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At a certain point in Pig, Nicolas Cage's character tells a chef at an ultra-fancy nightmare of a restaurant that, "You only get so many things to care about."...
Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson in Jungle Cruise

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I remember when I first heard that Disney was going to make a movie based on a ride and thinking it was as idiotic an idea as bizarre money...

The Boss Baby: Family Business Review – Perhaps More Than Enough Of A Mediocre...

There is much about the Boss Baby franchise that eludes me entirely, but that certainly doesn't mean that the first film didn't cash in enough to warrant more than...

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