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If there's a bright side to the disjointed, sloppy mess that was 1997's Spawn, the big-screen adaptation of the Todd McFarlane comic book, it's that it was a necessary step to get to the superhero film renaissance of today.
But oh my God is it a painful step.
Al Simmons (Michael Jai White) is a covert assassin working for a super-secret section of the U.S. government who wants to get out of the murder business. His boss, Jason Wynn (Martin Sheen) has other ideas. Having struck a deal with the demonic Clown (John Leguizamo), Wynn sets Simmons up to be killed so that he can be sent to hell and recruited to become Spawn, the general of Hell's eventual assault on the gates of Heaven.
Upon his return to Earth, five years later, Simmons tries to make reconnections to his previous life but sees that his beloved wife Wanda »
D.J. Haza presents the next entry in his series of films to watch before you die...
Bad Boys, 1995.
Directed by Michael Bay.
Bad Boys is the directorial debut of Michael Bay and since the majority of his films have the same shots recycled over and over again maybe it’s the only one of his films with any visual originality, but is great fun nonetheless.
The film is an action comedy that sees Miami cops Marcus Burnett (Lawrence) and Mike Lowry (Smith) trying to uncover $100 million of heroin stolen from a police vault. The seized drugs need to be recovered within five days or Internal Affairs warn that the narcotics division of the Miami-Dade Police Force will be shut down. When escort Max is hired for a party and takes along her flat mate Julie (Leoni) what »
2 items from 2012
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