Brian Dennehy

Knight of Cups

A screenwriter living in Los Angeles tries to make sense of the strange events occurring around him. While he's successful in his career, his life feels empty.... Read more
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Every Day (BLU-RAY)

If you’re looking at this Blu-Ray cover and the list of stars in confusion, believe me, you’re not alone. I had never heard of this film before either. And after watching it, I have to say that it’s about as forgettable and nondescript as its title.... Read more
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Every Day

If you’re looking at this Blu-Ray cover and the list of stars in confusion, believe me, you’re not alone. I had never heard of this film before either. And after watching it, I have to say that it’s about as forgettable and nondescript as its title.... Read more
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The Next Three Days

 In the past 4 years, we've been introduced to such films as Gran Torino, Taken,Edge of Darkness and Harry Brown. All of these focus around a similar theme: Old men fighting for what they've lost. For Clint Eastwood, it was his precious gran torino.... Read more
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The Next Three Days

Russell Crowe plays a teacher whose wife (Elizabeth Banks) is arrested for a gruesome murder she says she didn’t commit. Several years of incarceration leaves her suicidal and he plots to break her out.... Read more
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Neeson Joins Haggis Thriller

Liam Neeson has joined “The Next Three Days,” the Paul Haggis-directed thriller for Lionsgate.... Read more
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Righteous Kill

DeNiro and Pacino pair up once again as Detectives working in the tightly wound NYPD trying to track down a killer whose every murder ties them to the crimes. Are they being set up and if so by who?... Read more
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Welcome to Paradise

Welcome to Paradise is about a widow and outgoing Reverend Debbie Laramie (Crystal Bernard), who moves to a small town, Paradise, Texas.... Read more
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Welcome to Paradise

Welcome to Paradise is about a widow and outgoing Reverend Debbie Laramie (Crystal Bernard), who moves to a small town, Paradise, Texas.... Read more
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Ratatouille

It would seem the farther Pixar goes with their films the better the animation becomes.... Read more
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