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Takers 2010

Takers 2010

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

A seasoned team of bank robbers, including Gordon Jennings (Idris Elba), John Rahway (Paul Walker), A.J. (Hayden Christensen), and brothers Jake (Michael Ealy) and Jesse (Chris Brown) Attica successfully complete their latest heist and lead a life of luxury while planning their next job. When Ghost (Tip T.I. Harris), a former member of their team, is released from prison he convinces the group to strike an armored car carrying $20 million. As the "takers" carefully plot their strategy and draw ...

Sleepless

Sleepless

Sleepless    13 Jan 2017

R 95 minReleased

5.5
IMDB: 5.5/10 2,175 votes

The aching downside of seeing a truly sensational foreign-language film is the thudding realization that a sloppy American remake is inevitable. In the spring of 2012, I reviewed the French action-thriller Sleepless Night with unrestrained enthusiasm, calling it a film that “elevates the action genre to mind-bending and intoxicating territory with a fast-paced plot that’s peopled with intriguing characters, clever reversals, and above all relentless action.” With only vague but happy memories of this movie, I sat down to see ...

Get Hard

Get Hard

Get Hard    27 Mar 2015

R 100 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 93,429 votes

It's tempting to view Get Hard as the passing of a baton. Yes, Will Ferrell is 47 and hasn't been starring in many movies lately,unlike Kevin Hart, who is only 35. But comedy doesn't have succession plans and there's enough room for actors of slightly different generations to enjoy hits and endure misses. Likely the latter, this film is, more than anything else, an old-fashioned buddy comedy. If you thought that Ferrell and Adam McKay had gotten disgust with financial industry corruption ...

American Gangster

American Gangster

American Gangster    02 Nov 2007

R 157 minReleased

7.8
IMDB: 7.8/10 334,605 votes

American Gangster is a modern crime classic; it rightly stands alongside The Godfather and Goodfellas as one of the most brutal, uncompromising, flat-out-brilliant portrayals of crime in America ever put to the screen. Magnetic leading performances anchor this terrific ensemble: Ridley Scott has crafted a brilliant film here. Riveting, superbly produced adaption of a true-life story, based around Harlem Drug King and gangster Frank Lucas, and an honest cop looking to bring him down. American Gangster is a tour-de-force film from ...

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping    03 Jun 2016

R 87 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 29,336 votes

Maybe I'm still recovering from the trauma of Netflixing the Adam Sandler movie "The Do-Over," but I honestly enjoyed a lot of "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping," a steadily funny mockumentary from the Lonely Island triad of Jorma Taccone (co-director, co-writer, co-star), Akiva Schaffer (same) and Andy Samberg (co-writer and star). Eleven years ago, the trio's digital short "Lazy Sunday" aired on "Saturday Night Live." It was a great moment, arriving at a time when "SNL" didn't have many. Everything about ...

Identity Thief

Identity Thief

Identity Thief    08 Feb 2013

R 111 minReleased

5.7
IMDB: 5.7/10 101,810 votes

Director Seth Gordon has thus far had a pretty successful career, working on movies like Horrible Bosses, and episodes of Community, Modern Family and Parks and Recreation. Unfortunately, his latest road trip comedy Identity Thief doesn't pack nearly the same punch, in spite of its competent stars Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy. The story centers on Denver-based accounts rep Sandy Bigelow Patterson (Bateman), who, after being duped out of a bonus check from his vile boss (Jon Favreau), decides to quit ...

Ant-Man

Ant-Man

Ant-Man    17 Jul 2015

PG-13 117 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 358,276 votes

I remember talking to a friend in what would now be considered the early days of Marvel’s movie empire, and appreciating how clever the studio had been in grounding even the most ridiculous concepts. We were living in the era of gritty superheroes, I argued, and there was no way to buy into the idea of a buff outer space god and his magic hammer unless the movie was couched in some sort of pseudo-science. Thor, Iron Man, and other ...