Hancock (2008) 07/09/2008
This movie was not quite what I expected. I thought it was going to be an action-comedy. Don't get me wrong, there is action, and there is comedy. It's Will Smith, folks, you almost can't have him in a movie without action and comedy. However, there wasn't nearly as much as I thought there would be, and there was more than just a touch of drama.
Will Smith gives a dramatic performance in this comedy-marketed film. Jason Bateman and Charlize Theron are a happily married family. Will Hancock, a one-of-a-kind superhero, bring them closer together or tear them apart?
Tommy Boy (1995) 07/06/2008
Chris Farley and David Spade take you on an adventure to save the Callahan Family business after Thomas 'Big Tom' Callahan dies of a heart attack. Farley and Spade are unaware of evil doers attempting to sell the company, Big Tom's new wife, Bo Derek, and her so called son. Dan Akroyd gives his performance as Ray Zalinksky, the competition in the brake business.
Breach (2007) 07/06/2008
Eric O'niell, Ryan Phillipe, is working for the FBI and looking for a big break to be an agent. He is set to work under Robert Hanssen, Chris Cooper, as a clerk but really is investigating Hanssen for inappropriate sexual behavior. Little did he know he was in the middle of the biggest security breach in FBI history. O'Niell questions whether or not this is what he wants.
Lolita (1997) 07/02/2008
When Humbert Humbert first sees 12 year old Lolita, he can't control himself and soon he's caught in her manipulative grasp.
The Devil's Own (1997) 06/20/2008
Starring Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford. Brad Pitt, an Irish criminal, goes to America to deal weapons. He stays with a cop, Harrison Ford, and lives in the family's basement. While getting close to the family, he also brings danger to Ford's home. Pitt must decide to give in to his new friend or make a run for it. The acting is well done and the plot is interesting.
Unbreakable (2000) 06/18/2008
I always thought that Bruce Willis was an okay actor. He always seemed the same in all of his movies. Until M. Night Shyamalan cast him in The Sixth Sense, that is. I considered him decent. Since Night used him for Unbreakable, I think he is brilliant. His role is powerful, and his character is strong. The movie alone is very slow, but it's what makes room for the characters to be so strong. This film is about a realistic superhero. Samuel L. Jackson gave a great performance as well. This movie is a must-see.