When the Game Stands Tall
Gene Hackman did this in Hoosiers. In real life, San Diegans are lucky to hear local basketball legend Bill Walton talk about all his coaches (including the legendary John Wooden at UCLA) doing the same thing. So this isn't new ground with coaches.
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Review: More of the Same and Better
It's been 9 years since co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller brought us the original "Sin City." Like Marv dealing with frat boys, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" simply shrugs that off with rampaging violence, bursts of white blood, sexy gals ...
Horrible Bosses Go All Day And A Night To Produce Prison Comedy
We Got This Covered
We've seen many action films involving prison riots, from the 1969 Gene Hackman/Jim Brown pic Riot up through last year's Lockout, but it's hard to think of any that played the situation for comedy – though Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel did ...
Movie review: 'When the Game Stands Tall'
His underplaying of this role is a big flaw: In this genre of films, we don't have the “Remember the Titans” we know and love with Denzel Washington nearly mute, and we don't identify as closely with “Hoosiers” if Gene Hackman is mumbling. The coach ...