Archive for February, 2000

Enter the Dragon

Considered Bruce Lee’s best film, “Enter the Dragon” was also his last to be completed. Directed by Robert Clouse from a screenplay by Michael Allin, “Enter the Dragon” was Lee’s first English-language feature, and produced on a much higher budget than his previous entries, provided the martial arts star a larger canvas in which to demonstrate his craft. Read the rest of this entry »


Nick Styles (Denzel Washington) is a rookie cop on the way up. Only seven months into his job, he’s already a hero. In a daring and brazen rescue, Styles saves a woman’s life and puts away a psychotic killer named Blake (John Lithgow). Read the rest of this entry »

U.S. Marshals

In my humble opinion, I believe that “U.S. Marshals” got shortchanged at the box office. Director Stuart Baird’s follow-up to “The Fugitive” doesn’t have the star power of Harrison Ford, but it does have a formidable performance by Tommy Lee Jones as determined Marshal Sam Gerard. Read the rest of this entry »

Films Review March

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(Lion’s Gate)

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Richard Pryor – Live In Concert

The DVD should be subtitled “There’s Something About Hairy,” or “The Ghost and Mr. Pryor.” “Richard Pryor – Live In Concert” is a digital transfer nightmare*. Imagine the headache: a black comedian with pitch black hair wearing black pants and a dark red shirt standing against a pitch black curtain. Read the rest of this entry »

Films Review February


Vanity project for writer-director-star Scott Wiper. This guy can’t write or act, but he does know how to stage effective action scenes. Wiper stars as a former cop who just wants to settle down with his girlfriend back home and have a family. Read the rest of this entry »