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Chris Cooper

The Kingdom 2007

The Kingdom 2007

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

I had the opportunity to attend an advanced screening of The Kingdom and loved it. The film is violent and rather graphic so if you have a weak stomach you might want to pass. Considering the subject matter, I was actually surprised how many times I laughed out loud. The dialogue was very natural, the acting was excellent, and the plot was engaging. Some people have complained that the story starts slow, but I disagree. The film builds to a ...

Cars 3 2017

Cars 3 2017

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

In Pixar’s esteemed lineage, the Cars movies are curious oddities. Old-fashioned in its morals and perplexing in its automobiles-living-and-acting-as-humans mythology, the brainchild of Pixar’s head honcho/gearhead/Hawaiian shirt enthusiast John Lasseter is, comparatively, the animation company stuck in second gear. They’re not necessarily bad films (though there are many people who’ll readily denounce Cars 2); they’re just not up to speed with Pixar’s other, better movies, many of which are modern classics. They’re fast-paced, well-animated and almost instantly forgettable — unless, ...

The Muppets

The Muppets

The Muppets    23 Nov 2011

PG 103 minReleased

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 77,043 votes

Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Animal, Fozzie Bear and the other Muppets haven't been onscreen in ages. Their creator, Jim Henson, died in 1990. And Frank Oz, the immortal voice of Piggy and Fozzie, declined to participate. So the challenge Disney has with The Muppets is to show a new generation what the fuss was all about. Slam-dunk. Jason Segel, the full-frontal star of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, co-wrote the script with Get Him to the Greek's Nicholas Stoller. And that's ...

Demolition

Demolition

Demolition    08 Apr 2016

R 101 minReleased

7.0
IMDB: 7.0/10 55,064 votes

There are endless canards about how grief dissolves all human rationality, and no small number of real-life examples of apparently inexplicable behavior to back it up. (Here’s a random news story to this effect which came up after a Google News search for “grieving man.”) For all that movie-watchers may grumble about logic in ill-defined scripts, the “truth is stranger than fiction” defense technically could defend almost any unmotivated action a character may take. Anyone can be weird, stupid, or ...