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  • Film Review: 'Rage'

    When an ex-mobster's daughter is found dead, the repressed return with a vengeance that feels more like a whimper in "Rage," a silly and shopworn Nicolas Cage action vehicle that plays like a poor man's "Taken," "Mystic River" and "A History of Violence"...
  • 'Rage' is just another tired Nicolas Cage action film

    'Rage' is just another tired Nicolas Cage action film
    "Rage" is the latest in a parade of cheesy, derivative action-thrillers that erstwhile A-list actor Nicolas Cage has recently starred in, presumably as a quick cash grab. Why he can't find an equal payday in better pictures is perhaps a less vital...
  • 'Superman Returns' Star Brandon Routh Joins CW's 'Arrow'

    "Superman Returns" star Brandon Routh is taking flight again -- this time in The CW's comic-book drama "Arrow." Routh is set to play the recurring role of Ray Palmer, also known as The Atom, in the show's third season. His character is a scientist and...
  • Nicolas Cage in a 'Rage' is nothing new

    Nicolas Cage as an actor is still a formidable screen presence, capable of an amazing moment, even in a mediocre movie. But Nicolas Cage, as a movie star, just cannot get out of his own way. After a nice little run with a passable thriller ("The...
  • Film Review: 'Heatstroke'

    It may begin with a character racing across a desert with a small plane in hot pursuit, but "Heatstroke" is not, to put it gently, the second coming of "North by Northwest." An underwhelming survival thriller about a fragile family unit beset by violent...
  • 'Heatstroke' is a lukewarm desert survival thriller

    A veteran cast not given to overplaying, a competent director and striking desert Africa settings are the chief recommendations of "Heatstroke," a survival thriller with murder, poaching, gun-running and hyenas as its active ingredients. Paul, a hyena...
  • Most Of Laughs In '22 Jump Street' Come From Film Mocking Itself

    In the carbon-copy sequel "22 Jump Street," Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum reprise their roles of a twisted "Odd Couple" with guns. This assignment takes the undercover cops to a local college to bust a new drug ring. The film excels at the unique mash-...
  • '22 Jump Street' pokes its R-rated finger at everything — hilariously

     '22 Jump Street' pokes its R-rated finger at everything — hilariously
    "22 Jump Street" is a monument to mocking, a master class in dissing, a parody of pastiche, poking its R-rated finger at social conventions, sequels, stereotypes, football, frats, friends, drugs, sex — even its stars. In fact, it is impossible...
  • Phil Lord on '22 Jump Street's' Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill: 'Like Watching a Mountain Lion and a Baby Become Friends'

    Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill joined their cast and a large group of rowdy college students equipped with a DJ, foam fingers and a bazooka t-shirt launcher that Tatum could not resist at the premiere of "22 Jump Street" Tuesday night at the Regency...
  • Film Review: '22 Jump Street'

    Those masters of having their genre-parody cake and eating it too, directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, have followed up their sly, self-referential franchise reboot "21 Jump Street" with an inevitable sequel that is, at least in part, a sly, self-...
  • TV Review: 'Rake'

    Although TV has no shortage of roguish ne'er-do-wells, they are seldom as entertaining -- at least initially -- as the protagonist in "Rake," a lawyer/womanizer/compulsive gambler whose life is a runaway train wreck occasionally interrupted by high-...
  • Venice Film Review: 'The Zero Theorem'

    Here's a paradox: Everyone admires Terry Gilliam's weeble-wobble determination to keep making films despite terrible bad luck, and yet the films themselves, even the ones with relatively misfortune-free production histories, are desperately hard to...