Matt Dillon must be getting tired of being in movies about armored car heists. At least this time he’s on the other side, playing Jack Welles, the semi-renegade cop who knows some huge criminal plot is in the works, but he can’t get anyone else to believe him.
I thought I was loopy, going to see this movie. At the ticket counter, I mumbled the title in shame and the girl had to ask me to repeat it. But what was I going to do, watch the sequel to a kids’ movie that I hadn’t even seen? Or that odd-looking comedy with Jennifer Aniston? Thanks to that huge, unpleasant ad on imdb, I couldn’t bear to take the risk of seeing what’s his name make that funny face again.
They’re expendable and proud of it. I don’t get it, either, but they are. Sylvester Stallone even has the word tattooed on his back.
The Other Guys
First of all, I don’t like Will Ferrell. I’m honestly not sure why they’re still letting him star in major motion pictures. And I don’t really like Mark Wahlberg, either, after that whole Max Payne thing. I wanted to go see Middle Men because yes, a movie about the economics of internet porn sounded more appealing than this. But it wasn’t playing around here. Stupid pseudo-wide-release.
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Return of the Comic that Ate Hollywood (Green)
It’s been five months since the original, so it must be time for the sequel. Okay, really, I just couldn’t bring myself to watch anything on offer this past weekend,* and I really feel I should post something. One of these days I might pass 100 readers. Besides, there are actual new developments in the field of superhero flicks!
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