Probably The Strangest Review Of 'Friday The 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan'

The ending, more specifically. It's about time someone was courageous enough to call bullshit on the ending of Jason Takes Manhattan. And also compare it to Dr. Strangelove.

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Are you ready for nearly five minutes of cinematic spit takes? I don't think you are, but sometimes you just have to throw yourself into these things head first. The good folks at the Internet (yes, the entire Internet) have never let us down, and this morning is no exception. Are you ready for nearly five minutes of cinematic spit takes? I don't think you are, but sometimes you just have to throw yourself into these things head (or mouth, as it were) first. Enjoy this video, but make sure you're not enjoying a tall glass of milk while watching, or else it might end up sprayed all over the wall. (FilmDrunk)


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Based on the true events that lead to the making of 'Are We There Yet?' N.W.A. forever changed the face of hip-hop when they dropped Straight Outta Compton during the summer of 1988. Now, F. Gary Gray brings us this biopic that follows the events that put Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, DJ Yella, MC Ren, and Compton itself, on the map. It's a chilling reminder that even over twenty years later, the fight against brutality continues. O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins, and Jason Mitchell star as three of the five well-spoken, poised, and introspective young rappers, while Paul Giamatti co-stars as Howard the Duck.  


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