Results tagged with 'morgan freeman'
Published June 1, 2013
The star-studded cast of "Now You See Me" almost manages to sell the film's absurdity, but director Louis Leterrier ("The Incredible Hulk," the "Clash of the Titans" remake) and his trio of writers are never willing to leave stupid enough alone. It's a dim bulb slight of hand that'll likely leave viewers feeling slighted.
Published March 24, 2013
Being dumb isn't the worst crime for an action movie. Being dull is, and unfortunately, "Olympus Has Fallen" glues itself so rigidly to the "Die Hard" formula that it barely manages to make an impression.
Published Jan. 21, 2012
Waukesha native Frank Caliendo has possibly impersonated hundreds of different people over his comedy career. With his ever-growing repertoire, he's seen his talents grow from stand-up stages to radio spots and several different TV programs. Tonight the Mad TV alum will be back in Wisconsin to perform at The Riverside, and if you see him out and about in the city, he might just break out an impression.
Published Jan. 4, 2010
Walter Cronkite died last July 17, but that didn't stop CBS from continuing to use his recorded voice to open his old newscast, until tonight.
Published Jan. 28, 2005
Well scripted, well photographed and brilliantly performed, "Million Dollar Baby" is certainly the best film to emerge from Hollywood in 2004. But if you're expecting mindless entertainment and dry eyes, you'll have to look elsewhere.
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Wednesday April 7th, 2010 - Kenosha, WI No limousine. No tuxedo. No trophy babe hanging from my arm. Nevertheless, it was a memorable experience to attend my first movie premiere in which I had a part. There was a nice crowd on hand at The Brat Stop, even though it wasn’t sold o...
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