Equality Through Violence Evil spreads when good people do nothing. That’s the same morality from the first Equalizer, threaded into the sequel. Equalizer 2’s best scenes match the returning …
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Equalizing stuff Opening luridly on a corner diner with an exterior covered in mid-morning darkness, Equalizer’s tonality is immediately desperate. Then it’s not. Equilizer is a bit everywhere, sloshing …
Key to thematic success is an avoidance of exploitation.
Treme is a nuanced story of a city attempting to reclaim its former glory, heavily relying on New Orleans' rich musical heritage and culture.
Gratuitous violence may as well contain red, white, and blue stripes with every thrown punch or trails from fired bullets.
Maybe Earth is better off without us, so long as it has Morgan Freeman.
Red State's ending begins to question what's right and wrong, the line that was moments ago clear, severed by some of Kevin Smith's best work.
Fighting is the only connecting point between them all though, the sole piece of the metaphorical puzzle holding them together.
When the audience first meets Ray Eddy (Melissa Leo), she is sitting outside her trailer in her car, smoking a cigarette, and tears begin streaming down her eyes. Her …