Tag: Mel Gibson

Lethal Weapon 4 Review

Comparisons of Lethal Weapon and Lethal Weapon 4 revealing a dramatic shift in style and tone, although not necessarily through choice, just audience expectations.

Lethal Weapon 2 Review

Lethal Weapon 2 is arguably remembered for its toilet bomb more than anything else. It’s a situation that could only happen to Riggs (Mel Gibson) and Murtaugh (Danny Glover). …

Lethal Weapon Review

Decades out, Richard Donner's film remains fresh, if only because so few have successfully worked out its formula.

The Beaver Review

The Beaver doesn't succumb to the traditional Hollywood need to showcase the crazy in an institutionalized setting, although this is one case where it might has helped.

Edge of Darkness Review

Mel Gibson. What can be said for the man as an actor? How about, he should never, ever try to pull off a deep Boston accent again? That works.

Braveheart Review

Braveheart doesn’t open with a battle, impressive because that is what many will remember it for. It opens with a young William Wallace, working in the gorgeous Scottish countryside …

Signs Review

Signs is a movie with a heavy identity crisis. Everything, from the ending to the build-up to its tone, is all over the place. There’s a great movie here …