Samuel L. Jackson

Pulp Fiction

December 15, 2005 // 0 Comments

The lives of two mob hitmen, a boxer, a gangster's wife, and two small-time diner bandits intertwine in four tales of violence and redemption. "Pulp Fiction" is all of this, and so much more. And now it's deliciously available on the [...]

Coach Carter

September 19, 2005 // 0 Comments

On March 15, Sony unleashed the PSP (Portable Playstation) on the world. It was quite a splash. The PSP displays photos, plays songs, runs games, and gives you DVD movies in a new format that looks like 3D on an LCD screen (which it is). Paramount [...]

Coach Carter

June 24, 2005 // 0 Comments

Based on a true story, Samuel L. Jackson plays Coach Ken Carter, a straight shooting, street smart individual who takes on the task of coaching a down-on-their-luck high school basketball team from Richmond, California. Carter sets out some pretty tough [...]


July 15, 2003 // 0 Comments

When a military exercise ends with an instructor and a number of Rangers dead, DEA officer Hardy (John Travolta) is brought on to investigate the case and find out what happened in the jungle of Panama. The only two survivors of the exercise have very [...]

Jackie Brown

August 12, 2002 // 0 Comments

Quentin Tarantino made it from underdog to Hollywood-wunderkind faster than anyone else in recent memory. "Reservoir Dogs" and Pulp Fiction" were movies that gave critics and audiences plenty to talk about and plenty to like. Created with [...]


July 3, 2001 // 0 Comments

At times, it seems that entertainment reporting is more popular than the entertainment itself. Today we are swamped with magazines, television shows, and websites reporting exclusively on Hollywood and the entertainment industry. Therefore, it’s hard to [...]


March 8, 2000 // 0 Comments

At first glimpse, ’187’ appears to be a dark modern day school drama, and while that is true, it also becomes apparent very quickly that the movie actually lends most of its stories from classic films of the genre, like ’To Sir, With Love.’ While [...]

Deep Blue Sea

December 20, 1999 // 0 Comments

There are certain icons in film that shouldn’t be challenged. These films have defined certain genres and whenever you make a film that is even close to these touchstone films, your film will be scrutinized. For mafia films, there’s "The [...]

The Red Violin

November 24, 1999 // 0 Comments

Imagine you have a biographic movie, in which not a person is the center of attention, but an object. This intriguing idea is the concept behind "The Red Violin", in which a famous instrument becomes the pivot of an entire biopic, following the [...]

Die Hard With A Vengeance

March 1, 1999 // 0 Comments

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has just released the complete "Die Hard" trilogy on DVD as separate discs and as a nice boxed set containing all three parts of the series. The series that made Bruce Willis a Hollywood superstar and box [...]
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