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"The Magnificent Seven" is a well-built summer blockbuster that doesn't supplant the original but certainly doesn't shit in its bed.
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 […]
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.
In lesser hands, "The Equalizer" would seem like exploitative dreck. But Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua give us a relatable hero.
Win free passes to the a special advance screening in Indianapolis of the new movie starring Denzel Washington!
In response to breathlessly hyperbolic branding of "Man of Steel" as a "non-sequel," Nick investigates the biggest opening weekends for TRULY original movies.
"Flight" is an ambitious drama that keeps throwing you for loops, with Denzel Washington in his usual fine form.
Denzel Washington is a pilot whose reputation is questioned in “Flight” and Kevin James mixes music and martial arts in “Here Comes the Boom.”
French actor. British spies. U.S. presidents. German dentist. Alaskan wolves. Indonesian thugs. Japanese chefs. Bengal tigers. It's Nick's best & worst of 2012.
Denzel Washington's never played a character like this, a deeply flawed man who is simultaneously heroic and loathsome.
Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington face off in "Safe House" and an epic adventure unfolds in Disney's "John Carter."
The 1970's was a time of dark thrillers, one-man action missions and horror-genre solidification. Taken out of context, this era's classic films have been reworked into hollow remakes.
A slick, plot-driven thriller about the nasty underside of the spy game with Denzel Washington doing his smooth-talking man of quiet confidence thing.
Joe Shearer and Christopher Lloyd are joined by special guest stars Bob Bloom and Nick Rogers to discuss the career of Denzel Washington.