How this one made it into "Sports Films March" I have no idea; all of the other films at least loosely tied into a sport. At any rate, this week we bring you a review of The Rover. Starring Guy Pearce and Edward (or was maybe it was Jacob - I've never seen crappy Twilight), The Rover is a brutal dive into the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Also, may I suggest skipping right ahead to the 17:00 minute mark. You will not be disappointed. 

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We're gonna keep this string of Bruce Willy movies going this week, with Unbreakable. Alongside Bruce Willy, Sam Jackson stars in this "Almost A Super Hero Origin Story." Check out this episode to get the low down, or the down low, whichever you prefer. 

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We have triumphantly returned this week with a brand new episode! This week we're breaking down the slightly miscombobulated Kevin Smith flick, Cop Out. Starring Bruce Willy and Tracy Morgan, this buddy-cop comedy will leave you either loving or hating it (or somewhere in the middle; who am I to tell someone how they're going to be feeling?). Anyways, check out this episode to get the full scoop in this Bruce Willy moopie. 

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Apparently The Last Boy Scout isn't about camping and tying knots. Nonetheless, we are here with a fresh new review of this 90s (I'll be honest again, I didn't check when this movie was made, so here is to hoping it was the 90s) action-sports flick. Starring Bruce Willis and Don Cheadle (Damon Wayans) and coming from writer Shane Black, this film is entrenched deeply into the action genre. Check out this episode to get our thoughts!

Also, as a reminder we are halfway through our month of sports films for the month of March! If you have a sports movie you would like to have us review, submit it on our home page at nothingbutreelreviews.com. Additionally, during the month of April we will be doing action flicks! Submit one today to get yours reviewed!

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Throwback!!! We're taking you back to review one of our personal favorite sports films, Happy Gilmore! Hockey 'player' turned golf 'pro' is a recipe for success during this film; Bob Barker's fists tend to agree. Anyways, check out this episode as we break down a film in which Adam Sandler actually tried. Moral of the story: listen to our show.

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If we talk about great sports films, I think everyone on planet Earth can agree that The Sandlot is towards the top of that list! This week we bring you a review of the masterpiece that brought us all joy when we were younger! Join us as we dig into this over-the-top flick, and continue our month long excursion of Sports(ish) film reviews!

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Who says guarding the galaxy isn't a sport? Not us! It's finally here! A month full of sport(ish) movies! We're kicking it off with the loosest tie-in, that turns out not to be a tie-in at all, with Guardians Of The Galaxy! Who doesn't love a great superhero movie that gets it right? Speaking of which, check out our website for the winners of the Badass Awards!

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Who would've thought that a night after the Oscar's we would be reviewing this poopfest? At any rate, we bring you Eden Lake, a horror movie that was still less cringe-worthy than the final moments of last night's event! Talk about a big oops - Am I right? Anyways, check out this Fassbender flick and listen to this episode of NBRR&M!

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If I could type so you knew that I was singing, I would. That must mean we're doing a musical! Today we bring you a review of Les Miserables, a film in which every line is sung. EVERY LINE. Starring Hugh Jackman, Russel Crowe, and Anne Halftheway, Les Miserables brings to life an oddly-English, yet still french, story. I said that weird, but hopefully you get it. Check out the episode to get our full thoughts on this flick!

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It's been a while since we've reviewed a movie released recently... until now! We bring you an excellent episode on War On Everyone! The film, which stars Michael Pena and Alexander Skarsgard, features to badass dirty cops who do more damage to the law than abide by it. Since this film is written and directed by the brother of writer/director of two of our favorites (In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths), it definitely piqued our interest! Check out this episode to find out what we thought of War On Everyone. 

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