Browsing All posts tagged under »Tommy Lee Jones«

Just Getting Started

December 8, 2017


Just Getting Started – Duke (Morgan Freeman) is resident manager and king of the roost at a luxury resort. He thinks he’s safe in witness protection while enjoying one night stands, nooners and golfing at the Villa Capri. Then Leo (Tommy Lee Jones) swaggers in, begins beating Duke at every game, and saves the day […]

Jason Bourne

July 30, 2016


Jason Bourne – Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) hacks into CIA’s Black Ops files and finds information on how David Webb (Matt Damon) became Jason Bourne. She gets it to Bourne, but at a cost. He starts remembering and wants more answers. CIA Director Robert Dewey (Tommy Lee Jones) has hooked up with a Steve Jobs-like […]

The Family

September 15, 2013


The Family – Giovanni Manzoni, now Fred Blake, (Robert DeNiro) under witness protection since he ratted out his “family”, can’t seem to give up his old ways.  Piss him off and he kills you.  Wife Maggie (Michelle Pfeiffer) , daughter Belle (Diana Agron – a 27 year old playing a 17 year old- not believable), […]


March 23, 2013


Emperor – It’s 1945 in US-occupied Japan.  General Douglas MacArthur (Tommy Lee Jones) and friends want to convict and hang Emperor Hirochito for war crimes.  Brigadier General Bonner Fellers (Matthew Fox)  is sent to investigate. He also wants to find the girl he loved when he was previously in Japan.  The Japanese worship their emperor […]


November 23, 2012


Lincoln –  Daniel Day-Lewis is remarkable as Lincoln.  It’s 1865 and Lincoln believes in order to move forward, he must get the 13th Amendment, to abolish slavery, passed.   He’s a thinking man, he contemplates his words and actions, he’s philosophical, and a complex man.  You know, just like today’s politicians.  Sally Field, who gained 25 […]

Hope Springs

August 9, 2012


Hope Springs – When husband Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) rejects Kay’s (Meryl Streep) timid advances, she decides it’s time for couples counseling.  After 31 years of marriage, they’re in separate bedrooms and Arnold seems content, not really happy, but content with that.  Kay, however, wants to bring back intimacy and some life into their life.  […]