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  • Review: 'The Judge' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The Judge' ★★ 1/2
    Of the 141 minutes in "The Judge," roughly 70 work well, hold the screen and allow a ripe ensemble cast the chance to do its thing, i.e., act. The other 71 are dominated by narrative machinery going ka-THUNKITA-thunkita-thunkita. This is the same sound a clothes dryer makes when a half-dozen John Grisham hardcovers are tossed in with an iron-plated movie star and 30 pounds of rocks.
  • 'The Judge' rules with a rubber gavel

    'The Judge' rules with a rubber gavel
    *1/2 (out of four) At the risk of siding with formula, legal dramas are supposed to have twists. And big closing arguments. “The Judge” doesn’t even have closing arguments, and it’s about as twisty as a flagpole. It’s...

    Duvall v. Downey in 'The Judge' argues for acting excellence

    Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. are not only the boldface names attached to "The Judge," but their powerful symbiotic acting is the key reason to see this film. Playing an unapologetically estranged father and son whose two-way contempt runs so deep...

    'Safe House' review: Notice it's not called "Fiercely Original House"

    'Safe House' review: Notice it's not called "Fiercely Original House"
    ** (out of four) Stop me if you've heard this before:   Someone in a government organization (FBI/CIA/whatever) may be corrupt.   A former operative is now one of the most dangerous men on the planet.   Foreign, anonymous villains have no names and...

    'Safe House' a bumpy ride, with Denzel in the driver's seat -- ✭✭ 1/2

    'Safe House' a bumpy ride, with Denzel in the driver's seat -- ✭✭ 1/2
    Early on in the derivative but fairly absorbing blur titled "Safe House,"set in Cape Town, South Africa, Denzel Washington's Tobin Frost, a spy in from the cold, is brought to a Central Intelligence Agency safe house so that he can be asked a few...