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Frankly My DearÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Frankly My DearHarry Brown lets Michael Caine show us his action-hero side one more time in a film that Charles Bronson would have been proud to call his own. This British Death Wish (opening Friday at the Regal Winter Park 20) is about a lonely pensioner (Caine)...
The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel“The Magnificent Seven” came out in 1960, and AMC will salute the Western's 50th anniversary with a showing at 8 p.m. Saturday. This hugely entertaining remake of “Seven Samurai” features Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach,...
Turn It UpVideo by Kevin Pang Day 2 of Lollapalooza in Grant Park is in the books. Hereâs how it went down Saturday with reports from Bob Gendron (BG), Andy Downing (AD) and yours truly, Greg Kot (GK). 11:22 a.m. New Orleans'......
NewsdayIn "Death Sentence," Kevin Bacon descends to the throne left vacant by the late Charles Bronson, that of a law-abiding worker bee turned one-man killing machine bent on avenging his family. Based on Brian Garfield's novel of the same name (itself a...
Tags: Entertainment, John Goodman, Movies, Family, Kevin Bacon
Zap2It.comApart from one urban cliffhanger set in a parking garage -- it should have an afterlife as an action sequence long after the rest of this sorry celluloid has turned to soup -- the grandiose, grimly silly revenge thriller "Death Sentence" will mostly...
Tags: Entertainment, John Goodman, Sports, Movies, Family
Zap2It.comAction impresario Joel Silver is set to produce a remake of "The Dirty Dozen" for Warner Bros. According to Variety, the new "Dozen" will be financed through Warners and Village Roadshow Pictures with Silver producing along with Susan Downey. Scott...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 30, 1997 The most disheartening line in "187" is its last, written in bold type across the screen just before the credits roll: "A teacher wrote this movie." It's enough to make you weep, and not just because it's painful to think...
The White House being destroyed by an alien spaceship was the so-called "money shot" of "Independence Day," the image largely credited with launching the 1995 movie into the box-office stratosphere. Now that we've been exposed to day after day and camera...
Tags: Movies, Family, Film Festivals, Robert De Niro, George W. Bush
1. AIR FORCE (Howard Hawks; 1943) 4 stars The single most nerve-racking of all WWII movie flights is probably the voyage of the crew of the Boeing B-17 bomber Mary Ann on Dec. 7, 1941, in Howard Hawks' ace flagwaver. We're rarely off the plane; we...
Tags: John Ford, Ralph Meeker, Lee Marvin, Robert Aldrich, Jim Brown
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