Tag Archives: Wesley Snipes

Review: The Expendables 3 (2014)

The opening sequence of THE EXPENDABLES 3 sees Wesley Snipes kill a military despot-type baddie by running an armoured train into him. This sets the tone for the film, that basically if this franchise ever took itself remotely seriously, then … Continue reading

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Top 4: Guillermo del Toro

A mine of originality and a committed visualist, Guillermo del Toro is one of the most talented and distinctive filmmakers working today. His career has spanned over two decades so far, and he’d surely been even more prolific were it … Continue reading

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Top 10 Screen Sword Fights

Who doesn’t love a good sword fight? An essential element of classic swashbuckling adventures, this type of action set-piece lives on as a way to liven up any film by pushing two or more characters (usually a “goodie” and a “baddie”) into passionate, personal, and violent … Continue reading

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Series Retrospective: The Blade Trilogy

This year is the fifteenth anniversary of Marvel’s half-vampire hero Blade making his big-screen debut. To mark this occasion, I thought I’d look back at the trilogy of Blade films, and comment on how they’ve aged, what still works, what … Continue reading

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