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Slushie Review

Keith Anderson/Chris Richards
Film ReviewsComedyTV & Film

Drinking Slushies, Reviewing Movies and Having Fun! Join Keith and Chris review some of your favorite movies and drink slushies AND have a damn good time!


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Let's finish the Golden Mile and get to The World's End! Tap in and listen! . Timeline: Intro 00:00 Cast 06:21 Plot 13:05 Likes 16:43 Dislikes 1:05:46 Slushie Meter 1:06:09 Closing 1:10:10 . Follow us on Twitter @SlushieReview Follow us on Instagram ... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 4 ratings
  • not quite a style I like

    Disclaimer here: I would not normally ever, EVER pick up this book on my own. I'm only reading it because it's on my MA reading list.First up: UGH PUNCTUATION. I hate this no-quotation-marks style. Hated it when Cormac McCarthy used it, hate it now. I know it's a stylistic thing, but... well, I guess I'll just say it's not a style I like.Normal People is a story of abuse. It's the story of Marianne who goes from terrible relationship to terrible relationship and allows herself to be abused becau... more

    United Statesa year ago
  • A book written to be turned into Instagram quotes

    Did not enjoy. Do not recommend. Lots of it makes no sense but sounds “inspirational”. Complete drudgery. I’d love to hear you argue this with me because I genuinely do not understand the hype at all.

    Rosemary Mac Cabe
    United States2 years ago
  • Complete claptrap

    This story of a six-year-old child left to fend for herself in a Carolina swamp when her stereotype swamp-trash likker-sluggin' pa finally doesn't come home again (we're not told why - hopefully an alligator ate him), is an exercise in cliches. We are asked to believe that this beautiful (natch), sensitive, artistic blah blah little girl raises herself from barefoot illiteracy to womanhood and published fame as a naturalist, with three self-illustrated books on marshland flora and fauna. She is ... more

    United States3 years ago
  • You'll NEVER Want To Leave

    I read a lot. Sometimes folks refer a title to me ... sometimes I don't ALWAYS 'adjust' to the referring individuals taste. My niece recommended this title and said, "It's not so much the story line ... even though that's VERY good ... but, the WRITING style. After the first pages, I was HOOKED. Love Ms. Owen's style. Descriptive, picturesque speech.

    Diane Parker
    United States3 years ago
  • Really? Not a thumbs up from me.

    Can't read, no school, starved and all alone but learns to read and then studies Einstein, really? Left all alone her whole life but the towns 2 most eligible bachelors fall for her, a good guy and a bad boy, really? I'm definitely in the minority.

    Joy of Reading
    United States3 years ago

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