Taking a marginal step up from his sports/cancer film with Ray Liotta and Mario Van Peebles, 50 Cent stars alongside Bruce Willis and Ryan Phillipe in Setup, a heist film that looks like the result of clandestine inbreeding in the bottom of a DVD bargain bin. Co-written and directed by a stunt guy from Live Free and Die Hard, this assuredly straight-to-video rapper vehicle must be Willis's way of repaying a dude for driving a car into a helicopter for him, because that's the only way it makes sense that Bruce Willis is in this film--even if he did seemingly get to shoot most of his scenes drunk in a limo.
It's like the whole time you're thinking, "Why is Bruce Willis in this?" Then he does his reading of "God has left Detroit" and you start to think, "Wait, does Bruce Willis maybe belong in this?" I didn't really question Ryan Phillipe's presence all that much.
As announced by the above poster and the below video of a disinterested Bruce Willis muttering a quiet "yippee ki-yay" to just the airport in general, John McClane is back, and he's going to Moscow! And this time, his kids are getting on the action: his son is shooting dudes, t... / Continue →
Yeah, so, it's another one of those: a trailer for a trailer, this time for Brick director Rian Johnson's sci-fi actioner, Looper. But in this case, there may actually be some utility to having a preview of a preview, as stupid as it sounds to even say that. Introduced by Johns... / Continue →
The only thing more dangerous than a well-trained CIA agent... is a RETIRED CIA agent! [Slide whistle!] Ut oh, Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, and John Malkovich, stop shooting guns despite your age! It's CRAZY! Also, why didn't anyone tell Jack Nicholson he was cle... / Continue →