actor: Terence Stamp

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

September 30, 2016
"Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" is an imaginative adventure into a world unlike any you've ever seen before. It features the "peculiar" children, who are gifted in unusual ways, which includes a girl who can fly and needs lead shoes to stay earthbound. In addition, there is an [...]

Wanted

June 27, 2008
This is one of the most violent films I have seen in some time. Numerous people are shot in the head, knifed, beat to a bloody pulp, and all this happens consistently throughout the 110-minute running length of the picture. It also contains some of the strongest language I have heard in a film. The [...]

Get Smart

June 20, 2008
"Get Smart" has its moments. Steve Carrell is very good as Maxwell Smart, without impersonating Don Adams (except in a few "missed it by that much" scenes). In one scene he is telling an enemy that the place is surrounded by the good guys and when the bad guy doesn't believe it, he quips, "Would [...]

Red Planet

November 10, 2000
Have you noticed that in several of his films, actor Val Kilmer looks like he’d rather be someplace else? He’s a good actor, but he often appears bored to death. And, in Red Planet, I can understand why. The script is not just routine, it’s downright dull. No lesson is learned. There’s [...]