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    The Mob (1951)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043812/



    By the book cop goes undercover to investigate the mob's murderous control of the NY harbor and its waterfront longshoreman union.

    Tough, gritty, violent and bleak film noir where no one appears to be who they are with a great deal of lively, sharp intelligent no nonsense dialogue.

    A young Ernest Borgnine is strongly convincing in the role of the sinister mob boss.



    5/5

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    xXx Return Of Xander Cage (2017)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XXx:_R...of_Xander_Cage

    Who greenlit this waste of time junk???

    The only good part of this farce is the record shop girl from Mission Impossible Rogue Nation getting out of the swimming pool.















    0/5 for the movie

    5/5 for the scene of the record shop girl in a swimsuit

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    The Omen (1976) Uncut

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075005/



    This movie and also The Boys From Brazil (1978), 2 films I saw during that time in the 1970's when I was still a kid, are the reasons I won't have any dogs especially rotweillers and doberman pinchers.

    After over 40 years, this movie still has the power to shock and scare without needing to resort to gross bloody gore found in today's so called horror porn.

    5/5


    Damien: Omen II (1978)



    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077394/

    Not as good as the first film.

    By the time this sequel was released, it has lost the freshness and discovery of the first film. We all already know Damien is the Anti Christ.

    Still the strong acting by a great cast including William Holden, Lee Grant, Robert Foxworth, Nicholas Pryor, Jonathan Scott-Taylor as Damien, and a young Lance Henriksen, all working off a well written script, makes up for its lack of scares and tension and chills and thrills that made the first film great.

    4/5

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    The Final Conflict (1981) aka Omen III

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082377/



    Even a young Sam Neill's (the man who will later save a couple of annoying disobedient rugrats from the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park) fine acting as Damien couldn't save this kookie sequel to the first two Omen films.



    I remember going to see this film with my brother and my Dad on the Friday it was released in 1981.

    The box office cashier told us the movie print didn't get delivered so we ended up watching a very forgettable movie named Cutter's Way.

    My viewing of this film earlier tonight is also my first viewing ever of it. I can see we didn't miss much that Friday in 1981. This movie is also very forgettable!!

    2.5/5

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