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It’s a light week as Tom hanks returns as the nerdier option to Indiana Jones in ‘Inferno’, we review the female northwest slice of life film ‘Certain Women’, and we find out if Eddie Murphy as ‘Mr. Church’ is truly as bad as people say it is. We also have our trivia, emails, and calls. email@example.com
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My predication for the show: Whorey Coleman (“Korey” Coleman as he likes to call himself) will betray his race by giving the magical negro movie a better than sex because a magical negro is what Whorey is as he’s a practitioner of the homo magical arts. Also, he supports a racist and a criminal like Hilary Clinton. #FuckKorey.
A bit bittersweet though since even Korey recognized Tony started the fight on Coleman’s behalf when neither Korey or Martin was bothered by Chris’ behavior. On the other hand, I got quite the chuckle when I saw Lockout for the first time 2 years ago. Such drama over such a banal film XD.
The only thing I think that came close to that on the air strife was Leog’s Harris and John Rubio “fight.” Korey’s management rants don’t count :D
Just saw Mr. Church and people are being too gaddamn harsh on this. He’s no magical mystical negro and he’s nothing like Morgan Freeman’s character in Driving Ms. Davy. I hope you guys will be fair in y’all’s review and not try to be hate on it because everyone’s expecting you to.