The Heartbreak Kid

The Heartbreak Kid
While this ’70s comedy remake isn’t a complete return to form for Peter and Bobby Farrelly, nor is it quite as sophisticated as other recent R-rated sex comedies, it’s certainly a step back in the right direction for the pioneers of raunch.[Lees verder]

3:10 to Yuma vs. Shoot ‘Em Up
You can do far worse things with your time than seeing either one of these two movies. Those looking for straight entertainment with no limits, no boundaries or filler will thrill at what Davis has done with “Shoot ‘Em Up” but for those looking for a little more meat on their bones and something to really sink their teeth in, “3:10” is the type of classic filmmaking that diehard Western fans might appreciate but those unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the genre will admire for the craftsmanship that Mangold et al bring to the table.[Lees verder]

The Heartbreak Kid
While this ’70s comedy remake isn’t a complete return to form for Peter and Bobby Farrelly, nor is it quite as sophisticated as other recent R-rated sex comedies, it’s certainly a step back in the right direction for the pioneers of raunch.[Lees verder]

3:10 to Yuma vs. Shoot ‘Em Up
You can do far worse things with your time than seeing either one of these two movies. Those looking for straight entertainment with no limits, no boundaries or filler will thrill at what Davis has done with “Shoot ‘Em Up” but for those looking for a little more meat on their bones and something to really sink their teeth in, “3:10” is the type of classic filmmaking that diehard Western fans might appreciate but those unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the genre will admire for the craftsmanship that Mangold et al bring to the table.[Lees verder]

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