Look, being middle aged is not all that easy, OK? You kids today with your iPods and your tramp stamps and your vajazzles and your Directions have no idea what...
A capable cast and just enough humour means this predictable comedy isn’t spellbinding but won’t leave you asking for your money back.
Bigelow’s astonishing new film Zero Dark Thirty takes vast, significant and often obfuscated events of America’s ‘war on terror’ as its subject, attempting to show in forensic detail and with...
McNairy and Mendelsohn are a couple of low-life hoodlums who raid a mob-run poker game headed by Liotta. Pitt plays the hard-ass hitman brought in to teach them a lesson.
Denzel Washington has a thing for hostage negotiation scenarios: see John Q and Inside Man. Director Tony Scott has a thing for vehicles.
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SYNOPSIS: The US President and UK Prime Minister fancy a war, but not everyone agrees – including US Army General (Gandolfini) and junior British minister Simon Foster (Hollander).