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  • Review: 'Mission Park' a clunky tale of murder, friendship

    Review: 'Mission Park' a clunky tale of murder, friendship
    A talented quartet of young actors can't surmount the wall-to-wall clichés that comprise "Mission Park," an earnest, not terribly convincing action thriller as generic as its title. Though writer-director Bryan Anthony Ramirez keeps things moving apace, he trots out so many familiar tropes that it's often like watching a highlights reel from a lifetime's worth of urban crime dramas.
  • 'Dexter: The Final Season'

    'Dexter: The Final Season'
    The serial killer (Michael C. Hall) reached the end of his Showtime run with this eighth and last round, as a police consultant (Charlotte Rampling) who knows a lot about Dexter's past needs his help. While trying to mend his broken relationship with...

    Espionage Thriller Toplines Altitude's AFM Slate

    LONDON -- A feature film version of the U.K. TV series "Spooks," which aired in the U.S. as "MI-5," toplines the AFM slate of Altitude Film Sales. "Spooks: The Greater Good" is an espionage thriller produced by Shine Pictures ("Eastern Promises") and...

    For 'Dexter' actor Sean Patrick Flanery, jiujitsu is an unbeatable workout

    For 'Dexter' actor Sean Patrick Flanery, jiujitsu is an unbeatable workout
    Sean Patrick Flanery plays an ex-cop in the eighth season of TV's "Dexter," starting June 30, and a music teacher in the new film "Broken Horses." But there's another big role in his life: Flanery, 47, teaches and trains in Brazilian jiujitsu at his own...

    Michael Biehn trains like a 'Taxi Driver'

    Somewhere there is a casting agent who, whenever he needs a butt-kicking soldier to die valiantly, thinks, "Michael Biehn." Recall "Terminator," "The Rock" or "The Abyss." All soldiers, all KIA. Even when Biehn played a cowboy in "Tombstone," it ended...