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Training Day (2001)

Ethan Hawke plays a rookie cop looking to make detective by becoming part of Denzel Washington’s narcotics task force.

The biggest appeal in this glossy cop thriller is seeing Denzel playing totally against his usual holier than holy type and I sincerely wish that he’d taken more of these kinds of parts. 121 more words

Film

Tears Of The Sun (2003)

An American military unit is dispatched to extract a doctor and US national from a civil war torn region of Africa and is pursued relentlessly to the border by rebel forces. 213 more words

Film

'Ice' Review: Antoine Fuqua Diamond Drama Looks Sharp But Lacks Edge

Audience Network spent a couple of years developing Antoine Fuqua’s diamond-trade drama Ice before its November 16 debut. It should have spent a bit more time, because the result so far is more cubic zirconia than Peak TV precious stone. 239 more words

Breaking News

Hollywood Walk of Fame Honors Late Samurai Star Toshiro Mifune 

Hollywood celebrated the life of legendary Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune on Monday, honoring him with a star on its iconic Walk of Fame two decades after his death. 283 more words
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The Trailer For AT&T Series 'ICE' Starring Cam Gigandet

Check out the new trailer that AT&T’s Audience network have released for Antoine Fuqua’s upcoming drama series ICE, which can be seen down below!

The 10 episode series centers around the Green family, half brothers Jake (Cam Gigandet) and Freddy (Jeremy Sisto), their father (Raymond J. 60 more words

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The Magnificent Seven

This review first appeared in the Sunday Star-Times, September 2016

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133 mins
3 stars

Another day in Hollywood, another pitch for a remake of some classic that probably needn’t have been messed with. 330 more words

Film Comment

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN - James Horner

It’s a good Sunday when work is halted, domestic errands and jobs are finished and all that remains is the ultimate aim of sitting down and listening to some soundtracks. 539 more words

Soundtrack Reviews