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"Heist" (2015)

Grade (6/10)

A solid cast and a relatively decent plot make this cliché-ridden film pass the time, although it could have been much better.

“HEIST” is an action-thriller starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Vaughn, a card dealer at riverboat casino owned by the ruthless man known as The Pope played by Robert De Niro. 873 more words


HEIST (2015) review

written by: Stephen Cyrus Sepher
produced by: Randall Emmett, George Furla, Wayne Marc Godfrey & Stephen Cyrus Sepher
directed by: Scott Mann
rated: R (for violence, pervasive language and some sexual content) … 1,532 more words

Heist (2015)

As more and more expensive tentpoles and franchise fare crowd the theaters, smaller, more intimate films of all genres may continue to rely on limited theatrical runs, on demand, and streaming services like Netflix to be seen by interested audiences. 311 more words


A Look Back: The Cutting Edge

I first saw “The Cutting Edge” (released in 1992) on a plane flight, and it struck me as being as absorbing as your average made-for-TV/sports movie/triumph of the human spirit flick – which of course, made it perfect to watch on a plane in the pre-Internet era. 403 more words

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Spike Lee's Chi-Raq adds Dave Chappelle, Wesley Snipes, and Nick Cannon

As the film enters production in Chicago, Spike Lee has added to the growing list of big-name stars attached to Chi-RaqThe director posted the above image to… 269 more words


Film Review - Fire In the Sky

Directed by Robert Lieberman; Starring Robert Patrick, D.B. Sweeney, Craig Sheffer, James Garner

Travis Walton has had a tough go of it.

Since one night in 1975, he’s been accused of being a liar, a phony, a huckster—and a crazy person. 1,115 more words


Movie Review - Two Tickets to Paradise (2006)

Director: D. B. Sweeney

Stars: John C. McGinley, D.B. Sweeney, Paul Hipp

Two Tickets to Paradise follows the lives of three men who are firmly entrenched in middle age. 347 more words