Posts Tagged ‘Tommy Lee Jones’
Like watching a trio of NBA All-Stars, whom you know haven’t lost a step, return to the court and perform nothing but a three-man weave drill for two hours.
INDIANAPOLIS!! WIN PASSES TO SEE JASON BOURNE,Tuesday July 26th at 7 pm!! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post about this contest and tell us what’s your favorite Bourne movie OR what’s your favorite Matt Damon movie? Synopsis: Matt Damon returns to […]
WANT PASSES TO SEE CRIMINAL TONIGHT at 7pm??? Go to: www.lionsgatescreenings.com/CRIMINALFilmYap ***WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Synopsis: The story of the right man in the wrong body. In a last-ditch effort to stop a diabolical plot, a dead CIA operative’s memories, secrets, and skills are implanted into an unpredictable and dangerous death-row inmate in hopes the he […]
Sometimes the deeper, darker cracks of history are there for a reason, and some films, like "Black Moon Rising," must fall into them at 325 miles per hour.
If not for a meandering third act, I'd call "The Homesman" a standout Western. Two top-notch performances still make it worthwhile.
Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones give brilliant performances in this bleak rumination on brutality in the Old West.
Indiana film critics name "Safety Not Guaranteed" Best Film of 2012; Jon Vickers of IU Cinema wins Hoosier Award.
There's something for everyone with "The Dark Knight Rises," starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway and the romantic comedy "Hope Springs" with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones on DVD & Blu-ray this week.
For what feels like a cynical chance to revive some flagging careers, "Men in Black 3" is a reasonably engaging bit of disposable entertainment.
"Lincoln" has captured the sweet spot between historical hagiography and fully fleshed dramatic portrait of our 16th and greatest president.
"Men in Black III" gets brownie points simply for not being "Men in Black II." A reasonably engaging bit of disposable entertainment.
Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson give two powerhouse performances and prove that nothing is ever as black and white as it may seem.