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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelIn “Machete,” blades flash and body parts are sliced. Heads roll. And hands, torsos, legs and other limbs. Robert DeNiro drawls, wears a cowboy hat and guns down illegal immigrants with a hunting rifle. Steven Seagal is a Mexican drug lord...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelDwayne Johnson is a man of few words and many bullets in “Faster,” an action film designed to re-invent the kid-friendly ex-wrestler as one bad mutha and relaunch the stumbling CBS Films by finding one genre the company can get right. It fails...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelTony Gilroy (“Michael Clayton”) has been set to take over Universal's Jason Bourne action franchise. But Matt Damon's loyalty and self-preservation instincts tell him that if the great Paul Greengrass is not doing it, he's out of Bourne, too....
In the space of just a few weeks, we have movies starring Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson and John Travolta. It's like the early '90s all over again. Nostalgia is on Travolta's mind, too. In "From Paris with Love," he plays a violent but chatty CIA agent who,...
The WatcherTV critics spend a lot of time blathering on about characters, and I'd say we're generally in favor of characters who are rich, nuanced and full of subtle shadings and even contradictions. But character depth isn't always necessary when it comes to...
Sentinel movie criticAll release dates are subject to change. "Limited" means limited markets for that date -- i.e. not Central Florida -- wider release dates also included where known. Oct. 9 Couples Retreat (Universal) Vince Vaughn, Malin Akerman, Kristen Bell, Faizon...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelOliver Stone is one of those people in film that you always grab the chance to talk to. Agree or disagree with his politics, the angle of attack of his films, he's a fascinating brain to pick and one of the undisputed masters of his trade. I put him right...
Absolute Power (1997) Clint Eastwood stars as the sensitive thief who can save the entire American political system from complete corruption. Too bad he wasn't around during the Reagan administration. Eastwood discovers presidential corruption during...
Tribune movie critic1 star (out of four) "Shoot 'Em Up" feels like the end of the line, a cackle of jokey desperation that morphs very quickly into the sound of gurgling blood. The superhumanly cool Clive Owen portrays our implacable hero. When he rams a carrot through...
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Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticWas a time, a very brief time, when Jean-Claude Van Damme was cool. That moment came in 1993 when his Cajun kick-em-up Hard Target came out, and Van Damme, "the muscles from Brussels," introduced American audiences to the great Hong Kong action director...
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