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Film Review: Gun Shy
Antonio Banderas hams it up in this dumber than dumb action-comedy that always reaches for the lowest hanging fruit for laughs.
Film Review: Beside Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story
A beautiful film documenting some of the most groundbreaking rock music of the ’70s and the major contribution Mick Ronson offered well beyond being “Bowie’s guitar player.”
Film Review: Goon: Last of the Enforcers
A somewhat disappointing sequel to a great sports comedy that probably didn’t need a sequel.
Film Review: England Is Mine
Mopey and pretentious, just like the real Morrissey, but lacking the music that made his work with The Smiths so influential.
Film Review: Shot Caller
This tough and gritty story of a convict’s regrets and redemption also offers a surprising amount of emotion from Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s eye-opening performance.
Film Review: The Hitman's Bodyguard
An above-average, obscenity-laden buddy comedy that mostly excels due to the brilliant comic pairing of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson.
Film Review: 68 Kill
This bona-fide grindhouse film constantly goes for violent and gory shock value, yet manages to connect more through its hilarious female characters.
Film Review: Savage Dog
A mostly incompetent action throwback, this Scott Adkins vehicle only realizes halfway through the movie it should be a gory revenge flick.
Film Review: Broken Mile
A chase thriller that may be the most boring use of the one-take movie gimmick ever.
Film Review: Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk
A suitably punky, fast-paced doc that may be long and overly talky but is undeniably comprehensive.
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