I want to go easy on writer/director Scott Martin’s “Big Kill.”
It’s an earnest western that is clearly in love with the genre and its cinematic lineage. Unfortunately, evoking the … Read More
Many may not know it, but country music star Trace Adkins has been making a name for himself in the direct-to-video western market.
Yes, there is such a thing.
With … Read More
Academy-Award winner Denzel Washington led the ensemble piece, and Antoine Fuqua (“Olympus Has Fallen,” “The Equalizer”) called the shots behind the camera.
The film hasn’t scratched $100 million at the … Read More
Denzel Washington doesn’t so much as cross a toe over said line in “The Magnificent Seven.” Co-star Chris Pratt? Let’s just say he leaps over it like Nia Ali.
It’s one of … Read More
Our heroine is brave and blunt, but she’s still a product of her era. That means she can’t fully declare her independence, 21st century style.
You don’t mess with her all … Read More
Torch carriers like Quentin Tarantino find themselves beating the drum for a genre that gave us silent heroes, open American plains and the bloody consequences of six shooters and man’s … Read More
John Henry Clayton reconnects with his father, a disapproving reverend played by Kiefer’s real-life father, the great Donald Sutherland. The young Clayton is trying to turn his back on his … Read More
Clint Eastwood’s oaters are the stuff of film legend. Son Scott Eastwood? His canon needs some seasoning.
The younger Eastwood stars in “Diablo,” another meditation on violence soaked in blood … Read More
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