True Lies
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True Lies Review

I don’t know if this is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s best action movie, but I believe it may be my personal favorite. This is a good example of a very smart dumb movie. Arnold plays an American version of James Bond by night, and a normal loving boring husband by day, to his wife played by the… Continue reading True Lies Review

Con Air
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Con Air Review

A man (Nicolas Cage) catching a plane ride home from a four year stint in prison after accidentally killing the men who tried to attack his pregnant wife finds himself on board a plane full of lifers/death row convicts who take over the plane in an elaborate attempt to gain their freedom. This movie is… Continue reading Con Air Review

A Time to Kill
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A Time To Kill Review

Courtroom dramas are a genre of movie I have to be in the right mood for, as they, like court cases themselves tend to drag excessively. This movie does suffer from that fate, but it is redeemed by strong performances from many fine lead actors. The story involves a black man named Carl Lee Hailey… Continue reading A Time To Kill Review

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Demolition Man Review

John Spartan (Stallone) is the “Demolition Man” a Dirty Harry styled bad ass cop in the late 20th century. When a mission goes awry and he is wrongly blamed for the deaths of several innocent civilians, he is sentenced to be cryogenically frozen (as this is the chief form of punishment in this movie’s timeline)… Continue reading Demolition Man Review

3,000 Miles to Graceland
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3,000 Miles to Graceland Review

This movie, while both a critical and box office failure, is to me a good hidden gem example of a fun “garbage movie”. Take the preposterous plot that involves a large group of Elvis impersonators robbing a Vegas casino and then wind up turning on each other (have mercy!) leaving the two alpha males to… Continue reading 3,000 Miles to Graceland Review

The Man Who Knew Too Much
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The Man Who Knew Too Much Review

Dr. Ben McKenna, (James Stewart) goes on holiday with his wife (Doris Day) and son in Morocco where they bump into a couple of strangers who will forever alter the course of their lives. The stranger winds up dead, and when they attempt to report his death they wind up mixed up in an assassination… Continue reading The Man Who Knew Too Much Review

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Road To Paloma Review

First things first, fans of current day WWE will not be able to watch this movie without mistaking Jason Momoa for wrestler Roman Reigns. In fact there have been reports that when WWE showed the advertisement for this film during their live events, that many in the crowd assumed it was Reigns as well in… Continue reading Road To Paloma Review

Night of the Hunter
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Night of the Hunter Review

It isn’t easy being a widow. Willa Harper (Shelley Winters) finds that out the hard way when her good intentioned husband Ben (Peter Graves) finds himself hanging from the gallows after robbing a local bank. The movie is set during the depression, and bank robbing at the time was about the noblest form of outlawry… Continue reading Night of the Hunter Review