actor: Aaron Eckhart

Incarnate

December 2, 2016
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Bleed for This

November 18, 2016
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Sully

September 9, 2016
"Sully" is a dramatic account of the landing of Flight 1549 into the Hudson River in New York City, piloted by the seasoned airline captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger. Tom Hanks is terrific as Sully, the man many people, including passengers on the flight, called a "hero." However, tension mounts [...]

London Has Fallen

March 4, 2016
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I, Frankenstein

January 24, 2014
This story is intelligently written and features a belief in God, angels, archangels, and demons. Aaron Eckhart plays an interesting Frankenstein or, as Queen Leonore (Miranda Otto), High Queen of the Gargoyle order, calls him, "Adam." Eckhart's creature is both sympathetic and powerfully violent [...]

Olympus Has Fallen

March 22, 2013
"Olympus Has Fallen" is a variation of "Die Hard" with Gerard Butler substituting for Bruce Willis. This time the villain is a renegade North Korean terrorist with a grudge against the USA for "murdering" his wife. He and a team of commandos attack the White House and capture its inhabitants. The [...]

The Rum Diary

October 28, 2011
Paul Kemp (Johnny Depp) is an American who winds up living far from his homeland. He's a writer, and he says he wants to find his "voice" in writing and to write with a purpose. He winds up working for a newspaper in San Juan in the sixties. However, Paul finds drinking and women, and not [...]

Battle: Los Angeles

March 11, 2011
This movie makes a fatal mistake which the second "Transformers" movie made. It is so filled with violence, shootings, explosions and erupting fires throughout, that it doesn't build to a crescendo or a higher level. Much of it just becomes boring after a while. On the other hand, a scene in which [...]

Love Happens

September 18, 2009
This movie makes some good points. It deals with a man named Burke (Aaron Eckhart) who attempts to move on following his wife's death in an accident but he finds doing so more difficult than he imagined. He meets a young woman, a florist, named Eloise (Jennifer Aniston) and not much happens at [...]

The Dark Knight

July 18, 2008
"The Dark Knight" is indeed very dark. This is most likely the darkest and most violent "Batman" movie yet. There are some graphic scenes including a man's burned face on screen; and the stitching up of a flesh wound, and many, many people killed throughout the film. There is comparatively little [...]