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Pacific Rim:The Best Transformers Film That Michael Bay Could Never Make

Pacific Rim:The Best Transformers Film That Michael Bay Could Never Make

Pacific Rim is a much more nuanced and layered movie than your typical robo slugfest. Malice Intended explains why you should see it. [...]

Movie Review: Man of Steel

Movie Review: Man of Steel

Superman's story gets one more try with the release of Man of Steel. Does it fly? [...]

Movie Review: Fast & Furious 6

Movie Review: Fast & Furious 6

Fast & Furious 6 is full of girls, guns and OG's. And you'll love it. [...]

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

By Malice Intended Starfleet’s day of reckoning is at hand.  A terrorist attack has them on high alert.  The threat of war has allowed Captain James Tiberius Kirk a stay of execution.  His repeated lack of [...]

Movie Review: Iron Man 3

Movie Review: Iron Man 3

Tony Stark returns minus the Avengers in the first blockbuster of 2013, Iron Man 3 [...]

Django Unchained Has Renewed The House Negro Vs. Field Negro Conflict

Django Unchained Has Renewed The House Negro Vs. Field Negro Conflict

By Malice Intended Officially, there is no caste system in America.  Those who occupy the middle and lower classes of this great nation know better.  Class warfare is as American as apple pie, baseball, and racism.  [...]

Gangsta Music: Criminals Become Gangsta Rappers

Gangsta Music: Criminals Become Gangsta Rappers

The 1990's blurred the line between gangsters and gangsta rappers. We examine. [...]

Gangster Music: The Rise Of West Coast Gangsta Rap

Gangster Music: The Rise Of West Coast Gangsta Rap

The late 80s brought a huge shift in rap music towards West Coast gangsta rap. We examine [...]

Gangster Music: Sins of the Father Part 3

Gangster Music: Sins of the Father Part 3

The seeds of modern gangster music were sown long ago. We trace that path. [...]

Gangsta Music: Sins of the Father Part 2

Gangsta Music: Sins of the Father Part 2

Planet Ill chases the violent underpinnings of gangsta music from rap's beginnings all the way to the modern era. [...]