Tags: Bad Denzel

Post: 2 Guns [Video]

Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg are two great tastes that taste great together. So why did this film leave a sour taste in my mouth? 2 Guns: my “Reel Faith” 60-second review.   Read more >

Post: Flight [Video]

Flight in 60 seconds: my “Reel Faith” review.   Read more >

Review: Man on Fire (2004)

F | ** | -3|

"In the Church they say to forgive," one character observes dubiously. But in Creasy’s book, to forgive is divine, to mutilate and butcher human. "Forgiveness is between them and God," he says, conveniently overlooking the relevant biblical injunctions even though we know he can quote chapter and verse when he wants to. "My job is to arrange the meeting." We know we should agree with Creasy, because his murderous rampage is scored by a cool rock soundtrack and sanctified by a mother’s kiss. That’s got to be righteous.   Read more >

Review: John Q (2002)

D- | | -3| Adults*

John Q, which is sort of the moviegoing equivalent of being taken hostage, was directed by Nick Cassavetes (She’s So Lovely). Cassavetes — like the film’s hero, John Q. Archibald (Washington) — has a child in need of a life-saving organ transplant. I feel for the director, and for his hero. I cannot condone the actions of either.   Read more >

Review: Training Day (2001)

C- | *** | -2| Adults*

Washington’s knockout performance is the main reason to see Training Day. It may also be the crux of the film’s moral difficulty.
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