Tag: Claire Forlani

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December 5, 2012 Cleave
The Rock (1996) Alcatraz. Only one man has ever broken out. Now He Has To Break In!

This film is more then just a movie but also has in it a message about war and its effects and its consequences, especially those surrounding illegal Black Ops missions. It shows how sometimes those heroes are forgotten and how they are shoved to the way side just to save face in the world’s public view. It show just how things can go horribly wrong when a man of honor crosses the line in the name of honor to save the families of those that have fallen. Message aside the film is also very good, no matter what the Michael Bay critics might say. It is full of action, good dialog and is actually quite believable in what they show……

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June 20, 2011 Cleave
In The Name Of The King A Dungeon Siege Tale

The unrated director’s cut of this film on Blu-Ray is done quite well and can be enjoyed by all that love fantasy films. I will say that I have never played the game Dungeon Siege but this film makes me want to play it and maybe that is the point. The film instills in the viewers a desire to see and experience more of what is seen in the film. Will I be disappointed when I play the game? Maybe, but one will never know till they do play it. For those that don’t care to play the game they will still have fun with this film. You have mindless beasts coming to life, sorcerers and magi battling each other……

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January 20, 2011 Rhonda
Mystery Men (1999)

Welcome to Champion City, an atypical backdrop for this movie based on the Dark Horse Comic series of the same name. This story focuses on underdog superheroes that fight for justice, but never get the spotlight. This time the team of The Shoveler (William H. Macy), Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller), and Blue Raja (Hank Azaria) are on the scene when the Red Eye gang attempts a robbery at a grand ball in a nursing home. Even for a villainous gang, this robbery seems lame, but the trio takes on the bad guys with little success, but they are upstaged when the town’s most celebrated superhero, Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) comes in to save the day. Little does the trio know……

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