Tepid teen romance turned implausible thriller is just about saved by a powerful, and unusually disturbing, performance from Bill Paxton (one of his last).
Bill Paxton is dead at only 61 — way way way way way way too young — and I just discovered this…
Noirish 1950s cynicism meets nasty 1970s Corman-esque exploitation in a thriller that is uncomfortable, unpleasant, unforgiving, and pretty darn brilliant.
Wasn’t there a TV soap called Edge of Tomorrow years back? (It was two soap operas, in fact: Search for Tomorrow and The Edge of Night.)
Starburst says Bill Paxton is joining the show…
A small-scale science-fiction horror story full of big, troubling ideas about what a new Dark Ages might look like.
Oddly took some advice not intended for movies: “Be specific but not memorable. Be funny but don’t make ’em laugh.”
Can Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington work together without driving each other crazy, or shooting each other in the head? *cue Odd Couple theme*
There’s a lot of fight in Haywire, but very little punch — it starts to feel very grim and plodding…