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Taylor Kitsch

Savages 2012

Savages 2012

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

Oliver Stone returns to fine form with his latest example of pushing violence to excess in cinema with Savages, the film that Natural Born Killers might have been with a little restraint. Stone exhibits more control of a story that could very easily have run away from itself and of the violence depicted in it.   Savages tells the story of three lovers, but it’s not a love triangle. Ben and Chon are very successful marijuana growers in southern California. Ophelia, commonly ...

Battleship

Battleship

Battleship    18 May 2012

PG-13 131 minReleased

5.8
IMDB: 5.8/10 209,201 votes

Battleship,as you would probably guess, is a complete nightmare. Devoid of all logic, the film feels exactly like a mash-up composite of every alien invasion movie you’ve ever watched — only that’s too kind. A mash-up has its own art to it (see Girl Talk) whereas Battleship most clearly does not. This is what happens when “product” is made, with the goal of commerce coming far before dialogue, story, logic or any semblance of intelligence. This isn’t the hero we ...

John Carter

John Carter

John Carter    09 Mar 2012

PG-13 132 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 219,058 votes

In a planet far, far, away, a man jumps a hundred feet jump and frees a nation. It is my recommendation that when watching John Carter, the new science fiction/adventure flick, one lets go of genre fixations and concentrate on the movie at hand. There’s a chance they’ll enjoy it more. Now, I am not saying that one can absolutely go without some manner of comparison or labeling, chiefly because the original material by Tarzan-scribe Edgar Rice Burroughs (A Princess of Mars) ...

Lone Survivor

Lone Survivor

Lone Survivor    10 Jan 2014

R 121 minReleased

7.6
IMDB: 7.6/10 215,986 votes

We are awash in war films, and why is it that nonfiction films such as Dirty Wars or Iraq in Fragments increasingly resort to the dramatizing techniques of narrative film, while fiction films strain toward procedure, as if to avoid the sticky business of interpretation altogether? For the better part of its first hour, Lone Survivor — a fact-based procedural about four Navy SEALS dispatched to document the activities of a high-ranking Taliban operative in Afghanistan — rehearses preparation in obsessive ...