Jason Statham

Movie Review: The Fate of the Furious (2017)

While a great deal of uninformed critics seem to be falling all over themselves about The Fate of the Furious (the Rotten Tomatoes website actually states, “The Fate of the Furious opens a new chapter in the franchise, fueled by the same infectious cast chemistry and over-the-top action fans have come to expect.”), the eighth…

Movie Review: Spy (2015)

After such critical bombs and/or not very good comedies as “The Hangover Part III,” “Tammy” and “Identity Theft,” there’s finally a Melissa McCarthy vehicle we can smile and laugh at — intentionally. Unfortunately, her latest turn in the new Paul Feig (“Bridesmaids,” “The Heat”) directed film, Spy, as an unprepared, mousy analyst/secret agent, loses those…

Movie Review: Furious 7 (2015)

It’s more than a little strange to get suddenly swept up in the events of a series for the first time while watching the seventh installment, but that’s what happened with Furious 7, a gloriously bonkers and awesomely ambitious entry in a franchise that previously always seemed to come up a bit short. It’s clear…

Movie Trailer: Furious 7 (2015)

“One last job,” Dominic Toretto says in this first trailer Furious 7. And because of the death of series lynchpin Paul Walker late last year, I believe him. Even though in each iteration they do manage to dream up an impressive stunt or two and show off some amazing cars, the series has gone on…

Movie Trailer: The Expendables 3 (2014)

So long as there are aging action stars looking to hold onto a piece of their heyday or UFC/WWE wrestlers looking to make a name for themselves, the Expendables franchise will never stop. In The Expendables 3 there are plenty of both to go along with the explosions, bullets, punches, kicks and extremely bad dialogue….

Movie Review: Parker (2013)

Parker is the laziest movie to come down the line in a long time. It is a remake of a remake. Among other films, the director, Taylor Hackford, made “Ray,” “The Devil’s Advocate,” and “An Officer and a Gentleman.” The writer, John J. McLaughlin, wrote “Hitchcock” and “Black Swan.” Did they just want to make…

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