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We saw Tom actually using a marker on a paper roadmap to plan his route from Montana to California. Perhaps online mapping isn't a thing in this universe. And, yeah, why in the hell didn't Sonic just scale the Transamerica Pyramid? There's no gate or barrier protecting the rooftop. The studio tried their best with the redesign of Sonic's eyes, but it didn't improve much. I gave it a 3/10. Jim Carrey couldn't even save this movie from some of its ridiculous plots. I remember those days, being housebound with typical childhood maladies. <i>Mister Rogers' Neighborhood</i> would pop-up whilst channel surfing. It was rather soothing to watch. That and <i>The Joy of Painting</i> with Bob Ross. I'm fine with the decision. <i>Hawaii Five-0</i> was becoming trite, corny, and repetitive over the seasons, more so than usual. Scott Caan seemed to show up whenever he wanted to. Now, with Alex O'Loughlin's injuries, the show probably wouldn't have been sustainable without him. Ten years is a good run. Their early work was a little too new wave for my taste. But when <i>Sports</i> came out in '83, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to Elvis Costello, but I think Huey has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor. Just like that with no proper resolution? I hope Showtime will make a future two-hour finale to give the fans closure. There's no way it ends so abruptly. Still a bit more story to tell. Not into sports, but I have heard of him. Terrible that he and his 13-year-old daughter were instantly killed in a helicopter crash. R.I.P. Ditto. Completely defeated the purpose of the first two films. There truly is no better drummer. R.I.P. Neil. I kept wondering if Sly wrote the script himself or had somebody with no previous knowledge of the franchise take a crack at it. Whatever the case, this was no <i>Rambo</i> movie. The actors were very wooden. I thought I was watching a Telemundo novela. I struggled to get through the first two acts. While the farm scene was pretty awesome, everything leading up to it just fell flat. It's like half of the crap could've been avoided with common sense. The part where the mob ganged up on John...what? The dude was Special Forces. He could've easily taken out maybe a good five of them before being overrun. Instead, he just curls up in a ball? Age be damned; he's in pretty good shape for a guy in his 70s. I can't find a single excuse. And that ending...pfft. It's like everybody involved knew it was going to be a major disappointment, so they threw in a few clips from the original for nostalgic purposes. It really made me want to see <i>First Blood</i> (1982) all over again and forget this even existed. I can easily put this at or below the level of <i>Rocky V</i> (1990). It's a shame <i>Rambo</i> went out with such a whimper. What I was thinking. It'll probably blow us all out of the water once we see them on the big screen. No need to divulge too much info in the trailers. View all replies >