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My All American

My All American

My All-American    13 Nov 2015

PG 118 minReleased

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 3,333 votes

My All American's plot is one you can see coming from a mile away. Ten miles away. But that doesn't stop it from hitting the right emotional cords that all good sports movies do. The acting is the films strongest attribute; Aaron Eckhart and Finn Wittrock carry the film, especially Wittrock. After this and his role on last season's American Horror Story, he'll most definitely find more roles in the near future. And like I said, the plot is predictable ...

Battle: Los Angeles

Battle: Los Angeles

Battle Los Angeles    11 Mar 2011

PG-13 116 minReleased

5.8
IMDB: 5.8/10 158,249 votes

War is hell. And so is alien invasion. That’s the long and short of “Battle: Los Angeles,” a distillation of grunts’ eye-view, war-movie cliches with nasty, insectlike extraterrestrials standing in for every enemy the Marines have ever faced. Yet “Battle: Los Angeles” builds enough suspenseful tension — especially in its first half — to take it out of contention for the worst L.A.-gets- leveled splatter-rama to make it to the big screen. “2012” and “Independence Day” are still duking it out for ...

Olympus Has Fallen

Olympus Has Fallen

Olympus Has Fallen    22 Mar 2013

R 119 minReleased

6.5
IMDB: 6.5/10 212,901 votes

There's irony to be discovered within the recognition that the most effective Die Exhausting to be launched in 2013 is not the franchise's official entry, A Good Day to Die Exhausting, however the White Home-based copycat, Olympus Has Fallen. And, whereas Gerard Butler isn't any Bruce Willis, his Mike Banning is a greater facsimile of John McClane than the man Willis is pretending to play lately. There's additionally a component of 24 to be discovered right here, though Butler's Banning, ...

Incarnate

Incarnate

Incarnate    02 Dec 2016

PG-13 91 minReleased

5.2
IMDB: 5.2/10 4,854 votes

"Incarnate" stars Aaron Eckhart as a kind of exorcist who gets rid of demons, but doesn't even really believe in demons. (More on that shit soon enough) In this movie, Eckhart's character is tasked in exorcising an 11 year old boy and in doing so, he does it in his own special way, that of going into the victim's mind and purging the demon out of their subconscious. So basically, this movie is a mix of "Inception" and "The Exorcist", ...

Bleed for This 2016

Bleed for This 2016

Bleed for This    18 Nov 2016

R 117 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 6,362 votes

To understand the queasiness at the heart of Bleed for This, it's worth starting with its final scene. Like Creed, Ben Younger's film ends not with the usual rah-rah triumph (that occurs one scene earlier), but with a quieter, more reflective epilogue. In this case, it's an interview that middleweight boxer Vinny Pazienza (Miles Teller) gives to a reporter in which he's asked about the biggest lie he was told throughout his astonishing recovery process after a debilitating car accident. ...

Sully

Sully

Sully    09 Sep 2016

PG-13 96 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 121,540 votes

On January 15, 2009, flight 1549 from Laguardia Airport in New York to Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina was hit by a flock of birds midair, causing a double engine fail. Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger was forced to land the plane carrying 155 people into the frigid water of the Hudson River. Sully, directed by Clint Eastwood, depicts not only the crash itself but the aftermath of the crash. Eastwood analyzes the perspective of Captain Sully as he ...

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The Dark Knight    18 Jul 2008

PG-13 152 minReleased

9.0
IMDB: 9.0/10 1,754,213 votes

Anyone who pays attention to such things knows that, in the early 1990s, the Batman comic-book series featured a storyline with a super-villain — actually, steroid-enhanced — named Bane, who broke Batman’s back, turning him into a paraplegic (until he was eventually healed by paranormal means). None of which will mean anything to the target audience of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, an audience too young to have been born, let alone old enough to read (or willing to read, ...