynolds giving out quips and Samuel L Jackson yelling out motherfucker while ranting. Their star power overshadows the movie but that’s not a bad thing because they’re the best part of the movie. Their banter was hilarious to see and I wouldn’t mind if the whole was just them together. These two actors are pretty funny on their own but together it’s like a tennis match, go back and forth with quips and insults.

With the expectation of Salma Hayek who is a standout in her scenes, the rest of the cast is meh. They’re not god awful but it’s just so bland and nothing really pops on screen. It’s funny because these actors (Gary Oldman and Elodie Yung) usually have some great presence but don’t have good material to work with. Gary Oldman character just pops up from time to time and distracts from seeing the Reynolds/Jackson chemistry. Then Yung’s character is just the romantic foil to Reynolds and that’s it.

The biggest flaw with this movie is the amount of generic material present here. A huge chunk of the action-comedy cliches are present and not only can you spot them a mile away but predict what will happen. You got Michael who’s the guy who plays by the rules then Darius is the reckless guy who puts the whole thing in danger. We’ve all seen this story before and nothing new adds to this idea. Yeah, they just to make fun of it but those jokes didn’t work as well.

Overall The Hitman’s Bodyguard is just an okay movie. The writing is just filled with all of these cliches that make watching the film feel predictable. However, thanks to the chemistry of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson, it raises this film from mediocrity to something that’s just okay. When it comes out on rental or cable then I recommend you see it.

Grade: C

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