Stunt Granny Audio Movie Review: Gangster Squad

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Jeremy & Kevin are back to give you a spoiler filled review of Gangster Squad. They try to hold back but aren’t successful. They also start reeling off other movies that the stars have been in because Kevin can’t remember any of them. After giving a refresher on Goonies, they get around to talking about the previews. The Call that was produced by the WWE and is the crux of their preview talk. What was given away in the preview? Jeremy & Kevin finally move on to the movie proper. What delayed this movie from coming out in 2012? What kind of a movie were the guys expecting? What mix of movies did Kevin think this movie represented? How predictable did Jeremy think this movie was? What was the tell for who would die from the squad itself? The boys have seen two long movies (The Hobbit and Django: Unchained) before this one. Would this movie had benefited from additional time? How strong are presents, ornaments and wreaths? What does that have to do with the movie? Find out when you click on the link below.

Stunt Granny Movie Reviews – Gangster Squad

Kevin’s Blog: Almost Live, Definitely Half Assed Review of @WWE #Raw

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I don’t get off for Martin Luther King Day. At least I have something in common with the WWE wrestlers. I’m starting late after recording about Gangster Squad. Let’s roll.

Vickie Guerrero and Paul Heyman come out to start the show. Dear lord, toothless man in the front row. If you can afford those tickets, can’t you afford some fake teeth? Paul Heyman lays it on thick as usual. Replay already. And more replay. It wasn’t the Rock‘s best work. I saw somewhere that he doesn’t owe us to change his schtick. That’s fine. Just know that I know it’s recycled material and I will continue to not like it. Cheesiest police set up ever. The police are not the guards at Buckingham Palace. Vickie gets to play the tired, old heel schtick.

Beat The Clock Challenge between Randy Orton and Antonio Cesaro. They love the long start to this challenge then the matches slowly start to resemble normal Raw length matches. Nothing happens before the break. The WWE loves it’s own formulas. I had glazed over the #BeatTheClock stuff until Mitchell Cool pointed it out. He’s doing his job. Since the winner gets to pick their number, a heel wins this challenge, right? RKO out of nowhere for an 11:36 match time. They try to build drama. I’m not biting. Nice of them to give Mick Foley a full career run down. The Shield tries to look like terrorists. They’re just getting started without still having any distinct personality traits or a winning in ring match.

Brad Maddox is going to get more air time than the match between Big Show and Zack Ryder. WMD for a short match. Big Show got screwed in the Beat The Clock challenge.

Brad Maddox gets more air time with Paul Heyman who invites him on board. 3MB is air guitaring. So stupid but somewhat funny. Ryback gets to crush Heath Slater. Heath gets a spoonful of offense. Finish him. Ryback got screwed in the challenge too. He’s got a mic again. The Rock is still jonsesing to get in. Vickie bribed their boss and admitted it on camera. Doesn’t she get arrested now? Why are they wearing the same outfit? Vickie can’t stop laughing at the Rock.

CM Punk gets his promo time. The WWE Title is his life’s work. Punk is doing what he can to make fun of the fans. They don’t seem to be buying it. A solid promo. The content was a little “Eh” to me. I love his facial expressions.

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