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Gone are the days when DeNiro appearing in a film meant it was probably worth your time, yet Heist proves that he's still enough of a draw to get schlock like this theatrical distribution.
The Salvation is not the art house neo-Western you may expect it to be, but more your basic bloody revenge story that offers up many of the thrills of grindhouse-era genre flicks.
By the already low standards that a Red Dawn remake would have, it's not very good, but not as flat out awful as one would secretly suspect. It's stupid, has a small handful of good action scenes, is unevenly acted, and is still pretty xenophobic despite it being more ridiculous this time out.
While not exactly full of new surprises for fans of the exorcism sub-genre, The Possession does offer dutiful, well crafted scares and an interesting change in religions.
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Right from the get-go, The Losers makes damn sure to tell the audience that they’re watching a really cool movie. The movie has it all: shaky hand-held camera work, freeze frames, jump cuts and the requisite “group walking towards the camera in slow motion” scene—reassuring the audience that they are indeed watching an awesome film. […]
The first trailer for the big screen adaptation of Andy Diggle’s comic book The Losers has hit the web. The film, like the comic book, centres on a CIA anti-terrorism team who are betrayed by their handler and left for dead. The group of agents decide to take out everyone responsible for selling them out, […]
Jason Patric has signed for the role of Max, the main villain in the upcoming comic adaptation of Andy Diggle‘s The Losers. The Vertigo Comics title deals with a CIA special forces team working hard to combat terrorism. The hook being that the team is betrayed by their handler, Max (Patric), and left for dead. […]