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Though it's Washington's most interesting performance in years, "Israel" isn't satisfying enough to be worth remembering for anything besides its protagonist.
Director/actor Denzel Washington and his cast bring us an amazing translation of August Wilson's play, penned by the playwright himself.
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.
On our new podcast, Ed Johnson-Ott of NUVO Newsweekly talks about the Academy Awards with The Film Yap's own Christopher Lloyd.
Denzel Washington directs and stars in this masterful adaptation of August Wilson's play about a black family struggling in 1950s Pittsburgh.
"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" 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 […]