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 3.0
 
Monday, 27 April 2009 |  Written by Todd Daugherty  | 
Miami Vice (2006) As a fundamental symbol for everything to remember (and forget!) about the 1980s, Miami Vice is a name very few of us will let go from our memories. Its iconic fashion, action and luxurious excess are embedded in our memory banks. Its sport jackets, electric colored t-shirts, shoes without socks and thick rimmed sunglasses have gone the way of the buffalo, but the undercover crime solving action of the hit television show of the past finally made it to the big screen, and your home Blu-ray player this decade. Miami Vice follows the story of undercover cop duo Sonny Crockett (played by Collin Farrell) and Ricardo Tubbs (played by Jamie Foxx) in Miami, Florida. The partners embark on a mission to investigate the murders of two federal agents, only to find out the suspects' power and business dealings are spread ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.6
 
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
James Bond Volume 3 (Goldfinger, Moonraker, The World Is Not Enough) This is the second wave of James Bond films to be released by MGM, with the exception of the loner "Never Say Never Again."  The first wave consisted of two volumes, each with three Blu-ray James Bond films.  The first contained "Dr. No," "Die Another Day" and "Live and Let Die."  The second volume set contained "For Your Eyes Only," "From Russia With Love" and "Thunderball." In this third set we get "The World is Not Enough," "Goldfinger" and "Moonraker."  This set contains some of the fan favorite Bond films, particularly "Goldfinger."  In 1964, "Goldfinger" marked Sean Connery's third performance as James Bond.  This film, along with "Moonraker" are two of the Bond films which Mike Myers parodied in the Austin Powers films.  "Goldfinger" follows Bond   Goldfinger has all the silly henchmen and standard plot to take over the world.  The ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.6
 
Thursday, 02 April 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
One, The (Special Edition) (2001) "The One" is one of Jet Li's blockbuster hits among his plethora of Chinese mainstream martial arts films.  It is not one of his best films, but the concept is pretty original and the film moves at a decent pace.  The film faired okay at the box office, grossing about $45 million.  While it fell short of the creation budget, home video sales pushed it along nicely. The film comes from creators James Wong and Glen Morgan.  The three of us graduated from the same Los Angeles film school, and I have had the pleasure of working on their material.  The writing/directing team began with a few episodes of the hit television series, "The X-Files."  They made their way into feature films with the hit, "Final Destination."  Since then they have worked on "Final Destination 3," "Willard" and a variety of ...
Editor's rating: 
 2.9
 
Friday, 27 March 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Never Say Never Again From 1962 to 1967 Sean Connery played Bond five times.  After a 15-year hiatus, Connery returns in his last Bond performance in "Never Say Never Again."  The film itself probably falls in the middle of the six Connery Bond films.  It wasn't horrible and it was great.  Nonetheless, the film earned $160 million worldwide. It is no surprise that Fox/MGM launched this film at the same time as "Quantum of Solace."  I supposed it is because both films have something in the plot dealing with oil.  I guess they figure it is timely. "Never Say Never Again" picks up with Connery being tested.  He is a bit out of shape and is order to go to a health clinic.  It is there that he gets attacked after witnessing the man with the fake eye.  The worldwide governments soon discover that Largo has ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.9
 
Wednesday, 25 March 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Fast and the Furious, The (Trilogy Boxset) "The Fast and the Furious" trilogy is the ultimate boxset for car enthusiasts.  It blows "Days of Thunder" out of the water.  Unfortunately, as the films progress they get worse.  That trend doesn't bode well for the upcoming fourth installment of the film series.  However, as the future film looks to get back to its roots, it does stand a chance at success. The first film is "The Fast and the Furious."  It was one of the most anticipated releases of 2001.  The film follows an undercover cop, Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) as he tries to bust the crew behind the highway truck robberies.  The primary suspects are Johnny Tran and his followers.  Unfortunately, O'Connor neglects to focus his energies on Toretto's crew.  O'Connor works for undercover at a supped-up car supply store.  After losing a race to Toretto (Vin Diesel) ...
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