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Money Train (1995)

The heist genre suggested by the title is misleading; the film is more a brother-brother comedy/drama with heist/action sequences thrown in, instead of the other way around. 57 more words

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The Expendables franchise may have more than its share of detractors, but fans argue that the films essentially serve as the ultimate throwback. Featuring a revolving cast of old-school action stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren and Chuck Norris, the series – shepherded by star Sylvester Stallone, who wrote and directed the first installment – has managed to bring in a combined worldwide box office total of nearly $800 million. 482 more words


Is 2015 the year of Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton?

For years, Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton have been doing consistently outstanding work—and almost no one has noticed. Yet with the duo taking their last stand as Sgts. 889 more words

REVIEW : "The Expendables 3"

The entire Expendables franchise started as a nostalgic rekindling of the once prominent over-the-top action genre. It wasn’t afraid to parody itself or play with the familiar action cliches of the 1980s and early 90s. 626 more words

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Wesley Snipes Stars In New Drama "The Player" Thursdays This Fall On NBC

“The Player,” a Las Vegas-set action thriller, starring Snipes, hails from the team behind NBC hit “The Blacklist.”

The series follows a former military operative-turned-security expert (Philip Winchester) who is drawn into a high-stakes game where an organization of wealthy individuals gamble… READ MORE HERE

Can New Wesley Snipes Series Survive In The "How To Get Away With Murder" Timeslot?

Did you know, Wesley Snipes could have been Lucious Lyons on Empire but Taraji P. Henson only wanted to star opposite of Terrence Howard? Well the veteran actor known for roles such as Nino Brown in… 278 more words