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Title: The Samaritan Director: David Weaver The Samaritan allows audience the pleasure, well, depending on your opinion of the guy, to see Samuel L. Jackson perform throughout the entire 90 minutes. He’s the star and is literally in every scene. Without cheating and looking on IMDb.com, it’s tough to recall the last the time the cool actor had to carry a flick in a lead capacity. So seeing him show, or attempt to show, some range in his depiction of a former criminal looking to go on the straight-n-narrow has an instant appeal early on. Initially, the story is going through the fundamental motions of all these types of “looking  [ Read More ] »

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