Post Tagged with: “Lethal Weapon”

SquabbleCast #20: “Underrated Sequels”

SquabbleCast #20: “Underrated Sequels”

As a precursor to our next video production, Ross Hadlington joins Dave for a chat all about those underrated sequels that need more love, including such franchises as Tremors, Scream, Die Hard and Rocky. 

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AGAINST THE GRAIN: Last Action Hero (1993)

AGAINST THE GRAIN: Last Action Hero (1993)

Arnold Schwarzenegger goes meta in John McTiernan’s underrated action blockbuster. Richard gives it another play. 

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The Forgotten Die Hard: Revisiting The Last Boy Scout

The Forgotten Die Hard: Revisiting The Last Boy Scout

Cal revisits a Tony Scott-directed, Shane Black-written outing for Bruce Willis. Does it hold up? 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: Lethal Weapon (1987)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Lethal Weapon (1987)

It’s going to be a bloodthirsty Christmas for Riggs and Murtaugh in Richard Donner’s action classic. 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: Se7en (1995)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Se7en (1995)

Is David Fincher’s first serial killer opus still an all-time classic?

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The Prince Charles: A Cinematic Institution

The Prince Charles: A Cinematic Institution

Proof that royalty was good for something. Is this the greatest cinema in the country? 

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REVIEW: Iron Man 3 (2013)

REVIEW: Iron Man 3 (2013)

Tony Stark returns to kick-off the summer movie season with a bang. Is it really the best of the trilogy? 

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25 Days of Christmas #24: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

25 Days of Christmas #24: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

Shane Black makes his directorial debut with this Christmas-set crime caper starring Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer. 

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25 Days of Christmas #20: Lethal Weapon (1987)

25 Days of Christmas #20: Lethal Weapon (1987)

It’s going to be a bloodthirsty Christmas for Riggs and Murtaugh in Richard Donner’s action classic. 

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25 Days of Christmas #9: Scrooged (1988)

25 Days of Christmas #9: Scrooged (1988)

Bill Murray takes on the Charles Dickens classic in a post-modern gem from the director of Lethal Weapon. 

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