Danny Huston

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Edge of Darkness

I left this movie fully expecting to spot a mysterious black SUV following me, or possibly just get shot dead when I least expect it, since that was what kept happening on the screen. It was almost two solid hours of nearly jumping out of my seat whenever someone got shot, enough time to relax very slowly and get comfy again, then another huge bang, another dead person, and me left wondering if the next such jolt would make me accidentally fling Milk Duds all over the people in the next row.

Mel Gibson with gun. Do you feel lucky, punk?  Well, do you?

Wrath of the Titans

Ancient Greece's most dysfunctional family is back, and there's going to be trouble. A few people are back from the Clash of the Titans, namely Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Danny Huston, and of course Sam Worthington, playing Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, and our hero Perseus respectively.

Perseus bravely stabs a giant plot hole. Okay, it's really a Cyclops.

Children of Men

I should have driven to Chicago. I should have at least called in sick to work yesterday so I could have watched this film that much sooner. Stupid day job. But now I've seen it, and I think I can safely say that this may be the best movie I'm going to see in all of 2007.

Theo helps a frightened Kee through the Bexhill Refugee Camp.

The Warrior's Way

Once upon a time, two clans somewhere in the Far East were at war with each other. Neither side was willing to back down until every person on the other side was dead. Why? I couldn't tell you. If you want to know why things happen in this movie, prepare for disappointment.

Ninjas floating through the air.  But why??