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Imagine trying to make an idiot out of a transgender man, and among other things, having him say he hates feminism.
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A seasoned scamster faces competition from an undisciplined upstart. It’s a story that’s been told often, and far better.
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The premise is simple: John Wick must not die.
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The only time police are shown as harbingers of justice and possessors of top-notch investigative acumen is when the hero plays a cop.