writer: David Ayer

Suicide Squad

August 5, 2016
"Suicide Squad" is the comic-book version of "The Dirty Dozen." A group of criminals with superior, or even supernatural, abilities are released from prison to execute a dangerous mission, which is to put an end to supernatural villains whose aim is to take over the world. In exchange, the group is [...]

End of Watch

September 21, 2012
"End of Watch" portrays two police officers in South Central Los Angeles and the conflicted dynamics between trying to enforce the law in a lawless neighborhood and leading a "normal" family life. Much of the footage in this film was from the point of view of patrol car dashboard cameras and home [...]

Harsh Times

November 10, 2006
This film was basically about one continuous party between friends Jim and Mike. They get drunk, smoke reefer a few times, beat up some guys, and use the F word so many times I lost count. The only good thing I can think of concerning this film, and I am not sure it should be considered good, is [...]

Fast and the Furious

June 22, 2001
Well, it’s not the worse movie I ever saw. In fact it’s difficult not to get caught up in the splendidly photographed racing sequences as our daredevils speed through major thoroughfares - some crowded, some not - exhibiting a propensity for fast cars and even faster women. However, I was [...]

U-571

April 21, 2000
There have been many great wartime sub movies throughout the years, perhaps the best being “The Hunt For Red October,” but “U-571” adds nothing new to the genre. It doesn’t just freely borrow from other submarine movies, it downright steals from them. The plot development, the [...]

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