With minicamps in the book and some six weeks before the start of training camp, Ravens tackle Michael Oher decided to enjoy his time off at the movies. Unfortunately, he decided to see The Purge, which RottenTomatoes.com describes as "Half social allegory, half home-invasion thriller, attempt(ing) to use thriller formula to make an intelligent point -- but ultimately only ends up sinking in numbing violence and tired clichés."
Oher, presumably still sitting in the theater when he offered his review, needed just 110 characters to convey the same point.
In case you're wondering, The Purge earned a 37 percent on the Tomatometer, which, frankly, sounds too high.
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