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October 10, 2012

First of all, I don’t know anything about time travel. Or physics, or quantum theory, or string theory or the theory of relativity. What I do know is that if you give it more than two seconds’ (let alone two movies’) worth of reflection, time starts to feel really strange.
This was driven home for me recently as I watched “Looper” (Rian Johnson) and “Déjà Vu” (Tony Scott, 2006), starring Denzel Washington (fair warning: I’ll be spoiling both).

August 24, 2012

 
“The Expendables 2” is a big, loud, thrilling, overblown ride that, once it really gets going, never lets up.

 
“The Expendables 2” is a big, loud, thrilling, overblown ride that, once it really gets going, never lets up.
Despite my love of Sylvester Stallone, 80s action flicks and explosions, I was pretty underwhelmed by the first “Expendables.” The movie that promised to have all my favorite action stars fighting side by side was actually pretty dull and uninspired, and most of the stars were relegated to cameos. 
“The Expendables 2” is everything the first movie wanted to be and more. 

August 24, 2012

 
“The Expendables 2” is a big, loud, thrilling, overblown ride that, once it really gets going, never lets up.

 
“The Expendables 2” is a big, loud, thrilling, overblown ride that, once it really gets going, never lets up.
Despite my love of Sylvester Stallone, 80s action flicks and explosions, I was pretty underwhelmed by the first “Expendables.” The movie that promised to have all my favorite action stars fighting side by side was actually pretty dull and uninspired, and most of the stars were relegated to cameos. 
“The Expendables 2” is everything the first movie wanted to be and more.