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New Bootlegged GradingMovies & Music have gotten so bad and redundant that we're adding grades and it won't be pretty. Let's not get things confused as grades are not always reflective of blades. All reviews will have these grades so things will get interesting. Here's a quick rundown of what the grades will be.
A is for Awesome. If the movie is on point it will get the top grade. From what we've seen so far most films & albums will never see this.
B is for Beware of a potentially bad film or album. Some of these type films & albums are becoming novelties and some have become classics. Regardless, the Suck-Ass Level can go either way.
C is for Crazy or Crappy that this film/album got made. For those films/albums that weren't B material they get the C stamp. These films are so horrible that even the actors/artists don't believe the scripts they read or the lyrics they sing.
WTF is for What The Fuck were you thinking? This is for the worst films/albums ever made, the shock that they were made, and the shock that someone asked for money from viewers/listeners. It's the grade that will be used when even the reviewer is questioning their own sanity for viewing the Crap Fest on Screen or burned to a disc.
These grades could get switched around without notice. You may even be shocked by some of the grades handed out or perhaps you'll totally agree. Either way, here goes!
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
2011/03/18 | 10:08 am
Kicking off this new segment for Bootlegged Reviews is the song Ah, Yeah! submitted by the indie artist, Flawless. This pop/dance single that has what it takes to get a party started and has a professional feel that many Indie projects lack. Coming from Queens, New York, Flawless shines on this track. Formerly signed to
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Rapper Nate Dogg, an R&B/Hip Hop Legend, passed away March 16th. Known for his smooth voice on Rap & Hip Hop tracks, Nate Dogg entered the lime light in the 90s as a top rated artist. This legend was not simply a collaboration artists, but he released his own albums was nominated for numerous
British import, Pete Postlethwaite, passed away Sunday, January 2nd. He was known for his memorable roles in films like “The Usual Suspects,” “Alien 3,” “The Omen” (remake), “The Town,” “Clash of the Titans” (remake) and
Legendary soul singer Teena Marie died December 26 at the age of 54 of natural causes. She’s best known for her duet with Rick James on Fire & Desire. Her love for
Legendary comedian turned actor, Leslie Neielsen, died on November 28 in Florida surrounded by family. The Canadian actor was one of the good things to come
Manute Bol died on June 19 from severe kidney problems & complications of a rare skin disorder called the Stevens-Johnson syndrome. He was an extraordinary at 7’6″
Benjamin Hooks was a former executive director of the NCAAP & civil rights
Dead at 48 from a brain aneurysm, David Mills was the Emmy winning TV writer for “Homicide,” HBO’s series “The Wire,”
Dino De Laurentiis, the Academy Award-winning film producer of “Serpico”
Gregory Isaacs, the Jamaican reggae singer whose smooth style earned him the nickname “Cool Ruler” and “Lonely Lover” died from lung
The world has Guccione to thank for the historical epic film-cum-hardcore porn flick, Caligula that was made in 1976. That film included Peter O’Toole, Malcolm McDowell, John Gielgud, and Helen Mirren. he was just one of the
Barbara Billingsley played June Cleaver in the 1950s – 1960s television series “Leave It To Beaver”
Tom Bosley, better known as the patient, understanding father on television’s long-running “Happy Days,” died
Solomon Burke is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member the “King of Rock and Soul,” died Oct. 10, 2010 at the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport while on a plane from
On September 30 Stephen J. Cannell died, the voracious writer-producer of dozens
Tony Curtis grew from a 1950s movie heartthrob into a respected actor. Through determination he was in many films including “Sweet Smell of Success,” “The Defiant Ones” and the classic “Some Like It Hot.” The Oscar-nominee
The retired lawyer turned comedian, Greg Giraldo, known for his work on programs such as Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil, reportedly died from a prescription pill overdose
At just 23-years-old, Denver Broncos’ wide receiver, Kenny McKinley, was found dead September 20, 2010, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was found
Always remembered as the adorable child who was adopted by a rich White man along with his brother Willis and who regularly uttered the phrase “What you talkin’ about Willis?” with
Singer Lena Horne, broke racial barriers as a Hollywood and Broadway star. She was famous for her velvety rendition of “Stormy Weather” and died on May 9 at age 92. She was a guest on a multiple of shows including “Sesame Street,” “The Muppet Show,” “The Cosby Show,”
Dorothy Irene Height, longtime president of the National Council of Negro Women