Tag Archives: Bruce Willis

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

THIS SUMMER THE ANGELS ARE BACK. Charlie’s three angels (Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu) matches wits with a fallen angel (Demi Moore) as they try to find two rings that contain valuable intelligence. This sequel goes for bigger is better, but the increased number of comedy routines is no help when the jokes aren’t funny. … Continue reading Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

The Story of Us

CAN A MARIAGE SURVIVE 15 YEARS OF MARRIAGE? Ben and Katie Jordan (Bruce Willis, Michelle Pfeiffer) have been married for 15 years, but find it is increasingly difficult to stay together. Saturday Night Live veteran Alan Zweibel co-wrote this film, which is why a drama about adult relationships is packed with funny lines. That’s not … Continue reading The Story of Us

The Fifth Element

THERE IS NO FUTURE WITHOUT IT. A couple of hundred years into the future, New York cab driver Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis) meets a mysterious girl (Milla Jovovich) whom he doesn’t realize is equivalent to the Second Coming. Director Luc Besson was a teenager when he conceived this story about a supreme Evil waiting to … Continue reading The Fifth Element

National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1

SEE IT BEFORE THEY MAKE THE SEQUEL. Cops Jack Colt and Wes Luger (Emilio Estevez, Samuel L. Jackson) team up to hunt down a general (William Shatner) who’s been smuggling cookies laced with cocaine. A comedy in the vein of Airplane! and The Naked Gun that draws a big, fat target on primarily the Lethal … Continue reading National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1

Ocean’s Twelve

TWELVE IS THE NEW ELEVEN. Director Steven Soderbergh and his buddies on another vacation; the excuse is a story where Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and his fellow criminals are confronted by their nemesis (Andy Garcia) and then find themselves in Amsterdam performing another heist. By the time Julia Roberts’s character is goaded into assuming the … Continue reading Ocean’s Twelve

Four Rooms

TWELVE OUTRAGEOUS GUESTS. FOUR SCANDALOUS REQUESTS. AND ONE LONE BELLHOP, IN HIS FIRST DAY ON THE JOB, WHO’S IN FOR THE WILDEST NEW YEAR’S EVE OF HIS LIFE.  Bellboy Ted (Tim Roth) works on New Year’s Eve and has to deal with a bunch of witches, an odd married couple, two young troublemakers and, lastly, … Continue reading Four Rooms