Browsing All posts tagged under »Bruce Willis«

Red 2

July 19, 2013


Red 2 – Retired CIA Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) teams up again with Marvin (John Malkovich) when they find out there’s a contract on Frank.  Mary Louise Parker is fun as Sarah, Frank’s girlfriend, who wants to be in on the action while she hates ex-girlfriend Katya (Catherine Zeta Jones).  Anthony Hopkins is his superb […]

A Good Day To Die Hard

February 24, 2013


A Good Day To Die Hard – I think the real critics panned this, but if you’re a fan of Bruce Willis, and who isn’t?,  it’s highly entertaining.  There’s smashing and crashing and some of the most improbable jumps and leaps ever.  Claiming he’s on vacation, John McClane (Willis) travels to Russia to find his […]


September 30, 2012


Looper  – If you want time to slow down, go see this movie.  It takes two hours and turns them into five.  I thought this was going to be a cool sci-fi about time travel.  It is about time travel, just confusing and plain ridiculous through the first half.  Excruciating violence, blood, and killings galore […]

The Cold Light of Day

September 29, 2012


The Cold Light of Day – I had no idea what this movie was about, just went to see it because it starred Bruce Willis.  He’s killed off in the first 10 minutes or so and I kept waiting for it to be a mistake.  Will Shaw (Henry Cavill-he’s English yet looks very Spanish here […]


October 17, 2010


When you cast Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Ernest Borgnine, Richard Dreyfus and Mary-Louise Parker in one movie, it’s got to be pretty good. Willis, Freeman and Mirren are retired CIA , Black Ops division. RED label means “retired, extremely dangerous.” When they find there’s a list of people being systematically killed, […]

The Expendables

August 15, 2010


Old action heroes don’t die, they just get botched up facelifts and a bigger blade. Low-budget-look special effects…contrived, amateurish acting and something about mercenaries, local pirates and hostages, blah, blah, blah. It’s basically one big machine gun blast. A few laughs, the biggest comes when Mr. Church (Bruce Willis) asks Ross (Sylvester Stallone) what’s eating […]