Movies For The Week Of March 13, 2020

Bloodshot – Releasing 03/13/20
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Ray Garrison, played by Vin Diesel, is a soldier who was killed in action. However death does not stop RST corporation from forcibly bringing him back with nanotechnology. However, his life is no longer his own, as RST owns his body, and his mind, changing his memory to force him to perform missions only they approve.

It’s nice to see the Valiant Comics series get into the Cinematic Universe game. This movie is a bad ass r-rated movie, which will open the door for many more characters in the Valiant Comics line up, as they already have a couple more planned. If you’d like to hear more about this, Lindsay has her ”What You Need To Know: Bloodshot” article about it.

Fat Fiction – Releasing 03/13/20
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Jennifer Isenhart delves into the facts and history of U.S. Dietary Guidelines, and the dietary advice of the past. Is the past advice fact or fiction? Fat… or Fiction…

An interesting concept, we all know that most of the advice of the past was purchased by major food companies. They can’t have schools teaching that milk is bad for you, so they pay to put dairy in a much larger category then it deserves. That’s just the way of the world, so enjoy the video showing more.

MOM: Mothers Of Monsters – Releasing 03/13/20
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Melinda Page Hamilton, plays a mother, who is coming to terms with the concept that her own son, played by Bailey Edwards, could potentially become a school shooter. Refusing to accept that as the case, she sets up a series of systems to confirm her fears. Once it does, her and her son are now stuck in a game of conflict, and war, seeing who will flinch first.

This is a dark topic, that is a trigger point for many people, who have either been affected, know someone who has been affected, or at least worried about family or friends being affected by an active shooter situation. That being said, this movie could do two things, either take the situation seriously, or milk the scenario for drama and money. Haven’t not personally seen it, I hope it’s the former.

My Spy – Releasing 03/13/20
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 64%

JJ, played by Dave Bautista, is a spy for the CIA. While he is dedicated to the job, his behavior gets him demoted, and is sent to surveil a family, under cover. His job gets harder though, when the daughter, Sophie, played by Chloe Coleman, discovers that JJ is a spy. However instead of blowing JJ’s cover, she convinces JJ to teach her how to be a spy.

I have to say, this Mr. Nanny and Pacifier storyline movies keep coming back. We love seeing tough guys being forced into helping, and raising young bratty children. I mean the premise is the same, both learn something from each other, and build a bond out of the situation. I will say though, that I love Dave Bautista, so I am more inclined to give this movie a chance.

The Postcard Killings – Releasing 03/13/20
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Based on the book by James Patterson and Liza Marklund, a New York Detective, played by Jeffery Dean Morgan, has his line turned upside down, when his family is murdered in London by a postcard themed murderer. However, he can’t sit back and do nothing, as he heads his way to London to find the murderer himself.

This is a classic revenge story, and reminds me of the story of Wasabi, starring Jean Reno. Revenge stories are powerful, and the drama, suspense, and noir-esc detective story will keep you engaged in the story.

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