Russell Crowe

Movie Trailer #2: Man of Steel (2013)

The second trailer for Warner Bros. Man of Steel is a harrowing ordeal. It starts with Clark Kent being a lost soul — he has the internal drive to want to help but his adoptive father, Jonathan Kent, thinks otherwise. This conflict tears Clark apart during his formative years but it’s the perfect setup for…

Movie Trailers: Man of Steel (2013)

With one hero franchise ending (“The Dark Knight Rises” is Batman’s farewell), it’s the perfect time to tease on the rebirth of another superhero icon — Warner Bros. has released two teaser trailers their upcoming film Man of Steel. Both trailers are essentially the same just the voiceovers are different (Russel Crowe who plays Jor-El…

Movie Trailer: The Man with the Iron Fists (2012)

You like rap music? How about crazy-ass kung-fu flicks? Well, I got something for you: Universal Pictures combines the two with the pulse-quickening The Man with the Iron Fists. The plot of a blacksmith crafting weapons so his village can protect itself from warring clans shouldn’t matter much; what does matter is it full of…

Movie Trailer: Les Misérables (2012)

Whether it was needed or not, the stage sensation, Les Miserables, is making its way to theaters yet again. With a powerful cast, Universal Pictures’ adaptation, stays true to the play, following paroled prisoner Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) as he seeks redemption in a gritty 19th-century France. The trailer runs through some powerful backdrop scenes…

Movie Review: The Next Three Days (2010)

Based on the obscure French film, Pour elle, of which I have never heard of, Paul Haggis’ The Next Three Days (which he both directed and wrote the screenplay for), stars the bankable Russell Crowe alongside the equally popular Elizabeth Banks as John and Lara Brennan, a married couple whose relationship takes a drastic turn…

Movie Review: Robin Hood (2010)

I’m not entirely sure how I feel about Robin Hood the latest telling of the fabled defender of the poor. On one hand, it is a nice change of pace to see the legendary archer bloodied and dirtied — no finely penciled mustaches or tailored suits (ala Errol Flynn). On the other hand, is a…

Movie Review: State of Play (2009)

When Russell Crowe appears in a movie looking like a holdover from the early 70’s — long hair, gruffy beard and a pot belly — good things are usually afoot (his last few roles: Body of Lies and American Gangster have shown us that). Hollywood has obviously taken notice too, as he combines all three…

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