NIGHT HUNTER SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 DIRECTED BY: DAVID RAYMOND Official Synopsis: A weathered Lieutenant, his police force, and a local vigilante are all caught up in a dangerous scheme involving a recently arrested, troubled man who’s linked to years of female abductions and murders. Starring: Henry Cavill, Alexandra Daddario, Stanley Tucci, Brendan Fletcher, Minka Kelly, Nathan Fillion and Ben Kingsley Screenplay By: David Raymond … Read More New Trailer: Night Hunter — Official Trailer #1
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ENDER’S GAME BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLNOVEMBER 3, 2013 This review may act as a spoiler, so stop reading now if you wish to be completely surprised. Occasionally in working for the industry and passionately partaking in the marketing for feature films, there come causalities like “Ender’s Game,” which completely telegraph their ending. Ask anyone who actively avoids trailers and they’ll tell you that they give … Read More Quick Review: Ender’s Game (2013)
FIFTY DEAD MEN WALKING BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLNOVEMBER 3, 2013 Delving into a true-life story of an IRA infiltration, “Fifty Dead Men Walking” is well-acted and mostly engaging but does little to differentiate itself from any of the films in its genre. Unless this subject matter thoroughly interests you or unless you’re die-hard fans of Jim Sturgess or Ben Kingsley, chances are this film will … Read More Quick Review: Fifty Dead Men Walking (2009)
Release Date May 16, 2012 Director Larry Charles Screenplay Sacha Baron Cohen Alec Berg David Mandel Jeff Schaffer Distributed By Paramount Pictures Budget $65 million Comedy Rated R strong crude and sexual content, brief male nudity, language and some violent images 83 minutes The Dictator Sacha Baron Cohen continues to coin his own brand of comedy, yet why wasn’t I laughing? The Dictator takes … Read More Proof Review: The Dictator (2012)
Prince Of Persia takes all the major plot points from several of its Disney predecessors and combines them into a live action Arabian family feud film, with a hint of the metaphysical and mythological. Though well cast, the film falls short of a film such as 300 and rides the fine line between child’s film and adult action adventure.