Tag Archives: Elias Koteas

The Thin Red Line - *

A study in pretension, The Thin Red Line marks the infamously reclusive director Terrence Malick’s anticlimactic return to the cinema. On the surface, the film is a war movie, based on the James Jones novel of the same name. But, … Continue reading

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Fallen - * *

How’s this for a plot: cop stalks supernatural body-swapping entity. No, it’s not a remake of The First Power, but it is Fallen, an mostly unsuccessful thriller whose good cast can’t overcome a bad script. Detective John Hobbes (Denzel Washington) … Continue reading

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The Prophecy - * 1/2*

There are a lot of clever and unique touches in this imaginative film about a second war in heaven. However, clever and unique touches do not a movie make. Christopher Walken does his typical job as Gabriel, leader of the … Continue reading

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