A declarative, unmistakable anti-war masterpiece, Platoon remains a fierce political statement.
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A striking allegory for colonialism and Vietnam, The Dogs of War finds a message in-between the dramatic political positioning.
Tom Berenger plays a gritty veteran fighting off deadly criminals in the slow-burn thriller Blood and Money, set in Maine's cold landscapes.
The seventh sequel to a forgettable early '90s action flick, Sniper: Assassin's End only bores in developing the next iteration.
Eye See You throws away a great cast and idea by reducing police trauma to a derivative, familiar horror/slasher movie.
Lance Henriksen Squares Off With Tom Berenger Lance Henriksen gives a commanding performance as a dying outlaw in this fantastic Western. Gone Are the Days reminds us the genre …
Kickstarted flick may have Sylvester Stallone but that’s not enough Reach Me is so overloaded with bit parts and bit players and bit stories, it’s a wonder if the …
The lurid violence and graphic sexuality were too much for Fox, who passed on releasing the movie theatrically to a smaller distributor.
Inception's dream within a dream within a dream within, yes, another dream concept isn't as complex as it may initially seem.
Each character has a rival on this same Indians team, creating a level of dissension and animosity, in addition the hurdles faced on the field.
Somewhere, between the awfully fake CG explosions, banal dialogue, and sluggish pacing, lies a version of Smokin’ Aces 2 that is not a total bore.