By James Kenney (Adapted from a review originally appearing on whatchareading.com) BLOOD MONEY John Cusack, long seemingly disinterested in acting since his solid performances in ADULT WORLD and LOVE & … Continue reading The Man in Black: John Cusack in BLOOD MONEY and SINGULARITY
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Ed Burns pleasantly surprises with his latest ensemble piece.
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Vengeance: A Love Story, is worthy of some attention, particularly Don Johnson’s masterful performance.
Olga Kurylenko and Jeremy Irons slipped out an old-school, pretentious European romance that is…puzzling.
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