Tag Archives: Danny Glover

Beloved - * * * 1/2*

The movie Beloved is rather like it’s title character: unusual, disorienting and not quite what you’d expect. However, that’s not to say that the film isn’t good (which it is), but rather that it’s a difficult beast to classify. It’s … Continue reading

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Lethal Weapon 4 - * *

After an absence of six years, the Lethal Weapon series delivers its fourth installment. However, this rushed production shows many signs of a rushed production and overall wear. It’s been over ten years, and the ready-to-retire Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) … Continue reading

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Switchback - * 1/2*

SwitchBack is yet another “hunt the serial killer” film. It tries to apply a twist to the rapidly tiring genre, by mixing the traditional elements with a cross country road movie (something which was done with much greater success in … Continue reading

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Gone Fishin’ - 1/2*

Gone Fishin’ is an unfunny, meandering film attempting to be a comedy. Gus (Danny Glover) and Joe (Joe Pesci) have been best friends and fishing buddies ever since they were kids. For as long, their fishing trips have always been … Continue reading

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Operation Dumbo Drop - * 1/2*

A children’s Vietnam movie…need I say more? Well, perhaps I do. In order to secure a crucial Vietnamese village, Ray Liotta and Danny Glover must lead a ragtag troop to replace the sacred elephant killed by the Viet Cong. Of … Continue reading

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