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Though he’s showing his age, Jackie Chan manages to once again make moviegoers believe that he has the martial arts chops to take out the bad guys.Smartly, those who made this film realized that he can use some help from a more accomplished actor to move a story along, hence the inclusion of Pierce Brosnan as the heavy here.The story gets a bit more involved than a film like this needs to.After an IRA terrorist bombing kills the daughter of a retired Special Forces vet named Quan (Chan), the...
This film with civil rights giant Thurgood Marshall at its center works on several levels, best as a trial movie with the talented jurist at its center.What may surprise many is that it is less a biopic and more a look at just one trial in Marshall’s service as the top litigator for the NAACP, never getting to the part of his life when he becomes the country’s first black Supreme Court Justice.The other thing that takes some getting used with this film is that Marshall is portrayed more here...
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Selecting a term
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