Usually, to refer to a movie as a comic book movie is to suggest it was based on a specific comic book. There was not a Robocop comic when the film came out (although, Marvel quickly adapted it into an ongoing series). 916 more words
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When it was released in 1984, Beverly Hills Cop not only cemented Eddie Murphy’s reputation as the biggest comedian of the ’80s, but it also helped establish the action-comedy as a viable genre. 1,199 more words
The most recent film from director Jean-Baptiste Léonetti (“Carré Blanc”) is the American thriller film, from 2014, titled “Beyond The Reach”.
The plot of the movie was adapted by screenwriter Stephen Susco (“Red”, “The Grudge 2″) from “Deathwatch”, a 1972 book by American adventure novelist and screenwriter Robb White. 594 more words
Directed by John Boorman and based on the novel of the same name by James Dickey, Deliverance is another one of those essential 1970s films. Often considered among the first of the survival pictures, this 1972 movie can be interpreted a number of different ways but seems to carry very sure themes about civilization, survival and the evil that men do. 720 more words
Greed is good. Especially when you have a sniper-rifle at your disposal.
Young, brash and blissfully in love Ben (Jeremy Irvine) gets the offer of his lifetime when a older, rich and slightly off-kilter billionaire named Madec (Michael Douglas) comes stumbling on in wanting someone to go bighorn sheep hunting with. 1,009 more words