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Fences

Director/actor Denzel Washington and his cast bring us an amazing translation of August Wilson's play, penned by the playwright himself.

Carbon Copy (1981)

Sometimes great things arrive unheralded — such as Denzel Washington's film debut in this throwback comedy that uses social ills as a springboard for yuks.

Oscar shop talk with Ed and Chris

On our new podcast, Ed Johnson-Ott of NUVO Newsweekly talks about the Academy Awards with The Film Yap's own Christopher Lloyd.

Fences

Denzel Washington directs and stars in this masterful adaptation of August Wilson's play about a black family struggling in 1950s Pittsburgh.

The Magnificent Seven

"The Merely Adequate Seven" doesn't have quite the same ring, but it's high enough praise for a skilled remake of a remake with no purpose for existing.

The Magnificent Seven

"The Magnificent Seven" is a well-built summer blockbuster that doesn't supplant the original but certainly doesn't shit in its bed.

‘The Magnificent Seven’ Trailer: seven guys to help you right wrongs

When you need to right a wrong, who are you going to call? The Magnificent Seven! In the new trailer, Haley Bennett becomes a widow, thanks to Bartholomew Bogue a.k.a. Peter Sarsgaard. Haley asks Sam Chisolm a.ka. Denzel Washington to give Bartholomew a taste of his own medicine. He takes the job, but puts together […]

The Equalizer

This is essentially a dumb movie, smartly made, with Denzel Washington tearing it up as an over-the-hill spy with some good deeds to do.