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“Sausage Party” The DO NOT BRING YOUR KIDS animated film

Release Date: August 12, 2016 Running Time: 1 hour and 28 minutes Rating: R Grade: B Directed by: Conrad Vernon & Greg Tiernan WOW! I didn’t think I could be shocked anymore watching a movie. Going into this movie, I already had an idea. After watching the Red Band trailer, also knowing and the crew behind the movie “This is the End” created this, I was expecting an over the top adult comedy with a Disney twist. It’s a movie with walking, talking food, condiments and everything else that humans see or hear. Mostly takes place at Shopwell’s, the supermarket where …

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A Scrambled Omelet of Laughs “ANGRY BIRDS”

Greetings! From the World of Pigs Amidst the happy flightless birds on Bird Island, Red is an outcast due to his anger issues. He resides outside of the community on the beach. One day, Red is late for a party where he was hired to bring the cake dressed as a clown. When the bird who hired him declares that he will not pay for the tardy arrival, Red’s anger gets the best of him. Red is sentenced by Judge Peckinpah to attend Anger Management Classes that are led by Matilda who used to be an angry bird, but has …

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Happy Holidays from  The Angry Birds Movie!

In the 3D animated comedy, , we’ll finally find out why the birds are so angry. The movie takes us to an island populated entirely by happy, flightless birds – or almost entirely.  In this paradise, Red (, We’re the Millers, Horrible Bosses), a bird with a temper problem, speedy Chuck ( in his first animated role since Frozen), and the volatile Bomb (, This is the End, Eastbound and Down) have always been outsiders.  But when the island is visited by mysterious green piggies, it’s up to these unlikely outcasts to figure out what the pigs are up to. IN THEATRES MAY …

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MOVIE REVIEW: “The Interview”

Going to a movie on Christmas has become a tradition in America. This year, however, going to the movies on the 25th of December was more akin to seeing a fireworks display on 4th of July. Visiting theaters to watch “” was viewed by many as a show of patriotism and independence as well as an exercising of our rights as protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution. As anyone who hasn’t been under a rock for the last few weeks knows, the / comedy almost never hit the theater screens, or any other viewing medium for that matter. After it was revealed that a caricature of dictator  was to be ridiculed and targeted for assassination as …

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Nick Swardson – comedian

Event: Comedian  Venue:  Price: $41 Website: www.floridatheatre.com Box Office: (904) 355-5661 Nick Swardson may not be a household name, but he is certainly a household face. Swardson is the quintessential “Oh yeah, that guy,” turning up in a variety of comedy roles in cult TV classics like “Reno 911” and movies brought to you by industry titans such as Adam Sandler alike. Those familiar with the oddball musings of his everyman slacker stand-up style will most likely not be disappointed by Swardson’s latest “Taste It” tour. Though it is new material, it’s not as if he will suddenly be breaking …

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