Tag: Michael Douglas

Haywire Review

Backed with a '60s era score that flavors and adds to the unique vibe, Haywire is better than it has any right to be.

Romancing the Stone Review

Despite limited screen time, Danny DeVito walks away with Romancing the Stone. Sure, Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner are wonderfully likeable, and have perfect chemistry for one another, but …

Falling Down Review

It is hard not to take one of William Foster’s (Michael Douglas) final lines in Falling Down seriously. Looking a retiring detective right in the face, he inquisitively states, …

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Review

The message of Ghosts of Girlfriends Past past is, “Don’t be a jerk.” That’s (not) deep. Maybe a better message would have been, “Matthew McConaughey, stop doing this to …

Black Rain Review

Ridley Scott’s late ‘80s international police thriller Black Rain has a lot going for it. It’s grim tone, culture clash, performances, and wonderful direction from Scott are all positives. …

King of California Review

King of California is a movie you walk away and are unsure what to think. It’s the story of Charlie (Michael Douglas) and Miranda (Evan Rachel Wood), a father/daughter …