“R.I.P.D,” or ‘Rest In Peace Department’ stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges, though why does it feel as if this film is sneaking in under the radar? The trailer plays like “Men In Black,” except with – I assume – a much, much smaller budget and various varieties of the undead, instead of aliens. It’s […]
One of the many things that Gavin Hood’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” got wrong was Deadpool, the anti-hero from the X-Men comics, because they turned him to a silent assassin-type, as opposed to the raging arsehole assassin-type that was in the comics. In that film Deadpool was played by Ryan Reynolds, which is interesting because Reynolds […]
Let me start by saying that Ryan Reynolds seems to be an affable, charismatic actor, whom I enjoyed watching in films like 2005’s “Just Friends” or the more recent “Safe House.” Heck, he even was interesting in last year’s “Green Lantern.” The problem is that I am not entirely sure that Reynolds can headline a […]
“Frost is a man on fire, and God help anyone who gets in his way.” Denzel Washington has to be one of the most versatile leading men in Hollywood. In fact, I can recall no other actor in recent memory who’s so effortlessly able to move from corrupt–as Det. Alonzo Harris in “Training Day,” […]
I don’t generally think of Denzel Washington as playing dangerous characters because there’s something very reassuring about him. “Comforting” isn’t quite the word that I would use to describe this feeling, though you trust him. Which is probably why he oftentimes plays against type, such as his roles in “Man On Fire” and “Training Day.” […]
This review of “Green Lantern” contains a videoclip that could be considered as a spoiler. If you want to go into the film with as little knowledge as possible, please do not watch. Anyone that says or implies that “Green Lantern” is worst film of the summer–so far–isn’t being entirely honest. To be the best […]
I hope Deadpool does well for Ryan Reynolds, because it looks like Green Lantern may not be the breakout hit Warner Brothers expect it to be. Why do I say this?