Nash Bridges Is Being Revived For USA Special

Nash Bridges

Whoa, finally a nostalgic revival that I can get behind is happening. Word came out yesterday that Nash Bridges is being revived by USA Network and Village Roadshow for a two-hour TV special. The hope here is that the revival will lead to series return of some kind. While Nash originally aired on CBS, it … Continue reading Nash Bridges Is Being Revived For USA Special

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Backfire (2017) Review

Backfire Netflix Review

I’ve seen plenty of movies which required its audience to turn off their brain. ‘Backfire’ (2017) is one of a select few that also requires them to turn off their souls. Note: their brains should still be turned off as well. I had moderate hopes for a mid-level shoot em' up based on a promising … Continue reading Backfire (2017) Review

Savages Review

Savages

Two beach bums, one with a military past, and both in an open three way relationship with a hot blonde named Ophelia, start a homegrown marijuana business that becomes very successful. Said business attracts the wrong kind of attention from a very powerful Mexican drug cartel. So, together with the aid of a dirty DEA … Continue reading Savages Review

Security Review

Security Movie

‘Security’ is a movie that aims low and stays on target. Antonio Banderas, far removed from his days as the guitar case gunslinger in Desperado, plays a two dimensional archetype—a former soldier, struggling to find work to see his family who are forced to live two states away. The soldier finds work as an overnight … Continue reading Security Review

Black Mass Review

Black Mass

What an unnerving film—and just in time for Halloween too. ‘Black Mass’ is an interesting exercise in genre bending/blending. There are really two films playing simultaneously. The first is the historical account of real life gangster James “Whitey” Bulger—a sociopathic killer who used his political connections to reign over South Boston (Southie) for several decades. … Continue reading Black Mass Review