3 items from 2011
Donovan’s Echo Trailer. Jim Cliffe‘s Donovan’s Echo (2011) movie stars Danny Glover, Bruce Greenwood, Chelah Horsdal, Sonja Bennett, and Natasha Calis. Donovan’s Echo‘s plot synopsis: “Once a brilliant mathematician, Donovan Matheson (Danny Glover) has been an outcast since an accident that killed his wife and daughter three decades ago for which he blames himself. He finally returns home as the tragic event’s 30th anniversary approaches and begins discovering similarities to what had happened to him in the past. Convinced history is repeating itself, Donovan risks everything to save an unsuspecting family from the same tragic fate.”
Great premise but the execution may be a little dubious. It’s strength is the storyline and that it may remind the viewer of Rubicon and Proof because Danny Glover’s character is a mathematician and there is a visible mystery.
Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Season 1, Episode 3: Johnny Cage has premiered. Episode 3 of Kevin Tancharoen‘s Mortal Kombat: Legacy (2011) stars Matt Mullins, David Nykl, Adrian Hough, Erica Cerra, and Johnson Phan. Mortal Kombat: Legacy: Season 1, Episode 3′s plot synopsis: “After unsuccessfully trying to sell his reality television pilot pitch to a studio exec, Johnny Cage, an American action-hero movie star who has fallen on hard times, is recruited by Shang Tsung, a powerful sorcerer who has the power to suck souls from people, to fight in the upcoming Mortal Kombat tournament.” We previously posted Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Season 1, Episode 1 – Jax, Sonya, and Kano (Part 1) and Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Season 1, Episode 2 – Jax, Sonya, and Kano (Part 2). Johnny Cage was the weakest Mortal Kombat: Legacy episode so far until it got to the ending, which almost made up for it. Watch Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Season 1, Episode 3: Johnny Cage below and leave your thoughts on it. »
Stars: Steven Seagal, Meghan Ory, William Stewart, Sarah Lind,Adrian Hough, Elizabeth Thai, Kyle Cassie, David Richmond Peck, Alex Mallari Jr., Byron Mann | Written by Joe Halpin, Steven Seagal | Directed by Joe Halpin
Elijah Kane (Seagal) and his undercover team of Seattle-based cops are in a race against the clock to uncover who is behind the toxic “E” pill raising the body count of teens in Seattle. If that wasn’t enough, Kane’s team is forced to do some ‘community service’ acting as security guards for Savon (Mann) an arrogant documentary filmmaker making a film of Seattle’s criminal underbelly, who is looking to expose the slums of Seattle’s at any cost, including the lives of Kane and his team.
3 items from 2011
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