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Watch Pacific Rim Online So you may be wondering why I gave this movie four stars? Well, the answer is simple, it is because it is so much fun. The fight scenes are enjoyable, and fun to watch, the training scenes are all enjoyable, and it is nice to see a Bruce Lee ghost, which I think is pretty original, be trained by the ghost of a martial arts movie star. I mean that is an awesome idea in itself. On a side note, although JCVD is plastered all over DVD covers, posters etc, his role in the movie is pretty minimal, and his lines are basically non-existent, however his actions do the talking in this movie!Watch Red 2 Online

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Watch Monsters University Online I enjoyed the soundtrack, which is a typpical 80's soundtrack, along the lines of Bloodsport, Commando, Highlander etc, where the music seems completely over the top for movie, but what the heck, it is the 80s.Watch This Is The End Online
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