Dennis Quaid

Movie Review: Truth (2015)

Perhaps naming a motion picture Truth is opening the door to criticism over the real validity of its contents — more so when the film is based on true events and events that are still relevant in the public conscious, no less. But regardless of some of its debatable content, James Vanderbilt’s directorial debut admirably…

Movie Review: The Words (2012)

“At some point you have to choose between life and fiction. The two are very close, but they never actually touch.” These words of Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal apply as much to their directorial debut, The Words, as they do to the story within it. A touching drama about the world of writing, this…

Movie Review: Playing for Keeps (2012)

I’ll cut to the chase in my description of Playing for Keeps right away. It’s simply “Kicking & Screaming” with sex — and without Will Ferrell (if the two are mutually exclusive). It also proves that if you are Gerard Butler and arrive in town to coach a child’s soccer team, several deranged women will…

Movie Trailer: Footloose (2011)

Dancing, they say, can change the world. Kevin Bacon used it to change the little town of Bomont in 1984’s “Footloose.” Kenny Wormald gets to do it in the remake, although I’m not quite sure why. MTV’s telling of Footloose, of which the trailer was released today, updates the dance moves and the kids’ ever…

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